Wicked Fall – Sawyer Bennett

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Wicked Fall

Sawyer Bennett

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 3.99

Publish Date: July 28, 2015

© © 2015 Big Dog Books, LLC

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After the Fall (Live) – Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette

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After the Fall (Live)

Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: March 2, 2018

© ℗ 2018 ECM Records GmbH, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

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2020 Fall Fashion Preview | Coastal Conditions

Autumn’s unpredictable weather requires a wardrobe that keeps up in any situation. This mix of statement-making outerwear, warm knitwear, and versatile, lightweight staples—plus a few eye-catching watches—has you covered no matter where you roam.

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Featured image aboveOff-White c/o Virgil Abloh Pivot Jacket [$ 2,200; EM PTY Gallery]; Z Zegna Knitwear [$ 595; zegna.us]; Agnona Trousers [Price upon request; agnona.com]; Aquatalia Andrea Penny Loafers [$ 395; aquatalia.com]

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Reese Cooper Sherpa Fleece [$ 830; reese-cooper.com]; Tommy Hilfger Long-Sleeve T-Shirt [$ 56; tommy.com]; Polo Ralph Lauren Officer’s Chino [$ 168; ralphlauren.com]; Sebago Ranger Mocs [$ 200; sebago-usa.com].

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Salvatore Ferragamo Double Breasted Wide Peaked Lapel Coat [$ 3,500; ferragamo.com]; DL1961 Hudson & Perry Shirt [$ 125; dl1961.com]; Levi’s 511 Slim Fit Flex Pants [$ 70; levi.com]; TAG Heuer Aquaracer Quartz Chronograph 43mm Sunray Brushed Black Dial, Steel Fine-Brushed/Polished Bracelet Watch [$ 3,250; tagheuer.com]; Timberland Oak Rock Waterproof Boots [$ 175; timberland.com].

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Z Zegna Coat [$ 1,545; zegna.us]; Buck Mason Striped Field-Spec Cotton Surplus Crew Shirt [$ 75; buckmason.com]; Canali Super 150s Wool Trousers [$ 660; canali.com]; Aquatalia Fausto Suede Slip-On Shoes [$ 395; aquatalia.com]

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Loewe ELN Parka [$ 1,650; Loewe Greene St. NYC, Loewe Wynn, NV, loewe.com]; Canali Cashmere Turtleneck [$ 2,380; canali.com]; Jil Sander by Lucie and Luke Meier Beige Cotton Belted Trousers [$ 1,150; jilsander.com]

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Nobis Admiral Shirt Jacket [$ 425; nobis.com]; Private Policy Rib Knit Vest [$ 350; privatepolicyny.com]; Mavi Scott Pants [$ 118; us.mavi.com]

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Moncler Vest [$ 1,530; moncler.com]; Ben Sherman Rib Collar Check Shirt [$ 109; bensherman.com]; Goldwin Regular Stretch Chino Trousers [$ 250; goldwin-sports.com/us]; Timberland Originals II 6” Boot LITE Leather Full-Grain Boots [$ 160; timberland.com]

Fall Fashion 2020; Tag Heuer, Hublot, Alpina
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[FROM BOTTOM TO TOP] TAG Heuer Carrera Automatic Chronograph 41mm Sunray Brushed Blue Dial with Brown Leather Strap [$ 4,300; TAG Heuer Boutique, tagheuer.com]; Hublot Big Bang Unico Titanium Blue [$ 18,800; hublot.com]; Alpina Alpiner National Park Foundation Edition [$ 795; us.alpinawatches.com]

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Emmy ratings fall again to record low, as streaming becomes the new normal

What if you threw a party — one generally praised by critics, presented with no serious glitches in the midst of a pandemic — and relatively speaking, nobody showed up? That’s the puzzle facing the Television Academy, in the wake of another year of record-low ratings for the Emmy Awards.


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Rebecca Minkoff RTW Fall 2020

Rebecca Minkoff’s see-now-buy-now collection for fall 2020 was a cultural ode to rock ‘n’ roll. Minkoff drew inspiration from musicians like Patti Smith and Blondie. “I always find myself going back to music as a jumping off point for my inspiration season after season. For my fall 2020 collection, I wanted to capture the essence of the Rebecca Minkoff girl who is multifaceted in all aspects of her life,” Minkoff said.
This season’s set design was conceptualized with the idea that New York City deserves a love letter during these difficult times, and that our cultural institutions are part of the four walls we call our home. One could see Minkoff’s identity throughout the collection, such as with her signature chic leather moto jacket that is immediately identifiable as by the designer.
With COVID-19 still upon us, Minkoff created matching face masks for each look she showed. The collection included lots of velvet with lamé sequins, while her handbags came in an assortment of styles including studded crossbodies, saddle bags and of course fringe bucket bags because it wouldn’t be a Minkoff collection without one. The bold studded shoes that came in a black boot and also a loafer were

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Can We Fall in Love – Avant

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Can We Fall in Love

Avant

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 10, 2020

© ℗ 2020 SoNo Recording Group LLC/Mo-B Entertainment

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The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. – Neal Stephenson & Nicole Galland

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The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O.

Neal Stephenson & Nicole Galland

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 4.99

Publish Date: June 13, 2017

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Shadow Fall (Star Wars): An Alphabet Squadron Novel (Unabridged) – Alexander Freed

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Shadow Fall (Star Wars): An Alphabet Squadron Novel (Unabridged)

Alexander Freed

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 19.99

Publish Date: June 23, 2020

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From Under the Cork Tree – Fall Out Boy

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From Under the Cork Tree

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: May 3, 2005

© ℗ 2005 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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Save Rock and Roll – Fall Out Boy

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Save Rock and Roll

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: April 12, 2013

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Save Rock and Roll – Fall Out Boy

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Save Rock and Roll

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: April 12, 2013

© ℗ 2013 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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I Fall in Love Too Easily (The Final Session at Rudy Van Gelder’s) – Larry Willis

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I Fall in Love Too Easily (The Final Session at Rudy Van Gelder’s)

Larry Willis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: May 29, 2020

© ℗ 2020 HighNote Records, Inc.

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The Fall of Autumn: Live Performance Producers Are Giving Up on 2020

Uncertainty about the coronavirus and the challenge of protecting audiences and artists is prompting many prominent presenters to wait till next year.
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Like many others in the industry, fashion p.r. agencies have had to pivot operations and adapt under lockdown. The new normal has given rise to digital press days, where new collections and product launches are highlighted on Instagram instead of physical showrooms, with trends easier to decipher as assets are all in one place.
From the most recent digital press days, stripes have emerged as a bold classic for fall 2020. Whether consumers will gravitate toward minimalist or maximalist dress once lockdown measures are lifted, stripes are a safe middle ground. Here, examples from Ganni, Acne Studios and Mozh Mozh.

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How to Fall in Love Easily Again Without Appearing Desperate

Have you been so hurt in your relationships that you have sworn never to love again? Has your heart been broken and shattered by someone you trusted entirely?
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Harder They Fall – Solomon Carter

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Harder They Fall

Solomon Carter

Genre: Action & Adventure

Publish Date: December 20, 2018

Publisher: Solomon Carter

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


The shocking new page-turner from Solomon Carter – a no-holds-barred epic which takes detectives Roberts and Bradley to the very edge and beyond… A BLOODY VENDETTA HAS BEGUN. Detective Dan Bradley becomes the victim of a devastating attack. Bradley and his partner Eva Roberts are left to pick up the pieces. But they soon learn of other victims. The private detectives must track down a villain unlike any they have ever known. Relentless and bitterly cruel, he strikes people from Dan Bradley's past. Each victim is connected to the boxing club where Bradley boxed in his youth, but the targets have little else in common. Bradley hunts for suspects and potential new victims, but without an obvious motive, progress proves almost impossible. Yet plenty of people are depending on him.&#xa0; Bradley is determined to stop the villain before the senseless attacks turn into murders. &#xa0;But Dan is weak and needs time to heal – time he can ill afford. Events take the detectives to North Devon to investigate the mysterious murder of a celebrity blogger… But the trip turns out to be anything but a break. Their nightmare tracks them down. The vendetta is taken to the next level. Some victims are in denial – too scared to face the truth. But Bradley has no choice… He must face his demons or die trying… Perfect for fans of Ian Rankin, Helen Durrant, Janice Frost, Joy Ellis and LJ Ross. If you love to read gripping thrillers with flawed characters, a touch of humour and a hint of romance, you'll love Harder They Fall. THE HARDER THEY FALL SERIES: HARDER THEY FALL THE STONE GIRL HARVEST OF BLOOD LAST MAN STANDING If you enjoy page-turning crime mystery novels, noir crime thrillers, heist crime thrillers, British crime thrillers and detective series with strong female characters – then Harder They Fall is for you. OTHER SERIES BY SOLOMON CARTER LONG TIME DYING LUCK AND JUDGMENT LONDON CALLING THE FINAL TRICK THE LAST LINE SERIES THE DARKEST LIES AND MUCH, MUCH MORE… For more information visit SolomonCarter.net

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Network TV announces fall schedules, but with as many questions as answers

For decades, network TV has followed the same routine. Announce revised lineups with great fanfare in May. Spend the summer promoting them. Introduce new series after Labor Day, when kids are back in school and car companies are ready to spend money advertising their new models.


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Trust Fall (Side B) – EP – Incubus

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Trust Fall (Side B) – EP

Incubus

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: April 17, 2020

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Soul’s Delay Means There Won’t Be Another Pixar Movie Out Until Fall

Pixar’s upcoming film ‘Soul’ has officially been pushed back to November, which means there won’t be another Pixar film in theaters until later in the year.
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Daring to Fall – Shannon Stults

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Daring to Fall

Shannon Stults

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: September 9, 2019

Publisher: Tule Publishing

Seller: Tule Publishing Inc.


Can she forgive the past or will she sacrifice her present? When she finds herself sole legal guardian of her teenage sister and the heir of a significant fortune, Harper Maddox drops out of medical school to move back to her small hometown of Willow Creek, Georgia. Her return brings her face to face with Russell Hart (aka Cowboy), her fiercely independent and sexy first love who broke her heart three summers ago after gaining her wary trust. Harper is determined to protect her heart and resist Cowboy’s allure, but when she decides to remodel and reopen her parents’ B&amp;B, she must turn to the one man she was determined to ignore for advice and assistance. Cowboy proves to be a surprising ally and friend, and it’s only a matter of weeks before she finds herself falling for him all over again. He appears reformed, but Harper still questions his ability to fall in love. Will Harper's fear of getting hurt outweigh a chance at true happiness?

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The Black Elfstone: The Fall of Shannara (Unabridged) – Terry Brooks

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The Black Elfstone: The Fall of Shannara (Unabridged)

Terry Brooks

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 4.99

Publish Date: June 13, 2017

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Cheers to the Fall – Andra Day

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Cheers to the Fall

Andra Day

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 28, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Warner Records Inc.

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How Not to Let Your Grooming Habits Fall to the Wayside During Self-Isolation

For the weeks (and likely months) ahead, our lives are all about self-isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We can’t leave our houses for more than groceries or fresh air. We won’t be face to face with families, friends, colleagues, or dating app matches for an indefinite amount of time.

A lot of people, as a result, will probably let their hygiene and grooming regimen slide. On the one hand, that’s understandable, since our barbers and stylists are also quarantined—and since nobody can smell your B.O. through a Zoom conference call. But we urge you to take this opportunity during self-isolation to change a few things.


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And while our grooming woes are secondary to the real issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a good argument for maintaining some semblance of your regular routine during this time. It provides structure—bookends to your day, or a break from the work-from-home slog—and can even procure some much needed optimism despite the soul-crushing news cycle.

So, if you’re up for it, here are seven ways you can keep on top of your grooming habits, or even build some new ones.


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1. Respect Your Barber—and Don’t Cut Your Own Hair

As barbers and stylists sit on the bench for the foreseeable future, the rest of us are faced with a conundrum: Do I let my hair grow out into a mop, or do I buzz it all off? The answer is yes. You can choose one or the other. But here’s what you’re not going to do: You’re not going to cut your own hair and disrespect those sidelined professionals. Either buzz it all off, or just let it grow and mind the changes.

A hat goes a long way in suppressing bulk, especially when it’s worn for 10 minutes post-shower, as your hair dries. And there’s no harm in trimming the perimeter of your hair—like the neckline and sideburns. Just make it your goal to keep the hair and scalp healthy and clean. You can always try new products and styles as it grows, too, though they won’t be textured, layered, and coached into place, since that’s the job of the pros. Heck, why not find your barber’s Venmo and send him or her $ 50, too? They probably need it, and it’s money you’d have otherwise spent. Besides, it’s not like you need stylish hair for the next couple months anyway.

2. Sit Near the Window—but Wear SPF

On the bright side of all that’s happening, at least it’s happening as the days get longer and sunnier. Yes, it feels like a waste of all these nice spring days, but can you imagine being boarded up while the sun sets at 4 p.m.? The spring weather may be the one thing preventing this from feeling apocalyptic.

Anyway, try to bask in the sun as much as you can, from your balcony, backyard, or even seated by the window. This vitamin D will help keep your complexion bright, rather than dull and blotchy (effects we experience in winter from a lack of light). When your body produces vitamin D (by absorbing sunlight), it also works as an anti-inflammatory on the skin, which can reduce acne. (And given the stressful times, you’ll need as much defense against breakouts as possible). Then, of course, is the most obvious benefit of sun and Vitamin D: optimism. And since that reduces your cortisol levels, it can counter any stress and in turn keep breakouts at bay.

Since you’ll hopefully be enjoying the sun more, be sure to apply SPF every day as well; you don’t want your pursuit of sunlight to result in accelerated signs of aging.

3. Improve Your Skin From the Inside Out

We’ve all read those blithe interviews with supermodels wherein they share their No. 1 beauty secret: staying hydrated. Wow, that’s quite novel! But there is some truth to it: Given that water improves every single one of your bodily functions, it’s also the best way to regulate and improve your appearance, from head to toe. This is a good time to mind your alcohol and sugar intake, and to swap unhealthy snacks for something organic. We’ll spare the preaching, but just consider this: You’re in quarantine for an indefinite amount of time. If you’re downing a few bottles of beer or an entire bottle of wine every night, in addition to eating junk food and being dehydrated, that’s going to take its toll. If this thing turns out to be 90 days long, then the difference in your appearance between healthy habits and unhealthy ones will be drastic. Your hair will become more brittle. Your skin will be dull, worn, and patchy. You’re at a higher risk of breakouts. You get the picture. Oh, and go for a long walk if you can; that’s an easy way to get some exercise, sun, and fresh air without interacting with people or touching anything.


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4. Build an Intentional Grooming Regimen, at Long Last

Lots of guys use baseline skincare or hair care products, but few would say they actually have a “regimen.” They wash, rinse, repeat—literally. And that’s great, but now that you’re home with your thoughts and have more time to audit every facet of your day, why not focus on your hair, shave, and skin regimens? Which products are you using intentionally, and do you now have enough time to order a few new products—like a pre-shave oil, conditioner, exfoliator, night cream, or face mask—to build a routine daily or weekly regimen? (Yes, you do have that time.) Simply put, this isolation presents you with an opportunity to think about your intentions. Maybe it’s “I don’t want my hair to fall out, so I’m going to research the best DHT-fighting shampoos and conditioners, as well as the medicines I can take to keep a full head of hair.” (Try hims for that!) Or maybe it’s “I’m going to re-teach myself how to shave, except to do it slowly, with all the steps of a thorough and hygienic shave regimen—and I’ll try to master a safety razor shave this time.  You can even adopt a new but minimal skincare regimen, one backed by education. You’ve got the time, so make the change!

5. Wear Cologne Every Day

Why would anyone need to wear cologne when they’re holed up inside all day? Who needs to smell your fragrance… the pharmacist and the grocery clerk? Cologne is expensive, why would anyone waste it on quarantine?

These are all excellent arguments as to why you should shelve your preferred scents during quarantine. But, those are your preferred scents. Perhaps your colleagues know you as the guy who smells incredible, thanks to your signature scent; or maybe you have a confidence-boosting cologne for first dates. That’s the power of smell, after all—it transports you. So, transport yourself to that office routine, to a confident first date, to simply caring about how you interact with other people. Wearing cologne during the day, even if you’re the only one smelling it, will be one of the things you look forward to, and one of the best ways to stay optimistic about normalcy’s return.


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6. Get Resourceful

Truth be told, you’ll probably be able to maintain most of your existing grooming practices. The post office is currently still delivering your razor replenishment, and you can sprint over to the grocery store to get decent soap and shampoo if your favorite brand is otherwise out of stock. But, if you want to take the strain off the delivery services (which, collectively, is needed right now), and you find yourself in a pinch late at night, you may need to makeshift a product or two. This can be fun: There’s almost always a solution for a good DIY mask (oatmeal, yogurt, honey, and eggs), as well as ways to sharpen a dull razor (run it reverse against some denim, over and over—not the best or cleanest habit to get into, but it works). You could also try your hand at some sillier stuff, like: Do dryer sheets actually work as dry shampoo? And does baking soda really work as a mouthwash, whitening toothpaste, deodorant, dry shampoo, and foot powder? If you’re bored, why not channel your inner Bill Nye and find out?

7. Invest in a Multitasking Trimmer

A full-service trimmer is the one device that’s going to be your sidekick—and save you from sinking into hirsute hermit-dom. One of the best is Philips Norelco’s multigroom kit. Consider all the things it can do: line up your hair edges (no self haircuts, remember, although it can buzz you entirely), zap stray eyebrows and nose hairs, trim and detail your beard, shave stubble, tame your neckline, manicure your chest hair and pubes, make-gone your back hair. Here’s one investment in your quarantine grooming regimen that’ll keep you looking as presentable as possible—a practice that’s important to preserve right now. Don’t let your good habits slip.


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Alexander McQueen RTW Fall 2020

By now, Sarah Burton could probably do a book about the traditional crafts of the British Isles. From the English Cluny lace on her wedding gown for Kate Middleton to the crinkled Irish “beetled” linen for spring 2020, she’s used her encyclopedic knowledge to create clothes with couture-like workmanship.
This season’s research took her to Wales, where she soaked up the romantic poetry of Dylan Thomas, Welsh national costumes, the healing power of the color red and the folk art traditions of graphic quilts and hand-carved love spoons.
All of it made its way into this sweetheart of a collection, full of high-low hems, blanket check layers, graphic tailoring and enough heraldic beading, pink quilting and red heart motifs to evoke Alice’s tempestuous queen. (Could another Disney fashion collaboration be in the works?)
Indeed, this was a another love letter to handcraft, no more so than the spectacular multicolored quilted coat with figurative motifs of dove, horse and panther. A similar design was stitched over 10 years from 1842 by master tailor James Williams, on display at the National Museum of Wales. Like his, Burton’s was made from salvaged materials — but from past McQueen collections. It was a beauty. (There was also

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Joseph RTW Fall 2020

Susana Clayton worked loose, masculine tailoring into a modern and sleekly feminine lineup, mostly in camel, gray and a range of ruddy browns. She threw in the season’s musts — shearling and fringes — with measure, adding a bit of argyle as well. The diamond shapes were elongated — molded to the Joseph aesthetic — appearing on a long sweater, a widely pleated skirt that fell mid-calf and a humongous, knit scarf.
WWD Critique: A year into the job, Clayton has proved to be a natural fit for Joseph, simplifying the brand message with uncluttered cuts and using layering to add depth.

