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Morning Recon: Nucky Thompson's Nom, Frank Llyod Wright's Texaco, Charles Eames's Photos 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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Nucky doesn't miss a detail

The Emmy noms are out and Nucky Thompson for best-dressed seems a shoe-in.

The 10 finalists for Vogue’s CFDA Fashion Fund have been announced.

A Lambo laptop, you say? Don’t mind if we do.

Driven shows us Picasso’s wheels.

Opening Ceremony, the confirmed masters of the 24-hour news cycle, have just announced a line of kidswear.

Peep this gas station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and still in operation today.

TED’s artist of the year is turning the world inside out.

I have in my hand The Top Ten ways to break into the Ed Sullivan theatre

Tesla, SciTi and Bride of Frankenstein letterhead? Yes please.

Domus shows us some incredible photographs of the ’67 Montreal Expo, taken by Charles Eames.

Whitey Bulger was sitting on a wicked bad stash of guns.

Danger Mouse produced the new Black Keys album.

Granta designed the new Art of Manliness Manvotionals.

The Spelling mansion in Beverly Hills sold for $150 mil.

Wait, James Van Der Beek turned DOWN roles?

Die, Workwear has us thinking about overcoats in a heatwave.

Grantland tells the oral history of Friday Night Lights.

Vanity Fair‘s Bob Colacello asks, How do I sell my Warhol portrait of myself? Expensively, as it turns out.


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