Bread & Butter’s January 2015 Edition to Stay in Berlin

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After feedback from a majority of Bread & Butter’s exhibitors and attendees, Karl-Heinz Muller opted to keep the show in Berlin.

New & Novel Stores: Article

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Anthony Graziani opened his Cincinnati contemporary menswear store, Article, last fall.

Ones to Watch: Joe Sadler and Derek Buse, Cwst

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Cwst (pronounced quest), is a slightly more grown up, less beach-inspired collection than Sadler and Buse’s previous collection, Riviera Club.

Ones to Watch: Erik Paulsen, Tavik

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Tavik’s Erik Paulsen: “Because we’re a lifestyle brand that connects subcultures, we’re able to sell a wide range of retailers from boutiques to surf/skate and streetwear stores.”

Ones to Watch: Faherty

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Twin brothers Mike and Alex Faherty launched their swimwear-based lifestyle collection for spring 2013 and already count Barneys, Bloomingdale’s, Mario’s and Mitchells among their retailers.

Brian Trunzo Starring on Bravo’s The Singles Project

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Brian Trunzo of Carson Street Clothiers is looking for love this summer on Bravo’s new docu-drama The Singles Project, premiering Tuesday, August 12.

MR Q: Scott Morrison

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3×1’s Scott Morrison on his vision for the brand and the future of denim.

New York Market Week: Accessories

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There’s a lot of freshness happening in the men’s accessories market. Elise Diamantini highlights items from Anderson’s Heritage Collection, Enter, Herschel, Wood’d and Mr. Gray.

New York Market Week Spring 2015 Trend Report

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Elise Diamantini on a few key trends from market week: interesting knit polo shirts, colorful swimwear, lightweight outerwear and printed short-sleeved woven shirts.

Rothman’s: It Takes Two

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Uptown/Downtown Awards — Readers’ Choice: Rothman’s owners, brothers Jim and Ken Giddon, dream and do. By Elise Diamantini