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Morning Recon: The Royal Shoes, LeBron's Playoff Suit, Deitch's 'Art in the Streets,' and More

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.

Charles in charge: The prince checks out his custom lasts at John Lobb.

Before you drop that tax refund on a pair of John Lobbs, get to know the nearly 150-year-old English shoemaker’s business, inside and out.

Or perhaps you’re splurging on some Brunello Cucinelli? Put This On goes behind the scenes at the brand’s idyllic Italian factory.

The NBA playoffs kicked off this weekend, giving The LA Times a chance to ask if hoopsters are the best-dressed professional athletes.

Coachella also came and went in the heat of Indio, California, this past weekend. Kanye closed it out with a marathon set (by festival standards) and debuted his new Yeezy 2 sneakers. Synergy, Mr. West.

In a shocking twist of fate, Jeffrey Deitch’s first big undertaking at MOCA, “Art in the Streets,” is falling prey to… art in the streets.

In addition to showing us how to be a man, style guy Glenn O’Brien schools us in the subtle art of the cuff link.

The co-founders of our favorite South Beach retail destination, The Webster, let The Wall Street Journal in on their top picks for the coming fall.

Norfolk’s and D.C.’s Commonwealth isn’t the first retailer we’d expect to collaborate on a capsule collection with Gitman Vintageand maybe that’s one reason why the result is so good.

Have you got your go-to summer shoe? Band of Outsiders and Sperry make a strong case.

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