Andrea Incontri

Tod’s Andrea Incontri on Why Less is More

With his penchant for not complicating things, Andrea Incontri is bringing Tod’s into the modern era. “We just want to have a life that is not only better but easier,” says Andrea Incontri, creative director of menswear at Tod’s, when asked why so many high-end brands are now making sneakers. It’s part of the casualization of menswear,…

Watches On Screen: Seiko Giugiaro 7A28-7000

In 1983, Seiko debuted the 7A28 as the world’s first analog quartz chronograph watch. But it became best known as the watch that was worn by Sigourney Weaver’s Ellen Ripley in the film Aliens. Featuring a chunky panel sticking out on one side with two big chronograph buttons, it has that quasi-military futuristic look that director…

Watches On Screen: The Alsta Nautoscaph II

More commonly referred to as the Jaws watch. Over the years this one has built up a bit of a following and been the cause of a lot of “what’s that watch?” conversations, after being worn by Richard Dreyfuss’ character Matt Hooper in the classic 1975 film. Unavailable for decades, the Alsta watch company was resurrected in…

Puma Breakdance Cities Collection Launches in the GCC

The Suede 50 campaign has another new release as Puma honors its hip-hop heritage with the Suede 50 Breakdance Cities Pack. The Suede 50 Breakdance Cities pack pays respect to the four most influential breakdancing cities worldwide: New York, Berlin, Paris, and Seoul. Puma says it is “giving props” to these cities that has kept…

Every Man Should Own: Ralph Lauren Polo Shirt

In the early 1970s Ralph Lauren introduced what it called the short-sleeved collared sport shirt. It went on to become one of the icons of clothing. Not that Ralph Lauren invented the polo shirt, but the preppy look that the brand helped create was epitomized by it. Sure, it has something of a mixed reputation,…