The week's top stories in fashion news.
As the media continues to reflect on twelve years of Michael Bloomberg, one important aspect of the billionaire mayor has been severely under appreciated: his swagger. Thankfully, Complex is giving Bloomy his due with a gallery that includes his most memorable style moments. We think he rocked that Spiderman costume with particular aplomb. (Complex)
Jay-Z's first fragrance, Gold, drops on Black Friday. Shoppers can look forward to a fragrant bouquet of amber, patchouli, teak, and money—er, vanilla. (Huffington Post)
Even if you've suspended your gym membership until the return of shorts weather, you can still hit City Gym, the new NYC pop-up shop born from Todd Snyder's collaboration with Champion. In addition to Snyder's athletic-inspired threads, shoppers can pick up Liqueteria juices, Shinola bicycles, and Ebbets Field baseball caps. (Racked)
Watch your back, Kate and Jack. There's a new handbag-loving power couple in town. Uri Minkoff—brother of Rebecca—has launched a new collection of manly leather totes and briefcases named after his grandfather, Ben Minkoff. (Rebecca Minkoff)
Tea. Crumpets. Harry Potter. What haven't the Brits invented? For its latest campaign video, "Fire and Ice," Dunhill worked with YouTube to create a shoppable video starring UK Olympian Lee Jackson. Yes, the Olympics are just 'round the corner. (YouTube)
Instead of buying a bunch of random, heavily-discounted crap on Black Friday, why not peruse Tom's Marketplace, a cool e-commerce shop with a curated selection of picks from socially-conscious brands? Hell, maybe pick up a little something for yourself while you're there. (Toms)
—Blair Pfander. Follow her at @blairpfander.
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