The Unrivaled Run of Edward Norton

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From killer altar boy to sketchy spook, the actor-activist revisits his dark side in "The Bourne Legacy." SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Jeff Rudes at Soho House in New York.

Retail

Jeff Rudes: Out of the Blue

J Brand’s founder and ceo is aiming to transform the company into a full-fledged fashion force.

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Nicholas Brayton, John Ranelli and Joshua Rich in the mill in Woolrich, Pa.

Retail

Woolrich: An American Family

Once again led by descendants of its founder, the brand is riding high on the fashion demand for all things Americana.

clock June 18, 2012Jean E. Palmieri

Tyson Chandler

Lifestyle

Tyson Chandler: From Under the Boards to the Front Row

The New York Knicks starting center spills on his personal style.

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Guillaume Henry in Paris.

Textiles

Carven With a Twist

As the brand steps into the Pitti spotlight, designer Guillaume Henry revels in a quirky new brand of cool.

clock June 18, 2012Katya Foreman

Edward Norton wearing a Prada wool suit, Giorgio Armani's cotton shirt and DKNY tie.

People

The Edward Norton Legacy

His performances leave an indelible mark, but what excites the actor most these days is his offscreen role as a civic crusader.

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Mr. Porter is mining the growth in tailored clothing

Retail

The Confidence Man

The global economy, e-commerce and evolving cultural norms have helped create a newly assured fashion customer.

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Marcus Ross outside Pokit.

Fashion Features

Hey, Young London

Four plugged-in Brits offer insider tips on where to eat, drink and hang out in the English capital.

clock June 18, 2012Nina Jones

The British tea tradition is getting a macho makeover with the introduction of the gentlemen’s afternoon tea around London. Sanctum Soho Hotel started the trend with mini-cheeseburgers, Jack Daniels and a cigar.

Lifestyle

On the Grid This Summer

The hottest summer spots- from Tokyo at takeoff to the London Olympics.

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Brunello Cucinelli’s wool blazer, Prada’s cotton shirt and Yves Saint Laurent’s cotton pants. Thom Browne tie; Plectrum by Ben Sherman shoes.

Fashion Features

Men’s Trend: Separate Ways

Ultralight fabrics inform a modern take on the summer suit, which is increasingly broken up into separate components.

clock June 18, 2012Alex Badia

From Left: Ralph Lauren Black Label; Local Celebrity; Nautica; Versace; Hugo; Marc Jacobs; Robert Geller; Yves Saint Laurent; Paul Smith; Edun; Bally; A.P.C.; Brioni; Acne; Surface to Air; Yves Saint Laurent; BLK DNM; Alexander Wang; 2(x)ist; Topman

Fashion Features

Men’s Trend: Rebel Rebel

The motorcycle jacket emerged as a key piece on the runways in Milan and Paris, signaling a resurgence of the tough guy for this fall.

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Prince Philip in a formal mode.

Fashion Features

Prince Phillip: Mr. Majestic

A look at Prince Philip’s style shows that being in the shadow of the Queen can be just as chic as being in the spotlight.

clock June 18, 2012Samantha Conti

Loewe’s Amazona men's bag.

Fashion Features

Loewe: Bag Man

Men’s bags are a rising star for the historic, Madrid-based brand.

clock June 18, 2012Katya Foreman

Studded slip-ons by Christian Louboutin.

Fashion Features

Christian Louboutin Expanding Men’s

The designer has big plans for his men’s collection, with a men’s-only store opening this summer in New York’s West Village.

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From IWC’s Top Gun collection.

Fashion Features

Fly Buys: Pilot Watches

With the long-awaited sequel to Top Gun on the horizon, watchmakers are flying high trying to stake their claim in the market.

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Kathryn Sargent

Fashion Features

Savile Row’s First Lady

Kathryn Sargent is a self-professed “tailoring geek.” She’s also a pioneer.

clock June 18, 2012Jean E. Palmieri

Rafael Nadal

Fashion Features

Olympic Mettle

With all eyes turning to London for the Summer Games, three of the most promising Olympic contenders took a break from training to hit the red carpet.

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Angelo Galasso

Fashion Features

Angelo Galasso: Devil, Details

A few days before it opened, the Italian bespoke men’s wear maker sat down with WWD to discuss his new New York City flagship.

clock June 18, 2012Matthew Lynch

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