The Elements of Style

By The Editors
December 10, 2012 9:00 am
The Elements of Style

As any sartorialist will tell you, dressing well is an art and a science.

Presenting the latter half of that chemical equation: Osmium, a just-launched line of dress shirts, pants, and casual duds named for the most uncommon element in the periodic table, available now.

These are sharp, sturdy, well-tailored duds fit for the casual office or a gussied-up weekend.

We’re talking Japanese shirting fabrics, Merino wool, trim fits, subtle detailing, etc. To wit:

Jeweler: A puckered, two-tone dress shirt. Think: a Japanese take on the seersucker.

Mariner: A smooth, no-zipper dress pant with hidden pockets.

Thai Pants: A one-size-fits-all piece of loungewear inspired by Thai fishermen.

Osmium’s first collection also features an array of clever belts, corduroys, toques, and vests. And until Dec. 14, use the InsideHook-approved code “inside20” for 20% off any item.

That’s the science of value.

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