MRket Las Vegas: Fashion Director’s Picks

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William Buckley reviews some of the brands that stood out at MRket Las Vegas, including Mayser Headwear, Boston Traders, Beretta, Richard Choi and more.

Fall ’15 Vegas Notebook

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Karen Alberg Grossman picks some highlights from the Las Vegas trade shows, including socks from Per Pedes, knit sportcoats from brands like Bespoken, shoes from Bugatchi and more.

August 2014 Market, Vegas: Day 3 Highlights

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William Buckley’s favorite finds from day three of the Las Vegas shows include Lardini, Boglioli, Chief Trunk, Gitman Vintage and Iuter.

August 2014 Market, Vegas: Day 2 Highlights

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William Buckley reports on some of his favorite finds from the Las Vegas shows, including Vera Largo, Stone Island, Buttero, Herno and Laneus.

Vegas Highlights: ESPN Neckwear

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Harry Sheff: If the ESPN brand is powerful enough to prompt some people to name their children “Espn,” LND Neckwear’s ESPN tie collection will probably do quite well.

Vegas Highlights: Andrew J

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Karen Alberg Grossman: New from Andrew J, makers of the famous non-iron stain-resistant Carefree shirts, Azzurro, an upscale division featuring the finest 120s and 140s two-ply cottons.

Vegas Highlights: Breuer and Dents

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Harry Sheff: The Bird Dog Group’s booth at MRket showed Breuer neckwear in some beautiful silk/wool/cotton blends and colorful leather driving gloves from UK-based Dents.

Vegas Highlights: Ben Walker

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Elise Diamantini: Ben Walker, a new outerwear brand created by Ben Olia and James Benton, is beautifully designed with details like asymmetrical zips, pops of neon and waxed cotton fabrics.

Vegas Highlights: Well Bred

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Harry Sheff: Put Well Bred, the newly launched Rochester, Minn.-based shoe brand, in the category of classics done right.

Vegas Highlights: Camo and Color

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Elise Diamantini: Not new, but still relevant for fall ’13: camouflage and color were dominant trends at the Vegas shows.