Plenty o' goodness comes from Argentina: awesome steaks, swimsuit models aplenty, and more manganese than you'd ever know what to do with, so...manganese. And now for some style: Etiqueta Negra
EN just opened its second US location, in a shop done up with a classic 1924 Bugatti T3, racing helmets, vintage luggage, and old cinematography lights; they're peddling both casual and dressier menswear inspired by vintage cars and Argentina's polo tradition, and boasting "timeless silhouettes", even though most people agree the Chrysler Town & Country is a way more classic minivan. They've got a bevy of casual shirts, like a sweater-ish long sleeve cotton fleece job with a zipping polo collar, and a couple polos: one with long sleeves done in jersey fabric, the other a classic short sleeve in fuchsia, dark grey, or French blue, which is how you always end up feeling if she's got braces. For them legs, it's a low-rise 5-pocket corduroy in some cool hues (English green, Tootsie-Rollish brown), and lots of denim: a unique slim-fit dress slack with a smoky wash, a tapered "slight skinny" jean in black/blue or stretchy white, and a classic straight leg in beaten up indigo, also what happens to you when you go to its Girls' concerts
EN also does a leather racer-ish motorcycle jacket, plus a more formal line with Italian-made slim-fit dress shirts and a cotton moleskin topcoat with a trim cut and lambskin deets on the elbows, reminding you of one more thing that comes from Argentina: wanting to have the most enjoyment possible while having sex with all those models. And steaks.