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.


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

Hugo Boss white sneaker
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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

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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
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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
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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]


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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.


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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.


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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]

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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]

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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]

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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.


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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.


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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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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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Reebok’s Fall Campaign Reintroduces the Aztrek

Reebok will launch a fall campaign Tuesday that ties in with the rerelease of the Aztrek, an off-road runner introduced in 1993 that has futuristic layers and a chunky design that embraces the heart of the Nineties sneaker style. The campaign features six Nineties-raised tastemakers for a content series titled “Aztrek: ’90s Re-run.”
The Aztrek, which was relaunched at retail this summer and sells for $ 90, is unisex and epitomizes the “dad sneaker” trend. It is sold at Champs and Reebok.com.
Featured in the campaign is humorist and social media personality Jay Versace; vintage streetwear reworker Sara Gourlay of Frankie Collective; cult vintage shop owner Kirk Tilton of For All to Envy; Jordan Page, a retro style expert and streetwear archivist, and Josh Matthews and Angie Chavez, vintage collectors and curators.
Each partner was shot in rare vintage NIneties Reebok gear that they personally curated or custom-created, resulting in five “one-of-one” capsule collections, all of which will be available for anyone to enter to win on reebok.com (for free), starting today. Sourced from their personal wardrobes, and coupled with vintage shopping, each collection pays homage to the style of the Nineties, as well as the Aztrek’s distinctive design elements and colorways.
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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.


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

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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).


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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.

 

 


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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.  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!  [ 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:


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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

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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]

Courtesy of Ralph Lauren

Tommy Jeans Rabbit Camo Hiking Boot

[$ 160; tommy.com]

Courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger

Michael Kors Wilder Leather Combat Boot

[$ 398; michaelkors.com]

Courtesy of Michael Kors

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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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Urban Zen RTW Fall 2018

How many pieces does a woman need to feel chic and comfortable around the clock? Seven, according to Donna Karan. And she actually named them the “Seven Easy Pieces.” Believing in the power of layering to meet the diverse needs of contemporary life, the designer conceived a fall collection filled with smart, easy-to-wear styles that can be mixed and matched to build effortless, sophisticated outfits.
From basic but beautifully crafted jersey tops and bodysuits to chiffon maxi skirts and hyper-soft suede pants to tuck inside feather-weight suede boots, everything was infused with a luxurious nonchalance.
Adjustable and detachable details made the pieces highly versatile. A hooded padded parka could be buttoned up to make it shorter and a nylon skirt featured ties to wrap around the body transforming its shape.
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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.

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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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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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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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Woolmark Partners With 3.1 Phillip Lim on Fall Capsule

The Woolmark Co. has teamed with 3.1 Phillip Lim to develop a fall collection and ad campaign.
Collaborating with Woolmark, designer Phillip Lim sourced a selection of innovative fabrics and yarns to produce 24 key women’s wear pieces designed with Australian merino wool. The capsule also includes Lim’s first production of a wool puffer coat, which will be featured in the campaign.
Lim and Woolmark will host special in-store events at select Saks Fifth Avenue and Lane Crawford locations, timed with the capsule’s delivery in October.
“Our ‘Merino Series’ speaks to the spirit of individuality, a core tenet of the 3.1 Phillip Lim brand ethos,” said Lim. “For this capsule, we wanted to utilize wool in unexpected ways and reimagine its boundaries. We explored the character of a lavish nomad with colors, dusted by the sun, silhouettes patch-worked together and playful, exaggerated proportions — an eclecticism collected from travel and memory.
“Whether it is the oversized puffer coat, the checked suit, or the color-blocked panne-pressed trench, I found the breadth and possibility within the material to be quite compelling for the modern woman’s wardrobe,” said the designer.

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“For me, it really is a project about starting a new culture around the brand; even the photographs are more about the women than they are the clothes,” Casey Cadwallader mused about his debut fall presentation for Mugler. His approach was focused and smart: to start by designing signatures and pieces that are meant to last and mix in a few shocking pieces. For instance, Cadwallader said he would like to re-create the collection’s cropped, black leather jacket season after season, mentioning, “I think sometimes fashion moves faster than the clients and I’d rather make it so if you see something in a magazine in six months, you might still be able to buy it.”
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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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Trigère RTW Fall 2018

Trigère, as in Pauline Trigère, is back.
“Who?” asks anyone under the age of 40 in this industry.
Maybe that’s not fair. Millennials can be fashion historians, too. But for those who aren’t: Pauline Trigère was a French-American designer, known for elegant tailoring, reversible capes and coats and being an early champion of the jumpsuit. She founded her house in 1942, was the first American designer to celebrate a 50th anniversary and received the CFDA Lifetime Achievement awards the year after. She closed her ready-to-wear business in 1994 and passed away in 2002 at the age of 93. Her brand, full of heritage though it is, has been silent for decades.
And now it’s being revived in a most curious way at the hands of a Canadian businessman named Peter Lewis, who bought the trademark from Trigère’s now-deceased sons. Lewis prefers to remain behind the scenes — he declined to be interviewed — but tapped a fellow Canadian designer, Franklin Benjamin Elman, to helm the revival. He presented the first collection by appointment on Sunday.
The audience Elman appeared to want to target is young ladies, those who likely aren’t familiar with the name Trigère. So it was interesting that Elman chose to use

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Claudia Li RTW Fall 2018

“I didn’t get a dress until this morning! It was still on a machine,” Claudia Li exclaimed while noting how stressful putting together her fall presentation had been. Thankfully the dress in question — made of burnt orange sequins with contrasting graphic black lines — made it and was a clear bright spot in the lineup.
The designer has felt the weight of a gloomy social landscape this past year and wanted to put out a message of hope, which she did charmingly. There were vibrant pops of hot pink and cactus green balanced with cheerful prints and an aesthetic attitude that was more confident and elevated.
While researching stories about silence, Li came across Turkish fairy-tale, “The Silent Princess,” in which a cursed prince, even on the brink of death, finds the will to carry on. It was a potent message of resilience. “I felt like there is hope. You need to keep going and be determined. It’s about endurance.”
Season to season, Li displays a more mature hand. Indeed, this range felt more rounded out and approachable, with different brand “isms” like structure and playfulness applied in more minimal ways. Her penchant for volume was seen as exaggerated collars on

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Adam Lippes RTW Fall 2018

Adam Lippes does refined daywear with connotations of ease and insouciance. He’ll say he doesn’t do red carpet, yet the playfully roomy micro sequined gown a model donned in his new Brooklyn Heights residence would have you begging to differ. Lippes is an entertainer, and he wanted to show where the clothes would typically live — namely dinner parties and less formal events. Light bites were served while models lounged and roamed about, showing how the clothes move while maintaining a sense of approachable polish.
Lippes began with research into paisley prints, tracing their modern era production to Paisley, Scotland. Interestingly enough, there wasn’t any paisley in the collection, but the elegant range was rife with heritage textiles made and sewn in Scotland. A key fabric was a Harris tweed bonded to Chantilly lace, whose months-long craftsmanship could only be admired up close. It was cut into a mannish-yet-loose coat, which had a balance of structure and softness that flowed through the rest of the collection. Outerwear was hefty while separates like wide leg trousers, Fair Isle cashmere skirts and multicolored tweed prints on silk were soft and fluid. There weren’t age limitations, but the scuba knit plaid top or bomber tucked

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Nicole Miller RTW Fall 2018

Nicole Miller decided to not stick to a specific theme this season. During a backstage interview before the show, the designer said she wanted to create a collection reflecting what real girls wear every day. This search for realism, which is certainly influenced by the huge impact of street style on contemporary fashion, led to in mixed results on the catwalk. The combination of masculine and feminine references played a pivotal role in the lineup, which featured a wide range of sartorial elements mixed with military and romantic details.
For example, a wool suit was splashed with a camouflage pattern, which was also reworked in an artsy, abstract version on a hoodie worn with a leather miniskirt. An orange quilted parka was injected with a utilitarian feel, while a biker leather jacket was embellished with metallic eagles, which also punctuated an asymmetric silk dress. Ranging from grungy and androgynous to urban and contemporary, the collection was a tad confusing with an overabundance of motifs.
A more lively attitude emerged when Miller kept things simple and feminine. A fluid blouse paired with coordinated silk pants, both worked in a romantic floral pattern, as well as a handkerchief dress combining botanical prints with a

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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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Raf Simons Men’s Fall 2018

