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The New-and-Improved Penny Loafer

With a streamlined shape and a narrow toe, the season's go-to shoe looks great sockless. Slide a pair on with rolled chinos and say hello to summer. read more
May 2011

A Wardrobe for All Seasons: Behind the Scenes Video

Relaxed spring suiting for a look that'll play any time of year. read more
March 2011
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Meet Menswear's New Guard

You may not have heard about these upstart labels yet—but you will soon. read more
May 2011
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Why You Need a Spring Suit in Fall Colors

Warmer weather doesn't have to mean a pale two-piece. Break away from the pack with shades that are light enough for the season but dark enough to get noticed. read more
April 2011
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The New—and Improved—Cargo Pants

They're as functional as ever but now come in a slim, flattering cut. read more
April 2011
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Casting Call

Two camera-happy lovers stay home for the day, trying on (and taking off) the season's best looks. read more
April 2011
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Get the Nautical Look

Sturdy clothes that work as well on dry land as on the open sea. read more
March 2011
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The Season's Best Accessories

From Armani high-tops to an elegant Bell & Ross watch, everything you need to complete your spring wardrobe. read more
March 2011
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The Only Coat You'll Need This Season

With new shapes, patterns, and cuts, there are more ways than ever to wear a classic trench. read more
March 2011
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Why You Need an Electric-Blue Blazer

This bright new beauty from Trussardi 1911 is an indulgence you'll never regret. read more
March 2011
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