Yesterday marked the unofficial start of fashion week as Gilded Age presented its meticulously layered Fall 2001 collection. [via Style.com]
Gordon Von Steiner gets us in the street style mood as he returns to the Tokyo streets for part two of his Wandering Eye series for GQ.com.
Speaking of street style, Leica-wielding photographers will be thick on the ground this week. The New York Times profiles the first family of the movement, Garance Doré and Scott Schuman.
Running around Manhattan for shows and presentations makes this coffee app from T an absolute necessity.
The top Tumblrs will also be out in force this week, as the blog-host has pegged 24 style Tumblogs to cover this season’s shows. The Wall Street Journal looks at the company’s rise.
Manufacture is a new Esquire video series that takes a look at the best factories in the world. First up is Norton & Sons and E.Tautz designer Patrick Grant as he searches for the finest fabrics in the United Kingdom.
Available today at Opening Ceremony is the retailer’s collaboration with Rodarte. Although the designers usually focus on women, they’ve created some key men’s pieces. Selectism shows us their favorite.