The Scent: He Wood by Dsquared

Identical twins Dean and Dan Caten, creators of the Dsquared, have released their scents for men and women.  Guys, be glad that He Wood for Men is much more appealing than 90% of the colognes out there.

It was released in September with a launch party to match.  Guys and Gals were introduced with young men and women with more information about two scents.  Plus, they even commented on the scents you were wearing as you came in.

James Bond 007 Sunglasses by Tom Ford

We're still in a frenzy over Quantum of Solace and these limited edition Tom Ford James Bond 007 TF108 Sunglasses aren't changing that one bit.  These modern aviators are made in Italy and are meant for the double-O in you. The...

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Online Rolex Customizer courtesy of Bamford UK

Bamford & Sons through the Bamford Watch Company has given consumers something only a select few had in decades past.  The Bamford Watch Company Online Rolex Customizer allows for the individual to modify the Rolex Submariner (Daytona, GMT, and others...

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Essential: Surface 2 Air Military Sweater

The military fad is far from over.  Even long after all our troops come home, this fashion statement will live and for good reason.  Surface 2 Air's latest sweaters are military-inspired masterpieces.  The charcoal-gray, marled wool sweater pictured above comes...

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Made in Italy: Faliero Sarti

Who better to keep you warm (and fashionable) this winter than a company that’s supplied textiles to the likes of Giorgio Armani and Vivienne Westwood?  Faliero Sarti has been producing out of Italy for over fifty years.

These scarves are all completely hand finished to help give each one unique effects through the fabric and construction. Each one should differ slightly from one another.  Head to BlackBird to pick one up.

More images after the jump.

Dress Codes | Plaids by The New York Times

The NYTimes has an interesting piece on plaid and how much it’s spread like a wildfire since the “cool kids” wore it during the summer.  Now, it’s gone from the cargos to the vests, shirts, and much more.  We’re definitely not complaining.  We’re paying hommage.  Checkthe images below and definitely take a look at David Colman’s piece in the NYTimes.

Deal: 10 Percent OFF at PUMA Store Online

With Puma's growing popularity in the fashion world in the past few years, it's very difficult to find good deals on some of their high-end pieces.  Today, Puma's Online Store is having a promotion of 10% off.  We'll take what...

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