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GQ’s Mark Anthony Green and blogger Michael Williams of aContinousLean
(Photo: Billy Farrell / BFA, at eBay/CFDA/NYC Digital event in New York, July 9, 2013)

GQ’s Mark Anthony Green and blogger Michael Williams of aContinousLean

(Photo: Billy Farrell / BFA, at eBay/CFDA/NYC Digital event in New York, July 9, 2013)

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Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Suit Up

Meet Sean Hotchkiss, a former fashion and style writer for GQ (before getting scooped up recently by J. Crew). His Instagram feed is a mix of behind-the-scenes action, global travels, and a few half-eaten donuts for good measure. Unlike our usual roster of must-follow fashion folk, it’s nice to get a man in the mix for a different, more masculine perspective.

(Photos courtesy of @shotchkissnyc. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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A Boy’s Life

When it comes to street style, the women and men of fashion week go toe-to-toe, neither party backing down for the sake of inferior accessories, less-than-magnficient shoes, or ho-hum handbags. Winter, however, can be the great equalizer, meaning that the decadent, impractical items get tucked away in favor of a more practical aesthetic, all in the name of warmth. But even when dressing for the cold, you don’t have to sacrifice your style. (You’ll see no puffy coats shot by the likes of Tommy Ton, after all). Here, the gentlemen of the menswear shows this January all sport gorgeous, textural pieces — blazers with rough edges, tough military coats, dandy scarves. It might not be the regalia we drool over from warmer months, but it will have to do.

(Photos courtesy of Tommy Ton for GQ and Style.com. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Hip to be Square

By Jenny Bahn 

Looking for a holiday gift to give that dashing gentleman in your life? Sometimes it’s best to think small. Pocket squares are a beautiful, delicate item to give, easily customizable to the taste of your adored. Check out the rather gorgeous collection of Hermes pocket squares on eBay. Hermes is an undeniably classic brand, always chic and  timeless. Their pocket square prints are quirky and unique — from roses to paisleys to, yes, even dancing ballerinas. Buyer beware: It might be hard to pick just one.

(Photos: Courtesy of Tommy Ton for GQ and Trashed)