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Morning Recon: The Reign of Boardwalk Empire, Daiki Suzuki's Swan Song, and Mr. Plokhov's Rebirth

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.
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Don Who?

Has the sartorial reign of Mad Men ended, giving way to Boardwalk Empire? Clothes on Film gives us an Nucky-based argument for embracing your inner dandy. And while you’re at it, check out the controversy surrounding Black Swan and Rodarte.

Tomoaki Nagao, better known as Nigo, has sold his once flourishing A Bathing Ape to China’s I.T for less than $3 million. [via The Wall Street Journal].

Esquire gives us a primer on how to work more casual footwear into our lives.

One of the most anticipated collections for Fall 2011, Alexandre Plokhov, is coming a bit more into focus, literally. GQ points us in the direction of Plokhov’s preview video. While you’re at it check out our own Andy Comer’s exclusive interview with the designer.

Commerce with a Conscience highlights what they term as the “best non-denim pant”, the Unis Gio.

Inventory takes a look at Woolrich Woolen Mills’ last season under the direction of Daiki Suzuki, spring 2011.

San Francisco’s Levi’s Tailor Shop has a wealth of vintage workwear buttons; Mister Mort snaps some shots giving us some serious button envy.

You Have Broken the Internet has an up-close, detailed look at a vintage Rolex Submariner, once belonging to Frogman Clyde Thomas, to get you into the mood for tomorrow’s vintage Rolex sale, curated by Hodinkee’s Ben Clymer, on Gilt MAN. [via Valet]

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