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Woolrich Woolen Mills Men's RTW Spring 2011

Cotton twill jackets in bold colors, cargo pants, and bandana-inspired prints referenced the brand’s Americana vernacular.

Woolrich John Rich & Bros. Men's RTW Spring 2011

A Fifties collegiate wardrobe inspired this studied summer wear.

Q&A: Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana talk about the past, the present and the future of their men’s wear business.

Men's Fall 2010 Trend:
Outward Bound

Masculine, outdoorsy style with a hint of heritage.

Editor's Picks: The Best For Fall

Retro meets modern in fall’s best pieces—updated wing tips, sleek watches, sunglasses and a fresh whiff of iconic fragrances.

Ian Pierpoint

Men's Trend: The
Retrosexual Revolution

The latest incarnation of the male consumer is a throwback to traditional masculinity, but he hasn’t abandoned the metrosexual’s attention to detail.

Rising In the East: Tokyo's
Top Young Designers

Five Tokyo-based designers of the moment aim to build an international presence.

Men's Spring 2011 Trend:
Natural Spring

Designers take a youthful approach to tailored clothing for spring.

Gordon Gekko

Greed Looks Good: Wall Street Style

As Gordon Gekko resurfaces in the hedge fund era, Oliver Stone’s much-anticipated sequel tracks the evolution of Wall Street style.

Tragedy in Milan: Model Found Dead

Designers pay tribute to Tom Nicon, 22, who was a regular on the Milan runway.

Lab. Pal Zileri Men's RTW Spring 2011

A boyish, modern collection, which included waxed cotton trench coats and short, double-breasted blazers.

Les Hommes Men's RTW Spring 2011

Designers Tom Notte and Bart Vandebosch blurred the boundaries between sportswear and tailoring with a Nineties slant.

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