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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Versace's Viral Video, Jujitsu Workout, Fall Accessories, Scheduling Sex & Gray Hair Tips

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This Week in Fashion: Tomorrowland Comes to the United States, Tom Ford Does the Ice Bucket Challenge

The week's top stories in fashion news. Just in time for sweater weather, a Japanese knitwear brand named Tomorrowland has landed right here in the United States. Starting this week, you'll be able to find classic fisherman sweaters, lightweight shirts, and other items at both Mr. Porter and Barneys. (The Dandy Fashion) see more
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Top 5 Stories of the Week: #IceBucketChallenge, Spring App, J.Crew's Crosby Suit, Cringeworthy Sports Moments & Fitness Trackers

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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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Left Shoe Company Opens NYC Pop-up Shop With 3-D Scanning

Got two left feet? Not a problem if you're custom scanning them for made-to-measure shoes. Starting today, the Los Angeles-based Left Shoe Company is offering its 3-D-scanning services for three days at a pop-up store at 601 W. 26th Street, Suite 1750, in New York City. see more
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J. Crew Is Now Making a Suit for Guys With Bigger, More Athletic Bodies

At six feet six, Dan Layfield has had a lot of trouble finding suits that fit him. Before he started using a made-to-measure service, he'd often go to the kind of big-box stores where he told us "you can never really find anything that fits correctly. I had to get stuff heavily tailored—and even then, it didn't look great." But Layfield, pictured above at left, tells us that J. Crew's new Crosby suit, which is designed to accommodate a bigger, more athletic frame, is one of few that actually fits him well off the rack. see more
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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Fall Style Guide, Thin Hair Fixes, What to Eat Every Day, Bieber's Keeper & Swim Workouts

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This Week in Fashion: Diesel Pops Up in Williamsburg, Public School Gets Another Collaboration

The week's top stories in fashion news. If there are any Brooklynites suffering from a dearth of denim, Diesel's new pop-up shop in Williamsburg, which opens today, will certainly help fill that void. The mirror-walled store at 101 Bedford Avenue is filled with pieces from creative director Nicola Formichetti's first collection for the brand, as well as a few products from other companies (like candles from Brooklyn Candle Studio) that make really good stocking stuffers. Which makes sense: the store will stay open until December, straight through the madness of holiday shopping season. (Racked NY) see more
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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Kate Upton on Nudity, Boozy Shopping, Lucid Dreaming, Best New Gins & Adonis Belt Workouts

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This Week in Fashion: Chris Bosh Gets Into the Neckwear Business, Coach Unveils Inaugural Men's Shoe Line

The week's top stories in fashion news. Not to be outdone by the multiple athletes who have started their own clothing lines of late, Miami Heat star Chris Bosh has partnered with the haberdashery brand Armstrong and Wilson on a neckwear capsule. Called Mr. Nice Tie, the collection includes five neckties and five bow ties that will retail for $130 and $105, respectively, when they're released in the fall. (The New York Times) see more
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