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When it comes to Balding, Work with What You’ve Got

Monday, January 16, 2017
When it comes to Balding, Work with What You’ve Got

Okay, fellas, it’s time we talk about the slowly emerging elephant in the room: Male baldness, in all of its patterns of manifestation. Read More

Iconic Men from Now and Then: The Artists

Monday, January 02, 2017
Iconic Men from Now and Then: The Artists


Visual artists create that which we use to analyze, interpret, and express our perception of the world we live in. So, it’s no wonder that, when we are enchanted by an artists’ work, we become curious about the individual behind the art. Read More

What Makes a Man in 2016

Monday, September 19, 2016
What Makes a Man in 2016

The public perception of masculinity has changed quite a bit throughout the decades. For some, a man is simply someone who provides for themselves and their family a life of comfort and relative safety. In fact, if we’re talking about manhood in a strictly colloquial sense, the word today may not even be completely centered around gender. While it’s unfair to associate adulthood with only one half of the entire species, it’s impossible to deny that when we tell each other to “man up,” we’re really referring to a person’s maturity, rather than their efficacy as a particularly gendered member of society.  Read More

Iconic Men from Now and Then: Silver Screen Styles

Monday, September 05, 2016
Iconic Men from Now and Then: Silver Screen Styles

As part of our ongoing effort to recognize and acknowledge the signature styles of men throughout time, we’d like to turn our attention to some of the men whose lives have been documented on-camera. Read More

Barber Shop Innovations: From Flint Stone to Fully Licensed

Friday, July 22, 2016
Barber Shop Innovations: From Flint Stone to Fully Licensed

Barbering is an ancient and time-honored tradition that has sometimes overlapped with the medical profession and at other times has created an economic boom for certain members of society. But, barbering equipment has come a long was as well as the trade itself, with barber's tools tracing back to 5,000 BC and Egyptian nobility.
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Pulling Panache from the Past

Monday, June 27, 2016
Pulling Panache from the Past

What is it about the past that we find so inviting? The allure of history leads us to become immeasurably invested in words like “vintage” and “retro,” but what practical meaning do these concepts have, really? It makes sense that we reserve a certain amount of reverie for our own personal nostalgia – such as tales from our childhood or individuals we looked up to in our youth – but why do we tend to think so fondly about time periods which we never lived in and are sometimes several generations removed from? Read More

Athletic Looks Through the Years in the Bay Area and Beyond

Monday, June 20, 2016
Athletic Looks Through the Years in the Bay Area and Beyond

As the Golden State Warriors’ recently rallied to an NBA playoff appearance, it got us thinking about athletes and the looks they rock off and on the field. Sports styles in America have changed dramatically over the years, with Bay Area athletes often being in the forefront of the public arena as pivotal players in the game of their choice.
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Summer Style and Shaving Tips

Monday, May 30, 2016
Summer Style and Shaving Tips

Summertime. And the living is… easy. Read More

8 Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About the History of Barbering

Tuesday, February 16, 2016
8 Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About the History of Barbering

Believe it or not, barbers have been an integral part of society since 5000 B.C.! Although they haven’t always been the savvy smooth operators who knew how to makeover a hairy man into a dapper man like we do at Crewners, they once played an important role in health and surgery. Don’t believe us? Then you have to read on!  Read More

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