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Let the good times roll in distinctive spring fashions from Garmany.
features The cat’s meow | 96 Jaguar’s F-type S two-seater combines classic inspiration with a sassy new spirit.
In search of Shanghai | 98 The top metropolis in the world’s busiest land sparkles with history, culture and nightlife.
emerald greens | 120
Golf has a Gaelic accent at Lahinch on Ireland’s windy west coast.
On the cover: Sportcoat, shirt and tie, all by Isaia. Pants by Gardeur.
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departments Memo | 18 We’ve got you covered.
The Garmany Guide | 25 Luxe sneaks...a taste of Red Bank...Kiwi weekend wear...the perfect shave...Ask Mr. Etiquette...and more!
The techie | 36 You really don’t need a drone or a new set of speakers, but you’ll probably want one of these cool gadgets.
music | 38 These genre-bending artists are making music that sounds bang up to date.
clothes talk | 40 Johnell Garmany solves your sartorial dilemmas.
TREND REPORT | 42 Spring and summer styles range from sweet to sexy.
ESSENTIALS FOR WOMEN | 44 Muted neutrals, fresh-from-the-runway footwear, everyday pearls, stylish specs. THE MUSE
Helen Mirren | 68
On the run | 72 This season’s offerings from Canali make the case for elegant nonchalance.
essentials for Men | 76 Reversible pocket squares, blue suede shoes, cool cuff links, double-duty swim shorts, the best weekender bag and more. THE LEADING MAN
Johnny depp | 92 He’s a rascal with style who thinks outside the box on screen and in his personal style too.
Spirits | 123 In honor of National Tequila Day we serve up a half-dozen of the top tequilas in the world.
Service directory | 126 Your guide to the Garmany Experience.
grooming | 128 Forehead creases and under-eye bags getting you down? Don’t worry. There’s an “injectable” for that.
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Former V magazine art director Peter Poopat and Flavio Girolami, a brand consultant for Italian shoemakers, became friends in the mid-1990s, frequenting East Village hotspots and swanky Chelsea nightclubs. Over beers and cocktails, the two talked fashion and potential collaboration on various projects, one being high-quality sneakers. “We didn’t want to wear Converse anymore,” Girolami has said. The friendship turned into a business partnership that gave birth to Common Projects, a footwear company that bridges the gap between sneaker and dress shoe. Each Common Projects sneaker is made using Italian leather, and the only distinguishing marks are 10 numbers gold-stamped on the heel—there are no other designs or logos. (FYI: Those digits, grouped into three sets, represent a style number, European size and color.) Celebrities like Kanye West, Ellen Degeneres and Nick Jonas are fans of the minimalist brand. You can get your pair at Garmany, which carries the expanded lineup of low-tops, high-tops, trainers and slip-on sneakers.
If you’re a cashmere lover—and who isn’t?— you must get to know Brunello Cucinelli. He is the king of the sumptuous fabric, producing some of the world’s finest cashmere clothing. Although the Italian designer is best known for his sweaters, the Cucinelli collection has expanded over the years to include head-to-toe looks. Shirts, vests, trousers, blazers and sportcoats—all featuring the brand’s signature muted color palette, trim-to-the-body tailoring, casual elegance and, of course, sublimely soft fabrics. New to the brand? Let Garmany guide you through the Brunello Cucinelli collection, the pinnacle of Italian luxury.
A focus on sports
There’s much more drama in sports than the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat, and Marc Aspland captures a lot of it in The Art of Sports Photography (Prestel, $49.95). In this gorgeous book Aspland, chief sports photographer at The Times in London for more than 25 years, shares more than 100 rarely seen images from his personal collection. Prominent figures such as David Beckham, Usain Bolt, Roger Federer and Mike Tyson adorn the pages in exciting action shots and penetrating portraits that tell a dramatic story. Iconic moments from some of the world’s most important sporting events—FIFA World Cup, Wimbledon, the Tour de France, the Olympics—are also featured, alongside images that simply show the joy sports brings to people around the globe. See, for example, page 58, where three young siblings play soccer in South Africa. The goalkeeper leaps through the air to deflect a shot while his brother and sister act as human goalposts. Whether you’re a sports fan, a photography enthusiast or simply someone who appreciates striking imagery, you’ll be captivated by Aspland’s remarkable work.
