Manliness - a reviving art

Katie Hinderer | 15 November 2011
These days, chivalry is not a commonly found virtue among men. And it’s a shame. To me, and to every one of my girlfriends who I’ve discussed this with, a guy is so much more attractive when there is a true sense of manliness and chivalry about him.

Where are the mature young men at?

Katie Hinderer | 14 March 2011
For awhile I’ve been wondering what happened to the mature young adult males, the hard-working yuppies who have left behind the glory days of college to take on a more grown-up position in life. They seem to be few and far between. If you listen in on the average girl talk, most of the female yuppies out there bemoan the fact that men don’t seem to be man enough anymore.

A return to the feminine arts

Katie Hinderer | 03 December 2010
I’m noticing a slow change in the way the millennial woman thinks of herself. There is a slow return to valuing the feminine arts and understanding that it’s not only ok but it’s also good to care about these things.

Size and the Fashion Industry

| 18 August 2010
The issue of size in the fashion industry.

American men lack flair

Katie Hinderer | 05 August 2010
As I spaced out and started looking around at the people surrounding me I was struck by how easy it was to pick out the American men from the international men.

Guys: speak up, go shopping

Katie Hinderer | 10 May 2010
Dads, brothers, close friends or relatives need to take advantage of the situation and speak up when they see a girl close to them dressing or behaving in a way that is not in keeping with their true worth.

When it comes to fashion… girls don’t get it

Katie Hinderer | 30 April 2010
When it comes to how a guy sees a women’s outfit we, of the female sex, are utterly clueless.

Menswear moves back to the basics

Katie Hinderer | 20 January 2010
The fashion industry has notoriously followed economic trends and, with the global economic recession hitting nearly every major market this time around, the industry has been heavily hit. Fashion houses have closed and downsized worldwide. This has pushed designers to be inventive.
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