Book Must Have : The Sartorialist Closer

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The Sartorialist is a fashion blog by Scott Schuman in New York which has also inspired a whole generation of bloggers and viewers alike.Scott Schuman began carrying a digital camera around on the streets of New York City, taking pictures of people who had dressed in a way that caught his eye, and then posting them to his blog, sometimes with comments about what he’d found.

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Club Monaco Fall/Winter 2012 Advertising Campaign

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Shot and styled by photographer Venetia Scott in black and white prints shot for the Club Monaco Fall/Winter 2012 campaign, the images take inspiration from the label’s heritage as well as from earlier campaigns. International models Kolfinna Kristofersdottir and Will Eustac are photographed hanging around New York City’s hip, downtown neighbourhood of Brooklyn drawing inspiration from Linda McCartney’s Life in Photographs.

Burkman Bros Fall/Winter 2012 Men’s Lookbook

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The Burkman Bros. – former GAP designers Doug and Ben Burkman have released this Fall/Winter 2012 lookbook with a blend of simple GAP formula and classically masculine label. The brand sticks to their strengths with versatile collection assembling pieces military-styled coats, fine woven flannel shirts and classically inspired wool trousers perfect for when the mercury drops.

Dapper + Gent : 23rd James Bond outing and wardrobe spotlight

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It’s one of the most anticipated film of the year: Bond’s long-awaited 23rd mission, arriving 50 years after 007 first graced our screens in Dr No. Daniel Craig reprises his role as the world’s most famous secret agent steps into his tux for the third time with Sam Mendes at the helm and an incredible cast including Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Bérénice Marlohe, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw.

Doug Pickett for Massimo Dutti August 2012 Men’s Lookbook

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Top model Doug Pickett enlisted once again by Massimo Dutti, this time Doug is teaming up with Gemma Edo to capture the stylish August 2012 lookbook.