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Kiwi weekend wear
You’ve got your weekday wardrobe covered. That’s relatively easy. Now what about the weekends? Come in and try on some pieces from Rodd & Gunn. The iconic New Zealand sportswear brand (with the cool pointer dog logo) gets its inspiration from nature, using lots of linen, cotton, wool and leather in its designs. The result? Unpretentious, relaxed comfort—classic clothes that are soft and beautifully textured as well as practical and rugged—perfect for getting out and enjoying the great outdoors this spring.
We hear there are a few men in Monmouth County who don’t yet have Incotex trousers in their closet. If you’re one of them, please do yourself a favor and stop by Garmany to try on a pair. This Italian brand is the Maserati of men’s trousers, producing perfectly tailored, uniquely comfortable pants since 1951. It all started, in fact, with the 1951 line, the pioneer of smart casual style, and has expanded over the decades to include a military-inspired collection as well as a five-pocket collection. Details are among the trademarks of Incotex—the signature blue belt hook holder, for example, and the V-split on the belt for maximum comfort. Then, of course, there are the fine fabrics—cotton and linen/ cotton blends, chambray, super 130s wool and wool/cashmere blends—and the wide range of colors. Think red and pink, French and royal blue, green and aqua, violet and purple along with traditional charcoal, stone and khaki. Visit Garmany to find a hue—or two—that’s right for you.
Your allaccess pass Trunk shows at Garmany give you the opportunity to meet representatives of your favorite brands and have clothing, shoes and other items custom-made. Upcoming trunk shows include the following: saturday, March 12 Garmany tailored clothing Good Man Brand
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The A–Z List Garmany is proud to feature more than 100 designer brands under one roof! See if you don’t find your favorites in the list below. Then stop by our store for a shopping experience you’ll love. Roberto Cavalli 0039 Italy Rodd & Gunn 3x1 jeans Rodo A. Cantarelli Rolo & Ale Allegri Salvatore Amanda Uprichard Ferragamo Amy Matto Santa Maria Anya Hindmarch Novella Argenti Santoni Artico Scarpe di Bianco Autumn Cashmere Scott Kay Badgley Mischka Skins Belstaff Sophia Webster Bogosse Splendid Mills Brioni Stuart Weitzman Brunello Cucinelli Sundek Camilla Skovgaard Swims Canada Goose Szanto Canali Tom Ford eyewear Carrot & Gibbs Torregrossa Citizens of Troubadour Humanity Tumi Clover Canyon Umberto Cole Haan Vallati Common Projects Veronica Converse Beard Coppley Versace Davek Victorinox Deakin & Francis Vilebrequin Dr. Brandt Vince Ecru VK Nagrani Emm Kuo Wigens Ermenegildo Zegna Wolverine Eton 1000 Mile Etro Zachary Fabiana Filippi Prell Gant Zanella Gardeur Garmany Gerard Yosca Ghurka Gimo’s Goodlife Good Man Brand G-Star Raw Hartford Hiltl Incotex Inge Christopher Isaia Italo Ferretti Jakett J Brand monique J.W. Brine lhuillier Kangol Kiton Koral Lacoste Lanvin Lardiere Laurentino Lilla P Linda Richards Magaschoni Magnanni Manolo Blahnik Matt Totillo McQ by Alexander McQueen MiH Jeans Moncler Monique Lhuillier Musi Nat Nast Officina del Tempo Onia Orlebar Brown Paige Denim Pedro Garcia Porsche eyewear Prada eyewear PT01 Quinn Rag & Bone Rebecca Taylor Reed Krakoff Robert Graham
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With its extensive inventory and knowledgeable staff, Goldtinker Jewelers continues to sparkle in Monmouth County. The company settled into a restored 19th-century brownstone in Red Bank in 2014 and has quickly become a jewelry destination for customers from all over region, including new neighbors as well as clients from its former locations in Deal and Rumson. The reimagined showroom gleams with an expansive selection of diamonds, precious gems, Italian designer collections and watches. Also on display are many original pieces created on site under the supervision of owner Joseph Romanowski. Romanowski and his team have more than 100 years of combined experience in the industry. They know their jewelry and treat their customers like family. After shopping at Garmany, stop by Goldtinker and let the staff help you complete your look with the perfect accessory. Goldtinker, 24 Broad St., Red Bank, 732.531.8787; goldtinker.com
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Who’s at The Basie?
