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

MR Q: Christopher Bastin

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Modern Ivy: Gant’s creative director Christopher Bastin is reinterpreting the classics. By Elise Diamantini

Well Dressed Men: Matt Fox and Enrique Crame

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Modern-day dandies Matt Fox and Enrique Crame talk about dressing up.

A Woman’s Work: GotStyle

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Elise Diamantini: Melissa Austria has turned GotStyle into the place to shop for modern suits in Toronto.

Modern Combination: Carson Street Clothiers

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Carson Street Clothiers co-owner Brian Trunzo on modern style: “It’s a combination of sportswear and tailoring, contemporary and heritage, designer and emerging—it’s whatever the wearer wants it to be.” By Elise Diamantini

Street Style: JackThreads

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JackThreads found a new niche in tailored clothing. It’s apparent young guys are dressing up now that JackThreads, a flash-sale site rooted in streetwear, has added tailored clothing to their mix. Founder Jason Ross says their customers started asking for dressier looks about a year and a half ago. While Ross admits he was nervous […]

Today’s Trad: The Armoury

Jake Grantham, Alan See, Ethan Amos and Mark Cho

Mark Cho, Alan See and Ethan Newton opened their first Armoury stores in Hong Kong. Once they discovered that 60% of their e-commerce came from the U.S., they opened in Manhattan.