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Hyke RTW Fall 2020

Cars could be seen passing by through the floor-to-ceiling windows, but inside the cavernous white-and-black space where Hyke staged its fall show there were only models and photographers. Like so many events, the show was canceled to audience members due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, but it was live-streamed on the brand’s web site.
Designers Yukiko Ode and Hideaki Yoshihara continued on their path of reinventing military classics and workwear with a modern touch, but their latest offering was in many ways softer and less structured than some recent seasons. Voluminous outerwear took centerstage, with elements of trenchcoats showing up on billowing ponchos and coat dresses with extra-long sleeves. Elegant separates such as ankle-length fringed skirts and crisp, high-neck blouses were sometimes accessorized with knit pinafore-like pieces with long fringe and high funnel necks. Some stopped at the chest while others extended to the knee.
Hyke is also known for its athleticwear collaborations, having previously worked with The North Face. This season saw a series of T-shirts, jackets and sneakers by Adidas mixed in with the more high fashion items. In other nods to functionality that still fell squarely in the fashion realm, the designers played with the idea of the

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Yeezy RTW Fall 2020

Well, it wasn’t bourgeois.
It was brilliant. Kanye West’s stealthy takeover of Paris Fashion Week was brilliant in its last-minute buzz factor. Brilliant in its two-part punch, a religious event that prepared the way for the second coming, a quasi-religious fashion event. Brilliant in playing the kid card. (North West’s rap performance, adorable or irritating, depending upon where you stand on the grump-o-meter.) Brilliant in West’s iron-cast, I’m-a-star knowledge that — no matter the time (9:30 p.m.) or prior negative Yeezy experiences (Roosevelt Island) — if he built it, we would come.
We did, though a few opted out of Part One, the Sunday Service at the Bouffes du Nord theater. That proved to be a glorious 90 minutes of positivity that was, remarkably, at least to the uninitiated in the one-time congregation, not about Kanye at all. The choir leader referenced “Mr. West” once, a good 30 minutes into the concert, after which he did a brief solo. But for the most part, West faded into the 120 incredibly gifted singers of his Sunday Service choir, who lifted their voices in praise of a different Almighty.
Soon after the Sunday Service was confirmed, rumors started swirling about a show — Yeezy Season

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Xuly Bët RTW Fall 2020

Lamine Kouyaté was making sustainable fashion and championing diversity long before it became a thing. The cult Nineties designer, who originally hails from Mali, returned to the Paris runway after a 15-year hiatus — he had a three-year stint showing in New York — chose as the venue a charity shop, the shelves groaning with mismatched crockery and secondhand books.
Rossy de Palma and Michelle Elie, both fixtures at Xuly Bët back in the day, walked the runway. Kouyaté paraded a coed collection combining his signature body-con — patchworked together with red stitching, the wrap ballet cardigan a recurrent style — with denim, puffer jackets and upcycled check suiting splashed with block lettering in gold. Tailored pieces and crisp white shirts were styled under stretch cardigans, and boxy jean jackets with big metallic buttons.
It read like a celebration of eclectic street style — the kind not dominated by giant logos and broadcast on Instagram, but that people might wear on the street. “It’s about youth, about the future,” the designer said after the show.
Kouyaté may be largely unfamiliar to the younger set, but he already knows the ropes, and given the increased exposure of African designers and sustainable fashion in Paris

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Tre by Natalie Ratabesi RTW Fall 2020

Natalie Ratabesi drew on her personal style for fall, offering a lineup that mixed boyishness and elegance, relayed with loose jeans paired with suit jackets — cropped, double-breasted ones, extra wide and extra short. Her breed of coolness verges on rock-chic, but of an elevated sort, with distinctive play on volumes. Bulking up jeans in interesting ways, on the thighs, for example, she reined them in, too, with vertical seams in one case. Dresses were spaghetti-strap cocktail chic, in pinks and reds, with light, flowy skirts, sometimes pleated. Mini jumpsuits were charming, original and sexy — with comfy pockets.
WWD Critique: Stylish and original, the lineup conveyed cool-girl fashion without letting things get intimidating — a modern proposal.

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Gauchere RTW Fall 2020

With Brutalist architecture as her starting point, creative director Marie-Christine Statz sent out a collection dominated by structured silhouettes with cinched waists, wide shoulders and ample sleeves as their common denominator.
The gray, black and sand-toned color palette was a fitting canvas to highlight construction and set off the varied surface textures of the fabrics like rough wool, cady and grainy crêpe. These were enhanced with satin lapel detailing, adding interest to minimalist silhouettes that were slightly offset, as is her label’s wont, thanks to visible tucks.
Belts crossed the body on many of the tailored silhouettes, buttoned at an angle on a wide-leg jumpsuit to striking effect, while dresses that verged on the severe had subtle draping at the waist or capped sleeves, an outsized coat two sets of sleeves, all providing understated drama. Leather fringing created movement on a full-length skirt or as a toggle that hung down the back of a simple halter dress in charcoal gray.
The only ornament came by way of statement jewelry pieces created in collaboration with Samuel François, with giant gold brooches in the form of letters, bangles and outsized earrings punctuating certain looks.

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Mantù RTW Fall 2020

Playing with contrasts, Mantù juxtaposed a refined sartorial elegance with a touch of feminine, eccentric flamboyance. While double-breasted coats, sleeveless dresses worn with fluid blouses and skirt suits were crafted from classic tailoring fabrics, a chic pajama set, a cotton shirt tucked into a leopard print skirt and a coat cut in a hourglass silhouette were all peppered by a cascade of feathers.
WWD Critique: While respecting the brand’s main goal, offering modern women a practical yet chic round-the-clock wardrobe, this season Mantù succeeded in injecting a new, cool vibe into its fresh, approachable lineup.
 

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Maje RTW Fall 2020

Judith Milgrom pictured her imagined Maje girl dressed in sequins in the middle of an afternoon, either because she was getting ready to hit the town or had just returned home. So, for someone who likes to party, but also works, Milgrom thought up a dressy and easy lineup that felt youthful, with autumn-toned shorts suits, flattering floral dresses that stopped at the thighs, all-black bomber jackets covered in sequins and tweed vest and shorts ensembles. Adding a more masculine flavor, she also offered a hefty, shadow plaid workwear shirt, with lilac touches, and the season’s must, shearling — on the collar of an aviator jacket.
WWD Critique: Milgrom tackles her mandate of championing French girl style at home and abroad with consistency, offering another cute collection for fall that ticked off a number of the season’s bourgeois trends.

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Rosie Assoulin RTW Fall 2020

Coming off of her first official pre-fall season, Rosie Assoulin proposed fall as a response to the call of the prior collection. Where pre-fall’s strength was its lightness, fall’s was its focus on the colder season. The designer added modern twists to classics with heavy weighted plaid wools; for instance, enveloping opera coats and blanket-y ponchos or a coated cotton and tartan coat dress and high-waisted and belted trousers. Assoulin juxtaposed this tension with a variety of dramatic silk gazar, double duchess satin and silk file evening gowns; 3-D appliqué daisies, raw scalloped edges and a vibrant palette added the fashion whimsy the designer is known for.
WWD Critique: Rosie Assoulin offered divine tension within voluminous, couture-inspired shapes through heavy weighted wool outerwear and energetic eveningwear offerings for fall.

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Magda Butrym RTW Fall 2020

Magda Butrym never ceases to be inspired by the Eighties and for fall she kept her brand’s party spirit alive with plenty of mini-sequin numbers, pleated corsets featuring vintage-style floral patterns and chain embellishments or more standout body-hugging dresses with myriad ruffles embroidered on them.
By now, these are pieces that feel familiar yet still as exciting as ever — Butrym’s hip, Instagram-savvy clientele is not likely to tire of her statement occasionwear anytime soon.
But it was the new, more day-appropriate pieces that made for the more interesting part of the collection: There was plenty of tailoring, mannish coats with big shoulders, balloon-shaped pants and leather outerwear that had a retro feel and also highlighted the technical side to Butrym’s work.
WWD Critique: The Polish-based designer kept a fine balance between old and new that’s bound to sustain her success at retail.

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Chanel RTW Fall 2020

Who isn’t rooting for Virginie Viard at Chanel? So after her show on Tuesday morning, there’s no easy way to say it: Confusion reigned. Following a beautiful, deftly focused couture outing in January, for fall Viard sent out a confounding lineup that stunned in its disarray. The disorder started from the first look out. Make that a pair of looks, as two models walked together Armani-style, only without the sartorial connection that his duets typically share. One wore a light green skirt suit, the other, a sporty jacket over a lace cropped top and wide pants, a row of brass buttons unbuttoned up the side of each leg.
In her show notes, Viard referred to the pants as jodhpurs. They turned into a rare unifying theme. Others were a scalloped motif; folkloric, “seven-league” boots inspired by a pair Karl Lagerfeld owned, and a general sense of transition-in-progress to a sportswear sensibility. One can argue the merits of such a shift for Chanel, but not on the strength of this collection.
Overall, Viard seemed to embrace an anything-goes attitude. Literally, as some attractive suits and dresses got lost in a cacophony of random thoughts. Would-be Jolie Madame suits, only slit high in front.

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Rahul Mishra RTW Fall 2020

Rahul Mishra prefers to call it “easy to wear” — his collection of embellished suits and dresses, some embroidered with floral and tropical forest scenes, others carrying fringes of tiny, hand-crocheted tree leaves. Even pale, sequined monochrome numbers were rich in detail. His vision celebrates hand craftsmanship with clothing made over dozens of hours, rather than the thousands it takes for his couture pieces. Sleeveless, tiered tent dresses in silk with sheer insets were also a carryover from the couture line, in solids, powder blue or daffodil yellow — more convincingly “easy.”
WWD Critique: Mishra is a strong champion for the slow-going, luxury route as an answer to the sustainability challenge, but given the difficulty of wearing artwork, the simpler options were most effective.

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Miu Miu RTW Fall 2020

Near the close of a fashion month that has felt like the world ending as we know it — between coronavirus anxiety and Tuesday’s pension fund protest sending armed police into the street, making parts of Paris resemble a war zone once again — Miuccia Prada gave us a moment of pure escape at Miu Miu.
Turning her show venue into a theater with plush patterned carpeting, red velvet seats and rose-tinted columns, she set the stage for a collection that was a reminder of “charm as positivity,” as she put it in her show notes, and really, the power of fashion to spark joy.
Not dressing to succeed, to impress or even to defy, dressing for oneself was what the collection was about, and how a spiky mary jane pump, jeweled hair pin or the unexpected pairing of a sailor top and a long, glossy black leather skirt, can make a day brighter. That’s why we all got into this crazy business, right?
Watching the beautiful parade of long, lean coats, some with high set rows of gold military buttons, and tiny velvet back bows adding childlike reverie, the ankle skimming skirts slit to the thigh with blazers cinched over top, and

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Lacoste RTW Fall 2020

For her third effort at the helm of the French sports label, Louise Trotter zeroed in on the relationship between René Lacoste and his wife, French golf champion Simone Thion de La Chaume. “They were both powerful people in their own right who came together and complemented each other. Their relationship, in their contrasts, was very harmonious,” she said after a coed show that blended the codes of golf and the brand’s tennis heritage.
She recast many of the brands signatures — track pant, trenchcoat and of course, the polo shirt that will come in a lusher double-knit version — in a palette of sophisticated bright colors, blowing out the proportions to telegraph ease in fit and in fabrics. “Today, luxury is comfort,” she said. “Performance can be how you feel, that you get a great fit, that you can wear it day after day and it still looks good.” Cutting much closer to the body, this more tailored but still relaxed silhouette felt in step with this season’s return to elegance while staying true to the brand’s sportier side. One russet colored suit, seen on a female and later male model, was striking.
Golfing touches were blended throughout, like the sleeveless

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By Fang RTW Fall 2020

One foot in the West, one foot in the East and her heart set on making a mark further afield is one way to describe Shanghai-based designer Fang Yang. After presenting her first couture in the French capital last summer, she showed her By Fang ready-to-wear line during the fall women’s wear collections, as part of a commercial push toward Europe — she has recently set up a studio in Paris — the Middle East and North America.
The designer took cues from the palette of often-overlooked Bauhaus textile artist Anni Albers and prettily spun origami — a longstanding inspiration — in the construction and decoration of a lineup of smart daywear pieces. For example, on a classic blazer, geometric inserts created curves that hugged the waist, while the placket of a shirt was folded into intricate triangles. But she also strayed away from formal folds with success, leaving fabric to drape naturally. It turned a parka into a cape-analogue, one of the more memorable pieces.
Already sold in retailers such as Beams in Japan and at some 40 doors in China, including its own French Concession flagship store, the line retails for between 400 euros for a crisp poplin blouse with

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Yves Salomon RTW Fall 2020

A new addition to the Yves Salomon silhouettes this season was the salmon-colored tags coming with each fur garment, printed with the company’s newly established “Resource Pact.”
“We’re committing ourselves as a company to drastically reducing the production of animal fur, focusing instead on reusing existing furs,” said the furrier, pointing out a black astrakhan coat that was made using leftover pelts. “Before each collection, it’s now mandatory for the whole team to sit down and think about how we can reuse what we already have so I can limit our purchases of new fur.”
The furrier has also repositioned the brand to include a bigger selection of sheepskin pieces, which now represents 50 percent of the collection, compared to around 20 percent five years ago. “A lot of wholesalers have become fur free, so we had to adapt our range in order to continue working with them,” Salomon said. The sheepskin pieces were treated in edgy ways: a cream sheepskin jacket was covered in a dark blue tie-dye motif, while a glossy nylon white puffer jacket had a removable sheepskin collar.
The chicest pieces of the collection were the leather silhouettes, a new focus for the brand: Boxy leather shirts and long

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Galvan London RTW Fall 2020

Galvan has built a thriving business based on its modern, fuss-free take on the evening dress, but now the label is starting to look at occasion dressing from many different angles and evolving its offer into a full ready-to-wear collection, complete with more separates and tailoring.
For fall, they looked at the bold colors and cosmic references in conceptual artist Julian Charrière’s work. They translated them into abstract prints splashed all over new, more laid-back wrap dresses; shiny lamé blouses with matching leggings that had a fun, disco feel, and striking georgette fabrics with metallic speckles that featured on shirts and gowns.
New versions of the label’s popular slipdresses, reworked in straight cuts to fit a wider range of body types, were another welcome addition.
“We wanted to show new aspects to the brand, but nothing is ever too fluffy. We always focus on timeless pieces that can make women feel good straight away,” said Anna-Christin Haas.
WWD Critique: Familiar shapes, including corseted jumpsuits and satin, body-hugging dresses, were still among the strongest contenders. But the new range of separates fit right in to the label’s glam universe and kept things fresh.

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Reese Cooper RTW Fall 2020

Still energized from his debut during the Paris men’s shows in January, Los Angeles-based Reese Cooper was back with a collection for women — a line developed on demand from female friends who liked his upscale, utilitarian-flavored streetwear but wanted more fitted shapes. He remade a vintage sportswear jacket with high-end wool fabric and added extra details: a hook here, an extra pocket there. Same for workwear trousers — slapping on extra pockets in places, for convenience and style. A snug translucent puffer jacket in a thermo-reactive material carried futuristic vibes, and he paired it with a long, bright blue skirt that added flow, while the drawstring waist kept things from getting too fancy.
WWD Critique: It’s early days, but Cooper’s star is clearly on the rise; here he offered another inventive exercise in elevating streetwear — his unpretentious breed of elegance feels relevant.

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Louis Vuitton RTW Fall 2020

Walking into the courtyard of the Louvre museum after a season dominated by fears of the coronavirus, and yet another day of anti-government protests that snarled traffic in Paris, you were struck by the impervious majesty of the place.
In its eight centuries of existence, the palace has seen its share of coronations and revolutions. Surely, this too shall pass?
The Louis Vuitton show venue was a simple black box with wooden flooring, and the guest list had been reduced by a third due to the coronavirus outbreak. The world’s biggest luxury brand was going sober, it appeared.
It turned out Nicolas Ghesquière has been thinking about history, too. As the show began, a screen lifted to reveal a vast podium filled with 200 characters dressed in costumes spanning five centuries – to the front and left, you could distinguish what appeared to be Britain’s Queen Elizabeth I.
It was a breathtaking tableau, worthy of a Hollywood production — the costumes designed by Milena Canonero, who worked with Sofia Coppola on “Marie Antoinette.” Yet rather than tap into France’s storied past, as he famously did with his spring 2018 collection of brocade frock coats, Ghesquière used it as a jumping off point for a

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Shiatzy Chen RTW Fall 2020

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players,” wrote William Shakespeare, but Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia’s collection negated the idea of the Shiatzy Chen customer being only a bit player. The designer said she’d drawn inspiration from Eastern and Western theater, focusing on the larger than life wardrobe of its actors, on- and off-stage.
Presented in one-to-one appointments, rather than a show, the brand’s labor-intensive craftsmanship shone. In pictures or see at catwalk speeds, the overall impression would have been of a lineup that taps the Western feminine mid-century tropes seen elsewhere this season. In person, a host of details jumped out. The way different types of lace were layered to achieve a 3-D effect on a shoulder. A double collar took cues from a traditional Chinese one and was layered in a trompe-l’oeil combination with a necklace neckline. It wasn’t all perfect: a couple of jacquards — a jumbled pattern of stages, operatic headdresses, fans and flowers — stumbled, particularly as stately gowns.
The more attractive silhouettes were no doubt the ones balancing extensive handiwork and traditional Chinese cuts with contemporary fits and lengths. Among the standouts were a great coat cut from a padded material that

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Thom Browne RTW Fall 2020

If the rising waters at Balenciaga left one with a sense of doom and gloom, along came Thom Browne’s ark to save the day with childlike reverie.
Here’s the setup: Showing men’s and women’s on the runway together for the first time, the designer put the sexes on equal footing — literally — in sensible, block heel Ghillie boots. It was a good move.
Gone were women in dizzying platform shoes having to be escorted off the runway after feeling faint. Gone, too, were the hobble skirts and bound arms that have on occasion, suggested a misogynistic blind spot. Instead, strolling the runway wonderland of snow, were matched his-and-her model sets, dressed identically to tailored perfection in skirts, dresses and suits.
But, since they all wore black veils over their faces (fastened with tiny hair pins, each painstakingly affixed with a signature Thom Browne red, white and blue ribbon), it was difficult to tell which was which, and that was the point. Thanks to Janelle Monáe (sitting front row), Billy Porter, Laverne Cox and many more trailblazers, it doesn’t really matter anymore.
Playing to the storyline, each model carried a different animal-shaped leather handbag. There were 33 in total in Browne’s zootopia — giraffes,

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Hermès RTW Fall 2020

If ever there were a season when it would have been easy for Hermès to trot out its heritage full gallop, it would be this one, when everyone from Michael Kors to Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing are feeling horsey, and turning out bourgeois tailoring, blanket coats and capes.
But the house has always set its own pace apart from the whims of seasonal trends. So instead, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski decided to pare the women’s wear back to a graphic essence. In keeping with the Hermès 2020 theme, “Innovation in the Making,” she presented a “manifest of purity,” as she called it, on a set of striped vertical bars reminiscent of horse jump poles.
Working in Piet Mondrian’s strict vocabulary of primary colors, she created a baseline for an Hermès wardrobe, including more options in non-leather or using minimal-leather (with the growing animal-loving luxury class in mind, perhaps?). Some looks came in both, well positioning the brand for changing values around consumption, and offering more accessible pieces as it courts customers with new product categories, including its first line of lipsticks bowing March 4.
Canvas raincoats with cape collars, contrast quilting and shearling lapels struck a preppy note, as did silk skirts with linear pattern play