Raf Simons set up his own interpretation of a Flemish still-life painting — an opulent tableaux of fruits, red wine, loaves of bread and impressive flower arrangements — as the backdrop for his fall collection, titled “Youth in Motion.”
His inspiration this season was “Christiane F.,” the 1981 cult film directed by Uli Edel about the dangers and realities of drug addiction. “I thought he was going to put some pictures on T-shirts,” Edel said. “I didn’t realize the whole show was based on the film. It was a long time ago.”
Indeed. But Simons modernized the theatrical production by juxtaposing it with a driving techno soundtrack and colorful laser lights for that rave feel he loves so well.
The opening look — a boxy plaid coat with contrasting yellow lining over a deconstructed turtleneck with draping side panels and ultrafitted satin cargo pants — served to introduce his new silhouette.
The abundant tailored offering mirrored that silhouette with oversize blazers and skinny pants accessorized with elbow-high latex gloves.
While the theme of the show may have been dark, the use of bright colors including red, yellow, tangerine orange and purple helped to soften the mood.
Drug references surfaced both subtly, as patches on scarves and

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Nick Graham Men’s Fall 2018

Name: Nick Graham
Main message: Leave it to Nick Graham to break with the status quo. Instead of staging a traditional runway show or presentation, he took over The Manderley, a “small, dark and smoky” nightclub at the McKittrick Hotel for an intimate musical performance. As lead singer, Graham sang five self-penned songs from his upcoming album “Soundtracks From Films Never Made.” The band and staff were dressed in pieces from Graham’s fall collection, Metropolis, which featured lots of patterns including exploded windowpanes, graphic plaids and an overall retro sensibility. “It feels more dressed up,” he said. The brand’s new graphic underwear and hosiery were also on display.
The result: In a world in which experiential marketing is the new buzzword, Graham has been a master of the trend for years.

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New York Fall 2018 Designer Inspirations: Part Two

Teamwork, the urban housewife, matriarchy and cowgirls are among the diverse influences that designers cited for fall.

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Todd Snyder Men’s Fall 2018

Everything old is new again. Just ask Todd Snyder.
The designer closed the first day of New York Fashion Week: Men’s with what was arguably his finest collection to date. Snyder seamlessly blended an old-school sensibility with a totally modern aesthetic in a lineup that had an overarching romantic feel.
The opening look of an ultrathin, belted tweed coat over a denim jacket and jeans set the tone for a collection that was soft and full of nostalgia.
What started last season with more billowy proportions continued this time with an array of pleated pants, sack suits and shrunken school-boy sweaters.
The collection was also more colorful this time around, with muted pinks, brighter blues and grandfatherly yellows breathing new life into the preppy cardigans and fleece hoodies that also provided a chic collegiate touch.
Snyder’s longstanding partnership with Champion also moved into new territory this season with an update of the Fifties-era “running man” logo the designer emblazoned on the front of herringbone sweatshirts with matching joggers.
“It’s really an eclectic mix of different styles,” Snyder said of the vibe described in the show notes as “part aesthete, part athlete, part Savile Row rebel.”
And judging from the rousing ovation at the end of the show

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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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John Varvatos Men’s Fall 2018

John Varvatos went “rogue” for his fall show, eschewing the official fashion calendar to present on the eve of Grammys weekend in New York.
He selected an old synagogue on the Lower East Side and filled the front row with musicians and executives in town for the big event at Madison Square Garden: all three Jonas brothers, Thomas Rhett, Young Paris and Rita Ora among them.
It was ironic then that this season, Varvatos showed less of a rock ’n’ roll aesthetic than in the past. “I never think of us as rock ’n’ roll,” the designer said backstage before the show. “That’s other people’s perception. But it does have an edge to it.”
Instead, the designer set out to “change it up,” with a show he titled “John Varvatos 2.0” that “explored the notion of looking back to look forward,” according to the show notes.
He turned to his greatest hits over the past 17 years — textured fabrics, handknit sweaters, hand-finished leathers and pumped-up trainers — modernized in terms of silhouette and materials — to offer his take on the street “and how we’re living today.”
Despite the slightly oversized proportions, the collection was not streetwear — intentionally. “I appreciate streetwear but I’m

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Maison Rabih Kayrouz RTW Fall 2018

“It’s Couture Baby,” proclaimed a red neon sign overlooking the nave of the American Cathedral in Paris, where Rabih Kayrouz showed his fall collection. It was and it wasn’t, as the designer mixed one-off creations with ready-to-wear in his display, which blended softly tailored daywear with high-shine evening gowns.
Kayrouz likes to bring a performance element to his shows, which this season featured ballet dancer Marie-Agnès Gillot alongside jewelry designer Noor Fares — making a cameo appearance as the bride — and writer Sophie Fontanel.
Swathed in a navy mohair coat and orange felt dress, Gillot appeared several times during the show, sliding down the marble steps of the chancel and rolling on the marble floor. Her impassioned performance, which she kept up even as the designer was taking his bow, threatened at times to overshadow the clothes.
Because contrary to what his groovy sign may proclaim, Kayrouz is not a showman when it comes to designing. Working in a palette of navy, khaki, orange and white, he showed variations on trenchcoats, peplum tops and paneled dresses aimed at a confident woman who shrugs off trends.
After-dark options included a bustier gown in an iridescent fabric covered in nude tulle, and a sleeveless gold

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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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Sandro Fall 2018

Corduroy formed the centerpiece of Sandro’s lineup for fall, turning up in all shapes and sizes. Thick for the rusty brown trouser and jacket ensemble; superthin for its elegant cousin, a navy blue suit ideal as eveningwear. Designer Ilan Chétrite employed the fabric for more unusual styles, including a letterman-style jacket with elegant white leather trimmings on the pockets. A cozy, camel-colored duffle coat had a fleece lining.
The brand worked with the performance textile specialist Helly Hansen for the sporty line, which included a coat for snowboarders. Pants ran straight, chopped at the ankles, for a contemporary twist to the Seventies-infused collection. Chétrite cited childhood Polaroid shots as inspiration, which was felt in the color palette, with mustard and camel featuring prominently. This was a smart collection, relaxed and modern.

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Proenza Schouler Fall RTW 2018

Paris is a glorious place. Paris isn’t a panacea to remedy a collection low on newness. Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough are extremely talented, highly skilled designers with a point of view and a sense of daring. They’re the ones who set New York youthquake in motion more than a decade ago. Now, like countless others across the industry, they’re facing essential fork-in-the-road questions, including how to continue to develop their business and, as reported in WWD last week, whether to reembrace New York as part of a small collective of cool-reputation designers who would show on a December-to-June schedule.
The above may have been points of distraction that played into the disappointing fall ready-to-wear collection McCollough and Hernandez showed on Monday. Or maybe not. After three compelling outings that began with their remarkable spring 2017 collection, this may maybe a mere creative breather. Not every serve is an ace. Backstage postshow, McCollough spoke “a new type of eclecticism,” and Hernandez, “A little bit of this, a little bit of that. A little bit of West Coast, a little bit of East, a little bit of New York showing in Paris,” he said. “The whole thing is just a global community these days, and we wanted something

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Wooyoungmi Men’s Fall 2018

An edge emerged in Katie Chung’s first solo show. “There’s a lot of big change of our muse,” she said backstage before the display, explaining he no longer is a classical artist but one of today — with multifaceted pursuits.
“They’re interested in sports. At the same time they are interested in vintage,” continued Chung, ticking off, as well, the likes of suiting, tailoring and streetwear, calling these guys — and the collection — “the new romantic bohemians.” “I tried to mix them altogether.”
Still, Wooyoungmi’s aesthetic remained consistent. Chung maintained the label’s traditional slouchy silhouettes for some fall looks, including the opener — an oversize sartorial suit — plus topcoats, blazers and shirting. On the other end of the spectrum were the leather trousers and jeans, creating a healthy tension between what’s refined and rougher.
Much was on trend, such as the retro tracksuit worn over an oversize flannel shirt and paired with pointy white cowboy boots.
Though maybe a tad bipolar, this collection was fun and of the moment overall.