You never have to travel far in your search for good entertainment. Red Bank’s Count Basie Theatre on Monmouth Street always boasts the best lineup of musicians, comedians and performance acts. Here are some spring highlights: April 22, 7:30 p.m.: Laugh your socks off with best-selling author, actress and comedienne Kathy Griffin (pictured). In Like a Boss, Griffin uses her wit and dry humor to poke fun at Hollywood blunders and celebrity mishaps. April 23, 8 p.m.: A recent addition to the schedule, Changes, A Tribute to the Music of David Bowie, honors the late musician and style icon. Turn and face the strange as Bobby Bandiera’s Jersey Shore Rock n’ Soul Revue headlines what promises to be a fun and emotional performance. May 13, 8 p.m.: Here’s your chance to hear British rock group Led Zeppelin’s classics live. Philadelphia-based Get The Led Out has been dubbed “The American Led Zeppelin,” and their two-hour sets celebrate the mythical career of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band. May 26, 8 p.m.: If you like Bob Dylan you’ll love Bobfest, a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the rock legend’s album Blonde on Blonde. Pat Guadagno and his band Tired Horses perform and will be joined by students from the Basie’s young musicians program. June 9, 8 p.m.: You’ve seen them on Whose Line is it Anyway? Now you can catch funnymen Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood in person. The duo specializes in improv, and their material changes nightly from audience suggestions and participation.
Johnell Garmany explains how to sail through life without giving offense. A friend invited me to a party I couldn’t attend. Sometime later, when I bumped into her in the grocery aisle, she was sore at me—not because I didn’t show up at the party, but because I never told her I wasn’t coming. Really? — Humbled in Highlands Yes, really. When an invitation says RSVP, you must respond. Accept or decline; don’t say “maybe,” and don’t be silent. And don’t give your answer at the last minute, or you’ll mess up the host’s planning. Stick to your word. The worst mistake of all is to say you’ll attend and then not show. This costs the host money and prevents your spot from being filled by some lonely heart. It may also cost you a friendship.
On the move
They’re packing their bags at Trinity Hall. The all-girls Catholic school will call old Fort Monmouth its new, permanent home beginning in the 2016–17 academic year. Last year, the school purchased a 20,000-square-foot former daycare center and 7.4 acres of property located along Hope Road at the former military base in Tinton Falls. Trinity paid the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority approximately $2 million for the site, and about $500,000 in renovations are anticipated to bring the building up to speed for the first day of school. Trinity Hall, which opened in September 2013, is currently located at a temporary site in Croydon Hall on Leonardville Road in Leonardo. The school teaches in the Catholic tradition but is independent of a parish. For more information, contact Trinity Hall at 732.291.1297 or trinityhallnj.org.
the art of crafts If you order a beer in any respectable bar in America, the malted beverage you’re offered will likely have a name like “Mephistopheles Stout” or “Dead Guy Ale.” Chances are good it will have been brewed not in big steel vats in St. Louis but in small batches two towns over. Freestyle American craft beers made by small, independently owned breweries are the rage all across the U.S. You already know the fab four, but here are some obscure facts about each that you might not know: Lager Whoever coined the phrase “pop open a cold one” was probably drinking a lager, a name derived from the German word “lagern” meaning “to store.” Lagers are both processed and stored at low temperatures before they’re sold. Try Sierra Nevada’s Nooner Pilsner—chilled, of course. Pale Ale Something borrowed, something brewed. One of the most popular craft beer varieties in the U.S. today, pales actually date back to early1700s England. Back then, malts were roasted with coke (the fuel derived from coal, not the beverage). For a great American pale ale, pop open a Deschutes Brewery’s Mirror Pond Pale Ale. Amber Call it the pursuit of hoppiness. Once synonymous with pale ale, amber made the jump to the next level when brewers in the early 1900s began to add more hops, a flowery and flavorful preservative, to their recipes. For a burst of flavor, be sure to try Tröegs Nugget Nectar. Stout You may feel full with this heavy brew, but you’re not drinking a day’s worth of calories. The average stout contains just one more calorie per ounce than most mainstream light beers. So go ahead and have another. Give Firestone Walker Brewing’s Velvet Merlin Oatmeal Stout a try.
