Jacket by Barbour; sweater and jeans by J. Crew; tie and gloves by Ralph Lauren; shirt by Ledbury; hat by Brooks Bros. Triumph motorcycle. Photographed at Barbour by David Wood, Portland, Maine.

Jared Paul Stern has written for the New York Times, the Times’ T magazine, the Wall Street Journal, New York magazine, Details, GQ.com, Playboy, Gawker, Vogue, Kempt, UrbanDaddy, WWD, BlackBook, Maxim, Hamptons magazine, Spy magazine and the New York Post, among others. His work can currently be seen at Luxist, A Continuous Lean and Room 100 among others. Contact me at info (at) jaredpaulstern.com if you’ve something worthwhile to communicate.

5 Responses to About

  1. Cara says:

    I hope this message finds you well. i am writing in regards to my Client Appleby Parva, an online luxury men’s accessories store.
    I would like to send you a press release about the brand so would greatly appreciate a contact email address if possible.

    Best regards,



  2. Hello Jared Paul Stern,

    At CXC Simulations we frequently visit Just Luxe and your personal website and have been particularly interested in your posts on automotive products, as that’s where our friends and customers live, so to speak. We were interested to read the recent article about Fred Astaire’s Ferrari, as the Ferrari is prominently featured in our Motion Pro II racing simulator.
    We manufacture what is widely known as the most realistic – and the only professional grade – full-motion motor racing simulator practical for home use at CXC Simulations, located in Los Angeles, California. Our client base encompasses not only pro drivers and race teams, but a high number of enthusiasts who have neither the opportunity nor the time to compete on the track, but still demand the ultimate experience and accuracy of a true simulation – as opposed to game-oriented so-called “racing simulators” in arcades and on the market today. So, along with champion racers like Alex Gurney, Stefan Johansson, Townsend Bell, Patrick Long and other professionals who train on CXC Motion Pro II simulators, our high-value customers include Mid-East royalty and corporate officers from Apple and Patron. We also have business relationships with Intel, ICON Air and Mitsubishi, among others.

    But talk is cheap, as they say. For a taste of what we offer, here’s a link to a recent test drive of Dirt 2 on a Motion Pro II, one of many types of racing software available on all our simulators. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZqNgKnJs2s&feature=channel_video_title.

    You also can check us out at http://www.cxcsimulations.com. There you’ll be able to see the flexibility of our production process and how we personally customize each Motion Pro to fit each customer’s needs and desires. But there’s nothing like personal experience. Consider this an invitation to any member of your staff to come in and see our factory and showroom and have the opportunity to test drive this unique product. Big smiles guaranteed. We’re sure your readers will be interested in your reaction. Hope to hear from you soon.

  3. Hi Jared,

    I came across your articles on superyachts and wondered if you had ever considered delving deeper into this market?

    We run a number of portals that report on and analyse this sector that may be of interest and have just published our Annual Report of the superyacht market – something I would be happy to share if you are interested.

    Our online resources include (they’re all quite self-explanatory):
    http://SuperyachtNews.com – daily news
    http://SuperyachtIntelligence.com – market intelligence
    http://SuperyachtDesign.com – the latest designs
    http://TheSuperyachtOwner.com – a website for owners

    Look forward to your next article.

    Best regards,


  4. Simon Jordan says:

    Hi Jared, hope you are well – just found your blog, looks very cool and you seem to be all over the world.

    You kindly liked the Italian Commemorative Holdalls that I design and manufacture in Italy. Next time you are going to Italy let me know as we could meet up for a few drinks in Firenze.

    Have a look at my new website as I have now sold some shares to my brother in law and his business partner..”We are starting to put our foot on the gas now” it’s all
    starting to come together now and I have some great new ideas and designs that I will be launching in 2013 and it would be great to keep you posted.

    Have a look how the Moss 7 Collection has expanded – Sir Stirling is now in Santa Fe Concorso http://www.santafeconcorso.com giving the Brand New Imola a shakedown..this is a wheeled holdall that I have introduced by popular demand. The Imola Moss 7 has a really cool printed lining – We can produced a One off printed lining in our Bespoke Service for our clients which is so personal.

    I look forward to hearing from you again Jared, have a great weekend.

    Kind regards Simon
    Founder & CEO

  5. Simon Jordan says:

    Hi Jared

    Forgot this is the New Website http://www.caracalla1947.com

    Kind regards Simon
    Founder & CEO

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