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See The Space Where Philip Crangi Designed His Coach Collaboration

Jewelry designer Philip Crangi's work has always been underpinned by an American design aesthetic, so his new collaboration with Coach, a company that was founded in New York City in the early 1940s, makes total sense. "For a long time, American design—especially in luxury goods and fashion—took a back seat to the Europeans," he told us when we visited his studio last October. "I think, in the past, there's been a prejudice and an insecurity that no longer applies, and I want my work to reflect that honesty and confidence: American and chic." see more

Would You Shop for Clothes From a Music Video?

Just a little over a month after Nowness released a beautiful shoppable video of dancers leaping into and out of designer clothing, the ecommerce site SSENSE, which ran its first shoppable music video last year, has announced that it will continue the series. Tomorrow, the Montreal-based site will debut a music video for Sky Ferreira's single "I Blame Myself" that SSENSE CEO Rami Atallah hopes will "push the boundaries of the e-commerce experience." see more

Margiela and Mykita's New Sunglasses Collaboration is a Match Made in Creative Eyewear Heaven

Getting a pair of sunglasses from Mykita's collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela might be the best way to make sure you don't end up wearing the same shades everyone else does this summer. German eyewear brand Mykita worked with the avant garde French fashion house to produce two collections that look nothing like your standard pair of sunnies. The Essential line includes a selection of metal frames with reflective lenses, while the Dual line fuses two colors of acetate together to create a frame-on-frame effect. see more

Finally, Someone Made a Great-Looking Pair of Customizable Clip-On Sunglasses

We're not joking when we say that someone, thank goodness, has managed to make clip-on sunglasses look cool. Leisure Society, the tony eyewear and sportswear brand, recently introduced a line of snap-on shades for its collection of sunglasses and prescription glasses, and is now introducing a new customizable option. see more

Quiz: What Man Bag Are You?

Before you run away from Another Quiz on the Internet, consider for a moment that there is perhaps no better signifier of your personality, taste, or station in life than the bag you carry. And if you're thinking about investing in a new one this spring, it's probably a good idea to get a handle (see what we did there?) on what kind of bag suits you best. see more
Food + Drinks

The Splurge: Top Chef Hugh Acheson's New BMW, Rieslings in Vegas, and Infinity Pools in Hawaii

In "The Splurge," tastemakers tell us about their most recent, most extravagant purchases. Hugh Acheson is a juggler: He has one new cookbook (Pick a Pickle), two daughters (Beatrice and Clementine), and four Georgia restaurants (the upcoming Florence in Savannah will make five in April) that he somehow manages while filming Season 12 of Top Chef. How does the Ottawa-bred poster boy for Athens, Georgia, manage it all? Conference calls from the road and plenty of German white wine. Just not at the same time. see more

Don't You Deserve Customized Ray-Ban Sunglasses? Of Course You Do

Ray-Ban's Remix customization program has been available to its European customers since last summer, but they're finally doing American fans a solid by bringing the service stateside. see more

All Hail the Yummy: Young Urban Males Are the Future of Luxury Spending

If you're a young man and you live in a big city, congratulations: You, sir, are the future of luxury spending. According to a recent report from HSBC, a yummy (what retail analysts are calling the Young Urban Male, much in the same way they called Young Urban Professionals yuppies) is currently the kind of person who's most likely to spend money on high-end products. The downward shift in age is driven in large part by see more
Style News

Short & Small—and Stylish: Finally, There's Shopping Salvation for Guys Under 5'8"

While the brain trusts in charge of everything squabble over who and what to blame for the American obesity epidemic, one thing's for sure: don't point your finger at fashion. In the last few years, clothes have seriously slimmed down, and gone are days of XL-excess when one pair of army pants used as much olive-green duck as a pup tent. see more

We Want It: Nike's 10th Anniversary Free 4.0 Flyknit Sneakers

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its famous Free, Nike is releasing four(!) fresh new versions of the popular running sneaker. see more
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