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Want to add some flair to your lower half this season? Slip on a pair of shoes by British designer Sophia Webster. A former assistant to celebrated shoemaker Nicholas Kirkwood, Webster launched her own brand in 2012 and today is considered one of the industry’s rising stars. You’ll definitely make a statement in Sophia Webster, whose in-your-face footwear is a riot of color and quirky design elements: pink flamingo pumps, butterfly flats, palm tree platforms, oceanprint espadrilles. You get the idea. Think you’re ready? Come in to Garmany and let us show you how to pull off this fashion-forward look.
The looks of love
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If you’ve overslept and you’re running late, the electric razor you received for the holidays will come in handy. But for the closest, most comfortable trim, you have to journey back to your grandfather’s day and experience a wet shave. You’ve probably seen it done on film—remember Robert DeNiro in The Untouchables? A barber lathers up your face and uses a straight razor or safety razor to trim your whiskers. Then comes a splash of cool water and aftershave to soothe the pores. There’s an art to the process and steps to follow to achieve the perfect wet shave. With any project, proper prep is important. Wash your face with warm water and soap meant for the face (body washes might leave your skin too dry, making a good shave difficult). For the next step, skip the Barbasol and lather up with a fine shaving cream applied with a brush. You can pick up Castle Forbes shaving products right here at Garmany, along with a handmade Rooney Stubby 2 brush. Despite what you see on TV, you don’t need a six-blade, vibrating razor—one blade is all you need. As long as it’s sharp, a single blade gives the closest shave and reduces the amount of irritation. Opt for the safety razor, which has a double-edge disposable blade. Only after you’ve honed your skills with the safety razor should you consider giving the straight razor—also known, gulp, as a “cutthroat”—a try. Shave with the grain first, then pass the razor across the grain. Finally, pass against the grain if your skin isn’t too sensitive. Once you’re whisker-free, enjoy a cool rinse and some aftershave. Then stand back and admire the results. Once you go wet, you’ll have a hard time going back to dry.
From top to bottom: Johnell Garmany gets ready for his wet shave; the Garmany guys recently held a shave-off to benefit Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Enzo, left, from Hudson & Canal in Red Bank, gets to work.
Look good, feel good and do good this spring and summer by attending events that benefit the local community. Here’s a list of some of our favorites taking place in Monmouth County. And don’t forget to stop by Garmany to help you find the perfect outfit. April 16: The Beauty Foundation for Cancer Care’s 10th annual Beauty Ball will take place at the Robert Collins Arena at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft. For more info, visit beautyfoundationnj.com. April 24: The Spring Tea Fundraiser and Auction benefiting the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation comes to Elks Lodge No. 2151 in Brick. Head to emmanuelcancer .org to learn more. July 16 The LOL: Laugh Out Loud Comedy Show, which raises funds for a nonprofit group dedicated to ending domestic violence, takes place at the Two River Theatre in Red Bank. Find out the details at 180nj.org. September 18 Big Steps for Little Feet, an annual walk benefiting Monmouth Medical Center’s Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Foundation Regional Newborn Center, starts in Long Branch. For information and registration, call 732.923.6886.
