The menswear peacocks are endlessly chronicled by street style photographers. Endlessly Instagrammed and tweeted and reblogged. And their days are numbered. Because at this moment there is something to be said for doing more with less. The dandy is not dead—the dandy will likely never die, nor should he—but in 2016 he has given way to the sort of man who appreciates the intersection of ostentation and understatement. The sort of man who embraces the idea that one should not look like a character, and much less a caricature. The sort of man whose style doesn’t just seem effortless, but actually is. Now is the time for #TheNewStyle, which is just our social media-friendly way of saying that menswear is due for a shot in the arm. Read more at Esquire.