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Morning Recon: Joy Division Plays, Ovadia & Sons Tailor, Prince Revealed, 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.

Photo: Courtesy The Joy DivisionFor the Saudi prince who has everything, Neiman Marcus’s holiday book includes a $45,000 ping-pong table and a $1 million programmable fountain.

Vanity Fair excerpts an upcoming biography of the Purple One.

With the pattern showing up everywhere from ties to jackets, T looks at an entire book on the Navajo blanket.

Ovadia & Sons, modern tailors.

The “Hipster Cop” wears skinny jeans off-duty, and other things you were dying to know.

Stream an entire live Joy Division performance from March, 1979, here.

It’s not just clothes: the New York Times examines the resurgence of vintage men’s fragrances.

And if you’re in NYC today, stop by Nepenthes’ opening reception for their My V.S.O.P. exhibition, featuring Takeshi Ohfuchi of Post Overalls and next segment of the Hell’s Kitchen Music Society, Throne of Blood.

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