We know that fashion photography sells a look, but it’s also an art that tells a story. Hal Rubenstein shares many of those stories in The Looks of Love: 50 Moments in Fashion That Inspired Romance (Harper Collins, $40), a collection of the most powerful and romantic moments in fashion history, from the 1930s to today. A founding editor of InStyle magazine, Rubenstein showcases pivotal events in television and film, on the runway and the red carpet, and in social media that have changed the way we see love, fashion, passion, romance, marriage and beauty. Who can forget those catfights between shoulder pad–clad Krystle and Alexis Carrington on Dynasty, Gene Kelly’s classic sportswear in Singing in the Rain and Angelina Jolie’s Versace wedding veil embroidered with her children’s drawings? Those images and more (a total of 225 full-color and black-and-white photographs), as well as insight from the designers, are all found on the pages of this gorgeous tome. Rubenstein’s selections perfectly illustrate the role that clothes play in the world of love and passion. It’s truly a collection for all—for the fashionista, the photographer and the romantic.
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During the 1970s, designer Yves Chareton envisioned a shop filled with clothing treasures found at a vintage Parisian market— faded plaid button-downs, shirts in raw denim and work shirts in chambray. These classics were the inspiration behind Hartford, the French label Chareton launched in 1979. The mix of traditional European style with a more relaxed American aesthetic gained a cult following— aficionados included Bruce Springsteen and many of The Boss’ followers. Today, Hartford maintains its “insider” status and is a brilliant off-the-radar choice for stylish, easy-to-wear basics. Think linen shirts and shorts, lightweight sweaters and cotton twill trousers in a rainbow of colors. Not wearing Hartford yet? Stop by the store and browse our extensive collection of Hartford apparel waiting for you to try on and take home.
A taste of Red Bank
From rustic Italian to classic American, small plates to gastropub innovation, the Red Bank restaurant scene continues to generate culinary buzz. Here’s a trio we know you’ll want to try. B2 Bistro & Bar—Fresh, locally sourced ingredients are transformed into inventive apps and entrees at this attitude-free establishment. A wood-burning oven turns out many of the meals and serves as a gathering spot where guests can enjoy the culinary theater created by the chef. Via45—Whether you are on a diet full of restrictions or can enjoy a plate full of anything, this Italian eatery offers a world of possibilities since meals are made to order. The menu is hand-written for a reason—it changes not by season, but by day. Birravino—Basil T’s has been replaced with this brewery-meets-trattoria restaurant. A cold brew or vino? Choose from a large selection of house beers and fine wines to pair with rustic Italian fare.
The ride of your life
Elliptical, treadmill, free weights. Let’s face it: Your gym routine needs a new spin. And you can try it—spinning, that is—at Mega Cycle in Shrewsbury. Indoor cycling (spinning) has a reputation for being intense, and it can be intimidating. But the instructors at Mega Cycle will make you feel comfortable no matter what your fitness level. “We have regular riders in their 20s through 60s with a wide variety of athletic abilities,” says Megan Gridley, owner of Mega Cycle. “Our classes appeal to beginners, hard-core cyclists and everyone in between.” Want to mix up your workout even more? You can try Pilates, yoga and TRX suspension training at Mega Cycle too. So get moving! Mega Cycle, 89 Newman Springs Rd., Shrewsbury, 732.933.3880; the megacycle.com
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Samuel Bail and Abel Samet gave up promising careers in finance when they hit the road for an 18-month journey across Europe. It’s not an uncommon tale for guys in their mid-20s, but this duo’s trek was no ordinary trip. Their mission: Find the best materials, talent and techniques to help them create the highestquality leather travel bags and luggage. Along the way, they discovered family-owned tanneries and encountered renowned zipper makers. Eventually, after several failed attempts, Bail and Samet located a manufacturer to put everything together, and the partnership laid the foundation for Troubadour. Since 2013 Troubadour has been producing luxury Italian leather goods for high-end retailers like Garmany. All Troubadour bags are made of superior vegetable-tanned leather, which is left unfinished to allow for graceful, natural aging. The hardware is understated and nothing is overdesigned, meaning each bag could transition seamlessly from situation to situation—bring it to the office, then use it to shuffle off to the gym. Before you pack for your next getaway, check out Troubadour at Garmany.
