i can vouch for the menscience stuff. jack black was the only thing that worked for me before but all my shirts would stain. switched to menscience in january and yeah, i need to apply two or three times a day and i sweat a little more profusely but no stains and it literally smells like nothing.
havent seen em in person either but i do admire their minimalism. everyone over 40 that i know wears those religiously though and i saw a photo of bruce willis rocking em. maybe they know something i dont. i did try on the hypertrainers and they weren't comfortable but the lunarsoles that i think the flyknits are based off of were light as a feather and super comfy though.
yeah i've been revamping my warddrobe to sleeker minimal fit type stuff. subtle high fashion i guess you could say...lanvin, balenciaga, etc. black or grey denim, light or dark contrast button ups and shirts. saving up for a RO leather jacket as well.
been on the hunt for my first pair of boots/shoes. something that will work with most everything i wear daily that can be dressed up or down. decided that rather than spend a fortune I should give these a try.. am now looking at these 2 MOMA's. i'd really like a zip up but not sure these are really the ones for me.
there are a lot of people in hollywood that get into the scene this way. jeremy renner comes to mind. anyway, the real way to become a producer is to do exactly that, produce. whether you'll be sought after, known or make any money is something that can only happen over time.