New York, New York, November 4th, 2019 – The Quintessential Gentleman releases the Fall installment of their quarterly digital and print publication to recognize the new, now and next of style. The Fall-Style Issue is dedicated to the 2020 class of men that are setting precedence, carving out their own lanes, and lending their voices to tackle the lack of inclusion for people of color in the fashion and grooming industry.
“It is no secret that black and brown men have an influence on everything considered cool in American culture, and fashion and style are no exception. In fact, men of color, despite being few in number with regard to roles such as designer or editor in the fashion industry, are arguably some of the main players in today’s fashion revolution,” said Fashion Editor, Aaron Campbell.
In these pages, we are proud to acknowledge the iconoclasts of rule-breakers, forward thinkers and fashion moguls such as designer Kerby Jean-Raymond of Pyer Moss. A brand that is aimed to challenge social narratives and evoke conscience dialogue. And featured cover artist Rome Flynn, of ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder, who is a visual depiction of Black excellence, an inspiration, and emerging style star.
Read more about them and meet the 2020 Class of Style in the new Fall Issue of The Quintessential Gentleman.
The Quintessential Gentleman is the definition of Black excellence. We guide modern day men into modern day gentlemen by encouraging, energizing and elevating men of color. The content you’ll see inside will inspire conscious growth, motivated professional development, and highlight the achievements of men who are making strides to move the culture forward. We are a media platform that celebrates the wholeness of men of color.