Gitman Bros for Unionmade White

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Unionmade celebrates one of the most useful pieces of clothing in your closet, the white shirt. They've teamed up with one of the best shirtmakers in the biz, Gitman Bros, and have created seven different styles of the white shirt and possibly the only seven white shirts you'll ever need.

The seven shirts consists of styles for the very formal or the very casual. Gitman Bros produced a club collar, a cotton wool woven windowpane style, a floral print popover, a key collar, an always useful oxford cloth buttondown, a pique popover, and a tuxedo shirt for all your black tie affairs.

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Apolis Wool Civilian Suiting

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Picking a suit can be a bit of a challenge especially if you need one for a specific purpose or one that you could potentially use for just about everything. Apolis' new Wool Civilian Suiting collection is a great choice if you're looking for versatility and a look that is equally sharp in the boardroom and on the street.

The suits come in three colors: Grey, green, and navy and is made from a washable Italian wool. The blazers also look great on their own and the lightweight fabric travels well and makes it ideal for both mild and warmer climates.

$188-$298, Apolis

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Baldwin Mantle Combo Jacket

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The always-classic Varsity Jacket gets Baldwin's signature slim-fit cut with the Mantle Combo Jacket, a modern interpretation that updates the jacket with a navy blue melton wool core, grainy black leather contrast sleeves, and jersey lining. The slimmer cut gives the style a more refined and tailored look which is a great blend of dressy and casual and is quite simply a perfect jacket for the fall.

$678, Baldwin

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Levi's Made and Crafted Indigo Collection

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If there's one current "trend" we won't get sick of, it's the fascination with indigo. Levi's Made and Crafted is releasing a collection of indigo pieces, using the textile in some really exciting ways while still offering a handful of basics in the deep blue textile.

Taking the season's Pacific Northwest theme as inspiration, the designers created a number of attention-grabbing styles such as the laser-cut mountains on the Classic Shirt and hand-dyed pieces with herringbone patterns. There are also jacket with unique quilting, blazers, and vests.

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Bowers & Wilkins T7

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British hi-fi experts Bowers & Wilkins take on the Jamboxes of the world with their new entry into the Bluetooth speaker market, the T7. The first thing you'll notice about the T7 is the unique honeycomb design that surrounds the main speaker unit. That's not just for looks, that "Micro Matrix" reduces vibration and distortion to give you the best sound possible.

Inside the speaker unit is a set of twin bass radiators to allow for well-rounded lows and two 50mm drive units pump out big sound from its small footprint. You also get a high quality DACs and custom DSPs for crystal clear audio at high volumes and the rechargeable lithium ion battery will keep your music going for up to 18 hours.

$349, Bowers & Wilkins

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Oak Street Bootmakers Calfskin Bit Loafer

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Launched in 2010, Oak Street Bootmakers is one of those companies that feels like it's been around forever and that's probably just because the shoes that come from these guys are of a quality that even exceeds that of some of the biggest luxury brands out there.

Since then the brand has amassed one impressive portfolio of fine footwear and this fall they've got another immaculate addition to the line, a classic Calfskin Bit Loafer. Handsewn in Maine, the shoe comes in black or brown Horween calfskin leather with calfskin lining, a leather sole with a stacked leather heel and dovetail toplift, and of course, brass and nickel horsebit hardware.

$328, Oak Street Bootmakers

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Herno Laminar F/W '14

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The always busy Errolson Hugh presents his newest goods with Herno Laminar and if you're looking for something a little less Neo-Tokyo than Acronym, Herno Laminar is definitely the way to go. The jackets have a stealthy elegance while offering an exceedingly technical feature set that will keep your warm and protected from miserable weather situations.

Styles like the Short Jacket and Tone Padded jacket are low profile, beautifully cut, but offer Gore-Tex weather protection and lightweight down to deliver warmth without the heft of a traditional down jacket. Other styles like the Fishtail jacket utilize a GORE-TEX 2 layer shell and fully taped seams giving you a vault of weather-fighting fabric.

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Club Monaco x Saucony Courageous Sneakers

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Club Monaco is teaming up with Pennsylvania-based (and sneakerhead-favorite) Saucony on a stylish trainer that's based on Creative Director Aaron Levine's favorite Saucony from the 1980s, the Jazz Low Pro. Levine took that design and updated it with a limited edition sneaker called the Courageous. Available in two colorways (black and neutral), the handsome and very versatile sneaker features tonal suede uppers, pigskin lining, and our favorite detail, a speckled sole. The shoe is available at their online store and Club Monaco's retail locations.

$129, Club Monaco

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Tanner Goods Notebooks

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Yes, it's another notebook, but this one is from Tanner Goods and if you're fans like we are you know there's some amazing leather involved and that alone already has our attention. They're releasing two styles of notebooks in a large format style for either writing or sketching. Of course, no Tanner Goods product is complete with a good dose of leather. Both books are compatible with their leather covers that are made from 3.5oz natural tooling leather or Horween leather.

$12-$160, Tanner Goods

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Persol Icons

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Nearing almost 100 years in business, Persol looks to the last 99 and commemorates three of of their most famous models. Those three are the 649, the 714, and the Cellor. The three styles represent important chapters in the company's history.

First up is the 649, an iconic frame shape designed in 1957 for Turin tram drivers and quickly became a fashion staple when actor Marcello Mastroianni wore it in the acclaimed comedy, Divorce Italian Style. Next is the 714, a variation of the 649 and was a favorite of Steve McQueen and was the first folding sunglass. Both frames will also be offered in an optical version for the first time. Last but not least is the Cellor, a timeless piece from the 1950s that returns with the same mixed materials, half-rim design.

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