Project Upgrade

Before you head out the door this weekend, take a note to two from the men behind our Project Upgrade: Michael Kors and Tom Ford

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    Some men think they’re supposed to dress sexy on date night. And some of those men think dressing sexy is synonmous with wearing tight clothing. Michael Kors is here to tell you why they’re wrong (and what you should really wear to look confident and cool on a first date)

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    Just because you’re wearing sweats and hoodies on the weekend doesn’t mean you have to lose all sense of style. Michael Kors explains the importance of elevating the few key pieces you love, and why you should focus on the quality instead of quantity when it comes to weekend style

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    It’s time we put the “business” back in business casual. It’s a slippery slope from work-appropriate to weekend dad and a few minor mistakes can put you at the wrong end of the spectrum. Michael Kors shows you how to pull off the polished, authoritative look without going full-blown corporate.

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    It doesn’t matter if you’re the CEO or just starting out, when you’re suiting up at work you want to look good enough that your colleagues take notice, without standing out as the office clown. Michael Kors shows you how to pull off the balancing act in trimmer, modern suits in navy, black, and grey

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    The world’s best-dressed man takes his sartorial eye to art director Ale De Carvalho, giving tips on how to stand out in a sea of black tuxes

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    The world’s best-dressed man takes his sartorial eye to manager David Voyle, showing the transformative power of a well-groomed brow

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    The world’s best-dressed man takes his sartorial eye to Fello Matallana, explaining how to strengthen a look with different textures and tones

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    The world’s best-dressed man takes his sartorial eye to film director Jeffrey Smith by showing him how to mix neutrals into his winter palette

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    The world’s best-dressed man takes his sartorial eye to restaurateur Joel Gazder, telling how to choose the right tie and the importance of dressing for the job you want

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    The world’s best-dressed man takes his sartorial eye to builder Konran Rusiecki, demonstrating the power of texture and a tailored fit.