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Whereas our first installment of “Sneakers in Your City” followed two hip-hop artists to their favorite spots in Seattle, episode 2 takes us to New York, where Ryan Plett—the photographer, consultant, and self-described “generalist” behind popular mood board blog You Have Broken the Internet—showed us the Big Apple through his own unique lens.

He also shot some damn fine looking photographs for us. Keep reading to watch a behind-the-scenes video, hear about five places to seek out in NYC, and get a closer look at fall footwear from The Sneaker Project, a curated selection handpicked by our buyers.

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These visually striking and subliminally comedic portraits (seriously, when’s the last time you saw Jerry Seinfeld mug this meanly?), commissioned by New York brand rag & bone, came across our desk a few weeks ago. But today—with the launch of our latest limited-time, Olivia Kim-curated shop, Pop-In@Nordstrom x rag & bone—seemed like an ideal time to call them to your attention.

Keep reading to see more of this series by talented English photographer Andreas Laszlo Konrath (a former avid skateboarder and punk band bass player who has since shot for high-profile publications like Vogue, Wired and Rolling Stone). The impressive body of work includes GQ’s deftly sardonic “Style Guy” Glenn O’Brien, NBA badass Carmelo Anthony, and many more men and women of all ages—a testament to the universal appeal of rag & bone’s modern-meets-heritage menswear.

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What better way to celebrate our new Surf City Pop-In Shop than to grab a board and get wet?

If you’re landlocked, of course—or just foster a healthy phobia of oceanlife (as documented at our Downtown Seattle store)—the next-best thing is to crack a cold one and soak up the frothy photography of Brooklyn photographer and frequent Salt Surf collaborator Will Warasila.

See more photos and read a Q&A with Warasila on our sister blog, The Thread, and if you haven’t yet tested the waters in Surf City—do so by clicking below:

See the shows and street style of Paris Fashion Week through the masterful photographic lens of Joshua Woods. Keep reading for the full gallery—including an up-close look at collections by Paul Smith, Rick Owens, and AMI Alexandre Mattiussi—and if you missed them, catch up on Josh’s photo journals from London and Milan.

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See the shows and street style of Milan Fashion Week through the masterful photographic lens of Joshua Woods. Keep reading for the full gallery—including an up-close look at collections from Belstaff and DSquared2—see Josh’s London journal here, and watch for his dispatch from Paris coming soon.

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See London Collections: Men through the masterful photographic lens of Joshua Woods. Click through for the full gallery, and stay tuned for more from Milan and Paris, coming soon.

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You’ve seen his work here on Men’s Shop Daily in the past. Get ready to see a lot more—and to have your socks literally knocked off in the process (blizzard warnings be damned).

New York photographer Joshua Woods possesses one of the keenest eyes for street style we’ve ever seen. His ability to transform the hectic rush of fashion shows into quietly jaw-dropping works of art is uncanny. And he’s a genuinely nice guy—nice enough, in fact, to send us some of his stellar work directly from the European Men’s Fashion Weeks that are currently in motion.

Watch for his first dispatch—from London, and featuring Topman, Burberry and Paul Smith—later today, to be followed in the coming weeks by Milan and Paris. In the meantime, get a taste of his work on his website and Instagram (@joshuawoods), and stay tuned to Men’s Shop Daily for much more.

We already knew that menswear designer John Varvatos is way into Led Zeppelin. (Really, who isn’t?)

He also resurrected legendary NYC punk-rock club CBGB, casts grizzled rock gods in his ad campaigns, and designs sneaker collabs with Converse (arguably the most rock-and-roll shoe to ever walk the earth). The Detroit-born designer’s latest homage to loud sounds is a volume of iconic photos, entitled John Varvatos: Rock in Fashion. The book explores the reciprocal relationship between audio and visual, underscoring how acts ranging from Pink Floyd to The Clash and Axl Rose to Alice Cooper have influenced the world with their style and mannerisms as much as with their music.

Keep reading for a glimpse at some of our favorite photos from the book—plus a Q&A with John Varvatos himself.

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Last night, artistic visionaries, musical geniuses, and our favorite concert photographer descended upon New York City’s Highline Ballroom—all for a good cause.

The Other Ball (presented by Topman/Topshop and benefiting Arms Around the Child) honored “quiet revolutionaries changing the world,” like photographer Mark Seliger, and featured performances by a brilliantly eclectic musical lineup—including Swedish songstress Lykke Li, Rihanna collaborator Mikky Ekko, Ohio blues masters The Black Keys, and Harlem’s most fashion-wise rapper A$AP Rocky (pictured above, wearing Topman of course).

With a knack for being in the right place at the right time, photographer Faith Silva was there snapping portraits of performers and guests. Continue reading to see a few more of our favorite photos, and listen to songs by the artists who chose to support a noble charity last night.

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November 26, 2013

Kanye West by Tommy Ton

Nine out of ten menswear bloggers agree: Tommy Ton is the reigning king of street-style photography. Whether he’s snapping Nick Wooster or our friend Bruce Pask (or the world’s most fetching female models, for that matter), the soft-spoken sharpshooter has a knack for bringing out each subject’s most supremely photogenic potential—in a candid fraction of a second.

The same holds true when Mr. Ton sits front-row at a theatrical Kanye West concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. (If you enjoyed Ton’s photos from West’s previous tour, you’re in for a treat.) Read on for more of our favorite shots.

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