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Celine RTW Fall 2020

Hedi Slimane has carved out his Celine ethos decisively and unapologetically — he mines the bourgeois Seventies. Period. In the past he’s done it with a focus on a single look. Last season it was jeans and a jacket, and before that, culottes. For fall, he offered a veritable lexicon, at least for women, of every look you can possibly think of from the polished side of the decade. For men, his focus was tighter.
Slimane’s show notes referred to the collection as “unisex”, and said, “the men’s looks can be for women and vice versa, including the bags.” (He brought back the Sulky from 1966, which looked great.) Yet while there was very clear crossover — the frilled blouse was an essential component for both — they each played to different archetypes of the era. Once again, the women depicted the chic bourgeoisie. They wore pretty bow-neck shirtdresses with fluid skirts; trim jackets over those frilled blouses and skinny flared pants, walking shorts, or skirts from mini to mid-calf and an impressive array of coats. Slimane’s ideal man is a cool rock god with gentle dandy persona, in polished, lean silhouettes. Jackets anchored the looks for both women and men,

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Rick Owens RTW Fall 2020

You might have gathered from his galavanting across the California desert in a Moncler kitted-out Airstream trailer (and showing off his killer abs on Instagram), that Rick Owens, the once geeky kid from Porterville, has been on a bit of a nostalgic trip lately. He’s mined his Mixtec heritage and the rock gods of his youth for his runways, first Kiss designer Larry LeGaspi, and now Gary Numan, godfather of electronica and star of the sublimely Rick-titled 2016 doc, “Android in La La Land.”
In true form, the designer contacted Numan, humbly asking if he could remix some tunes for his show soundtrack. And he said “yes,” opening up the floodgates for Owens to explore his teendom in the dystopian Eighties, when Numan’s calculated artifice railed against “the banality of a decaying world” — not unlike the one we’re living in today, plagued by killer viruses and apathetic politicians.
“He’s always considered a C-list David Bowie…but I like that he was more obscure and more underground…he is repetitive, hypnotic, more alien and sleek than Bowie,” said Owens, likening his leather jumpsuits and expressionlessness to a cartoon of a German artist.
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Guy Laroche RTW Fall 2020

For fall, Richard René tried his hand at upcycling. Scouring the Internet, he turned up a dozen Guy Laroche vintage pieces, and took a stab at it — or them. 
René dipped a printed blue silk dress from the late Eighties in black ink, turning it into a blouse and paired it with high-waisted wool trousers, completing the look with a repurposed wool trenchcoat — from the Seventies this time — and adding a layer of patent leather fish scales. It looked good and felt modern. 
Another dress, equally suitable for the era of office secretaries with hair-sprayed hairdos, was updated as a chic evening gown, the waist drawn in and the skirt stretched down, with fat strips of patent leather to add length. 
He also found bolts of ivory, crepe fabric from the Seventies which he worked into new designs — the material clung to the body like a “Star Trek” suit, looking sleek and sensual as a jumpsuit, or a hip-hugging dress with prominent shoulders, but a bit awkward as a pleated skirt-blouse combo. 
With no production — there hasn’t been in three years — and a limited budget, René’s experiment in upcycling has turned up a compelling proposition for a brand

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Koché RTW Fall 2020

Christelle Kocher’s fall collection was the first since her Koché label joined forces with Renzo Rosso’s fashion group OTB, and it showed.
Set in a cavernous hall at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, the coed display had a nocturnal ambience, accentuated by the dingy lighting generated by floor projectors. It opened with one of her signature polo dresses, only done in black leather with dramatic leg-of-mutton sleeves.
Leveraging OTB’s expertise in denim through its flagship brand Diesel, Kocher had a field day with the material, sending out Canadian tuxedos galore. A patchwork shirt was paired with a skirt with a sweeping train, while those puffy sleeves were worked into a tight-fitting blouse tucked into a low-crotched pair of baggy jeans.
“I wanted it to be an evolution because this new partnership we have with Renzo is like a new beginning for the brand, with the opportunity to use high-quality manufacturers,” she said backstage. “It’s about how I can bring my personal touch to it through the cuts and embellishment.”
While a mosaic-style denim pant and skirt looked a little bulky, Kocher hit her stride with embroidered and embellished jeans, paired with a bodysuit studded with Swarovski crystals and topped with heaps of pearls and

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Kenneth Ize RTW Fall 2020

It’s not often that a debut show at Paris Fashion Week can boast Naomi Campbell on the runway. The British model, wearing a colorful-striped belted trenchcoat, closed Kenneth Ize’s runway display on the opening day of the French shows, in a sign of the growing importance of African fashion on the international stage.
“She made this happen, to be fair. She’s part of the journey since Day One in my career,” said the Nigerian designer, a finalist for last year’s LVMH Prize for Young Designers.
She wasn’t the only heavy hitter on hand. Model-turned-designer Liya Kebede applauded from the front row as a diverse cast paraded in Ize’s colorful coed creations, in a blend of patterned knits, Austrian lace and his signature striped aso oke cloth with fringed hems.
To be sure, Ize’s designs are not for shrinking violets. A fearless colorist, he loves piling on the striped motifs, layering up to three different patterns on a single look. And why wouldn’t you, when the handwoven fabrics — an emerald shirt and pants with a fringed belt in particular — seemed to positively shimmer with color.
But what was truly striking was the way he blended traditional and modern silhouettes. Alton Mason’s checked tunic

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Boss RTW Fall 2020

Ingo Wilts wants to bring a bit of color to his Boss collections — and surprise people by doing so. “Typically everybody says that the Boss palette is centered around dark navy, green and black, to which we reply: not this time,” Wilts said backstage.
The tone was set from the first look at the venue: a lilac carpeted music hall in which guests sipped matching mauve smoothies while waiting for the show to start. Models walked out to a live string orchestra wearing a precise curation of colors to complement the traditional black, navy and gray Boss looks. Lilac, a daring tone for men’s wear, looked particularly good on masculine suits, while the hue freshened up an oversized duster coat and snuggly knitted polo neck jumper for women. Rust tones brought warmth to leather coats and trousers for men, as did pops of orange on parkas and faux-fur coats.
Texture was added in the form of long fringes on suits, sleeveless dresses and leather handbags, a nod to the Charleston dresses of the Roaring Twenties in honor of the new decade, and zebra patterns on coats, skirts and men’s jackets. “We didn’t want a print that was just a print,

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Max Mara Atelier Fall 2020

German painter Anselm Kiefer, known for the use of natural, raw materials, served as inspiration for the Max Mara Atelier fall collection, which spanned 14 coat designs crafted from a wide range of fabrics. From a mannish style to a cape-like design and the effortless cardigan coat, the collection played with a restrained palette of  autumnal colors, such as burgundy, brown and gray. Luxury materials, including doubled cashmere, alpaca, camel hair, shearling and mohair were paired with special details, such as leather inserts, as well as fox-fur collars and detachable vests.
WWD Critique: Max Mara’s hero product, the coat, was exalted in a wide range of timeless investment pieces.

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Giorgio Armani to Hold Fall 2020 Show Behind Closed Doors

CHANGE OF PLANS: Giorgio Armani said late Saturday evening that his signature brand’s women’s fall show will be held behind closed doors, “given the recent developments of the coronavirus in Italy.”
“The show will be filmed in an empty theater, without press and buyers” and will be visible on Armani.com, the brand’s Instagram and Facebook accounts at 5 p.m. CET, the company said in a brief note.
The designer was meant to hold two shows, at 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. CET, in his Via Bergognone headquarters, closing Milan Fashion Week, which kicked off on Feb. 19. “The decision was made to avoid exposing guests to any dangers to their health,” said the company. Armani held his Emporio Armani fall show on Friday.
As reported a few hours earlier, international eyewear trade show Mido has postponed its upcoming edition slated to run Feb. 29 to March 2 at Milan’s Rho-Fiera fairgrounds due to uncertainty over the coronavirus epidemic in Italy.
The fair’s organizer said the trade show would be held between the end of May and early June.
As of Saturday night, according to media reports, 60 Italians were diagnosed with the virus in the past two days, including 47 people in the Lombardy region, of which one resides on the

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Loro Piana RTW Fall 2020

Loro Piana looked toward the Big Apple for fall, taking inspiration from both New York’s urban landscape and the warm tones of Central Park in the autumn. Skyscrapers inspired a structured coat made of melton cashmere in pale green, held together by a chunky light brown belt, as well as a brown baby cashmere trench with raglan sleeves. A long, ribbed, baby cashmere dress with side slits had a slightly padded turtleneck, so that the collar stays rigid, and was worn over a chic pair of cashmere trousers in matching beige.
The cashmere specialist added two technical innovations this season: the studio managed to work vicuna into jersey, which is no mean feat as the wool is so fine, and introduced its interpretation of eco-fur in the form of “cash-fur” fleece jackets, which took more than a year to develop. The material was applied to cute teddy bear-like jackets in light brown and cream, which were fully reversible. Cashmere-lined rain boots and a Forget Me Not line of accessories destined to hold all the things that have a tendency to get lost — leather phone and water bottle holders, lipstick cases and even earphone pouches — completed the range.

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Gucci RTW Fall 2020

Is fashion a religion? Alessandro Michele thinks it’s pretty close, with the runway show its most revered ritual. Michele dedicated his fall Gucci collection to the multitiered ritual of designing, making, staging and viewing a fashion show. He spoke of the show ritual in intimate terms, and seemed to channel old-school insider passions.
“Fashion is a complex mechanism, it’s theatrical. All of us work for this ritual, that is almost religious,” Michele said during his post-show press conference, a session filled once again with deep fashion thoughts delivered in a stream-of-consciousness monologue, save for a question or two interjected by a couple of intrepid journalists. Before he was finished, Michele would liken fashion to a circus as well as religion, and his creative role to that of a doctor and physicist. He would explain snippets of his soundtrack — the Fellini voiceover (he’s “talking about the sacredness of cinema and how much ritual there is) and Ravel’s Bolero (“a march that seems to keep going indefinitely”).
Fashion believers, Michele claimed, want to break free but can’t. “It traps you. We are all trapped. Everybody — the hairstylists, the makeup artists, everybody working together so hectically — we all say that one day

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A.L.C. RTW Fall 2020

Andrea Lieberman is direct in her design approach and evolution for A.L.C. “I never think it’s a radical departure for us,” she noted. “It’s very focused on our girl, her story, her life, her needs. For me, I definitely feel like it’s a lot about keeping things modern.”
To that end, she focused on classic items meant to round out a covetable wardrobe: Think tailoring, knitwear and jeans cut with a preppy Seventies spirit. She brought in interesting textures with chintz pleated fabrics and drapey, side-ruched corduroy tops tucked into the perfect high-waisted straight-leg jeans. A warm palette of auburn, sumac and earth tones made a roomy coat, furry jacket, sweaters and clingy knits more inviting. A tight pink polo cut with a low neckline maintained the perfect balance of nostalgia, proportion play and attitude. “These are things she puts in her closet,” Lieberman concluded. They fill “a real need in a woman’s wardrobe in a modern, sexy and effortless way.”

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Burberry RTW Fall 2020

Burberry is burnishing its green credentials, staging its first carbon-neutral show under the soaring Victorian arches of Olympia London and planning to reforest areas of Australia destroyed by the bush fires, among other environmental moves.
The fall show set — a mix of the elegant and the raw — reflected this new mood: The space was chilly and the floors bare. The latter still had markings on them from the latest trade show.
By contrast, the rectangular catwalk had a deco feel with little mirrored panels lining the sides, while pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque played live on stage as models strutted.
Burberry creative director Riccardo Tisci admitted he’s getting to grips with green fashion, and it remains a work in progress. “It isn’t 100 percent developed yet. We do a lot of nylon, but to get the right nylon is difficult. Nobody has good quality yet,” he said, adding that he still loves real fur.
“I did fur for all of my career because I used to do couture, but I don’t miss it. Now there are so many alternatives that look real, but it is still very expensive because of the technology,” the designer said.
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Simone Rocha RTW Fall 2020

Simone Rocha looked underwater for inspiration for fall. She sprinkled elements of sea life throughout the collection, but in classic Rocha style, nothing felt literal or too straight-forward.
There were earrings that resembled shark teeth, heavily knotted deconstructed knits that brought ropes to mind and pearl-encrusted net bags to mirror “sailors’ nets catching pearls.”
Rocha did not stop there — she also brought in ideas of baptism clothes in the floral-embroidered borders on her crisp cotton shirt dresses and elsewhere added a tougher, more punk edge via the big red heart appliqués she added to tulle skirts. She melded it all with her own distinct vocabulary: tulle dresses, puff shoulders, bows and glitter galore that fit right into the grand setting of the neo-classical Mayfair mansion Lancaster House, where the show was staged across multiple rooms.
New and old references came together to create a charming mash-up of materials, colors and textures that was true to the brand’s signature style. But Rocha also offered plenty of new ideas to take in: She added a bigger dose of tailoring and made it hers by splicing blazers and adding tulle or regal satin drapes on the shoulders, as well as more graphic, playful prints featuring anchors

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David Koma RTW Fall 2020

David Koma staged his fall 2020 show at the Leadenhall building, the same East London skyscraper he picked last season.
This time around he went 42 floors up, though, perhaps a sign of his intention to up the ante, take more risks and “close one chapter and start a new one.”
He did that by paying homage to London, “the city that made his dreams come true,” and by melding new and old ideas in a collection packed with attitude and confidence.
The embellished, body-hugging dresses were familiar, but there was also a wider offer of well-tailored blazers and mannish coats, embellished knits, denim jumpsuits and a heftier dose of accessories that fit right in with his signature evening dresses.
References to London were apparent throughout, from the prints featuring the city’s skyline to the 3-D crystal-embellished minidresses that were shaped like landmark buildings and could double as armor.
What stood out was how Koma was unafraid to play with bad taste, be it the extra-large crystal brooches on a cropped jacket, the corsets layered over T-shirts or the letters hanging off a high slit spelling out London.
It was all exaggerated and in-your-face, capturing the city’s wonderfully eccentric nature.
As his business, which just turned 10,

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Matty Bovan RTW Fall 2020

It was bonkers in the best, most joyful way possible: Think tinsel curtains turned into headpieces, larger-than-life wigs, rolls of fabrics attached to the garments and any material combination one could imagine possible, from bejeweled denim and brocade to stiff pin-striped wool patched together with casual jersey and tulle.
Matty Bovan wanted to create an “out-of-body” and “out-of-proportion” experience that challenges people and pushes their perception of taste. That’s why he focused on exaggerated silhouettes that created distorted, angular shapes around models’ hips and backs and mixed all sorts of materials together to create a crafty, undone look.
The bright colors and rich textures only helped make Bovan’s visual feast more exciting: He custom-made a metallic brocade fabric that was morphed into draped jackets and big-volume dresses and showcased his impressive knitting skills with a range of intarsia-knit pieces featuring graphic patterns and the word “Exit” all over — a not-so-subtle reference to Britain’s exit from the European Union last month.
“Everyone’s discussing this kind of seismic shift, and what it actually means. You can’t help but think about it — this is just a more joyful interpretation of leaving and going out into the world. It’s not naive, but a celebration of

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The Fall Fashion Essentials Every Outdoorsman Needs for a Weekend Getaway

November, for many, marks the final opportunity to pitch a tent in the woods, take a hike up to a lofty summit, or fly-fish for trout. And as the days get shorter and colder, bundling up for the outdoors becomes the no.1 priority. But just because you have to layer up doesn’t mean you can’t don the latest fall fashion essentials.

When you’re planning a weekend getaway, be sure to pack more than the latest technical gear for your active pursuits. These new fall fashions are the perfect fit for any adventure—and happen to look great, too. Whether you’re in knee-deep water on the creek or climbing in search of a great view, some fall fashion pieces are ideal for any environment.


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Fashionable Must-haves for Fly-fishing (above)

Filson Sherpa Fleece Jacket ($ 165, filson.com); John Varvatos Star USA Randy Sport Shirt ($ 168, johnvarvatos.com); Eddie Bauer Mountain Ops Canvas Pants ($ 149, eddiebauer.com); LaCrosse Snake Country Boot ($ 170, lacrossefootwear.com).

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Cozy Staples for Cabin Getaways

Rag & Bone Garage Jacket ($ 795, rag-bone.com); Woolrich Flannel Overshirt ($ 110, woolrich.com).


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A Stylish Getup for Hiking

Belstaff Patrol Waxed Jacket ($ 850, belstaff.com); O.N.S Austin Mixed Media Shirt ($ 148, onsclothing.com); Bally Techno Fabric Cargo Trousers ($ 650, bally.com) and Cutter Boots ($ 850, bally.com).

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A Casual Outfit for Road Trips and Camping

Buck Mason Denim Two Pocket Field Shirt ($ 125, buckmason.com); ROKA Barton Sunglasses ($ 145, roka.com); Lucky Brand Gallup Jacquard Overshirt ($ 100, luckybrand.com); Michael Kors Performance Cotton Crew ($ 40, macys.com); Paige Lennox Pant ($ 199, paige.com); Danner Bull Run Moc Toe ($ 190, danner.com).

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The Fall Fashion Essentials Every Outdoorsman Needs for a Weekend Getaway

November, for many, marks the final opportunity to pitch a tent in the woods, take a hike up to a lofty summit, or fly-fish for trout. And as the days get shorter and colder, bundling up for the outdoors becomes the no.1 priority. But just because you have to layer up doesn’t mean you can’t don the latest fall fashion essentials.

When you’re planning a weekend getaway, be sure to pack more than the latest technical gear for your active pursuits. These new fall fashions are the perfect fit for any adventure—and happen to look great, too. Whether you’re in knee-deep water on the creek or climbing in search of a great view, some fall fashion pieces are ideal for any environment.


Our 2019 Fall Fashion Preview, Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Fashionable Must-haves for Fly-fishing (above)

Filson Sherpa Fleece Jacket ($ 165, filson.com); John Varvatos Star USA Randy Sport Shirt ($ 168, johnvarvatos.com); Eddie Bauer Mountain Ops Canvas Pants ($ 149, eddiebauer.com); LaCrosse Snake Country Boot ($ 170, lacrossefootwear.com).

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Cozy Staples for Cabin Getaways

Rag & Bone Garage Jacket ($ 795, rag-bone.com); Woolrich Flannel Overshirt ($ 110, woolrich.com).


Designer Billy Reid on How to Look Fit and the One Thing Every Guy Should Do Before a Big Event

Grooming by Ellin Guhin for See Management
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A Stylish Getup for Hiking

Belstaff Patrol Waxed Jacket ($ 850, belstaff.com); O.N.S Austin Mixed Media Shirt ($ 148, onsclothing.com); Bally Techno Fabric Cargo Trousers ($ 650, bally.com) and Cutter Boots ($ 850, bally.com).

Grooming by Ellin Guhin for See Management
Chris Callaway for Men's Journal

A Casual Outfit for Road Trips and Camping

Buck Mason Denim Two Pocket Field Shirt ($ 125, buckmason.com); ROKA Barton Sunglasses ($ 145, roka.com); Lucky Brand Gallup Jacquard Overshirt ($ 100, luckybrand.com); Michael Kors Performance Cotton Crew ($ 40, macys.com); Paige Lennox Pant ($ 199, paige.com); Danner Bull Run Moc Toe ($ 190, danner.com).

