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Morning Recon: Portraits of Mick, Dior's Search, and Jil Sander On the Cheap

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.

The young Jagger: No beasts, nary a burden.

Sir Mick Jagger’s then-nascent ’6o’s celebrity will be the focus of an exhibit at London’s National Portrait Gallery.

The Times does a little self-monitoring and suggests a few words in need of a rest.

Dior narrows its search for John Galliano’s replacement.

Dazed leaks an exclusive preview of their May fashion spread.

Jake Davis’s latest “Test Shot” looks at the marriage between Converse and Macintosh via Chris Gibbs of Union LA.

For those in the New York area, one of Jil Sander’s elusive sample sales gets under way today.

If you haven’t heard of Brooklyn Tailors, here’s a great place to start. ONEEIGHTNINE sits down with designers Daniel and Brenna Lewis.

French label Kitsuné takes a competitive approach to showcasing its fall/winter offerings.

A classic grunge/punk doc finally comes to DVD, and Style.com ponders its ripple effect on future runway collections.

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