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Morning Recon: Bieber’s Haymaker, Velvet Slippers, Street Art in Brooklyn 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.
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Takes a licking, keeps on Ticking

The kid’s got moxie: Justin Bieber apparently threw punches at the man who attacked him during his Macy’s appearance yesterday.

Meanwhile, the debate over velvet slippers rages on. In Tom Ford’s corner, The Wall Street Journal. And arguing counterpoint, Esquire.

Scott Sternberg talks to The Corner about his Pitti Uomo show and the Band brand.

Around here we like beautifully made things. Michael Jefferson of Chicago’s Wright20 auction house does, too. Here, he tells you how to distinguish a real Mies van der Rohe Barcelona chair from the pretenders.

The San Francisco Gate reports that Eric Swenson, the man who created Independent Trucks, died Monday.

CoolHunting’s got the scoop on LA’s show of New York artists in the decade after 9/11 and a Parisian artist bringing his talents to NYC.

This is the man who shut down plans to bring MoCA’s art in the streets to NY.

Warren Beatty is coming back, as Howard Hughes in a movie he wrote and plans to direct.

And, in serious news, German scientists are searching for another psychic octopus to fill the, well, tentacles of Paul, the champion prognosticator of matches during the last World Cup.

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  1. Dean says:

    Guys: Bieber? Seriously? I’m sorry, but that teen twerp has no business being mentioned on this site, let alone with a photo. Priorities…

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