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John Galliano Men’s Fall 2018

For fall, Bill Gaytten wove touches of Asia into a sleek and fanciful offering for a cosmopolitan crowd.
“It’s a little bit Asian, but not literally so,” said Gaytten, pointing to details like modified versions of cheongsam fastenings. From the past, he borrowed mainstays like the snug, quilted coat relied on for generations and reinterpreted it for modern city life — in silky orange with flower-print panels. Suit jackets were double-breasted, with blanket stitching to soften the look.
Noble fabrics included a tapestry jacquard in bronze and black, which he used to make a series of ultrachic overcoats, jackets and even cargo pants. For woman’s pre-fall, he embellished one jacket with a row of long, black tassels. Kimono references in pieces for women came in multiple forms, with a thick, camel cashmere coat serving as lush outerwear, while a flowing, black jacket in a turquoise, pale pink and orange flower motif offered a sensual alternative to the tuxedo blazer.
Inspiration came from the craftsmanship of the Tibetan plateau as well as Anna May Wong, the glamorous Hollywood actress who recast the image of Chinese Americans in the Thirties.
Gaytten lifted a chunky, knit cardigan in black and white, with pockets the perfect size to

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Sean Suen Men’s Fall 2018

Beijing-born Sean Suen — who studied graphic design and fine arts before veering off into fashion — presented a cinematic collection that tapped into the doomed fate of one of its most famous inhabitants, China’s last emperor Puyi. During a preview, the designer mentioned that he had recently seen the 1987 Bertolucci film and that the generational perception of the man seemed to evolve from a semi-villainous focal point, to a remote historical figure.
In keeping with the Chinese designer’s previous efforts, the lineup focused on tailored shapes, silhouettes retained a monastic “East-meets-West” sensibility by borrowing indiscriminately from martial outfits, classic tailoring and workwear.
Suen’s painterly sensibilities come to express themselves through his sartorial work, and lend themselves to this kind of implicit storytelling. But even without knowing the igniting thought, the slow descent from the imperial throne to a form of layman anonymity was clear, say, in the gradual softening of the shoulders — from the stricture of a shoulder cape to the roundness of the natural articulation — as it was in textures. Suen went from the richness of a wool embossed with an astrakhan pattern on a voluminous fur-collared blouson, to the bareness of a black suit. One mottled

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Valentino Men’s Fall 2018

“Authentic rebellion has a grace. It does not scream, it is a state of mind,” read the Valentino show notes.
For the past few seasons, Pierpaolo Piccioli has been exploring his vision of masculinity, one that casts off gender stereotypes to focus on individual expression. After cycling through punk and streetwear, his journey led him to post-punk performers such as Adam Ant, The Cure and Visage.
In line with his ethos of quiet rebellion, the New Romantic influences were subtle — a smudge of eyeliner here, a silver spike stud there. The latter sprouted up on the sleeves of a slim navy double cashmere coat, or a lightweight black parka. A leather jacket would have been too formulaic, Piccioli argued.
“It’s about the personal gesture,” he said backstage. Behind him, a series of mood boards displayed images including a portrait by Italian Renaissance painter Lorenzo Lotto, dreamlike photographs by Duane Michals, and Keith Richards cavorting topless through a Belle Epoque mansion.
“It’s about the freedom for men to be exactly who you are. I think this is a moment when men are thinking about themselves. After centuries of rules, men maybe in these [last] three decades are trying to express themselves,” Piccioli added, by

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Palomo Spain Men’s Fall 2018

What better start to Paris Men’s Fashion Week? And to the year, while we’re at it.
Horns tooting, Alejandro Gómez Palomo this season put the conservative country set and hunting world through his madcap spinner. In an altogether more masculine and commercial collection, relatively speaking, the designer opened with bottle green Dickens-esque capelet coats and skinny pants in a dark, cool, wool-striped fabric, tricked with foxtails and ring belts with S&M undertones.
The Elizabethan-style period dressing bit — think guys in doublets with slash sleeves, pleated brocade tunics and onion-shaped hose like puffed shorts — was where it all exploded.
The silver sequin chainmail dress with green capelet was a real head-turning moment. As were the silk brocade chaps. Other looks, like the stately black cape dusted with crystals, had a turn-of-the-century, woman-in-mourning feel, with the designer’s work recalling early John Galliano, pulling from a lot of different source material.
But for all the camping around, the craftsmanship was exquisite, especially the intricate shoulder constructions. Hunting hats with splays of feathers and fringed leather bags finished off the looks.
A drapey camel trenchcoat with a pale blue shirt with ruffles on the collar had the perfect balance.
There was a liberating, gender-free, fairy-tale mood. But the

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Rossignol Men’s Fall 2018

For Rossignol’s Studio collection, Andrea Pompilio showed respect for the history of the brand and said he wished to “telegraph the precision and technicality” of the company’s expertise in the mountains for “daily, performing city pieces.”
The designer highlighted Rossignol’s down jackets, rendering them season-less and ultralight. Pompilio layered the pieces, designed to be combined freely. A standout look comprised a padded corduroy jacket with knitwear intarsia and a removable ecological shearling collar, worn over comfortable and loose pied-de-poule pants.
Functional details, such as snap-hooks and ski-lift badges, became decorative elements for the city, as did mesh pockets, applied on the sleeves of a checkered shirt in vivid and contrasting orange and blue.

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Gosha Rubchinskiy Men’s Fall 2018

The Nineties, Gosha Rubchinskiy’s fetish decade, is a vast and rich period to mine, especially if you embrace the whole of Russia and its topsy-turvy history, its prickly rapport with the United States, and its homegrown music culture.
For his third show in his native land, the designer summoned the fashion pack — or at least the few that didn’t have obligations at Milan Men’s Fashion Week — to remote and frigid Yekaterinburg, also known as the unofficial capital of Russian Constructivism and the cradle of late Soviet Rock music.
This was the strongest of his Russian trilogy, fueled by the energy of rock and the archetypes he constructs and dresses. Here were rockers, skinheads, nerds, “gopniki” — Russian chavs — and druzhinniki, Soviet-era civilians who helped the police.
The show, staged at the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center, stirred nostalgia for the politician who helped close the door on the U.S.S.R. and open a new chapter as the first head of the Russian Federation. The word plastered above the runway, “Svoboda,” the Russian word for freedom, recalled the promise of that period and broadcast the freewheeling collection Rubchinskiy would send forth. It included new collaborations with Levi’s and Dr. Martens, and continued tie-ups with Adidas

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Versace Men’s Fall 2018

“Go big – and go home,” was Donatella Versace’s rallying cry for this joyful, post-modern mash-up of preppy, punk, street – and Versace Home accessories. She said the season was all about “dressing in layers” and smiled as she talked about the home furnishings flourishes on the clothes: Thick, gold fabric fringe snaking its way across jackets and sweatshirts, fabric tassels swinging from bags and belt hoops, and bold swirling medallion prints on puffers, coats and long hoodie tops.
This standout collection had an exaggerated, Archie Comics feel to it – but more the updated Riverdale version – what with the bright, clashing colors, mixed-up plaid patchworks and printed silks. The designer sliced up tartans of different shapes, colors and sizes and patched them back together for men’s and women’s jackets, coats and quilted shirts, and layered turtlenecks and sweaters in eye-searing shades of orange, lime green and fuchsia under sharply-tailored pinstripe suits. Velvets covered with Versace medallion and shadowy stained-glass window prints were scattered across stretchy dresses, puffers with attitude and fluid track bottoms that could have doubled as pajamas.
A tiger print prowled across long coats and short jackets while a more romantic Venus and Cupid one flashed across electric

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Ermenegildo Zegna Couture Men’s Fall 2018

The show space was striking: a snowy runway set by Swiss artist Thomas Flechtner in a Brutalist university faculty building in Milan’s Université Bocconi designed by Grafton Architects.
But the collection’s strength was in the detail and the process, with Alessandro Sartori plucking from the “natural reserves” of Oasi Zegna, the family’s natural park in northern Italy, to expand the definition of luxury.
“One of [Flechtner’s] works is exactly about a modern vision of snow landscapes….This idea of presenting a juxtaposition of craft and technical, handmade and sharp in a Brutalist architecture to me is the same type of philosophy,” said the designer during a preview of the collection.
A new fabric — Oasi Cashmere — came dipped in natural dyes made from flowers, herbs, wood, leaves and roots, developed by Lanificio Zegna over 12 years and using an entirely chemical-free process involving a multilayer deep dyeing process. A small revolution, producing even fluorescent and black tones. (It ain’t called couture for nothing.)
Experimental fabrics — courtesy of Bonotto SpA, the high-end textile manufacturer that Ermenegildo Zegna Group acquired last year — included a matte cotton and wool-blend corduroy used for jackets, and a new woven leather fabric best showcased on a tennis-bag-style, single-strap backpack.
The innovation

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Brooks Brothers Men’s Fall 2018

