Opening Ceremony Suede Desert Boot

Opening Ceremony Deep Blue Suede Desert Boot

We’ve never been big fans of desert boots but Opening Ceremony‘s latest refinement is one we can definitely get behind. The N.Y. based label’s been endorsing desert boots for quite sometime, but we first came across their M2 desert boot a few months ago and we’ve been impressed ever since. This season’s version is made of 100% Italian deep blue suede with a standout leather sole. They’re versatile and perfect for just about any pairing, something desert boots of seasons past have not been able to accomplish.

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Harvard Yard: Harvard University’s Menswear Line

WWD's reporting that Harvard University is partnering with a manufacturing group to launch its own line of classic, collegiate-styled menswear, Harvard Yard. From the prelim shots, don't expect hoodies for your sister or the new-prepster feel. Expect inspiration from the...

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Junya Watanabe Jackets for Fall + Winter 2009

Junya Watanabe Jackets for Fall + Winter 2009

And so it begins, my friends. August has begun, meaning all our favorite retailers are beginning to rollout fall + winter collections for the upcoming seasons. Browns has blessed us with these jackets from Junya Watanabe. As Hypebeast puts it, these new jackets are a bold statement as they share both the style and silhouette of classic hunting jackets. “A solid set of details and strong colours make both jackets stand-out.”

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Rick Owens DRKSHDW for Eastpak

Online retailer Oki-Ni has just gotten some new stock, most notably Eastpak's collaboration with Rick Owens. The backpack maker's had a string of solid collabs, and this series of bags were co-designed by Rick Owens under his DRKSHDW line. The...

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Hyden Yoo: Spring 2010

Spring 2010: Hyden Yoo

The cat’s out the bag, my friends. The Fashionisto turns us to Hyden Yoo‘s Spring 2010 lookbook, a fine viewing to say the least. “The lookbook features Ford model Joe Edney and showcases Yoo’s constant aesthetic that we have become accustomed to. A model example of American menswear today, Yoo offers a modest color palette, clean design, quality fabrics and impeccable workmanship at an affordable price.”

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Buyers’ Club: Men Style’s Fall 2009 Guide

The tastemakers behind 14 of the top men's shops have offered their opinion on what to buy this Fall and we're listening. Very closely. Store owners and retailers including Odin, Opening Ceremony, Bergdorf Goodman and Barney's have all told us what...

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Mjolk Spring + Summer 2010

Mjolk Spring + Summer 2010

Mjolk’s S/S 2010 collection is a solid lineup of a wide range of amazingly designed pieces. Although the Australian brand’s moved to NYC, it still takes much influence from the Far East and it shows. The collection’s going to be worth the wait, as it presents a palette of colors and a timeless appeal.

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Gitman Plaid Flannel Ties

Just in stock over at Blackbird are a pair of Gitman ties. Their both available in a plaid flannel fit, in a slim finish (2.25" wide).  They come in a red/white/blue plaid and a dark pastel/plaid finish with a very limited stock....

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Baracuta “James” Cycling Jacket

Baracuta "James" Cycling Jacket

Makers of the original Harrington, Baracuta‘s blessed the masses with an all new technical and modern update with the “James” cycling jacket. Hypebeast tells us the “jacket features a fully waterproof and breathable material to ensure you’re dry and cool in any condition. From a design point, the jacket is cut longer in the arms and in the back. Other things include a 5-point vented wing back, press studs on the sleeves to reduce wind drag and waterproof zips on the front of the jacket.”

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