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We’re already fortunate to live in an area with superior health care, and soon the best cancer treatment will be coming closer to home. Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) brings its renowned expertise to Monmouth County, opening a state-of-the-art outpatient facility in Middletown later this year. The 285,000-square-foot center, to be located at the former Lucent Technologies site, will give patients access to personalized medicine, cutting-edge clinical trials, cancer care and support groups all under one roof. “This provides the opportunity for patients to receive all of their post-operative care close to their home,” says Richard Barakat, M.D., deputy physician-in-chief for Memorial Sloan Kettering Regional Care Network and MSK Cancer Alliance, noting that about 6 percent of MSK’s patients live in the area served by the new facility. With the opening of the Middletown campus, Memorial Sloan Kettering will have two offices in New Jersey (a location in Basking Ridge opened in 2006). A third satellite facility is scheduled to open in 2017 in Montvale. To find out more about MSK’s plans for Monmouth County, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s show time!
The Two River Theater, located on Bridge Avenue in Red Bank, continues to welcome more than 55,000 patrons a year to experience great American theater. Here’s what’s on the agenda this season: Pericles, April 16–May 8— Director David Schweizer brings to life William Shakespeare’s thrilling tale of adventure, shipwreck and romance. I Remember Mama, June 4–26—See how Jack Cummings III directs 10 actresses to play 25 roles in this rebirth of an American classic about a working-class Norwegian family living in turn-ofthe-century San Francisco. Where the Wild Things Are, June 9–12—Kim Selody directs this “guided play” experience for children and adults, who will be given masks and transform into wild things.
Garmany greets Hollywood
Garmany recently gave its clients a dream lineup: author Maria Cooper Janis, J Brand, Baz Persaud—and Oscar! The daughter of silver screen royal Gary Cooper, Janis stopped by the Red Bank store for an exclusive appearance and signing of her book Gary Cooper: Enduring Style. She also brought along her father’s Academy Award, which he won for best actor in 1953 for his portrayal of Will Kane in High Noon. Autographed copies of the book are available for purchase at Garmany. Trunk shows with denim specialist J Brand and jewelry designer Baz Persaud (who has a way with cuff links) gave guests an up close and personal look at the two brands.
We carry so many different brands and styles of premium jeans at Garmany that we (practically) guarantee you’ll find a pair that fits you perfectly. Check out these cutting-edge designers in our store. 3x1—The luxury label founded about five years ago by Ian Scott Morrison, the brains behind Paper Denim & Cloth and Earnest Sewn, offers nearly 60 styles for men and women that blend trademark denim ruggedness with New York edginess. (The name 3x1, by the way, refers to how jeans are woven.) Frame Denim—Featuring flattering cuts for men and women of all shapes and sizes, Frame jeans (pictured) have quickly become a global favorite. They’re easily the best of all worlds—the brand was developed by two Swedish designers living in London, and all products are manufactured in Los Angeles. J Brand— Founder Jeff Rudes has accomplished his 2004 goal of creating jeans that are “classic, sophisticated and timeless.” The denim creations for men and women are super comfortable and available in a variety of cuts and styles. Rag & Bone—It’s easy to fall in love with the soft feel of the denim and innovative designs from this brand, founded by Englishmen Marcus Wainwright and David Neville. With a range of styles and flattering fits, you’ll want to pick up a pair or two!
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Of course you really don’t need a drone or a new set of speakers, but you’ll probably want one of these cool picks.
