Menswear is not my market, but I had to write about R.C.P. (Read's Clothing Project). The brand is founded on a great concept — create stylish yet simple basics that only get better with age — and with every item purchased, founder and designer Read Wall donates a book to a child in need of education in Africa.

The collection has become uber-popular among New York fashionistos, and it's fun to see how different people interpret the pieces.

Below, Executive Assistant to Joanna Coles and the Daily Front Row columnist Sergio Kletnoy takes a tough approach to his R.C.P. button-down.

Marie Claire Bookings Editor, Jeremy Spears, by contrast, goes for the modern prepster look with his bowtie and shirt. In my opinion, mens' fashion never looked so good!

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