We are like long lost lovers that reunite every six months.
We're all wound up, anxiously padding around. We extract a note pad for the wish list and start dreaming for the must- haves.
We're talking about the Men's Style issue of The New York Times, T Magazine.
Jay-Z covers the Fall 2012 issue:
Jay-Z and Zadie Smith discuss his music, his life, politics and, oh yeah, the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, in the cover story of the fall men's fashion issue of T. Inside, the actor Nico Tortorella models the latest knits, the musicians in Sweet Swing Trioshow off looks from Paris, and the rock climberChris Sharma proves he's actually pretty grounded. For the newest fashion trends, check out our roundup of svelte new overcoats or see what Suzy Menkes has to say about man bags. Don't forget to check out David Amsden's report on fitness gear that broadcasts your results to the world; Lynn Yaeger's look at Artcurial in Paris, where the auction lots include hunks of meat; and Janine di Giovanni's profile of Gene Sharp, who has helped spread peace around the globe for 40 years. When you're done, visit a classic Philip Johnson housefilled with art; meet Brit Marling, an actress, screenwriter and Georgetown grad; and hit theCannes red carpet with the likes of Zac Efron, Chris O'Dowd and David Cronenberg, who show off the season's premier essential: a non-red-carpet coat.
Oh NYT, keep the fashion foreplay talk going... it has us all excited.
The sharp, hard-edged cut of the new Tom Ford suit. Yes. Keep talking.....
The fresh flush of Polo Ralph Lauren ads. Oh.... we're edging!!
Those beautiful models in the editorials. Yeah, you are IN, keep a rhythm, baby. Keep givin it to us... we like it Jean-Paul Gaultier rough.
The squareness and elongated look of the new Prada loafer. Oy, we came!!!
T, you sure know how to give good fashion. **as we light a ciggie**