Letter from the Editor:

March, for many of us, means travel. Maybe you have a spring break, maybe your kids have a spring break, or maybe you’ve got spring break on the brain. Regardless, March is when we start to get a little antsy after the dark of winter. It’s a tricky season, too; depending on where you are, March can be sunny and warm, nippy and wet, or buried under feet of snow - sometimes all in the same week.

With that in mind, the March issue of the Styleforum Brief is a travel issue, and we have a selection of destinations and wardrobe options for you: David Isle draws on his considerable time in Naples to give you suggestions on where to eat, where to sleep, and where to shop; Andrew Yamato breaks down the perfect classic travel wardrobe as seen in It Happened One Night; and Fok tells you where to buy chocolate in San Francisco.

Wherever you’re off to this March, take a page out of Clark Gable’s playbook and do so in comfort and style - and don’t forget your selfie-stick.

- Jasper Lipton, Editor-in-Chief

The Headliner:

Going Places: A Brief Trip to Naples
By David Isle

Ah, Napoli! What to wear, what to eat? You’ll have to see it for yourself - but David has suggestions on how to get started.

Featured This Month:

A Suit Well-Traveled
by Andrew Yamato

Traveling used to be about more than sweatpants, and 1934’s “It Happened One Night” showcases the best in classic clothing made for the wanderer at heart.


Charles Tyrwhitt Presents: How to Choose the Best White Shirt for Your Collection
by CT shirts

Here’s our handy guide to the most popular shirt weaves from Charles Tyrwhitt.

Fok’s Pick: Quilted Vests
by Fok-Yan Leung

Fitful March weather requires an adaptable wardrobe, and quilted vests fit the bill. If you’re on the move, there’s no easier item to stuff in your bag.

One Sneaker to Rule Them All: The Rise of the Stan Smith
by Jasper Lipton

What was once a simple tennis shoe is now the king of the street. We’re drowning in Stans, and there’s no end in sight.

People Who Make Our Lives Better: Jack Epstein of Chocolate Covered
by Fok-Yan Leung

Sometimes it’s nice to have something to sink your teeth into. Fok visits San Francisco regularly, and always makes it a point to pick up a few bars of chocolate.