Brooks Brothers presented an impressive array of its greatest hits during its first runway show that celebrated the roots of American men’s wear.
The company, which turns 200 years old in 2018, kicked off the party with a special event at the Pitti Uomo show in Florence. The brand borrowed the spectacular Palazzo Vecchio for a multipronged event that opened with the runway show and transitioned to a retrospective and private dinner hosted by Brooks’ owner Claudio Del Vecchio.
The show, which featured 51 looks — 43 men’s and eight women’s — was a nod to founder Henry Sands Brooks’ roots as a disruptor. With a live performance by the Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana as the backdrop — playing “Empire State of Mind” as a nod to its New York history — the company presented modern interpretations of the button-down shirt, repp tie and other innovations that have since become men’s wear classics.
Suit jackets tucked into pants so they doubled as shirts, trench coats worn inside out and seersucker suits worn under tweed blazers were all featured during the show. Among the standouts were head-turning topcoats, madras shirts and shorts and lush shearling in the season-less collection.
There were also subtle references to some

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Divided We Fall
Flaw

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
11

Genre:
Rock

Price:
$ 9.99

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℗ 2016 Pavement Entertainment, Inc


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Bobby Abley Men’s Fall 2018

Bobby Abley often turns to popular culture for inspiration — everyone from the Teletubbies to the Power Rangers have made appearances in his high-energy shows.
For fall, he teamed with Warner Bros. and made the Looney Tunes characters the focal point of his collection: Tweety was embroidered on a bright yellow marabou sweater, a pair of fluffy gray dungarees paid homage to Bugs Bunny and intarsia knits featured everyone from Sylvester to Daffy Duck.
Muppet-like faux fur also played a key role, splashed all over roomy parkas and bomber jackets.
Even though this was familiar territory for Abley, the collection didn’t feel old. His fun, light-hearted approach to dressing was welcome at a time of all-round uncertainty.
The designer also played with contrasts, adding crystal embellishments or lace panels on baggy tracksuits and oversize outerwear.
“I’m not here to show a gender-neutral collection but blurring the lines a little bit is always good,” Abley said after the show.

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Kent & Curwen Men’s Fall 2018

Kent & Curwen staged a presentation at its new London store in Covent Garden and tapped the British photographer and filmmaker Perry Ogden to shoot young London sportsmen and creative types wearing some of the new fall pieces on the football pitch, beside the boxing ring and in an artist’s studio.
Creative director Daniel Kearns said he chose Ogden for his ability to capture “the realness and rawness of British culture,” which he said feels relevant to the brand, which is about cutting across generations, cultures and subcultures.
Ogden’s 34 photographs of young boxers, footballers, models, musicians, artists and writers are on display next door to the Floral Street flagship. They are accompanied by a vintage-looking film shot on a Super 8 camera that shows the young men — from different walks of life — training and honing their skills.
“It’s all about the preparation — you always have to prepare. It’s in everything — the way you eat, the way you sleep the night before a game. You always have to prepare well,” said the brand’s co-owner David Beckham on the sidelines of the presentation. “Perry has really captured that in his pictures of the kids boxing, and the kids in the band. He

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Tourne De Transmission Men’s Fall 2018

Graeme Gaughan, Tourne de Transmission’s creative director, returned to foreign cultures for fall 2018, the inspiration material that fueled his rise on the men’s wear scene. “I got a bit distracted in the last few seasons,” he told WWD, explaining that this season it was images in photographer Lee Gordon’s book, “Kanaval: Vodou, Politics and Revolution on the Streets of Haiti,” that galvanized his return to form.
Gordon’s images of the carnival in Jacmel, Haiti, in the Nineties depict men smeared in paint or mud wearing dresses, and children in ill-fitting suits gathered to reenact a grisly story from their history.
Gaughan reinterpreted Gordon’s otherworldly characters through a refined collection predominantly in black . Tailored coats skewed longer on one side, with asymmetrically applied pockets, while lace T-shirts were a subtle reminder of the spectacle and gender fluidity of the collection’s inspiration.
A baby pink check lifted the mood and looked especially good for a hooded parka with a dipped hem that was paired with a zip-front sweat and raw denim jeans.

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London Fashion Week Men’s Fall 2018: Inspirations

From skiing to winning the lottery, London men’s wear designers looked to a wide range of subjects for inspiration for their fall collections. Here, some of the topics that sparked their creativity ahead of the shows, which begin on Saturday.
“This season we celebrate the 70th  anniversary of the Trialmaster jacket, which gave me an opportunity to revisit our British roots and present our Made in U.K. collection. Looking through our Trialmaster history led me to explore English youth subcultures and how our jackets have been adopted and customized since the Fifties. The iconic silhouettes from this era including the field, parka and biker jackets have been updated this season with added functionality and modern fabrications. The hero piece of the collection is the anniversary Trialmaster, which is entirely manufactured in the U.K., in a new tumbled coated cotton and reflective tape with badges, celebrating our heritage.” — Delphine Ninous, creative director, Belstaff
“A deep dive into the big blue. The collection stands as a creative call to arms and focuses on responsible design and sourcing to protect both planet and wearer.” — Christopher Raeburn
“It’s about escaping life, going to Noel’s house party and the adventures of kids’ coloring books.” — Liam Hodges
“This season’s collection explores

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Carrie Underwood Needed Over 40 Stitches In Her Face After November Fall

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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 Bros. Records Inc.

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Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz and Girlfriend Meagan Camper Expecting Baby No. 2

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American Beauty / American Psycho – Fall Out Boy

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American Beauty / American Psycho

Fall Out Boy

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 20, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Rodarte Skipping the Runway for Fall

Rodarte will show its fall collection via private appointments in Paris the week of Jan. 22 instead of doing a runway show as they did during couture last July. Their next runway show will be for spring 2018 in Paris in July.

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Kuzma goes off as Rockets fall to Lakers, lose CP3

Rookie Kyle Kuzma scored 38 as the Lakers held off James Harden (51) and the Rockets, who saw their 14-game win streak end and Chris Paul leave with a leg injury.
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Meek Mill ft. Young Thug “Fall Thru,” Boosie Badazz “Savages” & More | Daily Visuals 12.14.17

Even though he’s behind bars Meek Mill is making sure his presence is still felt out on these streets.

A few weeks after dropping a video for “Fall Thru” the Philadelphia rapper comes through with a visual for the Young Thug assisted “We Ball” where Meek strolls through a cemetery during a funeral to which Young Thug is apparently the deacon at. Could Thugger be hinting that he’s ready to follow Mase’s footsteps after he hangs up the mic?

Back in the bayou Boosie Badazz roams the backstreets of a block next to the water in his clip to “Savages.” It’s kinda weird now to see him without a gang of gold chains.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Youngboy Never Broke Again, T-Rell featuring Boosie Badazz, and more.

MEEK MILL FT. YOUNG THUG – “WE BALL”

BOOSIE BADAZZ – “SAVAGES”

YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN – “SOLAR ECLIPSE”

T-RELL FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ – “I GOT TO”

KHALID – “SAVED”

GASHI – “NO NO NO”

T.Y.E – “LIES”


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Lonzo Ball shines under MSG spotlight, but Lakers fall short in OT

Playing his first game at Madison Square Garden in front of a star-studded crowd, the No. 2 overall pick put up a well-rounded performance, but Kristaps Porzingis stole the show.
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The Fall of Rath: Blood and Magic – Gavin South

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The Fall of Rath: Blood and Magic

Gavin South

Genre: Epic

Publish Date: October 18, 2017

Publisher: Gavin South

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


In the Four Realms, power lies in the hands of the Undying. These few men and women are immortal mages of rare strength. But what does it cost a person to live the length of many lifetimes? Little more than a century old, Yerikan is young for an Undying mage. Already, he is learning the cost of his years. He finds it easier to fight for his master and the kingdom of Rath than against his fondness for wine. Fearing an invasion from the East, Yerikan is sent to the Jehari Empire to stir up trouble. He succeeds too well. Will his seduction of Nyreni and its discovery sets the Four Realms on a path to brutal war? The Fall of Rath is a novel of High Fantasy, with blood, magic, and romance. Please note that this novel contains adult themes.

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Meek Mill “Fall Thru,” Yo Gotti “Juice” & More | Daily Visuals 11.30.17

Meek Mill done had his freedom unnecessarily taken from him a few weeks back but at least he’s got some work in the chamber to appease his fans while he gets through his bid.

