Morning Recon: Bill Cunningham's Biopic, the Return of the Gentleman's Chair, and the Ever-Swinging Derek Jeter

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.

Man on the Street: The Great Bill Cunningham.

NOWNESS features a clip of Richard Press’s documentary on pioneering street style photographer Bill Cunningham, the “rare and singular bird” of The New York Times. The film opens today in NYC at Film Forum.

Better late than never, A. P. C. releases a line of gear to go with the 2009 Wes Anderson film, The Fantastic Mr. Fox.

Esquire makes a case for going green on days other than St. Patty’s, and canonizes the late, great David Foster Wallace in a review of his posthumous The Pale King.

Save your pennies: Hermès is re-releasing a Deco gem, a valet stand from the 1930s.

The New York Times visits a fashionable clique’s high-school reunion at its current headquarters, the Ace Hotel.

GQ profiles Yankee captain Derek Jeter and finds out he still #winning.

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