Coggins is a popular journalist who lives in New York and writes about tailoring, drinking, travel, art and fly fishing for a number of publications around the globe.
Men and Style pushes its readers beyond just style advice, but also provokes an interesting conversation about the masculine identity within the world of fashion. As well as exploring the history of men’s style paired with advice from some of the world’s most notable tastemakers in the industry. Coggins’ essays and interviews discuss lessons men learned from their fathers, mistakes some made as young men and how they emerged to become better men. This book celebrates singular men who have lived well and have lived to tell the tale from bad moustaches to misguided cologne.