This time around the Philadelphia rapper comes through with a visual for “Fall Thru” where he shows what kind of woman it takes to become a special part of his life i.e. cooking, smoking, and apparently an old ass air conditioner. We guess women with central air might be a bit too bougie for his taste.

Speaking of boujee, Yo Gotti lines up a gang of women to walk down a lit up catwalk in spectacular garments in his vibrant visuals to “Juice.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Sonny Digital featuring Black Doe, Hoodie Brown, and more.

MEEK MILL – “FALL THRU”

YO GOTTI – “JUICE”

SONNY DIGITAL FT. BLACK DOE – “MY GUY”

SAVION SADDAM FT. JOE GREEN & YOUNG SEPH – “ALL DAY”

HOODIE BROWN – “LIL BRO”

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Model Ming Xi Spotted Out Following Her Fall At The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Ming Xi was spotted out and about following her fall at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Watch to find out what the model had to say about the incident.


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After We Fall – Melanie Harlow

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After We Fall

Melanie Harlow

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: November 28, 2016

Publisher: MH Publishing, LLC

Seller: Melanie Harlow


Jack Valentini isn’t my type.&#xa0; Sexy, brooding cowboys are fine in the movies, but in real life, I prefer a suit and tie. Proper manners. A close shave.&#xa0; Jack might be gorgeous, but he’s also scruffy, rugged, and rude. He wants nothing to do with a “rich city girl” like me, and he isn’t afraid to say so.&#xa0; But I’ve got a PR job to do for his family’s farm, so he’s stuck with me and I’m stuck with him. His glares. His moods. His tight jeans. His muscles.&#xa0; His huge, hard muscles. Pretty soon there’s a whole different kind of tension between us, the kind that has me misbehaving in barns, trees, and pickup trucks. I’ve never done anything so out of character—but it feels too good to stop. And the more I learn about the grieving ex-Army sergeant, the better I understand him. Losing his wife left him broken and bitter and blaming himself. He doesn’t think he deserves a second chance at happiness.&#xa0; But he’s wrong. I don’t need to be his first love. If only he’d let me be his last.

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I Fall in Love Too Easily – Katharine McPhee

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I Fall in Love Too Easily

Katharine McPhee

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: November 17, 2017

© ℗ 2017 BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Danielle Frankel Bridal Fall 2018

Designer Danielle Frankel debuted her namesake bridal collection for fall 2018 that was both parts refreshing and chic. The offering was filled with fashion, gowns and separates fit for today’s alternative bride.

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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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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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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

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Marchesa Notte Bridal Fall 2018

Marchesa Notte’s fall 2018 bridal offering felt timeless with modern touches of 3-D floral appliqués, feminine bows and honeycomb lace. The collection mixed elegance with easy through light and airy gowns.

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Here Are 17 Trendy Dresses You Can Wear To A Fall Wedding

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Naeem Khan Bridal Fall 2018

Naeem Khan infused his bridal collection with a bit of Spanish flair via standout ornate veils, delivering plenty of nontraditional ceremony options along the way, including a glittering jumpsuit that opened the show and an embellished cropped top paired with a full skirt. He ended his runway show on a celebratory note, with models clad in swishy mini cocktail numbers dancing in a disco-lit reception.

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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

The latest collection from the Japanese mega-retailer's in-house

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Divided We Fall – Flaw


Divided We Fall
Flaw

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
11

Genre:
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Price:
$ 9.99

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Altitude Intimates Fall Show Kicks Off

The autumn edition of the biannual Altitude Intimates Show is now underway, showcasing a wide range of intimate apparel and pleasure products, at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.
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Tucker’s Fall – E.M. Gayle

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Tucker’s Fall

Purgatory Masters

E.M. Gayle

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: January 3, 2013

Publisher: E.M. Gayle

Seller: Julie Cummings


Book 1 in the bestselling Purgatory Masters series. Scandalized professor Maggie Cisco's&#xa0;obsession with her darker cravings has landed her in jail, in divorce court and now in the headlines of more newspapers than she cares to count.&#xa0; The worst of all? The entire debacle is being blamed on a bestselling book she hasn’t even read! She returns home to lick her wounds and reconsider her future, but just when she thinks her only solution is a tell-all memoir, a storm throws her in the path of the rich, handsome and intriguingly intense, Tucker Lewis. Tucker remembers well the mind-numbing kiss he once shared with the captivating and sensual Maggie.&#xa0; No stranger to scandal, he's not going to let public opinion keep him from what he wants. To take Maggie on a provocative journey that will open her eyes to the power, redemption and freedom that only his seduction can provide.&#xa0;

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Celebrate Fall With Mountain Stage (Live)

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Stream performances from a diverse group of songwriters as they celebrate fall with Mountain Stage, live at the Culture Center Theater.

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5-Ingredient Fall Dinners from Craftsy

TV Chef and Craftsy paid spokesperson stops by to show us 3
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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.

One way to avoid all that annoying pre-planning is with a three-in-one jacket which, as the name implies, is like having three outerwear options in one package. These types of jackets vary from

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Wool Sneakers Are Here to Save Your Fall Footwear Rotation

Telling your friends that you’re thinking about buying a pair of wool sneakers might throw them for a little bit of a loop. Sneakers, after all, are supposed to be made from leather — or sometimes canvas, or even that crazy stretch material that can make athletic shoes feel like fancy socks with cleats attached to their soles. sometimes canvas, or even that crazy stretch material that can make

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The Only Pants I’m Wearing This Fall

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This Will Be Your New Favorite Fall Jacket

Getting dressed can be a chore — especially right now, when you have to contend with early fall’s noncommittal temperature scheme and the possibility that, come day’s end, you might have sweat straight through whatever you put on that morning.

So it’s with just the tiniest amount of irony that a garment called the chore coat (which you’ll also find under the monikers chore jacket, barn

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Inside the 30 Biggest Albums of Fall

Summer may be over, but don't worry — fall is going to be even hotter.
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American-Made Denim Deals for Fall

It's finally here — jeans season! Here are three brands making these quintessential American pants right here in the US. Even better, they all have some decent deals going down right now. some decent deals going down right now.


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Urban Zen RTW Fall 2017

Don’t be fooled by the rich, deep colors and fabrics — a cognac leather jacket, a wild black mixed-fur vest, a black and cognac embroidered velvet caftan — of Donna Karan’s see-now-buy-now Urban Zen collection for fall 2017. She’s been practicing what she’s been preaching for 20 years. “They’re all weightless,” said Karan at the presentation of her newest lineup, shown in a formal presentation to the beats of live jungle drums in her West Village Urban Zen space. “You really have to make clothes right now that go with the weather. I have these very light pieces that you put on top of everything. It’s never like one season or another. It all builds.”
She spoke the truth. Up close everything in the collection, which was merchandized and for sale in her Urban Zen store next door, was lightweight, even the black shearling kimono jacket and suede jodhpurs. Just as the weight of the clothes doesn’t change from season to season, neither does the ethos. Urban Zen is culled from Karan’s world travels, influenced by Haitian artisans and multiday safaris. A tailored riding jacket and rugged riding boots added an aristocratic note to the lineup, but the rest of the

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2017 Fall Music Preview

This fall, as in previous years, releases are stacked steadily throughout the quarter and include such mainstay artists as Pink, Beck, Foo Fighters, Miley Cyrus and Shania Twain.
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T-Pain Plots A ‘Tiny Desk’-Inspired Acoustic Tour For This Fall

T-Pain is taking his voice, free of Auto-Tune effects, on the road.

Six cities. No Auto-Tune. All the hits.

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Let Me Fall – Lily Foster

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Let Me Fall

Lily Foster

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: January 5, 2017

Publisher: ShoreFront Books

Seller: Shore Front Books


Kirkus Reviews -An involving tale of love and redemption that will satisfy discerning fans of the new-adult genre. What was your Senior Superlative? Most likely to succeed, Most likely to win an Olympic gold, Most likely to snag a billionaire? Me? If the administration at Westerly High would have allowed the student body free rein, full creative control, I would have been voted: Most likely to turn tricks for a living, Most likely to screw you over, or… Most likely to—hopefully—die a slow and painful death. In the weeks leading up to graduation, I was the single-most hated member of my senior class. I was the girl who had driven the school’s golden boy to his demise. I was the girl who’d done something sordid and shameful. Exposed in a cruel and very public way, I was the girl who got what she deserved. I’m Carolyn. This is my story, and believe it or not, there’s a happy ending—even for someone like me. Let Me Fall is the latest New Adult Romance in Lily Foster's Let Me series Recommended for readers 17 and older due to mature sexual content.

