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“We’re guessing Paul Smith, Eric.”
Rosemary: “Sitting in meetings, I couldn’t help but notice that Eric, Kane, Shane and Barney all have remarkable taste in socks and shoes.
Eric’s ever-striking sense of style never misses a detail, head-to-toe! So when it comes to socks, he remains loyal to Sir Paul Smith for design, durability and comfort. Now Shane and Kane typically go for loud and outrageous stockings. Definitely a mixed-bag with those two. And Barney? Well, he wears socks that don’t match! It’s all very amusing. See for yourself.
Kane: "Royal Sox”
Shane: “Checkered up in Blue”
The American workplace continues to loosen its belt on formal business attire.
With laxe dress codes trending, Casual Fridays are becoming a bygone office pastime. But don’t tell Shane DeBlasio that Friday-wear traditions are immaterial. He says if you can’t dress down any more (save your sick-day ensemble of sweats, footies, and that old college hoodie), the only way to dress is … up! He’s been doing it for years at Hooligan. From the “basse-couture” of his multi-colored tuxedo T-shirt collection, to fancy Brooks Brothers ties and full-on vintage tux-wear, Shane will ever sport something special on Fridays.
And you might even have a double-take: he and his good friend Beth from TANQ (co-tenants at our Flatiron building) share the weekly fashion code.
“We’ll both wear ties and bow-ties and oftentimes we coordinate colors and patterns such as paisley to match.”
Shane says his typical Friday dress-up schedule is Hawaiian shirts between Memorial and Labor Day, and once that’s over, it’s on to ties and tuxes.
Kane, Sue & Lauren
Hooligan Launch Party at Santos Party House
If you get the chance, swing by the HOOLIGAN SPEAKEASY LOUNGE and inquire about a fella by the name of Eric Carlson — he makes a killer hand-crafted mojito!