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Justice for Sale, Diddy on Film and Charney Gives it to L.A.


For Whom The Bell Tolls: Kristen Bell twice in one week? What? You got a problem with that? [FHM]

Den and Geller: Kempt fave Robert Geller opens at Odin's satellite store. [Men.Style]

Can I Turn it Up for You?: Always classy that Dov Charney. [AnimalNY]

Pay it Forward: Got an extra, unused suit? Pass it on. [EarthTimes]

Get Ready to D.A.N.C.E.: Justice's new clothing line is just as hip and French as you might expect. [Stereogum]

Deal Alert: Yoko Devereaux springwear starting tomorrow. [Racked]

COS Play: Monocle takes a hard look at H+M's new branch line and the takes the temperature of European retail. [Monocle]

Rock and Roll Will Never Die: Except when it does. Hey, maybe you kids should have been out there protesting, say, three years ago. [Gothamist]

Where's Waris?: You ask. We've already delivered. [A Continuous Lean]

The Man Who Would Be King: P Diddy's fashion week documentary about his quest for LOVE! INSPIRATION! and REBELLION! and style's CROWN! was so MIND-CRUSHINGLY AWESOME! that we couldn't watch more than 12 seconds of it. [NYMag]

Jack and the Beantown, Gunn vs. Calves, Yoko Speaks, and More

Yawkies Rejoice: Not only is Jack Spade opening a store in Boston, but designers Matt Singer and Chad Buri are inviting locals to a welcome-to-the-hood cup of cider tomorrow night. [Click for Invite]

Hems Down: Tim Gunn comes out against high-ankled pants—somewhere Thom Browne furrows his brow. [Canadian Press]

Local Hero: Coutorture speaks to Andy Salzer, Brooklyn-bred creator of Yoko Deveraux. [Coutorture]

4-in-Hand: That 4-hour-workweek twerpeven knots his ties more efficiently than you. [Fourhourworkweek]

Blueblood Style: The extremely elite history of J.Press. [Yale Daily News]

The Bro' Code: Apparently, any successful men's product should start with "M" or "J." Do mukluks count? [Perfect Pitch]