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Better Button-Downs: Stylish and Sturdy Shirts for Fall

It’s that transitional time of year. The days are still hot but the nights are getting cool, making it even trickier to choose a shirt to last all day. Here are three long-sleeved shirts that will get you from summer to autumn in style and have you covered no matter the weather is doing.

DSTLD Button Down Denim

We love a good Western shirt, with its snap buttons and

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The Best New Beauty Products for Fall from Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and More

A look at the best new fall beauty products, from two-tone Givenchy lipstick to a gleaming Yves Saint Laurent glitter pot.
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Fall Opening Planned for Ivanka Trump Collection Store in Trump Tower

IVANKA READY FOR FALL: The Ivanka Trump brand will be opening a boutique in Trump Tower this fall, according to sources.
As for whether the label’s full selection — dresses, sportswear, shoes, handbags, jewelry and accessories — will be available remains to be seen. A spokeswoman for the company declined comment Friday about any specifics regarding square footage, the actual launch date and whether company president Abigail Klem is concerned that the store may appear to some to be a conflict of interest even though Ivanka has stepped away from the company.
Prior to her father’s inauguaration in January, Trump announced that she would give up her role running her fashion brand as well as her post as executive vice president of acquisitions and development at the Trump Organization. Her stepping back followed the appointment of her husband Jared Kushner in as a senior adviser to the Trump administration. At that time, her husband’s attorney Jamie S. Gorelick said in a statement issued to Vanity Fair that Trump would also “sell all of her common stock and restructure her participation in Trump Organization transactions so that she no longer benefits from the profits.”
The new Ivanka Trump Collection store will not be the only

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CalExotics Introduces Fall Releases in New Catalog

CalExotics has released a new catalog featuring a new selection of products for the fall season.
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Jenna Dewan Tatum Debuts Danskin’s Intimates Line in Fall 2017 Ads

Danskin on Wednesday will debut its fall 2017 “Fit for Everything” campaign featuring brand ambassador Jenna Dewan Tatum wearing its debut collection of intimates and loungewear.
“What’s really exciting to me about our ‘Fit for Everything’ campaign is that it’s so true to how I live my life. Dressing for day-to-night became a necessity when I became a mom, and I wear my Danskin from taking my daughter to school, to running errands, to date night or girl’s night out. We really wanted to capture that essence in this shoot,” said Dewan Tatum, who is a producer and host of NBC’s “World of Dance.”
Yu Tsai shot the campaign at a seaside Malibu, Calif., mansion, with Dewan Tatum practicing yoga on the balcony in leggings, relaxing in a bodysuit and joggers in the kitchen, and lounging in a coordinating bralette and high-waisted panty set. The actress-dancer was also photographed doing a “tree pose” on the beach while wearing an olive-toned leotard with laser-cut details. Danskin will also debut sleepwear and shapewear this fall.
“As an entrepreneur and mom-on-the-go, Jenna truly exemplifies the modern spirit of our fall collection, which is designed to meet the needs of Danskin’s contemporary consumer, whose wardrobe needs to

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Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer – Joseph Cedar

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Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer

Joseph Cedar

Genre: Drama

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Release Date: April 14, 2017


Norman Oppenheimer (Richard Gere) lives a lonely life in the margins of New York City power and money. Norman strives to be everyone’s friend, but his incessant networking leads him nowhere. Norman ends up befriending a young but charismatic politician Micha Eshel (Lior Ashkenazi) at a low point in his life. Three years later, the politician becomes an influential world leader. Flush with his newfound feeling of success, Norman attempts to use Eshel’s name to leverage his biggest deal ever: a series of quid pro quo transactions linking the Prime Minister to Norman’s nephew (Michael Sheen), a rabbi (Steve Buscemi), a mogul (Harris Yulin), his assistant (Dan Stevens), and a treasury official from the Ivory Coast. Norman’s kaleidoscopic plans soon go awry, creating the potential for an international catastrophe he must struggle to prevent. The new film by Academy Award® nominated director Joseph Cedar (Footnote) is a comic and compassionate drama of a little man whose downfall is rooted in a human frailty all too easy to forgive—a need to matter.

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L.K. Bennett Salutes British Navy in Fall Ad Campaign

GREENWICH TIME: Brexit remains a touchy subject in Europe, but that hasn’t stopped some big fashion brands from embracing London in their upcoming fall ad campaigns.
L.K. Bennett is the latest label to set the scene in the British capital, following Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors and The Outnet. Its latest campaign was shot by the Spanish photographer Daniel Riera against the backdrop of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, southeast London.
Called “A Modern Portrait,” it was styled by Tank fashion director Caroline Issa with brand director Lorna Perrin.
The models were Valerija Kelava and Manon Leloup. It will launch on August 9 online and across 130 global L.K. Bennett stores in U.K., U.S., Asia and the United Arab Emirates.
“The architecture of Sir Christopher Wren with its geometrically pure lines yet grand and historical gestures is the perfect stage,” said Issa, describing the neoclassical cupolas, columns and architectural symmetry of the college, which once served as a home for disabled sailors, and later as a naval training base.
The collaged-style layout of the campaign reveals a series showing working women at various moments in the day. The company said it wanted to transmit the message of empowerment and “assertive femininity” with the clothing, accessories

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Valentino, Mytheresa Prelaunch Fall Collection

VALENTINO’S SPECIES: Valentino has partnered with Mytheresa.com to pre-launch a selection of the brand’s fall collection on July 26, one week prior to the official release of the lineup. The e-tailer and the Rome-based brand have created a dedicated music video featuring English artist Eliot Sumner’s original song “Species.” Sumner is the daughter of Sting and Trudie Styler. Customers will be able to purchase the collection via the shoppable film, which was directed by Joanna Nordahl, a Swedish film director based between Stockholm and London. In February, Nordhal received a double Swedish Grammy nomination for Music Video of the Year 2016 and was awarded the grand prize for writing and directing the short film “Nothing but a Heartbeat.”
The video features an eclectic group of models including Mouna Fadiga, originally from Mali and Senegal; dancer and model Anna Engerström from Sweden; illustrator Jiahe Zhang, who grew up in the north of China and whose art will be exhibited at the Victoria in Dalston in August for the first time; dancer Gianna Gi from Brisbane, Australia, who is the creator of the  JILTD Collective made up of artists and thinkers dedicated to pushing dance within the arts, and the artist behind the music

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Before I Fall – Ry Russo-Young

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Before I Fall

Ry Russo-Young

Genre: Drama

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Release Date: March 3, 2017


What if you had only one day to change absolutely everything? Samantha Kingston has it all: the perfect friends, the perfect guy, and a seemingly perfect future. Then, everything changes. After one fateful night, Sam wakes up with no future at all. Trapped reliving the same day over and over she begins to question just how perfect her life really was. And as she begins to untangle the mystery of a life suddenly derailed, she must also unwind the secrets of the people closest to her, and discover the power of a single day to make a difference, not just in her own life, but in the lives of those around her – before she runs out of time for good.

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Dries Van Noten, Kerry Washington, Thom Browne, Isabel Marant, Simone Rocha to Be Saluted at FGI’s Night of Stars This Fall

SPEAKING UP FOR FASHION: Dries Van Noten will be this year’s Superstar honoree at the Fashion Group International’s Night of Stars.
The Belgian designer will be the guest of honor at the Oct. 26 event at Cipriani Wall Street. He won’t be the only fashion designer to pick up an award – Thom Browne, Isabel Marant and Simone Rocha will be honored with Fashion Star awards. “Modern Voices” is the theme for this year’s gala. FGI’s president and chief executive officer Margaret Hayes said, “As the modern voices they represent, each of this year’s Night of Stars honorees speaks, through their work, with vision, truth and authority.”
During the awards dinner and the night’s festivities, “Scandal” watchers will find Kerry Washington at the podium as this year’s Lord & Taylor Fashion Oracle winner.
The 2017 Multi Media Retail Leadership award will be presented to QVC president and chief executive officer Michael George and the Humanitarian award will go to Macy’s chairman Terry J. Lundgren. FGI will hand over the Beauty prize to It Cosmetics founder Jamie Kern Lima and its Sustainability award to chief sustainability officer Marie-Claire Daveu of Kering.
WWD’s executive editor Bridget Foley will be the Board of Director’s Media award winner and

