The week's top stories from the curated community of writers and photographers in the Details Network.
Bentley & Bugatti: Car Brands Worth Wearing
Bugatti's speeding into the menswear race. The company recently launched a complete collection of clothes and jewelry, soon to be sold in 35 flagship stores throughout Asia and Europe (via Apparatus). Meantime, Bentley smelled an opportunity and is offering both a new fragrance, Bentley for Men, and the ultra-luxe ($4,800), holiday-friendly Lalique for Bentley Collector's Edition. (via MaleStandard.com)
Steve Jobs' death was just the beginning of the return of the turtleneck. Now, one blogger is making the case that they'll be de rigeur this fall (full disclosure: he cited one of our photos). Is it true? And is that good or bad? (via *fruitpunch)
Furor Over Brooks Brothers, Sack Suits & the Evolution of Men's Style
Some critics in our Details Network are suggesting that the "sack suit" options at Brooks Brothers are no longer sack-ish enough, that modern times have forced the look to be too trim, and perhaps more boyish—or even womanish (via Ivy Style). The analyses devolve, as fashion conversations often do, into diatribes against any rules of style (pleats, vents, button-down collars) and modernization in general (via An Affordable Wardrobe). Read the posts. You be the judge.