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The Best-Smelling Fall Colognes for Men

Clothes make the man, as the saying goes, but we’d argue a signature scent is pretty damn influential, too. Fall fragrances especially. They have more depth and complexity than the bright, citrusy scents of summer, adding some intrigue and mystery to a man.

After all, when it comes to men’s grooming, very little changes from one year to the next. Beards grow in the cold, then disappear with the sun. Hairstyle trends make some waves—with celebrities and shows inspiring legions of men to go for something new, like a period-style cut à la Peaky Blinders.

That’s why fragrance is the most exciting part of the industry: Scents evolve with each season, and they transport the recipient like a song. That’s far more than moisturizer or conditioner can do (but please don’t stop using either of those).


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Moreover, fall is one of the more dynamic seasons when it comes to scents. Below are five standouts from the 2019 freshman class (No.1 Arquiste Misfit EDP to No.6 Henry Rose Fog EDP), as well as five autumnal alumni (No.6 Costume National Homme EDP to No.10 Chanel Bleu de Chanel EDP) that deserve perennial accolades. Upgrade your signature scent with one of these, and you’ll feel like a new man, guaranteed.

1. Arquiste Misfit EDP

Misfit is aptly named because of its centerpiece note, patchouli. What was once the scent of choice for the bourgeois was eventually abandoned and left to the bohemians. In other fragrances, patchouli can polarize, but in Misfit, it’s magnetic because of its subtlety. Its newest scent, Arquiste, is another win from one of the fragrance world’s most exciting brands. It’s rounded and soothed by notes of carrot seed, ambrette, tonka, and lavender. Already, I’m getting prompted by friends and strangers, both men and women alike: “What’s that you’re wearing?” That is the highest compliment, and always happens when I wear Arquiste. Since the scent doesn’t launch ‘till December (hey, it’s still technically fall!), you can pre-order now to get it in time for the holidays.

[$ 190 for 100 ml, shipping late November; parfumo.net]

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2. Bvlgari Man Wood Neroli EDP

A citrusy, sunnier addition to Bvlgari’s “Man” collection, Man Wood Neroli embraces the brand’s Italian heritage. In an effort to bottle that Mediterranean essence—primarily of coastal woods and seaside light—this scent is tiered with notes of neroli (of course), cedarwood, leather, and musk. It’s heftier than most Mediterranean scents, but more uplifting than most fall fragrances. For these reasons, Man Wood Neroli is a standout.

[$ 107 for 100 ml; bulgari.com]

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3. Confessions of a Rebel Almost Single EDP

The founders of Scentbird already had a good thing going with their fragrance-trial subscription service. (You can try new scents and switch them up by season at low investments.) But now they’re trialing their own signature fragrances. The first line is called Confessions of a Rebel. Almost Single is the definite leader of the lot—and perfect for fall and winter thanks to notes of black pepper, sandalwood, rosemary, and clary sage. It’s heightened with iris and cardamom, too, giving it a playful balance, which the brand calls “spicy recklessness.” We can’t endorse the underlying message, but we can vouch for its aroma.

[$ 110 for 100 ml; confessionsofarebel.com]

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4. Vam Terrain Fragrance Highlands EDP

The fall’s most intriguing launch is this collaboration between Norlan Glass and acclaimed perfumer Mark Buxton. Together, with Norlan’s creative director, Sruli Recht, Buxton traveled all around Scotland to encapsulate its most notable corners—the Highlands, Isle of Skye, and coasts of Islay. If you’ve got to choose just one (and what a shame that would be), make it Highlands, thanks to the notes that embody Cairngorms National Park: hay, pine needle, cedarwood, oakwood, myrrh, tonka, and watery accord. It’s like crawling out of your tent at sunrise, surrounded by woods, dewy air, and a blanket of optimism. You can pre-order now, as the scent launches in late November.

[$ 90 for 50 ml; accepting pre-orders at norlanglass.com, shipping late November]

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5. Henry Rose Fog EDP

Henry Rose is the olfactive offspring of actress Michelle Pfeiffer. But that doesn’t mean the brand is resting on its laurels, letting the connection do all its work. The offerings are damn good. The best launch, Fog, artfully toes the line between being fresh and musky. Its core note is vetiver, making it ideal for the shoulder seasons and even winter. Just shelve it for summer in favor of Jake’s House.

[$ 120 for 50 ml; henryrose.com]

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6. Costume National Homme EDP

A scent with many faces—crisp, spicy, woody—Homme is a cold-weather staple for warm personalities. You’ll get brightness from grapefruit; spice from cardamom and cinnamon; and musk from patchouli and sandalwood.

[$ 165 for 100 ml; us.costumenationalscents.com]

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7. Acqua di Parma Colonia Oud EDC

It doesn’t get any more classic than Acqua di Parma’s summery Colonia. So it’s no surprise that the fall-fashioned Oud is just as essential for grayer days. They’ve added gravity and sweetness to the original recipe.

[$ 245 for 100 ml; sephora.com]

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8. Ermenegildo Zegna Indonesian Oud EDP

Speaking of oud, Zegna’s combines the lavish ingredient with bergamot, rose, and patchouli for an intensely attractive aroma.

[$ 220 for 100 ml; zegna.us]

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9. Tom Ford F*cking Fabulous EDP

You don’t invest in a fragrance with this kind of name (and price tag) and expect it to be anything but ab-so-f*ck-ing-lute-ly fabulous. Leather, tonka, and almond combine to deliver on that promise.

[$ 450 for 100 ml; tomford.com]

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10. Chanel Bleu de Chanel EDP

Calling this a safe bet would be selling it short. Bleu is one of the all-time classics, and you probably know a few guys who already wear it. It’s one of the few fragrances you can order without smelling and trust that its crisp, woody, and spicy notes will enrapture.

[$ 120 for 100ml; chanel.com]

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When I Fall In Love – Chris Botti

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When I Fall In Love

Chris Botti

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 28, 2004

© ℗ 2004 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

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DC Comics on TV: Fall 2014 Graphic Novel Primer – Various Authors

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DC Comics on TV: Fall 2014 Graphic Novel Primer

Various Authors

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: September 21, 2014

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics.


Prepare yourself for the upcoming DC Comics 2014 Fall TV schedule with these essential reads featuring preview pages from GREEN ARROW: YEAR ONE #1, THE FLASH #1, GOTHAM CENTRAL #1, JOHN CONSTANTINE, HELLBLAZER #1, and CONSTANTINE #1! Along with previews from these best-selling titles, this special one-shot includes suggested further graphic novel reading for fans looking to learn more about these dynamite characters before they explode onto the TV screen!

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Fall Fashion Edit: The Most Stylish Eyeglasses You Can Buy Online

We’re a culture that thrives on instant gratification. Shopping is evidence of that. Why make a trip to a brick-and-mortar store when you can browse for everyday essentials from your couch, then have them delivered to your door in a matter of days? For some time there were exceptions to this convenience. For instance, buying prescription eyeglasses required multiple visits to get an eye exam, work with an optician to find a flattering pair of frames, then wait for them to be made before you could get prescription eyeglasses. But now, you can bypass the middleman. So long as you have a current prescription (yes, you still need a yearly eye exam), you can upload your script and get a pair of eyeglasses shipped right to you.

We spoke with Kim Nemser, vice president of product strategy at Warby Parker, the brand that started the craze, for some must-know tips and tricks. Once you’re armed with the necessary knowledge, check out our favorite new frames of fall 2019. They’ll give you the fresh start you need.

The Best Styles for Each Face Shape

Geometry plays a considerable role, but you ultimately want to pick frames that look and feel good. “Beyond considering your face shape, it’s important to consider the width of your face, especially with optical frames,” says Nemser. “Wide frames can overwhelm narrow features, and frames that are too narrow can result in an incorrect fit.” Here’s the quick and dirty on the most flattering frames for your face shape:

Round: “Try a graphic frame,” Nemser says. “Think: a rectangular pair with more pronounced angles and edges.”
Diamond/Square: “Juxtaposition is key,” Nemser explains. “With an angular shape, go with a style that has softer edges. Round-lensed frames balance out strong jawlines or cheekbones.”
Heart: “Heart-shaped faces can pull off the aviator style—a tried-and-true shape with smooth lines that complements a wider forehead,” Nemser says.
Oval: “An oval-shaped face is great for most frames, since the ratio of your facial features is balanced,” Nemser says.

Choosing Colors to Match Your Skin Tone and Hair

You’ve probably heard that cooler skin tones look best in blues and greens, while reds and oranges flatter warmer skin tones, but there’s no hard and fast rule with eyeglasses. “Frame color is usually a personal preference, based off what people are most drawn to,” Nemser says. “Green has been trending in the market, and we introduced a ‘rosemary crystal’ this August. We’ve also seen bold tortoises, matte colorways, and graphic two-toned acetates continuing to do well.”

Embrace Your Quirks, Know Your Fit

It’s easy to assume you just need to tighten the arms of your glasses in order to ensure a proper fit, but there’s actually more at play here. Here’s how to tell if you’ve found a pair of well-fitting frames, according to Nemser:

Pupils are near the center of each lens
Lenses don’t extend past the sides of your face
Eyebrows are above the glasses
Temples sit comfortably on your ears (and aren’t too tight or too loose)
When you smile, your cheeks don’t push the frames up

“We know how important it is to find the right fit, so we offer a few no-risk ways to try on frames before purchasing,” Nemser adds. “Through our Home Try-On program, we’ll send you five frames for free to try on for size. If instant gratification is your thing, you can try on frames virtually through our app on an iPhone X. Alternatively, pop into any one of of our retail locations, and our advisors are happy to help—plus we offer a 30-day, no-hassle return policy for any frame purchase.”

Note that brands have sizing options—like wide and narrow fits—depending on the frame. For instance, Warby Parker has “low-bridge” fit for people with low nose bridges (if the bridge of your nose sits level with or below the pupils), wide faces, and/or high cheekbones. “They help keep frames from sliding down your face, resting on your cheeks, or pinching,” she explains. All of those factors indicate an improper fit.

“We also offer variations in nose pads (for less tension and to reduce slipping), lens tilt (to provide space between the cheekbones and the frames), and curved temples (creating a roomy fit, reducing pinching and any pain).” That said, if you’ve struggled to find comfortable frames in the past, it’s worth going to a brick-and-mortar store rather than shopping online so a professional can help you optimize your frames.

Consider a Specialty Lens

For the most part, it’s always best to consult an optometrist if you’re unsure whether you want a specific lens. “We offer blue-light-filtering lenses for everyday wear, for those who want to protect their eyes from UVA rays, UVB rays, and blue light,” Nemser says. “They filter more blue light from the sun and other sources than standard polycarbonate lenses and can be added to any frames with or without a prescription. For those who wear glasses every day, our standard lens options are treated with anti-reflective, scratch-resistant coatings, and come standard with impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses that block 100% of UVA and UVB rays.”

Tips for the At-home, Try-on Process

“At Warby Parker, we usually recommend starting with the quiz to get a sense of what frame shape, fit, and colors work best for you,” Nemser says. “Once you receive the glasses, you have five days to try them on for size. We recommend wearing each pair for an hour or so to get a feel for the fit. Sharing photos or consulting a friend (or even our Customer Experience team) is encouraged when making a style decision.”

What to Do if Your Eyeglasses Need an Adjustment

“All Warby Parker stores offer free adjustments by trained opticians onsite to ensure your glasses or sunglasses are the perfect fit,” Nemser says. “If there’s not a retail location nearby, we’ll reimburse you the cost of one adjustment (up to $ 50) within 30 days of purchase.”

Oslo by ROKA

ROKA is ideal for guys who want a pair of specs that can keep up with active pursuits—be it boxing, cycling, or CrossFit. The brand uses a patented elastomer along the temple and nose pads that mimics the stickiness of a gecko’s feet, providing a no-slip grip no matter how sweaty you get. This round silhouette will flatter most, but it’s especially great for people with angular features—i.e. a diamond or square face shape. 

[$ 195; roka.com]

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Felix by Warby Parker

Warby Parker is your best bet for a variety of styles, colors, and materials. And as we highlighted above, pretty much guarantees you’ll love your frames what with their online quiz, at-home try-on process, and 30-day return policy. The Felix frame falls between a round and square style, so it’s a stellar match for most face shapes. The acetate comes in classic and trending colors—like Pacific Crystal shown here—and is brand new for fall 2019. 

[Starting at $ 95; warbyparker.com]

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Burberry frame via LensCrafters

Shop LensCrafters for frames from designers you know and love. The selection isn’t huge, but the upside to that is it isn’t overwhelming. The site is user-friendly, with an index of information on each style, like the frame size, material, shape, and what face shape they’ll look best on. This rectangular Burberry BE2298 frame is an excellent choice to offset round or oval faces. 

[from $ 240; lenscrafters.com]

 

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Yucca Aviator Glasses by Zenni Optical

Zenni Optical is a one-stop shop for the guy who wants it all. Need a frame with lenses that block UV and blue light, or a clip-on pair that has a detachable sunshade? You’ll find it all here. You can also shop for kids’ frames, and the site has an exhaustive amount of information on everything from ordering glasses online to workspace progressives. Heart-shaped faces do well with aviator styles; the shape balances out a wider forehead.

[from $ 29.95; zennioptical.com]

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Zenith by Ambr Eyewear

If you’re in the market for blue-light blocking glasses, select a style from Ambr Eyewear. Most brands’ options have orange-tinted lenses that can alter your color perception, but these look like typical eyeglasses (whether you’re wearing them or someone’s admiring from afar). The rounded shape of these Zenith frames will soften the angular features of a square face.

[from $ 62; ambreyewear.com]

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When We Fall – J.H. Croix

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When We Fall

J.H. Croix

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: January 11, 2017

Publisher: J.H. Croix

Seller: Frisky Fox Publishing, LLC


Just friends. Right? Lacey Adams is a tomboy of the highest order. She lives and breathes independence and most certainly doesn’t need a man. Until life throws her a curveball, and she falls right into the arms of her best friend. Quinn is conveniently strong enough to catch Lacey’s fall. Lacey suddenly notices Quinn is smokin’ hot. She’s in danger of melting on the spot, so it’s handy she doesn’t have to worry about falling. Except maybe she does. Quinn long ago gave up ever thinking he might have a chance with Lacey. Until one kiss changes everything. Lacey falls into Quinn’s arms for nothing to do with love, but she can’t escape the sparks flying between them. Meanwhile, she’s facing down a challenge to the strength that defines her and finds herself turning to Quinn for support in ways she never imagined. Sometimes when you stumble and fall, you discover who’s there to catch you. *All novels in this series are full-length standalone novels with an HEA.

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VanGlam Magazine Fall Issue – Gus McTavish

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VanGlam Magazine Fall Issue

Volume 1

Gus McTavish

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: October 1, 2012

Publisher: GmC Publishing

Seller: Gus McTavish


A pictorial essay of Western personalities complete with in-depth profiles. We believe all of these people and their stories will be interesting and inspiring to most men and women, and the imagery both flattering and enjoyable to all

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The Fall of Hobo Johnson – Hobo Johnson

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The Fall of Hobo Johnson

Hobo Johnson

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: September 13, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Reprise Records

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Gear Up for Fall With Great Autumn Looks On Sale

As the days get shorter and the shadows grow long, it’s not too early to think about your fall wardrobe. Right now at Macy’s, there’s a fall sale where you can get fantastic autumn essentials to get you through the shoulder season. They’re all on sale and ready to wear for fall, go let’s get shopping.

We’ve cobbled together nine great items below, from lightweight jackets to chukkas and Chelseas. Any of these stylish items will be a fantastic addition to your autumn arsenal. There is a sweet rain jacket from The North Face, and a legendary Levi’s denim jacket that’s the perfect, perpetual top layer. And a great selection of boots that are perfect for the office or campus.

So. Many. Boots.

We’ve even included a couple of waterproof boots that will serve you well into wintertime and beyond, because they’re such a great deal right now. And prices on winter gear will only go up, anyway. The 6-inch blonde Timberlands are a cold-weather staple for any guy, and we won’t see prices this low until the holidays—if then. Pair them with classic blue jeans and a pullover, and you’ve got your winter base layer.

Lay(er) Up!

Of course, a simple, unadorned black cotton hoodie is the ideal autumn go-to. This Tommy Hilfiger hoodie is perfect for wearing between classes or to the gym. It’s got a dark, crisp colorway but a soft, lived-in feel. Wear it as a mid-layer between shirt and jacket, and you’re set until spring—probably further.

And if you’re finally ready to upgrade your old leather jacket for some fresh skin, right now you can get into a classy-yet-edgy, zip-up leather bomber jacket by Cole Haan that’s marked down nearly $ 200 off its regular price. This gorgeous leather jacket will last for years. The lining is polyester, so you won’t have to wait till winter to wear it. Throw it over a t-shirt and it’s ready to rock right now.

So get over to Macy’s today and grab these fall sale deals before they’re gone.

Timberland 6-inch Basic Waterproof Boot

Despite the trends, this legendary blonde 6-inch waterproof workboot is always in style. It boasts 400g of prima loft insulation for warmth and protection. While the upper is pure leather, the lining is made with 50 percent recycled PET, for breathable comfort. These could be the only boots you need this fall and winter.

Get It: Save 10% on the Timberland Basic Waterproof Boot ($ 130; was $ 145) at Macy’s

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Levi’s Denim Trucker Jacket

A true classic never goes out of style. The original jean jacket since 1962 features a standard fit with a hem that hits below the waist and welt hand pockets. For a slim, tailored fit, order true to size; size up for a more relaxed fit that’s ideal for layering over a hoodie or sweater. Several washes are marked down, including white and camo.

Get It: Save up to 40% on the Levi’s Denim Trucker Jacket ($ 54; was $ 90) at Macy’s

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Calvin Klein Rixley Suede Chelsea Boots

Throw a curveball at the typical Chelsea boot everyone else is wearing this fall with the sinister silhouette of these slip-ons. With gore detailing and a comfortable insole, they’re ready to rock till spring.

Get It: Save 20% on Calvin Klein Rixley Suede Chelsea Boots ($ 108; was $ 135) at Macy’s

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Clarks Bushacre 2 Chukka Boots

Every man needs at least one pair of chukkas in his autumn arsenal. And Clarks are one of the best you can buy. The classic casual silhouette is updated with a soft mauve shade of handsome suede.

Get It: Save 63% on Clarks Bushacre 2 Chukka Boots ($ 41; was $ 110) at Macy’s 

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The North Face Resolve 2 Waterproof Jacket

A pop of color and relaxed fit add style to the water- and windproof protection of this jacket. Several colors are available. It’s has a breathable shell with sealed seams, an attached hood, and a front-zip closure with Velcro storm flap.

Get It: Save up to 40% on The North Face Resolve 2 Waterproof Jacket (starting at $ 34; was $ 90) at Macy’s

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BearPaw Spencer Chukka Boots

Slide your feet into these bad boys and stay cozy all autumn long. Showcasing a classic chukka silhouette and lace-up styling, they funk it up with a rubber sneaker-sole and a padded tongue. Also available in dark grey.

Get It: Save 50% on BearPaw Spencer Chukka Boots ($ 37; was $ 73) at Macy’s

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Woolrich Squatch Waterproof Leather Boots

Woolrich takes a waterproof upper that rises above the ankle and melds it with rustproof metal eyelets and a wool lining to create a comfortable fit and a warm feel. Contrast stitching and a moc toe complete the package.