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Fendi Couture Fall 2017

As the curtains parted at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, revealing a set of screens hand-painted with trees, the strains of Claude Debussy’s “Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun” filled the air. You half expected Vaslav Nijinsky to come bounding out of the wings.
The Russian ballet dancer has been closely associated with the premises since he premiered another of his revolutionary choreographies, “The Rite of Spring,” at the venue in 1913 — famously causing a riot among spectators.
The show notes for Fendi’s fall “haute fourrure” show on Wednesday night did not namecheck Nijinsky, or the painter Léon Bakst, who designed sets and costumes for the Ballets Russes — but their influence was apparent in the collection’s painterly effects and exuberant celebration of nature.
After all, it was Bakst who once exhorted his fiancée to “dress up like a flower.” Karl Lagerfeld brought that image to life with skirts shaped like petals, cocoonlike capes and outfits bedecked in a garden’s worth of colorful blooms.
In front of an audience heavy with clients — and a box where Bernard Arnault, the owner of Fendi, sat with family members — the designer opened with a red lace dress with a capelike bodice dotted

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Front Row at Azzedine Alaïa Couture Fall 2017

INNER CIRCLE: Azzedine Alaïa’s couture show on Wednesday — the first by the house in six years — sparked special memories for Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and Farida Khelfa who joined the likes of Daphne Guinness, Nicolas Ghesquière and Stephen Jones in the front row for the event, held at the designer’s Marais headquarters. “It’s a very special place here at Azzedine’s,” said Bruni-Sarkozy recalling “shows here with all the girls, and days and days spent here, sometimes for fittings, sometimes just hanging out.” The singer said she has a new album due out on October 6, “and I’ll be coming to America to promote it.”
A few rows down, Jean-Paul Goude, who was catching up with Patrick Demarchelier, at one point pausing, mesmerized, to stroke the photographer’s feral eyebrows, also shared his personal memories of working with Alaïa. “I remember when I was living with Farida, one of my great loves, we hung out a lot together and I was very inspired by the fact that he was not only Azzedine Alaïa but that he was from the other side of the Mediterranean, like Farida, and that fascinated me,” said Goude, who revealed he’s working on a capsule for the Spanish clothing

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After a month of nonstop menswear and Resort shows, the style set has landed in Paris for Couture Week. See Phil Oh’s best street style shots here.
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Romona Keveza Bridal Fall 2016

Romona Keveza has successfully been able to design two bridal labels with distinctively different points of view — both of which she showed this season in her intimate penthouse overlooking Rockefeller Plaza. Legends Romona Keveza was up first. Here, she focused on timeless pieces that are convertible, allowing the bride to have two individual looks: elegant, classic gowns perfect for the wedding ceremony — and a sexy party number when the overskirt is removed. In looks ranging from whimsical to sleek, Keveza worked her hand with delicate lace, frothy tulle and beautiful re-embroidered lace appliqués. Among the sea of white, she also gave a nod to love with a bold red corset gown in garden lace.
 
The designer continued her bold approach with her Romona Keveza Collection line. Here, she worked her voluminous gowns in painterly Tuscan garden prints that were unexpected and quite beautiful. For the more traditional bride, she showed ethereal goddess gowns, while for the modern bride she offered styles with clean architectural lines and metal belts. Keveza also channeled an aristocratic vibe with classic Chantilly lace gowns featuring intricate beading and crystal buttons.

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The Fall of the House of Usher – Edgar Allan Poe

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The Fall of the House of Usher

Edgar Allan Poe

Genre: Horror

Publish Date: January 1, 1839

Publisher: Public Domain

Seller: Public Domain


An unnamed protagonist (the Narrator) is summoned to the remote mansion of his boyhood friend, Roderick Usher. Filled with a sense of dread by the sight of the house itself, the Narrator reunites with his old companion, who is suffering from a strange mental illness and whose sister, Madeline is near death due to a mysterious disease. The Narrator provides company to Usher while he paints and plays guitar, spending all his days inside, avoiding the sunlight and obsessing over the sentience of the non-living. When Madeline dies, Usher decides to bury her temporarily in one of his house&apos;s large vaults. A few days later, however, she emerges from her provisional tomb, killing her brother while the Narrator flees for his life.

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Fall Out Boy have released the remix to “The Kids Aren’t Alright” featuring a guest spot from Azealia Banks. The cut comes from FOB’s forthcoming remix album Make America Psycho Again. “I’ma come clean, I’m addicted to you / The kitty get chills when you rollin’ up, rollin’ down the highway,” she raps in her verse.
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How to Create a Fall Floral Arrangement With Foraged Foliage

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Fall foliage is now in its prime. Dahlias, bittersweet berries, and crabapple branches in shades of orange and crimson are abundant and may even be growing in your own backyard. Rather than taking a trip to the flower market, foraging can be a wonderful way to create unique and fresh floral arrangements showcasing berries and shrubs that may otherwise go unnoticed. “Oftentimes, the best foraging can be on the side of any road or highway,” says potter Frances Palmer of Frances Palmer Pottery. Earlier this month, Palmer teamed up with florists Michael and Darroch Putnam of Putnam & Putnam for an afternoon of foraging at her Connecticut home. There they collected bunches of ripe blooms and rustic branches to create whimsical Secret Garden–esque arrangements in Palmer’s signature white vases. Here, Palmer and Darroch Putnam offer tips and tricks for transforming foraged finds into effortless, woodsy centerpiece arrangements.

What types of flowers and berries work best for fall floral arrangements?
Frances Palmer:
The flowers that are abundant in my garden in the fall are dahlias, nicotiana, zinnias, roses, cosmos, scabiosa, sage, and amaranth. Porcelain and bittersweet berries grow nearby, and rose hips as well. I use fruit branches such as raspberry, crabapple, fig, grape, and apple. Then come the quince and persimmon fruit and branches, which are also gorgeous. I like vegetables and herbs like tomatoes, string beans, chard, fennel, mint, basil, and nasturtiums.

Darroch Putnam: Fall is an exciting time for flowers! Dahlias are at their peak. Other wonderful fall flowers are Japanese anemones (also called autumn anemones), amaranth, zinnias, and celosia. When arranging with fruit, pomegranates, apples, persimmons, and grapes are all in season and fun to work with.

What combination of florals, greenery, and branches create the best effect?
FP:
I tend to think of flower arrangements by color. I take different types and sizes of flowers and branches and put them together to make a profusion of orange, pink, or red. I’ll pick branches that will support the flowers in the vessel and give an underlay of the dominant color.

DP: When making an arrangement, you should start with base foliage: Choose something with an interesting shape and color. Then find a focal flower that pulls in a color found in the branch. A great combination for the fall is plum branches and chocolate dahlias. You could also bring in other elements with a similar palette—a burgundy trailing amaranth and pomegranates would look beautiful.

What are crucial tools to have on hand when foraging and making the arrangements?
FP: For foraging, I always carry clippers in my car or bring them with me on my daily walk with my dog, Peter. For flower arrangements, I use the clippers and the foraged branches, which function as the support system in the vase or bowl for the arrangement.

DP: When foraging, always wear pants, long sleeves, and gloves. There are many plants that can irritate the skin when touched, as well an abundance of thorn-covered vines and branches. Also bring a bucket or canvas drop cloth to put your found materials in, small floral clippers, extending loppers, and waterproof shoes.

What types of vessels do you like to use?
FP: I am a potter and make many shapes of vases and footed bowls. Just as I think of the flower arrangements in terms of color, I select the vessel by glaze to echo the tones of the flowers.

DP: We always lean toward a footed bowl or compote. The wide opening and shallow base is easiest to achieve a low, wide arrangement.

Do you find particular flowers while foraging that may not be available in flower markets?
FP: I don’t go to the New York flower markets often to compare, but when a foraged flower is cut fresh, it is at its best. This summer I was working with joe-pye weed, goldenrod, jewelweed, Queen Anne’s lace, yellow primrose, clover, milkweed, chicory, aster, rose hip, and grapevine. Not pokeweed, as that is toxic.

DP: Finding flowers while foraging can be tricky. Many types of wildflowers wilt immediately when cut. That being said, there are many fun flowers like goldenseal, milkweed, and Queen Anne’s lace that are in abundance in the Northeast.

For city dwellers who don’t have access to fields of wildflowers and berries, where would you recommend to forage? Are there any hidden foraging gems nearby?
FP: Oftentimes, the best foraging can be on the side of any road or highway. For example, I always contend that the best lilacs are on the side of a highway. If you are going onto someone’s property or into a park or preserve, it is optimal to get permission first.

