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  1. Loving the personality of this sleepwear line… check out Sleepy Jones here. I’m excited to see how this brand develops.

  2. The hotness of Norse Projects and the legacy of Pro Keds came together for a truly classic line of sneakers. Details from their press release: “Norse Projects is proud to announce a partnership with iconic footwear brand, Pro-Keds. In a capsule collection featuring a re-worked Pro-Keds Royal Master, Norse Projects present a stripped down version in 3 …

  3. Looks like I’ll be trying Warby Parker again…. The Hayworth Collection looks fan-freakin-tastic. <br> Photos by Justin Chung, via GQ

  4.   Details and campaign shots for Margaret Howell SS 2013.

  5.   Gender-neutral minimalism. I’m telling you. Via style.com

  6. Want More W&D?

  7. What UP, St. Paul? Last Sunday it was undoubtedly NorthernGRADE. Dahlia Brue, Kate Smith and myself hit up the menswear pop-up event and boy- was it hoppin’. I’d like to say first, as a heterosexual female, I was not mad about the plethora of finely dress men at this event. Not at all. Secondly, it was exciting to …

  8. I really like how Officine General hints at it’s heritage, rather than leading with it. Clean, simple, wearable. Also… easy on the eyes. via A Continuous Lean

  9. Meet the The Kooples. While this French brand is sure to hit the US in a BIG way, they’ve quietly opened shop in a few Bloomingdale’s stores in NYC and NJ. From featuring real-life couples in their ads (can I get an AWWWWWW), to their sporty unisex aesthetic, The Kooples brand delivers on style that’s upscale, …

  10. Him: Blacks, on grays, on blacks. Her: Burgundy coat, crisp white shirt, iconic glasses, high waisted jean.   Sean Sullivan Photo by William Yan via Impossible Cool Jess Blanch Photo by Vanessa Jackman

  11. We’ve all made purchases based on a recommendation from someone we trust and/or admire. Luvocracy is a new social shopping site based on that idea. In short, it’s a one-stop site that allows you to curate collections, shop collections of those you trust, and earn credit towards future purchases. Luvocracy acts similarly to Amazon. They host …

  12. In no particular order, a few items that I’ve been oogling. Because leather gym shorts are really practical, too. 1. KELLY BERGIN, Perforated leather shorts, $175 2. TOPMAN, ‘Birdseye’ Pompom Beanie, $24 3. ALEXANDER WANG – Soft leather wallet, $344 4. Oasap, Oversized Lapels Tweed Coat $69 5. Uniform Wares, 250 Series Steel Wristwatch, $630 6. …

  13. Generally, menswear tends to take itself pretty seriously. So it’s always nice to see a little playfulness happening with ties and accessories. These ties are screen printed with viynl in Brooklyn and handmade in New York City. By Vulpin NYC, for $60. Available here.

  14. Lucky for me, the female footwear fetish has resulted in countless styles at affordable prices. If my budget doesn’t allow for the must-have style of stiletto, boot or sandal, there are plenty of mid-tier options that are just as stylish. For men, it’s more of a challenge. There are plenty of cool, inexpensive options for guys …

  15. Say “Hello” to the one and only Mrs P Hicks. From women’s shoes to home accessories, Mrs P Hicks produces killer american-made luxury goods with personality. This summer I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Katherine McMillan, the creative director behind both Mrs P Hicks and the utlra-cool men’s tie brand Pierrepont Hicks. Let me …

  16. Mohawk General Store is so spot on. Having a pretty huge sale right now, too. Check it!

  17. Have you guys gotten the men in your life something special for Father’s Day? If not, I’m sharing my gift picks from my favorite menswear brands & stores including Hasso, MartinPatrick3 and Jack Spade today! Get the gift guide and recommendations over on TC Style.

  18. I’ve just joined the appropriately named site for fashion bloggers called Currently Obsessed! You can now “stalk” my retail finds and see what products I’m lusting after. I’m using this platform to curate my Pins and round ups, so if you’re at all curious about what items don’t get pulled, pinned or tumbled, check it out! …

  19. I had just stopped hunting for a new laptop bag when… DING! There was Nicholas, the designer behind Columbia-based Hasso, sitting in my inbox. The bags are gorgeous- classic and ruggedly appealing. The Hasso line is made from locally sourced waxed vegetable tanned leathers and 455 gram cotton canvases. I’m particularly drawn to the material juxtaposition …

  20. Nice pieces at Alder Boutique. That plaid/leather jacket is pretty cool. The sleeves zip off!

  21. The phrase “God is in the details” most certainly rings true for the freshly launched Cavalier Inaugural Collection. I’ve been anticipating more from Cavalier, and they did not disappoint. Beyond the stunning lookbook, there’s a lot to explore. Some highlights: + Hand-stitched leather goods + A carefully curated Online Flea + Designer Mixtapes + Frequently updated …

  22. the ever clever partners & spade never fail to capture my heart. a few of my favorite items from their shop… hand painted table stabilizers… boxed self help sets… linen deck towels… hand painted raw canvas ties… axe from best made co. (the backdated confidence trophies are pretty rad).

  23. “If Steve McQueen carried a beat-up leather duffle bag on the back of his motorcycle; what would be in it and how would the products look?” This idea is at the center of Cavalier Essentials, a project initiated by Taylor Pemberton, a Minneapolis-based designer. I love everything about the idea behind this product line. Taylor describes …

  24. we need a house. why? so we can go camping in our backyard! how fun would it be to pitch a little tent, bring out some blankets, coffee, an entertaining read, pre-made smore pops, and get cozy with your favorite person? someone, go do this tonight. UPDATE: thank you gina for letting me know that the …

  25. i want these so badly. but they only come in boy sizes. so sad. via notcouture

  26. i’m looking for ties for our wedding party and i bookmarked these from fieldguided after spotting them at little winter. while they may not be formal enough for our groomsmen, i’m thinking they would make a nice gift for my mister.

  27. BOOM! a mash up of colorful favorites from around the web. things were looking just a little too gray around here. 1 / 2 / 3 /  4 / 5 / 6

  28. the reasons i love you seem endless…

  29. i love this bag. an old-fashiony alternative to many of the style-less bland options out there.