Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs are the stylish duo behind the men's style site Street Etiquette. Having started as a humble document of their personal style and its evolution, Street Etiquette has gone on to become a major force in the men's style blogosphere, even going so far as to...

Joshua Kissi: If you're like me and can't seem to fit your daily belongings into standard five-pocket pants, consider switching to cargo pants. Now an illustrious piece in both men's and womenswear, cargo pants proved their durability and functionality in the battlefields before they were...

Joshua Kissi : What started as a casual joke has now come to fruition. You may remember Jesse Boykins III, an independent artist and good friend of mine, from our last musically-influenced editorial Sartorial Sounds. A song featured on his latest EP inspired me a great deal: potent lyrics...

Joshua Kissi: Only occurring two times over the span of twelve months, New York Fashion Week illuminated a different type of energy this go around. Straying away from its usual Bryant Park location, the fall iteration of NYFW operated out of Lincoln Center. The event, which brings in the most...

Joshua Kissi: Next to bowties, suspenders are on the list of items a lot of people stray away from. The primary reason is because these are difficult items to incorporate into an outfit and maintain a natural look. That isn't the case for everyone, though: My dad, for instance, swears by the...

Joshua Kissi : The fall and winter have been strangely kind to us in New York City with mild temperatures thanks to a global warming and other things unbeknownst to us. With good weather comes opportunities to layer comfortably and with versatility. After what I thought was a budding,...

Alessandro Sartori and Joshua Jackson more photos› Berluti has been scooting. Under the direction of LVMH scion Antoine Arnault, the 119-year-old marque has moved beyond handmade shoes and leather accoutrements and toward a domain of sumptuous, precision-tailored men's vestments that it no...

The New York Times has finally caught on to the flyness that is Street Etiquette, dubbing founders Travis Gumbs and Joshua Kissi online mavericks of black style: Author Jon Caramica writes, "The posts on Street Etiquette straddle the modern and the historical. Mr. Gumbs and Mr. Kissi, both...

We selected our favorite and most recent projects from the artist to provide you guys with a feel for their craft, if you haven't already checked them out after Sartorial Sounds. Joekenneth Museau & Rinaldy Alvarez Again thank all of you and see you at the show on June 18th , 8 pm at...

Joshua Kissi: Fashion Week at Lincoln Center brought sartorial mayhem to New York City. And while Travis and I were sad to miss the festivities, we were content to hop on a Las Vegas-bound plane during one of the worst winters we can recall. I didn't expect to pack my suitcase again so soon...

 

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