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Morning Recon: Sundance, Paris, Plaid, and the Uncertain Future of Raf Simons

Every day we get up early to scan the web for the best in men's style. And then we go grab a coffee. After that, we sit down and bang out a blog post. Here it is.

A continuous eye on Capsule Paris.

As New York market week wrapped up, Capsule Paris got under way, coinciding with the men’s shows there. A Continuous Lean has a biting first look at the City of Lights’ edition of the trade show.

Mr. Williams also points us toward the Wall Street Journal, where Ray Smith reflects on why plaid won’t die.

After one of his strongest collections to date, the future of Raf Simons’ namesake line is in jeopardy. Cathy Horyn explains why it needs saving. [via The New York Times].

One of New York’s newest (and best) retail destinations, Nepenthes, has its full spring offerings in store. Go here to find out where your spring paychecks are headed.

Tres Bien has a nice first-person recap of the New York’s men’s market, including some rare looks behind the scenes at Patrik Ervell and White Mountaineering.

It’s not often we point you in the direction of the Salt Lake City Tribune, but with the Sundance Film Festival under way, the paper’s Sundance Blog is summarizing nearly everything hitting the screen in the Rockies.

And speaking of films, the New York Observer has a first look at the trailer for Bill Cunningham New York, a documentary on the legendary street-style photographer.

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