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The Go Bag: Valet concocts the perfect grooming first aid kit, in case you don’t have time to stop at home before your after-work date. [Valet]

The Talented Mr. Greenleaf: The Eye dissects the style of Jude Law from The Talented Mr. Ripley. Just watch out for emotionally charged boat rides. [GQ]

The Bass and the Movement: Jeremy Kirkland breaks down the difference between quartz and mechanical movements. In general, you want the latter. [Esquire]

The Big Time: The jackpot for a movie-optioned magazine piece might not be quite as lavish as you thought. [WWD]

The Talented Mr. Minghella

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In the wake of Anthony Minghella’s unexpected death, we thought we might take a look at the sartorial legacy his short body of work has left. His longtime collaboration with costume designer Ann Roth—beginning with *The English Patient*—cast a long shadow over his short body of work. His movies had a real sense of style, remarkable for both its faithfulness to the period and its emotional effect.

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