Ever wonder how Hollywood's men prepare for the red carpet? Well, this year their OSCAR-winning grooming routines were assisted by the good folks at The Art of Shaving.
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Academy Award Best Actor winner Colin Firth
For Hollywood’s biggest night, having the perfect, smooth shave and healthy skin is a “must have” for all the Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Director nominees– and even the non-nominated Urban Gents can attain “red carpet worthy” grooming routine with The Art of Shaving:
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– THE 4 Elements of the PERFECT SHAVE
And we're not just giving away one, we're giving away two– we want to cover both coast.
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– Who was your favorite art of shaving groomed OSCAR nominee? Javier Bardem, Jesse Eisenberg, Colin Firth, James Franco, Jeremy Renner, or Mark Ruffalo. (basically, "who was the most well groomed of the bunch?")
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A few photos from the 83rd Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California
Colin Firth and his wife Livia Giuggioli
Hugh Jackman in Ferragamo, and his wife Deborra-Lee Furnes
Mark Wahlberg and wife Rhea Durham
The Fighter stars, Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg
Christian Bale and Sibi Bale in their usual all black
Matthew McConaughey and wife Camila Alves
Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz
Mark Ruffalo and wife Sunrise Coigney, Javier Bardem, and director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
I guess you could kind of say "Mom's on the red carpet" has been a trend all award season long (SAG Awards, Grammys, etc) and there were no shortage of mothers last night… Moms on the Red Carpet: Justin Timberlake with his mother Lynn Harless, director Tom Hooper with his mother Meredith, and Russell Brand with his mother Barbara aka "Babs"
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Leavitt & Peirce, the oldest store in Cambridge, looks like just that… the oldest store in Cambridge, lol. From the displays to the knick knacks to the games, tobacco, and shaving products this is truly a man's shop.
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Between visiting shops in Harvard Square we crossed the bridge and headed back to campus (Harvard Business School) and snapped shots of friends in between classes, here's a few… (Elliott and Larry)
See is one of those shops that just catches your eye when passing it, so much so that you just have to walk in… that's exactly what happened with us. Not only was the store great– classic, stylish, and slightly minimalistic (to put more focus on the frames), but the store probably has the best curated collection of eyewear photos that I have ever seen (see a few below). Oh, and did I mention that the customer service was awfully fantastic? Well, it was and and we didn't even buy anything.
Katie, the store's manager (her customer service was SUPERB ) briefly schooled us on the eyewear industry and how "designer" frames at a Lenscrafters or Pearl Vision or any other eyeglass retailer aren't created by the designer, but are actually designed by the retailer. Then a label is just slapped on them along with an huge increase in price. But See Eyewear, not only design and make their own frames, they get materials and inspiration from all around the world– not to mention the prices aren't that bad either. So if you're on the market for new glasses definitely check them out.
This is probably my favorite photo from the store.
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Stepping into The Andover Shop is truly like stepping into Urban Gentleman heaven.The patterns, the prints, the textures, the custom made styles they offer truly demonstrate what we're all about. Imagine a traditional, masculine shop, cozily cramped full of tweeds, light weight cashmeres, lambswool, corduroy in almost ever weight and color, mounds of paperboy caps, a seemingly never ending supply of knit ties, silk rep ties, bow-ties, and pocket squares… *sigh* I really could go on, lol. While most of their fabrics are flown in from the UK (Scotland and Ireland), the bespoke suits and garments are made right upstairs– you can literally hear the sewing machines pleasantly thumping away as you shop. Going in the store really is one for the books… yes, many men's stores offer a traditional, masculine ambiance with matching decor, but it usually feels very contrived. I didn't feel like The Andover Shop was trying to sell a "lifestyle", they moreso seemed to be interested in providing their customers with essential clothing for day to day life.
I loved the variety of 'traditional' prints they offer. Usually stores stick with a few traditional prints with mixes of contemporary, or even if a store is strictly traditional there's a limit to the different types pf prints you can find. The Andover Shop has a nice variety of stripes, ginghams, plaids, etc.
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