Get It: Save 50% on Woolrich Squatch Waterproof Leather Boots ($ 100; was $ 200) at Macy’s

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Tommy Hilfiger Plains Drawstring Hoodie

A lived in-feel and a fresh, crisp look make this fall wardrobe staple something of a contradiction—a really, really comfortable contradiction. With a kangaroo pocket and subdued breast logo, it’s a cotton/poly blend that’s machine washable.

Get It: Save 25% on Tommy Hilfiger Plains Drawstring Hoodie ($ 67; was $ 90) at Macy’s

 

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Until I Fall – Claudia Burgoa

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Until I Fall

Claudia Burgoa

Genre: Military

Publish Date: April 1, 2017

Publisher: Claudia Burgoa

Seller: Literally Alpaca Illustrations, LLC


Aspen I gave my heart to a Navy SEAL.&#xa0; He took it with him to his grave.&#xa0; Eleven years later, ignoring the yawning void is as automatic as breathing. Working brutal hours, dating a comfortably commitment-phobic guy, hanging with my best friends. Anything until exhaustion—or an extra glass of wine—claims my consciousness. My neighbor’s handsome, enigmatic son invades my comfort zone.&#xa0; He says he’s a tattoo artist. But Anderson Hawkins’ piercing green eyes, mastery of the short answer, weird schedule, and military ink tell a different story.&#xa0; His touch ignites a long-dead flame inside me. A flame I’m afraid to examine too closely, even as I’m drawn to its heat. Anderson I retired from Delta Force&#xa0; Now I work at a high-intelligence security agency But working undercover isn’t the adrenaline rush it used to be.&#xa0; For one thing, my Mom’s illness shifted my priorities to finding a way to save her. For another, her neighbor next door, whose prickly defenses belie the unflinchingly caring heart underneath, has slipped under my skin. Now my mission is to convince her it’s safe to unlock her heart. Because I’m ready to give her mine. Note:&#xa0; This contemporary romance contains a wary, overworked doctor who’s a military widow in every way but name, an ex-military hero accustomed to treading dangerous ground, brought together by a few unexpected twists and turns—and maybe the machinations of a cute dog.&#xa0; Read it today

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Max Payne 3: After the Fall – Dan Houser & Sam Lake

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Max Payne 3: After the Fall

Dan Houser & Sam Lake

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: June 18, 2012

Publisher: Rockstar Games

Seller: Rockstar Games


Max Payne 3 Issue #1: "After the Fall", the first chapter in the three part Max Payne 3 comic series is now available in digital form. Beginning with a confrontation at a dive bar in Hoboken from Max Payne 3, "After the Fall" then flashes back to tell the story of Max's troubled upbringing – shedding new light on Max's life through key events from Max Payne and Max Payne 2.

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Our 2019 Fall Fashion Preview, Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is joking—or maybe not—when he says that the title of his breakout movie should be Aquaman: I Watched It on a Plane. Evidently that’s what some people tell him upon learning that he played the villain Black Manta opposite Jason Momoa’s marine superhero. It made $ 1 billion, so folks saw it in theaters, too.

Haven’t flown much lately? Then maybe you recognize Abdul-Mateen II from his first role, playing Cadillac on Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down, a Netflix series about the rise of hip-hop in the 1970s. You might also know him as Karl, the lead in the latest season of Black Mirror. Little kids who saw Abdul-Mateen II in The Greatest Showman opposite Hugh Jackman joyfully tackle him. Still not ringing any bells? Just wait for his starring role in an adaptation of DC Comics’ Watchmen on HBO, opposite Regina King, out in October.

 

 

In fairness, Google can’t quite place him, either. The search engine says he’s an architect. Here’s what happened: The now 33-year-old was an undergrad at U.C. Berkeley, studying architecture, the fulfillment of a childhood dream to be in construction like his father. (Rejected career choices, circa age 5, include: basketball player, boxer, race car—as in an actual automobile.) He needed an elective, and a teammate from track recommended he take acting. “At the end of the semester,” he says, “the teacher told me, ‘You know, you’re pretty good. You should take some more classes,’” He did.

So the man can act. And he wears the hell out of some retro-inspired clothes. They reflect his own just-over-the-top style. “In college, before a party,” he says, “I’d ask my roommates, ‘How does this look?’ They’d say, ‘Stupid.’ I’d say, ‘Good.’”


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Abdul-Mateen II wears two silver rings, one encircled by fleurs-de-lis, the symbol of New Orleans. He grew up there, before his family moved to the Bay Area.

He has with him two duffels. Those, and photos of his mother and late father, constitute the bulk of his immediate possessions. Abdul-Mateen II is a nomad, living on location or crashing among five older siblings.

Abdul-Mateen II’s family, and a few close friends, help him navigate his career. “I have to be careful,” he says. “Right now there are plenty of opportunities to say yes. I can get offered a role I should turn down, but think, ‘I can make that into something.’” He’s choosy about who he works with, like Jordan Peele, his director in Us and producer of Candyman, which Abdul-Mateen II is set to star in next year. Also indie filmmaker Zeresenay Mehari, who directed him and Dakota Fanning in the upcoming Sweetness in the Belly.

And Abdul-Mateen II is also writing a ton. It started on the set of Aquaman. He was scheduled to shoot at the very start of production and at the tail end. The middle three months was a slog of lifting weights just to stay in bad-guy shape. During lonely hours at the gym, he started dreaming up stories. “I lay out a blueprint,” he says, “with pictures on a board, lines connecting them, taking advantage of the fact that I think three-dimensionally.” He’s an architect, after all.


The Best Colognes and Scents You’ll Want to Wear All Year Long

It’s clear the star of HBO’s Watchmen is caught between up-and-coming and here-and-now. As for his style—that, you’ll see, is timeless. Here’s our 2019 fall fashion preview featuring Abdul-Mateen II; check the credits to get the looks for yourself.

Get the Look (shown above): Canali Unlined Double-breasted Coat ($ 3,650, canali.com); MSGM Turtleneck ($ 410, msgm.it); Tommy Hilfiger Icon Trucker Jacket ($ 169, usa .tommy.com); Levi’s Made & Crafted LMC 511 Jean ($ 148, levi.com)

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Get the look: Todd Snyder + Champion Satin Coach’s Jacket ($ 498, toddsnyder.com); Scotch & Soda Mixed Print Shirt ($ 88, select Scotch & Soda stores); Fendi Gray Knit Turtleneck ($ 750, fendi.com); Girard-Perregaux Laureato Absolute WW.TC Watch ($ 13,300, wempe.com); 3.1 Phillip Lim Classic Track Pants ($ 350, eastdane.com).

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Get the look: Louis Vuitton Double Layer Jacket ($ 4,390), Staples Edition Inside Out T-Shirt ($ 600), and Slim Pants ($ 1,060, select Louis Vuitton boutiques); Florsheim Palermo Plain Toe Gore Boot ($ 195, florsheim.com)

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Get the look: Ermenegildo Zegna XXX Cashmere and Wool Suit ($ 6,795, select Ermenegildo Zegna boutiques); PINK Shirtmaker Poplin Double Cuff Slim Shirt ($ 210, pinkshirt maker.com); TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 16 DD ($ 4,900, tagheuer.com)

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Get the look: Fendi Red Chain Cashmere Knit Sweater ($ 2,690, fendi.com); Dolce & Gabbana White Tank Top ($ 215, dolce gabbana.com); MSGM Pants ($ 445, msgm.it); Converse Chuck 70 High Top ($ 80, converse.com).

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Fall on Me – Single – Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli

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Fall on Me – Single

Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli

Genre: Classical Crossover

Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: September 20, 2018

© A Decca Records Release; ℗ 2018 Sugar S.r.l., under exclusive license to Decca Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited

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Legends of the Fall – Edward Zwick

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Legends of the Fall

Edward Zwick

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: December 25, 1994


1994 Oscar® winner: Best Cinematography. Based on the novella by Jim Harrison, this sweeping romantic epic is about the Ludlow brothers–two men (Brad Pitt, Aidan Quinn) in love with the same woman (Julia Ormond). Also starring Anthony Hopkins. Directed by Edward Zwick (The Siege). Screenplay by Susan Shilliday and Bill Wittliff.

© © 1994 TriStar Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Clara Daguin Couture Fall 2019

The domed Chapelle Expiatoire tucked into a quiet square in the 8th arrondissement, built on the original burial site of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, provided the mystical backdrop for Clara Daguin’s first couture presentation.
The 2016 Hyères finalist, who specializes in combining artisanal techniques with technology in a form of science fiction meets fashion, showcased a single creation. Dubbed “Atom” and worn by her sister Mélanie like a living installation, her dress — if that is what it can be called — undulated in time to the soundtrack, activated by sound thanks to the circuits worked into the fabric.
Like the rings of gas that surround certain planets, four gauzy halos oscillated and glimmered around a column dress completely covered in five kilograms of glass beads, mirrors and neopixels, a pattern like a double-helix flickering mysteriously.
The creation of the design necessitated 3,142 hours of handiwork by a team of 31 helpers. Even in fashion’s tech-driven future, craftsmanship has its place.

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Fall to Earth – Ken Britz

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Fall to Earth

Ken Britz

Genre: Adventure

Publish Date: March 29, 2017

Publisher: Kenneth Britz

Seller: Kenneth Britz


A desperate athlete. A super-soldier experiment. Will cutting-edge technology change the world or destroy it? Indiana Beckham’s lifelong goal has just been cut down. Banned from competing in Olympic fencing, she jumps at the chance to join a research project that could make her the best. But to unlock the promise of her unlimited potential, Indiana must endure a risky, life-altering transformation… Lieutenant Arthur MacGabran has a mission: advance humanity in a single generation. Eager to prove his neuro-technology, he ignores the dangers and recruits his first live test subject. But when Indiana’s enchanted abilities turn deadly, he’ll have to keep a shocking secret to fuel his twisted dream… As Indiana harnesses her super-skills, the project and its subjects teeter on the edge of termination. Will the fencer’s attempt to better herself end up destroying her instead? Fall to Earth is the first book in the action-packed Pillars of Fire and Light military sci-fi series. If you like high-stakes technology, intriguing characters, and super-human soldiers, then you’ll love Ken Britz’s thrilling novel. Buy Fall to Earth to launch into a futuristic adventure today!

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Zuhair Murad Fall Couture 2019

With North Africa as inspiration, Zuhair Murad worked traditional carpet patterns into richly colored jacquards and hand-beaded jackets — using them to bring a new flavor to his world of decadent sensuality.
“I like in every collection to search for a theme and to let people dream, and enter the dream somehow,” Murad said before the show. His North African jaunt, which he called “Mirages et Oasis,” came in deep reds and purples, infused with Lurex, as well as some jazzy, solid-gold statement numbers. Last season’s pleated pastel rainbow dress — worn by Chiara Ferragni last week in an Instagram post that garnered more than 500,000 likes — came in gold renditions, one with a muted leopard print and embellished with sequins, and another with an iridescent sheen and a matching cape that billowed out behind.
Also in the heart-stopping category: a fiery orange chiffon dress with puffs of feathers lining the cape — the airy gown flowing from a tightly wrapped bustier.
Murad keeps it all highly elevated, yet he relishes contradictions. Here, he used velvet as a contrast to the shimmery and beaded sides of the collection, lending a quiet softness to the high volume lineup.
New this season: fabric headbands. Murad was

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Viktor & Rolf Couture Fall 2019

The prime definition of glamour as “an attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing” links it unquestionably to the world of couture. Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren considered another facet of the word and started an “investigation into the original meaning of the word — casting a spell,” Snoeren said.
They had, they said at a preview, wanted to work with Claudy Jongstra, a fellow Dutch artist who has embraced sustainability in her work. To create felt such as the one used as a cornerstone of this collection, she raises her own flock, shears their wool herself and then dyes them using only plant pigments taken from her organic garden — including the elusive “Burgundian black,” a medieval recipe that produces a deep black with red undertones, which she redeveloped. Talk about a process.
But there was no preaching message behind Horsting and Snoeren’s musing. Rather, they wanted to inspire action. As the general feeling of doom about the environment rises on all sides, the designers wanted to “show something that would give a positive message,” Horsting said. “To cast a positive spell that says things can be done,” Snoeren added.
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Jean Paul Gaultier Fall Couture 2019

Guests arriving at Jean Paul Gaultier’s headquarters in the sweltering afternoon were offered a choice of refreshments: a Magnum ice lolly or a glass of Champagne. Either one was perfect fare to settle in and watch the pregame entertainment.
Dressed in full evening gowns, guests crowded onto the catwalk to pose for photographs. Drag queen Violet Chachki furiously fanned herself as she greeted Swedish p.r. Fredrik Robertsson, rocking a green sequined hooded dress. Catherine Deneuve swooped in on Alber Elbaz, running her fingers through his bleached hair.
In a corner, Christina Aguilera sat with a sour expression as camera flashes went off in her face. Meanwhile, Hong Kong billionaire Stephen Hung, wearing silk Versace pajamas and velvet slippers, maintained an impassive expression behind his mirrored Ray-Bans. Robert Altman, eat your heart out.
By the time the show kicked off at 3:15 p.m. to the sound of Technotronic’s “Pump Up the Jam,” the space was filled with the kind of nervous energy one usually finds in a nightclub. Whoops and cheers greeted the first looks down the runway, including a quilted jacket that looked like it was made of fur.
It was an optical illusion: Gaultier, a fan of trompe-l’oeil effects, had used a photo

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Guo Pei Couture Fall 2019

If one believes in the multiverse theory, it’s entirely possible that Guo Pei’s creations are just the thing to wear when stepping out for a formal occasion. Such was the premise for a collection titled “Alternate Universe” that read as a Neil Gaiman-esque mythology in which goddesses of all creeds mingle among mortals. After all, what else to conclude from a show that starts with a pair of conjoined twins appearing from under a crow-laden arch?
That the Chinese couturier kept to a predominantly cream, metallic and gray palette gave her collection a cohesiveness reminiscent of Greek statuary. And details emerged despite the profusion of embellishments.
Embroidered scenes on dresses depicted “angels and Satan sit[ting] next to each other,” “monkeys sitting on the king’s throne under the guidance of prophets,” flocks of birds and esoteric motifs in the manner of illuminated manuscripts. There was one ballgown decked out as a human puppet theater, strings held by some sort of animal. A crow was perched on the shoulder of another gown with ballooning sleeves.
The final look was a complete tableau, the model in a marigold dress framed by a green knoll of silk chiffon grass, garment and landscape bleeding into each other.
Throughout, kilometers

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The rise and fall of OKC, the NBA’s small-market miracle

With Russell Westbrook and Paul George gone, the next era of OKC basketball sends the franchise somewhere it has never been.
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HALO: The Fall of Reach (Unabridged) – Eric Nylund

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HALO: The Fall of Reach (Unabridged)

Eric Nylund

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 16.99

Publish Date: January 1, 2019

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Peter Dinklage to Play Cyrano in the New Group’s Fall Season

The 2019-2020 lineup will also include adaptations of Chekhov’s “The Seagull” and “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.”
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Boys of Zummer: Live In Chicago – Fall Out Boy

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Boys of Zummer: Live In Chicago

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: January 1, 2016


Join multi-platinum band Fall Out Boy as they travel back to their hometown of Chicago for a mind-blowing audio-visual extravaganza. Featuring their newest hits Centuries, Irresistible and Uma Thurman, this 17 song concert also includes the band's best loved songs from across their whole career. This special performance is one of the most memorable Fall Out Boy concerts ever, filmed during the Boys of Zummer tour that hit 39 North American cities throughout 2015.

© © 2016 Fall Out Boy under exclusive license to Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd.

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WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? – Billie Eilish

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WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

Billie Eilish

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: March 29, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Darkroom/Interscope Records

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Contract Talks Between Ty Lue & Lakers Fall Apart, Will Not Be Next Head Coach

Negotiations Between Ty Lue & Lakers Have Ended Without A Deal

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Ty Lue who was LeBron James top choice to take over the vacant head coaching job of the Los Angeles Lakers will not be sitting courtside when next season tips off. According to reports, negotiations between the former Cavaliers head coach and the Lakers fell through.

League sources told ESPN contract negotiations between the Lakers and Lue ended with the parties not reaching an agreement at all.

Per ESPN:

Lue and his representatives turned down the Lakers’ offer Tuesday, league sources said. The Lakers, then on Wednesday offered Lue a deal in the range of three years and $ 18 million, after which Lue’s side pulled out of negotiations.

According to the sources, Lue’s camp was seeking a five-year deal with a salary commensurate with a championship résumé.

Beyond an inability to agree on contractual terms, the Lakers had proposed several scenarios involving their preferred candidates for assistant coaches, including Jason Kidd, sources said.

Looks like Laker fans will have to wait a little bit longer for the return of the Showtime era. The dysfunction is on ten in the Los Angeles Lakers organization. On top of not being able to secure the deal with Ty Lue, Stephen A. Smith is reporting that people close to Lakers’ president Jeanie Buss are telling her to trade LeBron James.

With Lue out of the picture, ESPN reports the former Orlando Magic coach Frank Vogel and Juwan Howard are currently being considered for the head coaching position. We shall see how this plays out, but this is definitely not what LeBron James signed up for when he joined the Los Angeles Lakers.

Photos: Jason Miller / Getty

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HALO: The Fall of Reach (Unabridged) – Eric Nylund

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HALO: The Fall of Reach (Unabridged)

Eric Nylund

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 16.99

Publish Date: January 1, 2019

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WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? – Billie Eilish

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WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

Billie Eilish

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: March 29, 2019

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Fatboy SSE ft. YFN Lucci “12 Days,” Lil Peep & ILoveMakonnen ft. Fall Out Boy “I’ve Been Waiting” & More | Daily Visuals 2.28.19

Fatboy SSE has become one of the many social media stars who’s decided to parlay his online fame into a music career and while it hasn’t exactly proved fruitful, it’s still a dream worth pursuing.

Today the social media comedian links up with YFN Lucci for in the visuals for “12 Days” where the two flaunt all kinds of cash, ice, and big boy Benz’s. We hope they ain’t borrow them whips from Tyga cause if so it’s likely to get repo’d at any second.

ILoveMakonnen meanwhile pays tribute to his man Lil Peep (RIP) and for the Fall Out Boy assisted clip to “I’ve Been Waiting” hits up the beach to walk a dog on the boardwalk before he hops on some rides to enjoy life.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Bas, Rod Wave, and more.

FATBOY SSE FT. YFN LUCCI – “12 DAYS”

LIL PEEP & ILOVEMAKONNEN FT. FALL OUT BOY – “I’VE BEEN WAITING”

BAS – “PURGE”

ROD WAVE – “RED LIGHT”

LUH SOLDIER – “WHAT HAPPENED”

DIGGIS FT. THIRSTIN HOWL THE 3RD – “SKILLIN SOUND”

ROME STREETZ & FUTUREWAVE – “FORTUNE FAVORS THE BOLD”

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Ready to Fall – Daisy Prescott

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Ready to Fall

Daisy Prescott

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: December 17, 2013

Publisher: Daisy Prescott

Seller: Susan Prescott


When you fall, you fall hard… Tall, dark, and handsome is an understatement when it comes to John Day. With rugged good looks, his ever present plaid shirt, and a dog named Babe, John is a modern alpha male lumberjack in more ways than one. Lurking beneath the gruff exterior and beard could be the heart of a romantic. Or is John a wolf in flannel clothing? After his favorite neighbor rents out her cabin for the winter, John finds himself playing fireman and tour guide to Diane Watson, a beautiful brunette with her own messy past and recent battle scars. Will he be ready to fall in love? Or will he go back to his old, flirty ways? Hold onto your heart… and get ready to fall with John Day as he tells his story in this contemporary adult romance/romantic comedy told in male POV. This is a spin-off from Geoducks Are for Lovers. It isn't necessary to read that novel first.

