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Experts: Dan Kluger Takes Tokyo

October 08, 2013 3 min read

Over the past 15 years Dan Kluger has worked under some of world’s top chefs (Jean-Gorges Vongerichten, Tom Colicchio, Floyd Cardoz) at some of the best restaurants across the country. Now, as executive chef of and abc cocina and abc kitchen — where he earned best chef honors by Time Out New York and Food & Wine — he’s elevated the farm-to-table greenmarket approach to new heights...

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Food: Jeffrey's Grocery

September 27, 2013 1 min read

The fresh seafood at Gabriel Stulman’s latest outpost, Jeffrey’s Grocery, is excellent, but so too are the recipes found in restrooms...

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Balvenie Craftsmen: Graham Thompson, Optimo Hats

September 25, 2013 5 min read

When Graham Thompson was 16 years-old he ventured over to Johnny’s Hat Shop on Chicago’s South Side, where he tapped the legendary Johnny Tyus to make his first hat: a brown fedora with a rust color ribbon. “I cherished that hat,” says Thompson, who stayed a customer of Johnny’s over the years and discovered on his first trip home after college that Tyus was retiring. “Basically nobody was going to take it over and we hammered out a deal that week for him to sell me his equipment, teach me how to make hats. I didn’t really have the money to pay for it but I told him I’d pay him over three years out of cash flow and I did that.”

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Experts: Shinola

July 31, 2013 1 min read

With the “Made in America” movement for clothing still going strong, the next logical step is to buy a “Made in America” watch. However, when one thinks of American brand watches, such as Timex or Hamilton, the reality is that their watches are no longer made in America...

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Experts: London Undercover

June 12, 2013 1 min read

With the always unpredictable torrential downpours of spring, we must be prepared to stay dry without losing some style game. London Undercover is a UK based company that helps accomplish this with some out of the ordinary designs, colors, and durability that will have us covered through any rainy day.

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Experts: Chiun-Kai Shih

May 22, 2013 2 min read

The third interview in our Experts series is creative director/photographer Chiun-Kai Shih(Chunky) who is no stranger around these parts...

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Experts: Orly Genger

May 14, 2013 1 min read

The Madison Square Park Conservancy, here in New York City, has been transforming the small park space in the Flatiron District for many seasons now bringing in sculptures, statues, and large installations. Currently through early September the park is showing an exhibit by Orly Genger named Red, Yellow, and Blue...

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Experts: ABC Kitchen

May 07, 2013 1 min read

From CFDA nominations to get togethers after fashion presentations, whenever Todd and the team want to celebrate a special occasion, reservations at ABC Kitchen are usually in order. The Farm-to-Fork establishment, which specializes in locally grown organic...

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Experts: Faribault Woolen Mill

April 15, 2013 1 min read

Since 1865, Faribault Woolen Mill has been making wool throws and blankets in Minnesota that truly are a part of American history...

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Experts: Seavees

April 09, 2013 1 min read

Inspired by the 1960s California beach culture, Seavees has been the footwear of choice for many who seek a comfortable laid back sneaker with a touch of prep...

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Experts: Sean Hotchkiss

March 19, 2013 2 min read

The second interview in our Field Guide series is former GQ Eye writer Sean Hotchkiss who recently took his talents to J.Crew and can be seen all across New York City in the latest Gant ads.

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Experts: Justin Chung

March 12, 2013 2 min read

The first in our Field Guide series comes from photographer Justin Chung whose stellar work with companies such as Gant Rugger, ISAIA, Club Monaco, and Mark McNairy landed him in the pages of GQ, Esquire, and The New York Times.

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