WAY BETTER THAN BEATS It’s a tradeoff no more: The new Sennheiser Momentum on-ear wireless headphones let you leave the cables behind and still enjoy the same crisp, high-def sound. They’re easy on the eyes too, sporting sleek stainless steel sliders and super-plush ear cushions. $399.95
VIRTUAL REALITY BECOMES REAL The long-awaited Oculus Rift arrives in July. Prepare to have your visual cortex hacked. As far as your brain is concerned, there’s no difference between experiencing something on this revolutionary virtual-reality headset and experiencing it in the real world. There’s not much more to say, except that it’s Windows-compatible only. $599
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Reinterpreting traditional styles and borrowing freely from the past, these artists are making music that sounds bang up to date. By Mark Dowden
Raised to play classical violin, Texas native Carrie Rodriguez used to have no interest in singing. That changed some years ago, and the 37-year-old went on to success as a singer-songwriter of roots music. She finds full voice on the new album Lola, which contains half a dozen original songs, plus five Mexican folk tunes of the genre known as ranchera. Among these is “Perfidia,” which was a pop hit for dozens of American artists in the 1940s and ’50s. Her version, sung in Spanish, is the perfect update. The album: Lola Go-to song: “Perfidia.” Love that steel guitar. Deeper dives: “Llano Es-
Just as there was no performing artist named Marshall Tucker (or Lynyrd Skynyrd for that matter), the band Dawes has no member of that name. Their debut album brought them instant notice for reviving the Laurel Canyon sound of Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and Crosby, Stills & Nash. But Dawes front man Taylor Goldsmith says he and his mates had no such goal. Rings true, as Dawes’ chill stylings are unstudied, uncommercial and fresh. The album: All Your Favorite Bands Go-to song: the title track, with Goldsmith’s perfect lyrics Deeper dives: “To Be Completely Honest” and “Now That It’s Too Late, Maria”
tacado,” a Spanglish-inflected track from Lola, and “Whiskey Runs Thicker Than Blood” from the album Give Me All You Got
Growing up in rural Missouri, Nathaniel Rateliff taught himself guitar and began to write songs as a teenager. He earned critical praise for early albums and toured with Dr. Dog and The Lumineers in 2013, but it wasn’t until 2015 that he broke out with the self-titled album, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats. The infectious, rollicking single “S.O.B.” was conceived by Rateliff as a kind of call-andresponse tune in the Gospel tradition, but its narrator seems more at home in a dive bar than a church choir. The album: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats Go-to song: “S.O.B.” Like the man says, give me a drink! Deeper dives: “Howling at Nothing” and “Look It Here”
Catherine Russell A member of David Bowie’s band, Catherine Russell pitched in on guitar, keyboards, percussion and background vocals. After Bowie stopped touring in 2004, Russell concentrated on a solo career as a jazz and blues singer. She has consistently delivered a new album every two years, and does an especially fine job of reviving old standards. That’s her singing “Crazy Blues” on the soundtrack of Boardwalk Empire. On her latest album, Russell goes large with a swinging 10-piece band. The album: Bring It Back Go-to song: “Aged and Mellow” Deeper dives: “Lucille,” written by
her father, who was Louis Armstrong’s music director, and “After the Lights Go Down”
Bloody Yes! Sunday brunch at my place has two requirements: Bloody Marys and music. Some-
times the mood calls for Billie Holiday or Bach, but when I have a high-energy crowd and want to encourage dancing, I go for the musical equivalent of Tabasco. A playlist like this one fills the bill. “Run On” by Moby “Put the Message in the Box” by World Party “Wild Child” by Lou Reed “You Know I’m No Good” by Amy Winehouse
“I’m Putting All My Eggs in One Basket” by Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong “Groove Me” by King Floyd “Empty Pages” by Traffic “Sitting in Limbo” by Jimmy Cliff
“Genius of Love” by Tom Tom Club “Tipitina” by Professor Longhair “Caroline” by Old Crow Medicine Show “A Quick One, While He’s Away” by The Who
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...in which Johnell Garmany solves your sartorial dilemmas.
It’s time for a new jacket for spring. What do you recommend? We have a few really stunning jacket options. Isaia makes a silk-cashmere jacket that is very light and elegant. The blended fabric gives a nice luster to the piece, and it’s amazing to the touch. For spending time outdoors— at sporting events or on a boat— I’d recommend a classic Moncler windbreaker. Bomber jackets and bomber-length jackets are also in style; we have an amazing option by Brunello Cucinelli. The best part about a bomber is its versatility—you can dress it down by pairing it with jeans and a sport shirt or dress it up with a pair of trousers. It’s a great investment.
