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Morning Recon: Molto Milano, Musician Muses, 'On the Road' 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.

Sam Riley (Sal) and Garrett Hedlund (Dean) in Walter Salles's adaptation of the Kerouac classic

As Milan winds down, Monocle investigates the American penchant for Italian tailoring (featuring a familiar expert source).

The Financial Times reports that one offer has already been made to replace Galliano at Dior. Meanwhile, back in Arizona, the erstwhile designer rehabs.

W pairs designers with the musicians who inspire them.

The first picture from the set of On the Road has hit the interwebs (above).

Philip K. Dick’s daughter wants studios to make more of her father’s books into movies. Well, yeah.

AV Club takes a pilgrimage to Kurt Cobain’s bench in Seattle.

Joshua Katcher of The Discerning Brute has recently launched the e-commerce site Brave GentleMan, selling workwear staples.

The BBC explains the science behind hangovers.

Grubstreet says order fish on Monday already.

The first father has started tweeting.

ArtForum goes Roeg for The Man Who Fell to Earth.

Patrick Grant talks with the dapper director of Bridemaids. And GQ UK wraps up the coverage of last meals at el Bulli.

And, finally, Hemingway talks about old ladies drinking bull’s blood.

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