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In State of the Union Address, Trump’s Attempts at Bipartisanship Fall Flat

In a sprawling State of the Union address, President Donald Trump’s attempts to call for bipartisanship largely fell flat with the assembled Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
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Lights Fall – Nichelle Rae

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Lights Fall

Nichelle Rae

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: July 17, 2017

Publisher: Nichelle Rae

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Special Agent Bay Kennedy hunts sex offenders. She credits her unusual abilities as to why she is the best Chicago has to offer – enhanced strength and speed among other things – and she only sleeps once a week. Her reality is challenged when she's attacked in her apartment by a malicious creature. Saved by four strangers, Bay soon learns that she has more in common with these supernatural beings than she thinks. Her rescuers ask Bay to help them keep an ancient evil imprisoned. But her ideals are spurned when she must enter the criminal underground of drug smuggling, weapons exchange, and prostitution. The five of them have the power to save the world, but can an FBI Agent reconcile working in the criminal underground?

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Chanel’s fall show draws Penelope Cruz, Margot Robbie

French fashion house Chanel takes over New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to debut its new pre-fall Metiers d’Art collection. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)


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Tuesday’s fall finale episode of “This Is Us” was so good it literally brought Mandy Moore to tears!


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The Best Fall Colognes and Scents You’ll Want to Wear All Year Long

As the weather gets cooler, the scents get warmer. That’s the tradition, anyway: Fall fragrances are known for woody, spicy, or amber notes. Whereas warm weather scents have a fresh, floral lift, fall ones lean more heavily into the cold category, preparing us for the deep and musky tones of winter. The best thing about these transitional colognes and fragrances for fall is that many can work all year long.

If you’re in the market for a seasonal fragrance with subtle warm notes, or if you’re hunting for a year-round scent, consider these options. Some are brand new, some recently revived, and some are longstanding consumer favorites. All of them, however, are the best colognes you can sport this season.


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Arquiste Parfumeur Sydney Rock Pool

Arquiste first released this as a limited edition, but its popularity demanded a fulltime feature. All of the brand’s fragrances summon a setting of the senses. This is one of Arquiste’s most modern takes: 2016, Sydney, golden hour in the sandstone surf. The result is something warm, but expansive—almost like a blissful summer. Best of all, that means you don’t need to put it aside until next fall and winter, either: With Sydney Rock Pool, there’s year-round warmth in orbit. 

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Blueprint 203

Chances are you already know about Dollar Shave Club’s shaving products. Now the company wants to help you smell really damn good. With its bottle of Blueprint, the brand is venturing into colognes, with two different sets: The 100 “Fresh” trio, and the 200 “Warm” trio. We like Blueprint Warm 203, with its blend of golden musk, vetiver, and sandalwood. It’s a little fresh, like the rest of the white-label collection, but this blue bottle creates a darker, more masculine effect despite its clean first impression. 

[$ 50; dollarshaveclub.com]

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Le Labo Thé Noir 29 Solid

All of Le Labo’s scents are solid in that they’re really good. But some of them are also literally solid, as is the case with this Thé Noir capsule. Thé Noir starts with lighter notes like bergamot and fig, it graduates into a base of arguably the best-smelling things in the world (cedar wood, musk, and vetiver) to create a perfect fall balance. Best of all, it’s TSA-friendly, easy to tote in your dopp kit or work bag, and just as easy to apply (rub a sliver of it on your pulse points, or even on your mustache). 

[$ 94; lelabofragrances.com]

Courtesy of Le Labo

Fulton & Roark Ltd. Reserve #6 Perpetua

Speaking of solids, the same goes for Fulton & Roark’s excellent assortment of pocket-size, travel-friendly tins. The newest limited edition run has landed in time for fall: Go for Perpetua and you’ll smell like a mix of cedarwood and mahogany, balanced with bergamot, jasmine, and other notes. Amber seals the deal, preserving Perpetua as a cold-weather classic—one you have to get this year, before the limited supply runs out.

[$ 60; fultonandroark.com]

Courtesy of Fulton and Roark

Azzaro Chrome

So you want the crispness of bergamot and the sharpness of musk? Consider Azzaro Chrome. The bright blue bottle evokes summer days—a warmth you’ll appreciate as you navigate the plunging temperatures this fall and winter. 

[$ 87 for a 3.4oz bottle; azzaro.com]

Courtesy of Azzaro

Dior Sauvage Eau de Parfum

While Sauvage Eau de Parfum opens with bergamot and fresh lavender, it’s rounded out with Sichuan pepper, star anise, nutmeg, and vanilla. When discussing the balance of these tones, experts reference the warm notes getting depth by the addition of fresher, cleaner ingredients. In the case of Sauvage EdC, it’s truly the most balanced of the lot and great for every season, but these spicy notes make autumn its sweet spot.

[$ 92; dior.com]

Courtesy of Dior

Calvin Klein Eternity for Men

Nobody does mass appeal like CK, and the brand’s Eternity for Men continues to be a bestseller year round. Now’s the best time to wear it, too: It envelops you with herbal, floral, and citrus top notes, but persists with much deeper tones of rosewood, sandalwood, vetiver, and amber. You might just want to wear it for eternity.

[$ 64; calvinklein.com]

 

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DedCool Series 2 Red (Dakota)

The latest launch from SoCal scentmaker DedCool, Series 2 is a lineup of scents that can weather any season. The best for fall is Red (Dakota), with a woody and amber heart bookended by fresh gardenias, crisp clementines, and sweet wild berries. As a born-and-raised Dakotan, I can tell you that this one deserves its name: It’s as warm and hospitable as the autumnal prairie. 

[$ 130; dedcool.com]

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Coach Platinum

A premium blend of ingredients makes Platinum a real original: It mixes tonka beans, cashmeran, juniper berries, sage, geranium, pineapple, leather, black pepper, sandalwood, and patchouli. It’s a perfect nighttime scent for a dinner date or black-tie affair. 

[$ 92; coach.com]

 

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VIRTU Vince Camuto

VIRTU debuted this fall with warm notes to commemorate the season: crushed peppercorn, Haitian vetiver, fresh tree moss, Tuscan leather, cedar, and Indian sandalwood. The blend has a crisp complexity to it, though. It’s curiously cool despite its fuller recipe, with fresh notes of Turkish cardamom and papyrus rounding out the top layer. And the leather-wrapped bottle is as much a part of the sensory experience as the liquid inside.

[$ 80; vincecamuto.com]

Courtesy of Vince Camuto

Hugo Boss BOSS The Scent

BOSS isn’t shy about this bottle. It’s seductive and sensual, so dab some on before your next date for an enticing scent. You’ll get spicy ginger deepened with the addition of exotic maninka fruit and finished with leather base notes—a recipe for a great night.

[$ 87; hugoboss.com]

Courtesy of Hugo Boss

Louis Vuitton L’Immensité

One of five men’s scents launched by Louis Vuitton this year, L’Immendisté isn’t exactly a fall fragrance, but it’s included here to buck tradition. While most seasonal scents evoke a specific mood, L’Immensité was designed to be a limitless scent, one that you can’t attach to any specific occasion. Its fresh blend of ginger and amber finished with grapefruit works in any situation—your girlfriend might even steal this one for herself, too.

[Call for pricing; louisvuitton.com]

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

CoSTUME NATIONAL Scent Intense

Scent Intense will forever be one of my fall favorites. Anchored by amber, CoSTUME NATIONAL’s best blend combines the broody ingredient with hibiscus, jasmine, and wood notes for a head-turning finish. It’s the kind of fragrance that makes guys stock up on just one bottle and wear it as a signature scent.

[$ 125 for 50ml bottle; us.costumenationalscents.com]

Courtesy of CoSTUME NATIONAL

Ralph Lauren Polo Supreme Oud

Supreme Oud is supreme in its warming powers: With notes of smoky Indian oud wood, vetiver, cinnamon, and pink pepper, it’s the scent equivalent of sitting around a crackling fire in late autumn, spiked ciders in hand. With its gilded detailing, it belongs on your top shelf—though you should keep it easily accessible since it’s your new secret style weapon.

[$ 125 for 4.2oz bottle; sephora.com]

Courtesy of Ralph Lauren

Montblanc Legend

As good in the spring as it is during fall, this transitional scent balances the fruity, the crisp, and the floral (ingredients like lavender, pineapple, red apple, bergamot, and geranium) with heartier, standout ones like tonka beans, sandalwood, and oak moss. If you’re one to have a different scent with each season, you could save some money and rely on the strength and popularity of Legend on either end of summer and winter.

[$ 68; montblanc.com]

Courtesy of Montblanc

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Episode 315 Scott Adams: Why Healthcare Costs Could Fall by 75%. With Whiteboard

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I fund my Periscopes and podcasts via audience micro-donations on Patreon. I prefer this method over accepting advertisements or working for a “boss” somewhere because it keeps my voice independent. No one owns me, and that is rare. I’m trying in my own way to make the world a better place, and your contributions help me stay inspired to do that.

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Save Rock and Roll – Fall Out Boy

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Save Rock and Roll

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: April 12, 2013

© ℗ 2013 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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The Perfect Fall Pairing: Cashmere Sweater, Relaxed-Fit Pants, and White Sneakers

It’s worth repeating: The key to making casual refined is perfect pairing. Weekend staples can mesh with your high-end pieces, dressing up what was once a purely casual look. Case in point: This fall outfit turns track pants into a sleek ensemble you’ll want to wear every day of the week.


How to Layer Your Clothes This Fall Like an Expert

The Hugo Boss Banks2 dress pants/sweats hybrid punches way above its weight class alongside this Polo Ralph Lauren wool-cashmere blend crewneck sweater. The Hugo Boss white sneakers are just icing.

Hugo Boss Banks2 dress pants/sweats
Courtesy of Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss Fashion Show Capsule relaxed-fit pants with satin tape
[$ 398; hugoboss.com]

Hugo Boss white sneaker
Courtesy of Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss tennis-style sneakers in burnished leather
[$ 398; hugoboss.com]

 

Polo Ralph Lauren Washable Cashmere Sweater
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From Under the Cork Tree – Fall Out Boy

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From Under the Cork Tree

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: May 3, 2005

© ℗ 2005 The Island Def Jam Music Group

iTunes Store: Top Albums in Alternative

A Sleek Weekender, Aviator Sunglasses, and More Stylish Travel Accessories for Fall 2018

In need of some travel accessories that’ll become travel necessities? After all, when you’re constantly jetsetting for work (or play), it pays to have some trusty standbys you can rely on. We’ve put together three of our favorites for fall 2018. All you need to do is plan your great escape.

 

 

Michael Kors Henry Weekender
Courtesy of Michael Kors

 

Whether you’re hitting the gym or taking a short trip, the Michael Kors Henry Weekender is the kind of bag that will shock you with its usefulness.

[$ 598; michaelkors.com]

 

Prada Linea Rossa
Courtesy of Prada

Equally utilitarian (in a good way) is a pair of aviators—like the Prada Linea Rossa.

[$ 320; sunglasshut.com]

Outerknown Horizon Snapback
Courtesy of Outerknown

And of course you need a fine ball cap to conceal bedhead. We like the 100 percent organic cotton Outerknown Horizon Snapback.

[$ 20; outerknown.com]


19 Style Essentials Every Man Needs for a Long Weekend Trip

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The 3 Best Denim Shirts to Look Effortlessly Cool This Fall

Classic denim shirts looks will never go out of style. But fresh dyes, sharp cuts, and more durable builds are revving up the old standbys.


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When it comes to above the waist, denim button-ups are the best way to stay comfortable without looking careless.

 

 

Whether you’re going for a more polished dark-wash look in the Mavi Rio Deep Brushed shirt, a light-wash retro vibe courtesy of the Kooples, or a monochrome moment from Belstaff, you can’t lose.

Pick your favorite below. They look fantastic alone or layered with your favorite sweater or jacket.


How to Dress Up a Hoodie to Look Cool, Casual, and Polished for Fall

Mavi Rio Deep Brushed shirt

[$ 88; mavi.com]

Courtesy of Mavi

Kooples Light-Wash shirt

[$ 225; bloomingdales.com]

Courtesy of Kooples

Belstaff Monochrome shirt

[$ 350; bloomingdales.com]

Courtesy of Belstaff

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The Best Leather Boots to Wear This Fall

Autumn: It seems like every year this season pops up out of nowhere, tightening its pumpkin spice-flavored grip across the northern hemisphere. But no matter how you slice it, you’re gonna have to gear up those feet with some reliable footwear. And what better way to defend your dogs than leather boots. For the guys who won’t allow rain, snow, sleet, and everything in between stop them in their tracks (or you just want some stylish boots to wear), here are a few of the best leather boots for men to buy this fall.

 

 

From chukkas to hard-working and sturdy boots you can take on a hike, these will be able to last you through the wintertime in style. And once you find the right fit for you, don’t forget to wax up and weatherproof your boots.


Technical Style, Coated Canvas, and Sustainable Leather: The Fall Trends You Need to Know

Red Wing Heritage Blacksmith Boots

We’ve said it before, and it won’t be the last time, either: You will want to wear your Red Wing Heritage leather boots everywhere you go, forever. Invest in a pair of its Blacksmith kicks, and you can expect these beauts to last you for years. Pro tip: We recommend going directly to a store to get your boots fitted. If you can’t make it to a physical shop, consider going down a half size so the leather can stretch and mold to your foot. 

[$ 300; redwingheritage.com]

Courtesy of Redwing

Thursday Vanguard Boots

Back in 2014, Thursday hit the ground running by offering a huge selection of boots, shoes, briefcases, and belts for the stylish, on-the-go guy. The brand puts a major value on craftsmanship—a quality you can see and feel when slipping into the Vanguard boots. A rendition of American service boots from the 1940s, the Vanguards get hand-stitched here in the States. Ths pair’s water-resistant, but the studded rubber outsoles mean you can truly slip these on no matter the conditions this season. 

[$ 265; thursdayboots.com]

Courtesy of Thursday Boots

HELM Zind

Every guy should have their go-to. Go-to jacket, go-to watch, go-to sunglasses. Meet a top contender for your next go-to boot: the HELM Zind boots. This versatile leather pair can be worn with a suit as easily as it can be rocked with jeans while giving you excellent protection against the elements. This is the type of handcrafted boot that lasts—so make sure you take care of yours.

[$ 399; helm.com]

Courtesy of HELM

Florsheim Foundry Plain Toe Chukka Boots

If you’re looking to step out of your comfort zone just a bit this season by adding color to your wardrobe, go with a timeless style of Horween leather chukkas like this classic pair from Florsheim. The subtle green leather works with anything you throw on with them. It also comes in four other colors, from tan to burgundy, so you can find the right one to fit your style. (And if you want a behind-the-scenes peek at how the brand makes some of its coolest boots? We’ve got the inside look.)

[$ 280; florsheim.com]

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Danner Forest Heights II

Portland, Oregon-based Danner has been making some of our favorite boots for decades. And more than likely you’ve already been rocking its pairs of hiking and everyday footwear. (We wore this pair nearly all summer, from work to hiking upstate.) For something on the more formal side, try its Horween leather Forest Heights IIs that offer a bit of extra polish for days you’re wearing your suit to the office. Bonus: They’re still grippy in case you decide to take a long lunch and find a nearby trail.

[$ 290; danner.com]

Courtesy of Danner

Timberland Kendrick Waterproof Chukkas

Do-it-all leather boots under $ 200 that’s big on style but won’t hurt your feet? Enter Timeberland and these simple Kendrick Waterproof Chukka boots. They support your feet with full-grain leather uppers, a comfortable footbed, and, yes, a waterproof design that’s essential on cold, rainy fall days. You can’t beat that kind of deal.

[$ 160; timberland.com]

Courtesy of Timberland

Beckett Simonon Gallagher Boots

Beckett Simonon has been on the scene for a few years now, breathing life into the made-to-order footwear scene with a fresh release of cool-as-hell shoes and boots each month. For the unpredictable months of early autumn, its Gallagher Boot is a great way to stay warm, dry, and look stylish the entire time. Made from full-grain leather, these versatile boots offer a handsome alternative for a price that won’t drain your bank account. If you’re heading to a fancy event that isn’t boot-friendly, check out its business casual Cohen Loafer

[$ 219; beckettsimonon.com]

Courtesy of Beckett Simonon

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How to Dress Up a Hoodie to Look Cool, Casual, and Polished for Fall

Few things in this world are as comfy as a hoodie. Weekend staples like a sweatshirt and track pants are no longer just for couch potatoes. Smart pairings and accessories can dress up what was once a purely casual look.

 

 

The soft, zippered layer with throw-on ease even has its own built-in weather shield. It’s a go-to, but the wrong one can call to mind an unemployed gamer.


The Most Ruggedly Handsome Watches to Invest in This Fall

Thanks to renewed attention to casual clothes from the biggest brands in fashion, it’s not hard to find an upscale iteration, such as the Sunspel Men’s Cotton Loopback [$ 225; sunspel.com], worn here under a luxury overcoat like this feather-soft cashmere one from Ermenegildo Zegna [$ 4,695, zegna.com].

It’s a slam-dunk combo of unfussy comfort and effortless cool.


The Coolest Military-Inspired Looks of Fall 2018

 

 

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Fall on Me – Single – Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli

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Fall on Me – Single

Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli

Genre: Classical Crossover

Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: September 20, 2018

© A Decca Records Release; ℗ 2018 Sugar S.r.l., under exclusive license to Decca Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited

iTunes Store: Top Albums in Classical

The best athletic sweatpants of fall 2017

When it comes to sweatpants, most people just grab the ratty old pair that’s been decaying at the bottom of their closet and give up on the rest of their outfit.

We say it’s time to change that.

So whether you’re still not over the athleisure trend or you just want to replace your worn-out sweats with something a little more stylish, try kicking your game up a notch by picking up a pair of these elevated sweatpants guaranteed to leave you feeling comfortable and looking good.

From street fleece to tech fleece, here are our picks for fall 2017.

