Nathaniel Adams

Nathaniel “Natty” Adams is a writer and custom suit maker currently living in Baltimore. He is the co-author of two books on mens style: I Am Dandy and We Are Dandy. He has just finished writing his first novel and is currently working on a biography of Charles Heidsieck.

All Articles From Nathaniel Adams

Now Is the Time to Finally Break in Some Cowboy Boots

Whether you want to look like an urban cowboy or a western dandy, we've got you covered

At Post-Imperial, The Future of American Style Comes From Nigeria

Helmed by Niyi Okyboyejo, the brand draws from its designer's West African heritage

It's Time to Add Some Big Pattern Energy to Your Summer Wardrobe

Embrace shirts with B.P.E. and you won't regret it

What the World's Most Stylish Men Pack in Their Bug-Out Bags

Matt Hranek of WM Brown magazine asked some of his friends to post what they'd have in their bag if they had to go on the run

How to Avoid Being a Total Douche at Mardi Gras

Don't get arrested, know where to find a good bathroom and other bits of wisdom from locals

The Coolest Couple on Instagram Have a Plan to Save Print Media

Matt Hranek, Yolanda Edwards and the rebirth of the independent magazine

What’s in Paul Feig's Office? Scotch, Buddha and a NATO Award.

The "Bridesmaids" director gives us a private tour of his sunny LA workspace

Hark! The Season of Negroni Tweed Has Arrived.

Matt Hranek and Jake Mueser consumed a lot of gin, Campari and sweet vermouth to come up with fall's best new pattern

Artist Duncan Hannah on Life, Love and Keith Haring

"I want to do something about what’s good in the world. Not what we already know to be bad," says the painter and author

Welcome to the Era of the Customizable Fountain Pen

Montegrappa adds a modern twist to a classic in the digital age

Lil Nas X, Outlaw Country and a New Golden Age of Western Wear

From Post Malone to Nikki Lane, the reason bolo ties, cowboy hats and rhinestone-covered jackets have gone mainstream

The Style Tips 11 Well-Dressed People Picked Up From Their Dads

Actors, directors, designers, writers and more on the sartorial lessons they inherited