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Morning Recon: Arnold Palmer, Frank Gehry, and Jay-Z's Great Champagne Controversy

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.

Arnold Palmer teaches a master class on how golf attire should fit.

The King is back, baby—in the pro shop, at least. WWD reports that Arnold Palmer will reintroduce his line of men’s golf wear in 2012.

The gents at Valet have pulled together a high-low range of bomber jackets, while Sebago shows you just how waterproof their shoes really are.

E. Tautz’s Patrick Grant says R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe is a great dinner date.

Yesterday was World Water Day, and both Levi’s and Armani were doing their part to promote conservation of the Earth’s most precious resource.

Design Boom calls it a wrap: Frank Gehry’s first residential complex, the 76-story Beekman Tower in New York, is complete.

Street footwear designer CLAE celebrates ten years, and the Reference Council was there to help blow out the candles.

Better late than never, Danish multi-hyphenate Henrik Vibskov opens a new store in SoHo.

“I read There and Then: The Travel Writing of James Salter for the parts about skiing the way one reads A Sport and a Pastime for the sex.” The Paris Review kicks off a series of essays about the great American author.

And finally, The Atlantic breaks and then retracts (with promises to republish once “legal” is happy) the great story of how Jay-Z made millions endorsing a ho-hum bottle of champagne.

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