1. The Street Fleece Sweatpant by Everlane

Some call it scuba. Some call it neoprene. Everlane calls it Street Fleece. The warm, weather-resistant, and irresistibly soft sweatpants should be your go-to for the gym, the local café, or even the couch. ($ 65, everlane.com)

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2. Nike Sportswear Tech Fleece by Nike

If you’re someone who appreciates functionality and design, try Nike’s Sportswear Tech Fleece. This Jogger features a lightweight fabric, a multi-pocket storage system, and a dramatic tapered fit made perfect for a casual day out. Available in eight different colors. ($ 100, nike.com)

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3. Ebisu Sweatpants by John Elliott

Since launching his label in 2012, John Elliott has set out to create functional yet modern staples with unique fabrics and colors in mind—and one of those staples is sweatpants. The semi-fitted Ebisu sweatpants are versatile; whether you wear them oversized or slim, you’ll look damn good. ($ 208, johnelliott.com)

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4. Fjorke Sweatpant by Public School

Put this pair of sweatpants on and you’ll look as cool as the label sounds. Made with a double waistband, these sweats are sure to look good with just about anything you pair them with. ($ 276, publicschoolnyc.com)

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5. Ace Sweatpant by Mack Weldon

We suggest you don’t show up to the office in sweats. But if you’ve ever wanted to try, then attempt it with the Ace Sweatpant. Made for life beyond the 9-to-5, these sweats were designed to be worn everywhere (literally). ($ 78, mackweldon.com)

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6. Y-3 Classic Cuffed Pant by Y-3

Say hello to Y-3’s premium take on the sportswear staple. The Y-3 Cuffed Pant is made of cotton French terry equipped with a drawcord waist and—unlike most sweats—a functional zip fly. ($ 200, store.y-3.com)

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7. Trackhouse Sweatpants by Tracksmith

Your post-run sweats are here. The Trackhouse Sweatpants are an elevated take on the sportswear classic. Feel free to lounge around in this soft reverse-weave cotton blend sweatpant or flaunt them on your morning run. ($ 88, tracksmith.com)

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8. New Weekender Sweats by Outdoor Voices

It’s all in the name: Introducing your new weekend sweats. Outdoor Voices’ New Weekender Sweats are made with mossed jersey and a soft, stretch-for-days fabric. Speaking of stretching, the pant is ideal for those not-so-sweaty activities. Wear them out or in—either way, you’ll feel incredible. ($ 100, outdoorvoices.com)

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9. Bonded Sweatpant V1.2 by ISAORA

Made for the man who wants even his most comfortable staple made with a technical edge. The Bonded Sweatpant is crafted out of a bonded polyester knit made in Italy exclusively for ISAORA with a reflective strip on the sides so you can be visible on your late-night runs. ($ 185, isaora.com)

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The Coolest Military-Inspired Looks of Fall 2018

You no longer need to choose between fashion and function this fall.

 

 

That’s because the world’s most stylish brands now offer great-looking threads that are as attractive as they are rugged and durable. Take this warm technical parker from Hugo Boss (above, $ 845; hugoboss.com). Its sleek all-navy look is cool enough for city streets but it’s also made from a polyamide fabric that won’t crease or tear if you brush up against a few sharp corners in the great outdoors.


You’ll Want to Wear These Rugged Work Boots Every Day

Here are some more standout fall pieces that embrace the best of both worlds.

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Fall style trends Jamie Chung

The ballistic nylon in this Burton Tinder Tote ($ 71.95, amazon.com) and the Fyre Scout Boot ($ 258, thefyrecompany.com) might not have met the bullet-blocking standard its WWII-era creators wanted, but it’s damned good at resisting everyday wear and tear.

The same goes for the cotton-polyamide blend in Belstaff’s Burfield Park shearling-lined parka ($ 1,895, belstaff.com).


Fall Fashion: Clothing Items For Every Guy

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The Most Ruggedly Handsome Watches to Invest in This Fall

Classic watch brands—like Breitling, Rolex, and Omega—have a long pedigree of looking sharp and working hard. Their watches have storied backgrounds, serving as timepieces for astronauts and race-car drivers alike.

 

 


40 Watches Your Grandkids Will Fight Over

If you’re looking for timeless investment pieces to upgrade your collection, here are four classics you should consider. They’re sharp yet durable, so they’ll stay in perfect condition when it comes time to pass down to your kid… if you can bear to part ways with ’em.

Breitling’s Navitimer

Breitling’s Navitimer was built to survive the ocean depths.

[$ 8,590; breitling.com]

Courtesy of Breitling

Omega Speedmaster Apollo 8

Omega’s Speedmaster Apollo 8 is the first watch NASA sent to the moon. 

[$ 9,750; omega.com]

Courtesy of Omega

Rolex’s Cosmograph Daytona

Rolex’s Cosmograph Daytona was created to help race-car drivers time laps at white-knuckle speeds. 

[$ 12,400; rolex.com]

Courtesy of Rolex

Panerai’s Luminor 1950 Carbotech Submersible

Panerai’s Luminor 1950 Carbotech Submersible is made from nearly indestructible titanium.

[$ 17,100; panerei.com]

Courtesy of Panerai

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The Grid 1: Fall of Justice – Paul Teague

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The Grid 1: Fall of Justice

Paul Teague

Genre: Science Fiction

Publish Date: November 30, 2015

Publisher: Paul Teague

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


A fortress city. A terrifying prison. A survivor determined to beat the odds … Joe Parsons is playing with fire and he knows it. He has no idea what deadly secrets he and his friends will uncover when they finally hack into The City's sinister Fortrillium network. Justice is in short supply in the harsh, decaying world in which he's been raised but Joe is desperate to uncover the truth behind his father's sudden disappearance seven years previously. On the brink of a breakthrough, he is captured red-handed and sent directly to The Grid, a deadly, gamified colosseum from which only one person has ever escaped alive. Hunted by his enemies and in constant danger, Joe must find a way to survive.&#xa0; What he discovers along the way will change his life forever … if he can manage to escape. Fall of Justice is a gripping work of dystopian sci-fi, set in a post-plague world hundreds of years in the future. If you like tension-filled suspense, fascinating apocalyptic futures and high-speed sci-fi thrillers, then you'll love the first book in Paul Teague's The Grid Trilogy. Buy Fall of Justice to fight your way through The Grid today! What readers are saying about The Grid Trilogy This book was simply amazing! I was immediately pulled into the story. The conflicts for each of the characters and how everything tied together was riveting! I reached the end of the book and was surprised- I hadn't realized that I had been close to the end. Paul Teague is just that good! Excellent story. Looking forward to reading more. This kept me hooked with the vivid imagery of the ruined city, and the oppression of the climbs. Can't wait to read the rest! I really enjoyed this book, it had everything I look for in a book, had me hooked on page 1. I just found this author and am so glad I did, I can't wait to read more from him Hooked from the get go. Imaginative and believable. Characters feel like your best friends. At least the good guys do!&#xa0; [ Note : This book has a cliffhanger ending and is written in UK English]

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How to Layer Your Clothes This Fall Like an Expert

Even when you’re not on an expedition, layering is key, especially in fall. Not sure how to pair your shirts, sweaters, and jackets without looking frumpy? Mimic this classic look to perfectly pair and layer your basics.

 

A wool sweater like this one from Tommy Hilfiger ($ 99.50; tommy.com) is light and moisture wicking and has a high warmth-to-weight ratio. It pairs nicely with an equally resilient suede bomber ($ 445; tommy.com) and Michael Kors’ dark-wash, slim-fit denim shirt ($ 128; michaelkors.com).

Check out more of our favorites for fall:


The Most Stylish Boots of Fall 2018


Technical Style, Coated Canvas, and Sustainable Leather: The Fall Trends You Need to Know


The Most Ruggedly Handsome Watches to Invest in This Fall


The Coolest Military-Inspired Looks of Fall 2018

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Ashes of the Fall – Nicholas Erik

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Ashes of the Fall

Nicholas Erik

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: October 11, 2017

Publisher: Watchfire Press

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Sometimes the fall is only the beginning. In the year 2048, the crumbling remnants of western North America are suddenly buried in ash, weakening the grip of the brutal dictatorship. A factional landscape springs from the ashes, con man Luke Stokes artfully navigating the clash. But he can't remain above the fray for long, as each faction seeks the truth from Luke regarding his murdered brother's final project. A neural-interface technology that will forever shift the fragile balance of the ashen plains. With the true believers, desert nomads, survivalists and existing regime closing in, Luke must delve deeper into his genius brother's secrets. And the truth about his last project will dramatically alter the remnants of civilization. Because the fall isn't always the end – sometimes, it's only the beginning. Seamlessly merging thought-provoking philosophical ideas with page-burning action, ASHES OF THE FALL is the first novel in the dystopian/post-apocalyptic Remnants Trilogy.

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Fall On Me – EP – Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli

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Fall On Me – EP

Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli

Genre: Classical Crossover

Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: September 20, 2018

© A Decca Records Release; ℗ 2018 Sugar S.r.l., under exclusive license to Decca Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited

iTunes Store: Top Albums in Classical

The Displaced: Fall of a Fortress – Frieda Watt

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The Displaced: Fall of a Fortress

Frieda Watt

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: July 6, 2018

Publisher: Frieda Watt

Seller: Smashwords, Inc.


"The Displaced is an engaging work set in one of the most intriguing locales in Canadian history." — Kirkus Reviews Stranded in a besieged fortress, can a strong refugee woman survive and fight for her true love? Canadian Author Frieda Watt transports us into the barbaric world of 18th century colonial America where treachory, murder, and rival armies fight violent turf wars in Volume One of her epic new series, The Displaced: Fall of a Fortress. In 1744, the mortar in the walls of Louisbourg fortress is still wet as Britain advances to conquer this new French city, its citizens both protected and imprisoned by its massive stone ramparts. Torn between clashing empires and contentious families, Marie Lévesque fights to find a place in the unforgiving frontier of Canada. As a young woman, her life is just beginning. Her friendship with Pierre promises of something more. But their lives and the doomed fortress of Louisbourg are caught in the cross-hairs of the British navy, who promise to annihilate not only them but also their very way of life. As empires collide, Marie and Pierre are catapulted into a world they do not understand—a world of spies, treason, and revenge. They must fight not only to survive the war, but also to stay together despite the forces that threaten to tear them apart forever. This beautifully written, epic work of historical literary fiction, with the same feel as Outlander, is a must-read for any lover of historical fiction. The Displaced: Fall of a Fortress tells the story of ordinary people as they try to survive as French rule crumbles in Canada

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Burning Down the Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution, and the Fall of the Berlin Wall (Unabridged) – Tim Mohr

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Burning Down the Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution, and the Fall of the Berlin Wall (Unabridged)

Tim Mohr

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: September 11, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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Technical Style, Coated Canvas, and Sustainable Leather: The Fall Trends You Need to Know

There are more than a few ways to ease yourself into technical style. For fall 2018, we’re seeing duds with bulletproof durability and supercharged style trending that are perfect for the boardroom or the bouldering wall. Here are some of our favorite pieces to add to your wardrobe.

 

 

Belstaff’s Roxburgh denim jacket ($ 660; belstaff.com) and Ben Sherman’s Honeycomb-knit cardigan ($ 139; bensherman.com) both replace clumsy buttons with fast zippers.

Tommy Hilfiger’s workwear-inspired utility pant ($ 90; tommy.com) is extra durable; Hugo Boss’ Piñatex sneakers ($ 348; hugoboss.com) are cut from a sustainable leather alternative; and the coated canvas in Ermenegildo Zegna’s gray Chevron backpack ($ 1,295; zegna.us) might have a longer lifespan than you do.

Styling by Alex Silva for Bernstein & Andriulli


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The Most Stylish Boots of Fall 2018

Fall’s unpredictable. The onset of hurricane season brings deluges, mucky debris, and wind that whips all matter of dust and dirt at your ankles. You need kicks that can shield you from the unpredictable.

 

 

The season’s best boots are made from an array of materials, but they have two things in common: lug soles that can grip both tough terrain and slick concrete, and tall shafts that protect your ankles from brambles, puddles, and everything in between.

Heading to the trails? Check out our favorite light hikers and rugged backpacking boots.


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Timberland 6 Inch Gaiter Boot for Men in Yellow/Grey

[$ 209.90; timberland.com]

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Polo Ralph Lauren Ranger Suede Boot

[$ 195.99; ralphlauren.com]

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Tommy Jeans Rabbit Camo Hiking Boot

[$ 160; tommy.com]

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Michael Kors Wilder Leather Combat Boot

[$ 398; michaelkors.com]

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We Just Found Your New Go-to Sweater for Fall

Whether you’re the type to wear T-shirts until it’s subzero or you can’t wait to get in your ultra-warm down jacket, you can’t disagree that a great sweater really racks up miles in your wardrobe. You can throw it on in the temperamental in-between weather we get when the seasons change, use it as a layering tool, or when it’s finally cold enough, have it keep you warm on hikes, trails or even just in the office. In short, you need a sweater that keeps up with you, and we might’ve found just the one.

Robert Graham
Robert Graham

The Robert Graham Blackburn Sweater is designed to be one of the most versatile items in your wardrobe. It’s made of 100 percent merino wool, so it’s delightfully soft and plush (read: not scratchy at all). The geometric triangular space dye jacquard adds a cool texture to a tried-and-true silhouette, while the contrast knit at the cuffs adds a decidedly playful touch to the anything-but-basic knit.

The Blackburn Sweater comes in a full range of sizes, from XS to 4XL. The one drawback? It’s dry clean only, so you can’t just throw it into your washing machine.

See it: Shop the Blackburn Sweater for $ 228 at RobertGraham.us.

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Worth the Fall – Bria Quinlan

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Worth the Fall

Bria Quinlan

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: October 14, 2014

Publisher: RogueGiraffe Books

Seller: Shane Martel


Kasey Lane is having a bad week. Understatement. Her idea of success never involved losing her job, man, and apartment in 24-hours. Now, with nowhere to go and no way to pay for it anyway, Kasey decides it’s time for a fresh start, which means a new apartment, a new career, and…no men. But as a magnet for ridiculousness and absurd brushes with the law, her start goes from fresh to stale in record time. It doesn’t help that Mr. Wrong keeps showing up during her adventures gone awry and taking over. Now, as Kasey plans her way to independence she has to decide if the only path to success is going it alone…or if maybe a partner in crime can make the journey sweeter.

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Eminem “Fall,” DJ Durel & Migos “Hot Summer” & More | Daily Visuals 9.4.18

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Eminem didn’t necessarily ether rappers on his latest album, Kamikaze, but he sure as hell had a little venom for them.

In his visual to “Fall,” Em finds himself dealing with the negative fallout from his previous album, Revival, and ultimately ends up on the run from a shadow that’s stalking him like George Zimmerman.

Back on the block DJ Durel and the Migos cool off with some friends and fam at a block party where everyone’s turning up OG style in the early 90’s themed clip to “Hot Summer.” No one opened the pump for old school’s sake?

Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Rich The Kid, Kxng Crooked and Family Bvsiness, and more.

EMINEM – “FALL”

DJ DUREL & MIGOS – “HOT SUMMER”

RICH THE KID – “LEAVE ME”

KXNG CROOKED & FAMILY BVSINESS – “WELCOME TO CALIFORNIA”

MYA – “GOT MY OWN”

BLAC YOUNGSTA – “UH UH”

AL JAZEERE – “OG BOBBY PT 2”

KRIS THE $ PIRIT – “RACK$ ”

SAUCE WALKA FT. HOODRICH PABLO JUAN – “MONEY GANG”

QUINCY WHITE – “MIRROR”

JALLAL – “THE TRUTH”

EARTHGANG – “UP”

WARM BREW – “PSYCHEDELIC”

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M A N I A – Fall Out Boy

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M A N I A

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 19, 2018

© ℗ 2017 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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When I Fall In Love – Chris Botti

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When I Fall In Love

Chris Botti

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 28, 2004

© ℗ 2004 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

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The best flannels of fall 2017

As the days grow shorter, our sleeves grow longer. And as our friends cuff themselves to their winter loves, we cuff our sleeves and chop hearty vegetables or fireplace logs, then sprawl out under the covers while being spooned… by the season’s best flannels. After all, there’s no better swaddle than the following nine shirts.

And, just to clarify: Flannel is not the same as plaid. Flannel refers to the material used—wool, cotton, or yarn, softly woven. Plaid is the checkered design, often printed on flannel.

Now, click through and find your perfect match—maybe plaid, maybe not, always comfortable.

1. Free Swingin’ Trim Fit Flannel by Duluth Trading Company

We challenge you to find a more classic, all-American flannel. Thanks to its slightly stretchy fabric and cleverly designed underarm gussets—hence its “Free Swingin’” moniker—Duluth Trading Company’s twice-brushed, 100% cotton material is perfect for wood chopping, axe-throwing, or breakfast in bed. And when it’s buttoned up, the trim fit complements your burly form. (Shown in Crimson Red Plaid, $ 44.50, duluthtrading.com)

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2. Italian Stretch Cotton Flannel with Camp Pocket by Todd Snyder

Breaking the mold of modern flannel as we know it, everyone’s favorite menswear designer Todd Snyder has gifted us this sleek white number. Button and tuck it for a dressier ensemble, or leave it open and roll back the sleeves while you carve the bird. You’ll be a Rockwellian vision. (Shown in white, $ 178, toddsnyder.com)

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3. Eddie’s Favorite Flannel Classic Fit by Eddie Bauer

Eddie Bauer is the Ol’ Reliable of winter flannels. This solid green casual-but-worker-friendly shirt won’t pill or fade, no matter how often you wash it. It’s a classic fit, too, so it won’t hug your muscles—or your holiday padding. If you’re between sizes and want a more trim fit, your best bet is to size down. (Shown in solid Irish Moss, $ 60, eddiebauer.com)

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4. Long Sleeve Fjord Flannel Shirt by Patagonia

Patagonia’s flannels are a sight, and a soothing wear. They’ve got the perfect recipe for unique style, relaxed fit, and durability. This is your campfire shirt—nay, your chestnuts-roasting-by-an-open-fire-shirt—and one that will survive any purge in coming seasons. (Shown in Salty Flats Dark Ruby, $ 89, patagonia.com)

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5. Mountain Popover in Navy by Topo Designs

Not all unbuttoned flannels blow freely in the wind. This twill popover from Topo Designs wears more like a spring jacket that buttons halfway, making it a subtle, stylish pick for your ski weekend. Or, pick the bright red for a pop-color popover. (Shown in navy, $ 129, topodesigns.com)

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6. Jasper Flannel by Rip Curl

Surfers can also rock flannel on those brisk December days. Skate on over to the coffee shop in Rip Curl’s easy-to-match button up. You’ll be one handsomely subdued dude. (Shown in navy stripes, $ 59.50, ripcurl.com)

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7. Houndstooth Cotton Flannel Shirt by Finamore

Before you die of sticker shock, remember that flannels can be fancy, too. Finamore’s houndstooth dress-up shirt will tell your C-level pals that you’re super relaxed, even if you’re balancing big budgets. It’s Italian craftsmanship, down to the last stitch—with spread collars to boot. (Shown in gray, $ 345, barneys.com)

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8. Midweight Flannel Shirt by J. Crew

Back at it with the buffalo plaid is J. Crew. It’s such a simple concept but surprisingly easy to mess up. Instead, this one sticks to the basics and in turn sticks the landing. Who cares if it’s 2017, this thing will look good forever and always. (Shown in red leaf buffalo plaid, $ 79.50, jcrew.com)

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9. The Sherpa Trucker Jacket by Levi’s

OK, so this jacket from Levi’s isn’t exactly a flannel shirt, but it’s a flannel thing that covers your torso and it’s beautiful. We dare you to wear it as a really warm shirt, though, sans anything underneath. You’ll feel naughty, but you’ll still look rather nice. (Shown in caviar plaid, $ 178, levi.com)

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Invasion: Earth Fall Series, Book 1 (Unabridged) – Raymond L. Weil

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Invasion: Earth Fall Series, Book 1 (Unabridged)

Raymond L. Weil

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 21.95

Publish Date: July 26, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 Raymond L. Weil Publications LLC

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Most stylish bomber jackets of fall 2017

Now that it’s fall, the days of just wearing your button-up to work—or your favorite name-brand T-shirt when you take a fine lady out on a date—are temporarily over. The upside? It’s time to add another layer to your dashing fit.

