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  1. Hermès has long been famous for its classic leather goods and accessories, including the Birkin bag, the H belt buckle, and a line of quietly distinctive ties. But in recent years, the French luxury...
  2. Weighing in at 50 pounds, about half of which is wool, Sharapova stands indifferent to an admiring crowd of international journalists. Named for the Russian tennis star, Sharapova is a prizewinning...
  3. Like ice cubes in a tall summer drink, this season’s brilliant blue accessories refresh any ensemble—along with the wearer’s spirits. Designers fell hard for the hue this spring, crafting a variety...
  4. As this issue of Robb Report went to press, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton—the luxury behemoth that owns such brands as Bulgari, Thomas Pink, and Dom Pérignon—was preparing to host Les Journées...
  5. Tom Ford has been a high-profile designer for more than 20 years. After successfully reinvigorating the house of Gucci in the 1990s, he established his own exclusive brand in 2005. His rigorous...
  6. For more than 40 years, Ralph Lauren has reimagined classic American icons—the range-riding cowboy, the polo-playing Ivy League gentleman—to create this country’s most successful lifestyle brand;...
  7. The new Level Shoe District —a 96,000-square-foot shoe store—is just one of Dubai’s emerging design-related hot spots, many of which Robb Report Home & Style recently covered in its May/June...
  8. A fearless individualism prevails in men’s fashion for spring, particularly in the playful mix of colors and graphics. Plaid blazers pop with contrasting pocket squares. Bright dress shirts are...
  9. Santoni’s antiqued Quebec oxford ($690) and Shipley boot ($795) exhibit the sort of soft patina that usually results from extensive wear and care. Yet the Italian shoemaker spends a painstaking three...
  10. When the checked pattern of the Louis Vuitton Damier Collection ( www.louisvuitton.com ) debuted in 1889 at the World’s Fair in Paris, the squares were brown and beige. The pattern quickly became the...

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