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The suits are as sharp as the weapons in Martin Scorsese’s seminal gangster movie, which spans three decades of New York’s most notorious crime family.
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How Dr. Martens Became Iconic
The history of the Dr. Martens boot is full of surprises, but what remains inevitable is their enduring utilitarian appeal and fearless attitude.
Style 101: A History of Tartan
From the Scottish Highlands to the streets, tartan has reinvented itself as a contemporary, cool and versatile pattern which takes its heritage in its stride.
Style Heroes: Marlon Brando
“He was the marker,” Martin Scorsese once said. “There’s ‘before Brando’ and ‘after Brando’.” The director was talking about Brando’s acting, but could well have been referring to the his effect on men’s style, too.