DP: Foraging can be tricky because you often need a permit to cut in state parks. We often find fun stuff growing on the side of country roads in upstate New York. Just be weary of traffic and never pull over on busy highways. The best option is to forage on friends’ and family’s property if you have that option available.

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The Best Spots for Fall Destination Weddings From 6 Top Planners

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There’s nothing more magical than a fall destination wedding: The foliage, the lovely crisp air, and the vivid sunsets provide the most incredible backdrop for any couple’s big day. Whether you want to tie the knot somewhere a bit exotic overseas or at a venue that feels closer to home on a ranch or farm, these six master planners share their favorite locales for the season’s most breathtaking (and vacation-worthy) destination weddings.

 

Feriye Restaurant, Istanbul, Turkey
“The Ottoman sultans originally built Feriye in the early 19th century, and today it is one of the premier restaurants in Istanbul. It’s located right on the water of the Bosphorus and features traditional Turkish cuisine. You can celebrate in a tent right on the water, perfect for arrival by boat or for viewing fireworks late at night.”
—David Stark, David Stark Design

 



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The Wedding Deck at Vail Mountain

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The Wedding Deck at Vail Mountain, Vail, Colorado
“The Wedding Deck at the top of Vail Mountain is nature’s best ballroom, especially when the aspen leaves change to a vibrant red. This spot is 1,000 feet above sea level and accessible only by gondola, so it’s not necessarily great for a huge wedding—though it’s incredibly majestic. You can start with sunset cocktails to take in the view, and then tuck into a warm tent for dinner and dancing. It’s important to make sure you have plenty of heaters, blankets, oxygen, and, of course, vodka on hand.”
—Bronson van Wyck, Van Wyck & Van Wyck

 

The Ranch at Rock Creek, Philipsburg, Montana
“Fall really is my favorite time on the Ranch. Located in the heart of western Montana on an authentic homestead, the Ranch at Rock Creek sits adjacent to the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness, which features stunning high-alpine vistas. This time of year, when the aspens are changing colors, your heart will stop. It is the perfect fall backdrop for tying the knot. Not to mention, an autumn ranch wedding wardrobe is fab.”
—Michelle Rago, Michelle Rago Ltd. | Michelle Rago Destinations

 



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Twin Farms

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Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont
“Twin Farms in Barnard, Vermont, is a gorgeous 300-acre Relais & Chateaux property with panoramic views and a beautiful pond where you can have an intimate ceremony. There are also large open lawns available for setting up a warmly lit tent with perfect views of the autumn color. It’s the quintessential New England fall experience.”
—Ron Wendt, Ron Wendt Designs & Weddings

 

Château de Challain-la-Potherie, Challain-la-Potherie, France
“At the Château Challain, the grounds are particularly breathtaking in the fall. It is located just two hours outside of Paris and is a town studded with storybook villages and burnished castles. France’s longest river is also in Loire, and guests can enjoy boat rides before the wedding festivities, taking in the remarkable countryside.”
—Colin Cowie, Colin Cowie Weddings

 



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The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, Saratoga, Wyoming
“We have all heard of dude ranches, but Brush Creek is in its own league. There are numerous outdoor activities for guests like horseback riding and fly-fishing and campfire meals. It’s where the West really comes to life and a true feeling of togetherness emerges.”
—Yifat Oren, Yifat Oren and Associates

 

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Oscar de la Renta Bridal Fall 2016

Peter Copping infused his gorgeous bridal collection with a ready-to-wear influence, reinterpreting styles from his spring 2016 runway with a bridal twist — and a particular focus on separates. Case in point: an elegant silk faille trumpet gown with a Chantilly lace bustier covered in organza “petals” drew from a similar style from Copping’s spring collection, seen there in a black cocktail version. Delicate embroidery — such as pearls, pale pink floral appliqués, sequins and bugle beads stitched together to create flower shapes — covered sheer bateau necklines and voluminous ballskirts, creating a soft, ethereal and distinctly feminine mood. A couple of sheer lace tops, done in short-sleeve and halter versions with ribbon ties, could be styled over column gowns or worn on their own with Copping’s frothy tulle skirts, one of them covered in hand-cut rosettes.

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Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal Fall 2016

For fall, Elizabeth Fillmore adorned her slinky, sensual wedding gowns with subtle accents — black waist bows and floral motifs — for a darkly romantic touch. She rendered her slender, bias-cut silhouettes in hammered satin, silk crepe and scalloped lace, some with sexy open backs and plunging cowl necks. For a bride who prefers a bit more volume, Fillmore offered a silk ballskirt with a cutaway hemline paired with a floral lace capelet blouse.

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Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal Fall 2016

For fall, Elizabeth Fillmore adorned her slinky, sensual wedding gowns with subtle accents — black waist bows and floral motifs — for a darkly romantic touch. She rendered her slender, bias-cut silhouettes in hammered satin, silk crepe and scalloped lace, some with sexy open backs and plunging cowl necks. For a bride who prefers a bit more volume, Fillmore offered a silk ballskirt with a cutaway hemline paired with a floral lace capelet blouse.

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Berta Bridal Fall 2016

Berta Balilti sees her bride as a strong, confident woman who wants to look sexy — but still classy — on her special day. The designer delivered that combination in an opulent fall Berta bridal collection shown in the Grand Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel, a setting befitting her ornately regal gowns inspired by the aristocratic women of Western Europe. The focus was on body-skimming lace sheath gowns with the slightest flare hem, adorned with shimmering paillettes, intricate embroidery, timeless pearls or dazzling crystals — and, at times, all of them at once. To amp up the sensual appeal, Balilti showed looks with bare backs and plunging necklines, but also offered dramatic capes, voluminous tulle detachable skirts and intricate bolero jackets for brides who prefer to cover up for the ceremony.

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Gustavo Cadile Bridal Fall 2016

For his second bridal collection, Gustavo Cadile fused romance and sensuality in slinkier, more body-conscious silhouettes than in his debut lineup. There were eight new styles, including a floral silk jacquard mermaid skirt offered with either a sleeveless cropped top or a sheer, long-sleeve jacket covered in sparkling floral appliqués — both options equally luxurious and modern. The New York-based Argentinian designer, who has designed a collection of eveningwear for seven years, showed his Latin roots by infusing the looks with a sexy flair, as in a column gown with a ruffled train and a sheer mesh, illusion bustier neckline.

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Alon Livné White Bridal Fall 2016

For his fall bridal lineup, Alon Livné channeled the 19th century Russian ballet, in particular, the symbolic swan, which he reinterpreted via lace embroidery. “I love how delicate and beautiful [the swan] is, but at the same time so strong and powerful,” said Livné, who delivered that sentiment in sexy, shimmering gowns that showcased the body via illusion mesh and plunging necklines. A few silhouettes, including a column with bell sleeves, recalled the Twenties, while another gown riffed on the Edwardian with a high-neck and long sleeves. Intricate latticework and lace patterns adorned with pearls, metallic beads, ostrich feathers and Swarovski crystals upped the collection’s glamour quotient.

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Anna Maier Bridal Fall 2016

Charles W. Bunstine II recently visited the archives at Maison Lesage, the Paris-based couture embroidery studio owned by Chanel since 2002, and collaborated with Lesage artisans on embroideries for his fall bridal collection. He also drew inspiration from the cliché moods of Parisian women — confident, powerful, sensual — which was reflected in a diverse range of gown silhouettes, most of them sleek and body-conscious with architectural seaming in lightweight floral French lace and envers satin. Bunstine’s long-sleeved, high-neck gowns in allover stretch lace hit the right balance between sexy and covered-up.

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10 Fall Coats That Will Instantly Update Your Look

Save for a standby pair of black booties, a coat is the only item in your wardrobe that you can wear every single fall day without a second glance. So why not make it one that looks good with everything else in your closet? Ahead, ten fall coats that’ll complete—not just top off—your outfits.
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Rivini by Rita Vinieris Bridal Fall 2016

There was a nip in the air at Rivini as Rita Vinieris looked to the first frost for inspiration. Backstage, the designer described her interpretation of winter as “a transparent veil glistening in nature.” To that end, she used sparkle to create depth through airy layers, placing delicate lace over metallic tulle. Key styles included a metallic organza top over a high-low ballgown skirt embellished with 3-D florals, and a deconstructed gown with layers of translucent tulle and Chantilly lace panels. Before the runway presentation, Vinieris showcased several of her lower-priced gowns under the Alyne label. Here she focused on beautiful yet traditional silhouettes, such as a corset gown with circular spiral layers.

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