Above are some of my favorite photos from the New York fashion week. All photos by Tommy Ton via GQ.
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Alex Carleton has wooed us once again with his L.L. Bean Signature F/W 2010 collection. Knits, flannels and leathers in rich autumn hues and with a touch of whimsy (turtlenecks with scenes of canoes and ducks and beautifully fitting plaid trousers), these pieces will be easy to wear and easy to love. I have my heart set on the forest leather jacket, honey cord shorts, knee high bean boots, mustard chamois shirt and . . . who am I kidding, I want it all. August 2nd will be a big day with the catalog dropping and the collection becoming available at the L.L. Bean Signature webstore.
If you haven’t checked out the men’s L.L. Bean Signature F/W lookbook, head over to Sartorially Inclined immediately where Lawrence waxes poetic on the rugged details and modern silhouettes of this incredible collection.
Special thank you to Laurie Brooks at L.L. Bean for sharing the lookbook with us.
Today marks the launch of Run Of The Mill, the online shop created by the gentlemen behind some of the most influential men’s style blogs out there to date. For S/S 10, Lawrence, Jeremy and Jon have curated an impeccable selection of pieces designed by the talented Mark McNairy. Classic wardrobe staples freshened with a modern twist, this collection is sure to claim real estate in a smart man’s closet for years to come.
It’s the best time of the week . . . the beginning of the weekend and Date Night with Alex Grant. This week we decided to go cool and classic with The Thomas Crown Affair. If the first thing that pops into your head when you think of Thomas Crown is Pierce Brosnan and a fiery red headed Rene Russo, you need to get yourself to a library, Blockbuster, Netflix or YouTube and watch the 1968 version with the original talent of Faye Dunaway and Steve McQueen. You won’t regret watching and taking style nods from this great film. As we are going into the warm summer months, Skip decided to put together Thomas’ beach outfit, a great combo of navy and orange. Some guys may find the vibrant orange too much, but trust me, it’s worth the risk . . . and you’ll look good taking the leap.
Check back in tomorrow for one of Faye’s looks as Vicki Anderson