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  1. In January, Cesar Garcia, LAXART’s former associate director and senior curator, opened his own Los Angeles gallery and called it the Mistake Room—a moniker inspired by Glenn Kaino’s performance art...
  2. Brioni’s creative director, Brendan Mullane, flawlessly combined Eastern and Western cultural influences in a collection that shows his masterful and innovative use of fabrics.
  3. After honing their skills as apprentices to some of Britain’s best tailors, Thom Whiddett and Luke Sweeney broke out on their own with the Thom Sweeney collection, which launched online earlier this...
  4. Tom Ford lends the same impeccable attention to detail to his stylish knitwear as he does to his distinctive tailored clothing.
  5. More like gentlemen’s clubs than boutiques, Berluti’s new stores in Paris, New York City, Tokyo, and other fashion capitals entice clients with stylish appointments and strategically placed seating...
  6. The first Boglioli sportswear collection overseen by design director Jay Vosoghi evokes the aesthetic of 1960s Milan, where designers, artists, and architects adopted a unique style of dress that...
  7. The suit is transitioning from a fitted, structured garment to one with a more relaxed profile that favors easygoing comfort over convention.
  8. Although Kiton is known as a preeminent source for tailored clothing, the company delivers much more.
  9. In his unwavering quest to develop new concepts for handmade Italian footwear, Giuseppe Santoni discovered what he says is the world’s only leather company producing shell-cordovan skins of...
  10. “Modern, minimalist, and extremely functional” describes the sleek line of men’s accessories created by Valextra’s recently appointed design director, Álvaro González.

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