The 8 Must-See Art and Fashion Films of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

Published by W Magazine

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  • Clive Davis 
  • Whitney
  • Cate Blanchetts
  • Lena Dunham
  • Laurie Simmons
  • Meryl Streep
  • Dome Karukoski
  • Barry Avrich
  • Julian Schnabel
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat
  • Sandy Chronopoulos 
  • Naomi Campbell
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Julian Rosefeldt, "Manifesto," 2015.

This year’s Tribeca Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday, bringing with it over a week of over 100 features, from up-close looks at legends like Clive Davis and Whitney Houston to a look back at classic films like The Godfather, Bowling for Columbine, and Reservoir Dogs. As always, though, there’s also a heavy showing from the art and fashion worlds, too: Zac Posen steals last year’s fashion documentary spotlight from the Met Ball, and Laurie Simmons, Julian Schnabel, and Tom of Finland are just some of the artists to follow in Banksy and Maurizio Cattelan’s footsteps. Here are the 8 best fashion and art films to see this week.

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What to Buy from Mr Porter’s Massive California-Inspired Capsule Collection

Published by GQ

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It’s no secret that Los Angeles has become a destination for industries beyond those that churn out entertainment properties. Don’t tell New York, but when it comes to matters of art and food and drink and — you guessed it — style, well, the west coast capitol no longer playing second fiddle to NYC. (Not that it’s a competition or anything … but it totally is).

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Why California Should Be Your Style Inspiration This Spring

Published by Esquire

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California style is having a major moment. From the laid-back surfer aesthetic (heavy on the bright colors and easy on the fabrics) to the modernized streetwear that’s become a staple in recent seasons, there’s just something about the West Coast that’s resonating throughout the world of men’s style.

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This Brand Just Turned Tailored Clothes Into a Punk-Rock Statement

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Traditional tailoring and youthful rebellion sound like strange bedfellows. But even though leather jackets and ripped jeans have been the de facto uniform of rebels and rockers the world over since punk came to a head in the late ’70s, there’s something to be said for the subversive power of using the establishment’s sartorial tools to ones own ends.

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How To Wear Gingham Without Looking Like A Basic Bro

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The spring gingham shirt is a classic. You know it. You love it. You own it, maybe in multiple versions if your love for gingham runs deep. And there’s a reason it’s such a staple: The color combination (traditionally navy and white) looks good with every pair of pants, and the repeated pattern is particularly camouflaging. No on can really tell if you forgot to steam out the wrinkles—or if those happy hour deals have been sticking around your midsection.

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How These Longtime Friends Launched a Brand That Completely Defies Convention

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We all have that project we’re definitely going to start. The superhero comic you want to draw. The language you’ve got to learn. The marathon you’re going to run. You’re going to swim with those dolphins. Then do that boot camp-style training. And of course run with the bulls. But not today; you’ve got that presentation to prepare and you have to do your laundry. Start it tomorrow, next week, maybe on Monday.

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10 Graphic Tees To Jump Start Your Summer Style

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Solid T-shirts or classic striped varieties used to be what separated stylish guys from the Jersey Shore crowd. But years later, the world of graphic tees has exploded again—only this time, in a much cooler, more tasteful way. From up-and-coming streetwear brands to Parisian fashion labels, typography has permeated the T-shirt game like never before. These interesting fonts aren’t just good design—they’re also a great way to take any outfit from tried-and-true to bold-and-memorable. At any price point, you can now find a T-shirt that’s just your type.

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The Seven Shapes Of Men – And The Suits That Work Best

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Marks & Spencers' Tailoring The Nation campaign starring rugby player George Kruis, fitness expert Louis Rennocks and model John Todd At last, the high street has cottoned on to the changing shape of the male form. Men’s bodies have altered drastically in the last 50 years – and, when it comes to suits especially, one-size no longer fits all.

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Fashion Is About Change – And British Vogue’s First Male Editor Is Exactly That

Published by The Spectator 

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After months of speculation, Alexandra Shulman’s successor at British Vogue has finally been announced. And in what may come as a shock to Samantha Cameron – who recently launched a new fashion line, and whose sister Emily Sheffield was hotly tipped for the role – the job has gone to someone cut from slightly different cloth. In fact, the powers that be at Condé Nast have gone for something quite radical: British Vogue now has its first black, male editor.  

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