But just because there’s a chill in the mornings doesn’t mean you have to throw on a huge parka with several sweaters underneath. The fall season is all about colors and style. For some people it’s your last chance before winter to show off your personal style flavor before it gets too nippy out. Because once that temperature starts getting disrespectfully cold, the main priority becomes staying warm as opposed to looking fashionable. (Unless you live in California or Florida or something—and if you do, then a bomber jacket is all you need.)

Point is: You’re going to need a jacket that will pop, but keep you warm at the same time. Something you can wear with a button-up shirt and tie, or just a plain T-shirt. Something that will complement joggers, jeans, and chinos. You want a bomb-looking jacket this fall. In fact, to be a little more specific, you need a bomber jacket.

Take a breeze through our top trendy bombers of fall 2017.

1. Embroidered Bomber Jacket by Zara

Zara is definitely one of best stops for style-minded guys on a budget. This slim-fit bomber has embroidered roses located on the front and back, giving it that loud look to make heads turn. Made with 100% viscose fabric, this jacket is exactly the right look for a night out with a nice pair of jeans or chinos. ($ 110.00 zara.com)

Alternatively, if you’re looking for something a little more classically styled on a similar budget, consider Zara’s burgundy faux-suede bomber. Its contrast collar and cuffs give it a varsity jacket type of feel—perfect for pairing with chinos or jeans. ($ 80.00 zara.com)

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2. Alpha Industries B-15 Slim-Fit Bomber Jacket

Alpha Industries is known for producing old school-looking outerwear with that vintage heritage. This all-black number comes with a fluffy faux fur collar to keep your neck extra cozy when the wind might try to attack. When rocking this jacket, try to go for a more relaxed look—it’ll make a chill outfit appear 10 times better. ($ 150.00alphaindustries.com)

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3. Denim MA1 Bomber Jacket by Topman

You have a denim jacket, but do you have a denim bomber? Combine the two for a popular look that could flow with a bunch of different styles. This streetwise bomber can even be put on with a shirt and tie, but don’t force it—a hoodie, sweatshirt, or regular tee would go nice with it as well. ($ 75.00 us.topman.com)

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4. Camouflauge Bomber jacket by Zara

Guess who it is again, none other than Zara. This camo bomber is a little lighter than others, so it’s definitely not meant for an overly nippy day. But man does it stand out. Along with you being able to wear this just about anywhere, it also has zip-up pockets so you don’t have to worry about misplacing your belongings. ($ 90.00 zara.com)

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5. Tan Faux Suede Bomber Jacket by Boohoo

There’s nothing like a classic suede jacket, but when you top it off with a perfect tan color to complement the fall season, you’ll instantly bring your outfit over the top. Pro tip: When you throw this smooth jacket on, make sure to keep the zipper unzipped—sometimes, it just looks better that way. ($ 66.00 us.boohoo.com)

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6. Wallace & Barnes MA-1 Bomber Jacket by J. Crew

This casual bomber may look simple, but this simple is as good as it gets. If you’re looking for a versatile, laid-back look with a utilitarian edge—note that zip pocket on the left sleeve—then this jacket may be the money-maker. With zip and buttoned pockets, and a classic rib trim on the collar and cuffs, there’s just no way you can go wrong purchasing this vintage-styled piece. ($ 178.00 jcrew.com)

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7. Vintage Bomber Jacket w/ Faux Shearling by Wilsons Leather

If you’re spending autumn in Milwaukee instead of Malibu, then this is the jacket for you. This vintage leather jacket not only has faux shearling on the inside and the collar, but also a removable hood. This classic bomber can be worn with just about anything, but make sure you’re sporting a nice combination with it—your best jeans and a pair of kickass boots should work—because this jacket is just a little tougher to pair than most others. This jacket runs small because of the fur, get one size above your normal if you’re on the fence. ($ 330.00 wilsonsleather.com)

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8. Astor Shell MA-1 Slate bomber jacket by Kith

This sky-blue beauty may be too loud for some, but if loud is what you’re going for then this is exactly what you need. This soft-but-durable nylon bomber has a simple design, but the color does all the talking. It’s more of a spring collection piece, but you can make it a fall winner if you pair it with a pair of dark jeans, caramel leather shoes, or a camel sweater underneath to ground the rest of your outfit in more earthy tones. Hurry up and check it out before all the UNC Tar Heels fans get ahold of it. ($ 165.00 kith.com)

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9. The New County Bomber Jacket in Teddy Faux Fur by Asos

Without a doubt, this plush classic is the most eye-popping, jaw-dropping jacket on the list. This smooth faux fur is so soft and cozy that you might want to wear it inside out. As for the styling: With this bomber, you won’t need an impressive shirt or pair of pants—something normal and comfortable will do just fine. ($ 151.00 asos.com)

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10. Crosstown Bomber by Public Rec

This simple, straightforward, and eminently comfortable bomber jacket is ideal for adding some style points to your comfortable outfit while running errands, heading to work, or just bumming around the neighborhood on weekends. It’s stretchy, soft, and includes a few zipper pockets to stash your stuff. ($ 128, publicrecapparel.com)

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The best men’s sweaters of fall 2017

Need to stay warm and cozy this fall, but still want to look cool and breezy?

No sweat.

We’ve rounded up nine of the season’s best sweaters: cable-knit and turtleneck, cashmere and fitness-friendly. (And fine, even if a few of them are technically sweatshirts, we’ve got you covered for every occasion.)

1. Painted Hills Crew by Pendleton

A classic Pendleton design, in monochromatic splendor. This won’t ever go out of style. Shown in red. ($ 139, pendleton-usa.com)

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2. Serape Pullover by Chamula

An authentic design from the mountains of Mexico—and knitted by its indigenous artisans—this sweater is like a cozy souvenir from our beloved neighbors. Shown in navy. ($ 275, chamulaoriginal.com)

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3. The Iconic Wool Rollneck by Polo Ralph Lauren

It’s a turtleneck, but it’s not a turtleneck. It’s a high-neck sweater, and you’re going to look so crispy at Thanksgiving dinner wearing this Italian-blend classic. Shown in brown. ($ 225, ralphlauren.com)

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4. Men U Long-Sleeve Sweatshirt by Uniqlo

It doesn’t get simpler—or cheaper!—than this. You’ll wear it before bed, while making breakfast, as a thermal layer, to the movies, to the grocery store, to dinner, to the gym (wash it after, please), and every place in-between. Shown in gray. ($ 29.90, uniqlo.com)

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5. Round-neck Merino Jumper by COS

Your wardrobe demands a black sweater, and this one works in situations both casual and formal. It’s a staple, and not too costly. Best of all, merino is a natural sweat-wicking material, so you won’t overheat or soak in your own swampiness. Shown in black. ($ 99, cosstores.com)

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6. Övik Folk Knit Sweater by Fjallraven

You can’t wear this to an ugly sweater party. Quite the opposite, really: It’s a beautiful pattern with complementary colors—to one another, and to you. Shown in dark navy. ($ 150, fjallraven.us)

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7. Striped Cashmere Crew by Vince

If you’re looking for an investment piece, you absolutely cannot go wrong with buttery soft cashmere in an easy-to-match pattern. Be ready for others to get cozy with you: It’s so smooth that they’ll be patting your shoulders for good luck. (Good thing you’ve been doing our sweater-weather workout, right?) Shown in black/breeze. ($ 385, vince.com)

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8. Men’s Crew Neck Wool Cable Knit Effect Sweater by Lacoste

The croc says “preppy,” but the ribbed sweater is more universal—wear it to a dive bar and you’ll turn heads for how fly you look, not because you’re out of place. (You’re not. So roll back the sleeves and crack the cue ball.) Shown in Turkey Red 2 Mouline. ($ 185, lacoste.com)

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9. Range Crew Golf Sweater by Nike

You needn’t be a golfer to pull this off. It’s just cozy enough to golf in—but also to wear to the little league basketball game, a casual dinner, or a brisk morning jog. Shown in black. (On Sale $ 59.97, nike.com)

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Best transition jackets of fall 2017

We’re in the awkward phase. (No, not puberty.) We’re talking about that time between fall and winter when the weather can swing from 74° in November (thank you, global warming) to a see-your-breath 30°…in one afternoon.

When those days come around, the average outerwear typically doesn’t cut it. Put on a winter coat and you’re overheating; leave the house with only a light jacket and you’re shivering as the car warms up. What you need is a transitional jacket—something as versatile as the weather you’ll be facing every day.

Here, we’ve rounded up our favorite transitional jackets. From bombers to rainwear, denim to leather, these 10 picks will keep you dry, comfortable, and stylish as hell no matter what the weather throws at you.

1. The Weldon by Nobis

When brisk fall mornings turn blustery and wet by night, you need a wind- and waterproof jacket that’ll shield your clothes and face. You get that and more with Nobis’ handsomely styled Weldon jacket. It has a mesh liner and armpit zip vents to prevent overheating; a dropped tail to shield against mud and rain splatter; and a bevy of multipurpose pockets (some with side and front entry) so you can store your belongings and keep your hands dry. ($ 495, nobis.com)

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2. Jacket of All Trades Interchangeable Jacket by Columbia

You get all-season versatility with this. You also get three jackets in one. There’s a shell; a reversible, waterproof liner (the opposite side is all blue); and a water-resistant fleece bomber. When it’s bone-chillingly cold and wet, wear the full getup. And if it’s unseasonably mild, rock the bomber (the camo print is inspired by one of Columbia’s vintage looks). The shell also has an oversized pocket at the lower back to stow the liner. ($ 260, columbia.com)

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3. Räven Jacket by Fjallraven

The M-65 jacket has enjoyed many civilian iterations since the original U.S. Army models were shipped out in ’65, but Fjallraven’s Raven jacket is our favorite in ’17. The Raven retains all the handsome styling that made the originals such a pragmatic classic of American style: four chest pockets, draw-cords in the waist and bottom hem to trim the fit, and a fixed hood that deploys out of the collar on rainy afternoons. What sets this bird apart, though, is Fjallraven’s signature G-1000 fabric, which is tough, durable, fast-drying, and weather-resistant. ($ 225, fjallraven.us)

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4. Classic Racer Leather Moto Jacket by Schott

Nobody ever buys a leather jacket because it’s practical. People buy leather jackets because they are goddamn badass—and the Racer Leather Moto Jacket from Schott is no exception. But the 141, as it’s known in Schott-speak, is ideal for that autumn-to-winter transition period. Made with gusseted underarm “footballs” and a big back panel, the 141 allows enough range of motion to throw a strong right hook, while the tough brass and nickel-plated hardware (notably the cuff zippers and zipper pockets) seal your body against chilly November wind. Factor in the removable poly twill liner and real-deal American leather, and this masterpiece of a moto jacket will be the perfect companion on any ride (or regular commute) in any season. ($ 765, schottnyc.com)

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5. The Shirt Jacket by Bonobos

It’s officially the year of the shirt jacket renaissance. But as is often the case with flannels and dress shirts, even shirt jackets tend to be boxy and, frankly, a little frumpy-looking. That’s why we like Bonobos’ slim-fitting, lightly insulated shirt jackets. They’ll keep you warm on cool days, layer perfectly under heavier coats on wintry mornings, and fit handsomely around most frames no matter what you’re wearing it with. ($ 198, bonobos.com)

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6. Flapjack Shirt Jac by Duluth Trading Co.

Here it is: The burliest, warmest shirt you could possibly imagine. Duluth Trading Co. has pumped this 8-oz cotton flannel shirt full of poly fleece—perfect for insulating you on cold days in the yard, in the stadium stands, or in front of the fire. It also packs the details that make Duluth’s flannels so practical, like armpit gussets (so you can throw a football without untucking your shirt) and snap closures on the front and cuffs (so you can button up when you have gloves on). Available in six colors. ($ 79.50, duluthtrading.com)

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7. Faux Shearling Lined Denim Chore Jacket by Topman

Head out to any bar or park and you’ll see a sea of dudes decked out in denim jackets. Everyone agrees it’s functional, timeless, and a breeze to style—but you don’t want to blend in, right? So nab a denim jacket with some character and intrigue. Topman’s Faux Shearling Lined Denim Chore Jacket comes off the shelf with some light distressing, which ups the cool factor without being over-the-top. The faux shearling lining also keeps you warm as temperatures drop. ($ 91, topman.com)

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8. Biker Jacket by Zara

Zara strikes the perfect balance of quality clothing at remarkably reasonable prices. Take its Biker Jacket: The ribbing along the arms, belt detail at the hem, and zippered pockets and cuffs give it some edge—but also make it easy to dress up or down. Pair it with tattered jeans for a night out or spruce it up with a dress shirt and some slim-cut trousers. Don’t be scared off by the term “faux leather” either—it has an authentic look and feel. ($ 129, zara.com)

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9. Jonesville Bomber Jacket by Carhartt

With Carhartt, you know you’re getting a true workman’s garment that’s built to last. You get that durability in the Jonesville Bomber, but in a totally different silhouette and aesthetic than Carhartt’s benchmark jackets. It’s crafted from a polyester pile—like fleece—that insulates heat exceptionally well. And while the bomber has a loose cut, rib-knit cuffs at the wrists and hem give it that clean look. ($ 208, carhartt-wip.com)


10. Quilted Down Jacket by Dockers

We love the quilted detailing on this stylish, lightweight jacket from Dockers. Made with cotton and down insulation, you’ll get the warmth and coverage you need, without sweating your ass off. ($ 148, dockers.com)

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Don’t Believe What They Say About Fall Fashion, Elon Musk, or ICE: 10 Headlines We Trolled This Week

Don't Believe What They Say About Fall Fashion, Elon Musk, or ICE: 10 Headlines We Trolled This Week

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Bachelor Nation’s Raven Gates Gushes Over Boyfriend Adam Gottschalk: ‘I Continue To Fall More In Love’

Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk are still going strong!


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Prince Harry & Meghan Markle To Tour Australia, Fiji, Tonga & New Zealand This Fall

Kensington Palace says Prince Harry, and his wife, the former actress Meghan Markle, will be touring Australia, Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand this fall.


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Three-In-One Jackets, Your New Fall Favorite

Fall is that in-between season when the weather seems to have a split personality, bouncing from the 70s to the 40s sometimes in the space of a few hours. It requires dressing with forethought.

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11 Not-So-Standard Flannel Shirts to Keep You Warm This Fall

Flannel’s soft touch and incomparable warmth have made it a go-to fall shirting fabric for almost as long as “fall shirting” has been a concept. A good fashion historian will tell you that the fabric emerged in Wales sometime in the 17th century as a less-scratchy alternative to traditional woolen garments.

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7 Shirt Jackets, Your New Favorite Style Hybrid, Ready for This Fall

This season’s go-to layer is not quite a shirt and not quite a jacket. The “shacket” steals a little from both and packs the warmth and ease to get you through chilly times. Below, seven of our favorites.

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Filson and Danner Team Up for The Ultimate Fall Boot Collaboration

Filson has been turning out durable outdoor gear for over 120 years. And though Danner hasn’t been around as long (they’re a spring chicken by comparison, at just 85 years old), the Portland-based footwear maker has built up a similarly high reputation for manufacturing great boots. To hear that the two were teaming up for a collaboration meant a guarantee of hardcore, long-lasting quality — and that’s exactly what you’ll get with their new Grouse Hunting Boot.

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A Stylish, Affordable Fall Wardrobe Is Waiting For You at One Cool Store

Though the weather in some areas of the country (cough, New York, cough Atlanta) might lead you to believe that we’re living in a perpetual state of summer, at some point chillier temperatures, colored foliage and hiking weather will be here. And when that happens, the latest release from Uniqlo U will be waiting

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25 Pairs of Boots We Can’t Wait to Wear This Fall

The extended summer so many of us seem to be experiencing may be keeping our sneakers, boat shoes, and loafers in rotation just a little longer than we expected. But soon enough, boot weather (wind, rain, sleet, and even snow) will be here to push them all the the back of our closets. With that in mind, we rounded up the pairs we can’t wait to wear this season — from a new take on the classic Timberland to a tough, handmade pair of hiking boots from the relatively young brand Feit. Take a look at the best fall boots a guy could ask for below.

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The 6 Essential Fall Layers Every Man’s Closet Needs

One of the few benefits of colder weather is that staying warm outside requires wearing more clothes. Layering provides opportunity to become a Russian nesting doll of style, stacking one awesome piece on top of another to build a fantastic outfit. With that in mind, we’ve broken down the six layering options you need to stay warm and look cool all fall and winter long.

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How to Wear Corduroy, the Undisputed Material of Fall 2017

Not long ago, the
words corduroy jacket may have conjured visions of what a
fashion-challenged professor would wear to keep warm on a walk across campus on
an autumn day. But this season, everything’s changed — designers
and brands have taken the material and applied it to the classic, and newly trendy,
shape of the trucker (the two-flap-pocket jacket made famous by Levi’s decades
ago). Corduroy has become a soft yet rugged alternative to denim, adding
texture to otherwise familiar shapes. Some of our favorite ways to wear it, below.

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Tory Lanez, Cashmere Cat & Major Lazer “Miss You,” Kodak Black “Fall Thru” & More | Daily Visuals 2.5.18

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Canadians really do have an affinity for the ice rink.

In the visuals to “Miss You” Tory Lanez, Cashmere Cat and Major Lazer hang out at an ice rink where they chill on a Zamboni and enjoy the company of a fleet of figure skaters that do dances that would break the average man.

Meanwhile further to the south side of things, Kodak Black lets viewers get a glimpse of his rap star life and the perks that come with it in his clip to “Fall Thru.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Moneybagg Yo, Charlie Puth featuring Boyz II Men, and more.

TORY LANEZ, CASHMERE CAT & MAJOR LAZER – “MISS YOU”

KODAK BLACK – “FALL THRU”

MONEYBAGG YO – “NO LOVE”

CHARLIE PUTH FT. BOYZ II MEN – “IF YOU LEAVE ME NOW”

AUDIO PUSH – “PUMP FAKE”

TEE GRIZZLEY – “COLORS”

SMOKEPURPP – “GEEK A LOT”

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The Sweater Your Fall Layering Rotation Is Missing

Crewneck sweaters are essentially the Swiss Army knife of knits: they’re the versatile staple piece that can work with everything else you’re planning on wearing this fall. That familiarity and ubiquity makes them a great place for designers to experiment — it’s as if they’re a blank canvas that’s just waiting for the right artist.

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VanGlam Magazine Fall Issue – Gus McTavish

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VanGlam Magazine Fall Issue

Volume 1

Gus McTavish

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: October 1, 2012

Publisher: GmC Publishing

Seller: Gus McTavish


A pictorial essay of Western personalities complete with in-depth profiles. We believe all of these people and their stories will be interesting and inspiring to most men and women, and the imagery both flattering and enjoyable to all

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Fall Out Boy’s ‘Mania’ Becomes Its Third No. 1 Album in a Row

The band’s seventh studio record debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. Camila Cabello’s “Camila” slid to fourth place.
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Why You Can’t Wear the Same Sunglasses in Fall That You Wore All Summer

The sun isn’t a summer-only phenomenon, which means that the advent of fall is no reason to forgo a pair of sunglasses. In fact, autumn is the perfect season to showcase a different, slightly more restrained look that a great pair of sunglasses will help you nail down.

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Mark E. Smith, Uncompromising Leader of the Fall, Dies at 60

Mr. Smith led the bristling and influential post-punk band for four decades with an intransigent voice and anarchically caustic lyrics.
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M A N I A – Fall Out Boy

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M A N I A

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: January 19, 2018

© ℗ 2017 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Divided We Fall
Flaw

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
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Genre:
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