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U.S. Open-Inspired Products You'll Actually Want to Own

Sporting events just wouldn't be the same without the tacky T-shirts, memorial cups, and foam fingers they generate. But do you ever actually buy any of that stuff? No. No, you don't. This year's U.S. Open might change that. The tennis tournament, which started on Monday, has inspired some of our favorite brands to create products that blend style and function. Below, a few pieces of gear (and one really great app) that might make tennis more fun to play than it is to watch. see more
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This Is as Sassy as a Short Film About Suits Is Going to Get

There really shouldn't be any questions about whether Gucci, at a brand level, prefers Italian or British tailoring techniques. But just in case anyone is really pondering that question, the clothier has produced a mini movie that provides an artful answer. see more
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See the Space Where Onia's Swimwear Masterminds Create Some of Our Favorite Trunks

For Onia founders Nathan Romano (at left) and Carl Cunow, launching with swimwear—which many other brands treat as an afterthought or forgo altogether—was a no-brainer. "They're extensions of our own lifestyles," says Romano. "We love going to beaches like the Hamptons and hotels like Miami's Soho Beach House." see more
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What's On Your Wrist: The Zenith Timepiece that Taught Russell Westbrook About Watchmaking

In this edition of What's On Your Wrist, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook (who recently celebrated the launch of his collaboration with Barneys in New York City) told us about the watch he created with the Swiss brand Zenith. see more
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Trending at the VMAs: Not Dressing Up for the Red Carpet

The men of the VMA Music Awards kept things casual on the awards show's red carpet. see more
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The Cry of the Sneaker Generation: Why Don't My Shoes Fit Anymore?

When customers come into Bally stores complaining that their shoes have been shrinking, the sales staff usually know exactly what's going on: It's yet another case of denial that feet continue to grow. see more
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This Week in Fashion: Gieves & Hawkes Comes to America, Theory Launches Activewear

The week's top stories in fashion news. The days when you had to leave the country to pick up a suit from Saville Row tailor Gieves & Hawkes are gone. This week, the bespoke brand installed a shop in Bergdorf Goodman, the only place United States where you can buy its wares. In addition to their bespoke and made-to-measure services, customers can also buy suits, separates, and outerwear right off the rack. And to those waiting for a freestanding American location from G&H, don't fret. It's reportedly coming in the near future. It's been 243 years already, what's another two see more
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Photographic Evidence That All Men Are Currently Wearing the Same Shirt

Men are creatures of habit, and menswear tends to move at a snail's pace. So it shouldn't be that much of a surprise to find an Instagram account that posts nothing but guys wearing a very specific blue-and-white gingham shirt from J.Crew. And yet here we are, flabbergasted, looking at exactly that. see more
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Will a Dot-Luxury Domain Make Your Brand More, Well, Luxurious?

They say if you have to tell someone you're powerful, you're not. So if your company ends up using the new dot-luxury domain for its website, does that mean that you're not all that luxurious? see more
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In Defense of the Man-y Pack

Can the fanny pack ever be cool? Maybe. see more
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