I dread wearing suits to work during the summer. Any suggestions? Two words: tropical wool. It’s lightweight, very breathable and doesn’t hold wrinkles like cotton or linen. When you’re walking around outside, take off the jacket and drape it over your shoulder. You’ll look cool and feel
cool. And remember, you don’t have to wear socks during the summer. We sell noshow peds so that you pull off the sockless look comfortably. Speaking of looking cool, how can I spice up my sportcoat collection? You’ll definitely stand out in a sportcoat with patch pockets. You can wear it to the office, and for a night on the town it’s nice to dandy things up a bit. The combination of red and blue in sportcoats is also very big now. My wife says I look sloppy when I wear T-shirts during the summer. But they’re so comfortable. Help! T-shirts are OK to wear in the summer, and there’s no need for them to be fitted or tucked in during the warmer months. Or you can wear short-sleeve woven shirts— they’ll keep you cool and comfortable when it’s hot. I’m bored with chinos. What are some other options for weekends? How about a pair of colorful five-pocket pants or linen-cotton blend pants? It’s a terrific casual yet sophisticated look. Check out our selections from Incotex and PT01.
What about casual shoes? I find myself always reaching for sneakers. We have a fantastic line of upscale sneakers by Common Projects—low-tops and trainers made of super-soft leather. You get the comfort of a sneaker, but they’re much more refined and sophisticated. I love them and wear them all the time. For a dressier look, we have Magnanni, which is a classic shoe at a lower price point. I like to say they look Italian, but they’re made in Spain. I feel like my wardrobe is too “neutral.” Suggestions? Spring is the perfect time to experiment with color. Refreshing colors like lime green, melon, coral and blue are big this season. Designers such as Canali are offering sportcoats with a pop of color. If you don’t want to be too bold, you can pair a colorful sportcoat with a more subtle shirt to balance the overall look. And don’t forget about patterns. This season guys are having fun with patterns— checks and plaids and windowpanes. Don’t be afraid to try something new!
From left, Brunello Cucinelli, Canali, PT01, Isaia and Magnanni
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for spring and summer Styles range from sweet to sexy.
Embrace denim on denim
Designers have reworked our favorite fabric into structured two-piece sets, wide-leg one-alls, and that’s not all: Patchwork, acid wash and the revival of the Canadian Tuxedo are giving denim a brand-new purpose in our wardrobe. Pair a cropped jean jacket with a matching mini skirt à la Thakoon, or slip on a casual-sexy denim dress from J Brand.
Step out in the grownup flat
The perfect balance of sexy and sophisticated is what makes bare shoulders a cult favorite—and this season they’re back in full force. For a fun, carefree vibe, give your shoulders the spotlight in Rebecca Taylor’s boho chic floral dresses. Or if you prefer something simple, flash your clavicles in one of Tanya Taylor’s relaxed, breezy tops paired with a flowing skirt or skinny jeans. Tip: Dust your collarbones with bronzing powder for a subtle finishing touch.
You’ll fall in love with the muted colors (just shy of full-on pastel) and whisper-light weaves that turn this season’s knits into an easy, elegant blend of style and comfort. Fabiana Filippi layers its signature sumptuous knits over silky tops. And guess what’s back in style? Crochet, which has gotten a trendy twist, à la Rebecca Taylor, whose peek-aboo weaved crop top is the season’s must-have.
All height, no incline: The flatform (a cross between a flat and a wedge) made its debut five years ago, and its resurgence on the spring runways every season since proves it’s here to stay. Not surprising, since it gives us the height we crave without the discomfort of heels. For your consideration: Stuart Weitzman’s pewter pair—it acts as a neutral (ideal with a power print), while winning nods from fashionistas for its reflective finish. Risk takers need look no further than Sophia Webster: Her metallic version—embellished with gemstones on steroids—teams nicely with slouchy boyfriend jeans and a plain white T-shirt. If flatforms aren’t already your preferred footwear for spring, they will be.
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each time. She’ll turn up in a leather jacket and funky gown, or go conventional—diamonds and beaded gowns with plunging necklines. No stranger to haute couture, she’s worn garments by Badgley Mischka, Elie Saab and Escada. Mirren can be playful. She went for shock and awe in 1997 by donning a feathered hat she called her “bird’s nest” to pick up her Golden Globe for Losing Chase—and again a few years later when she dyed her hair pink. And she’s been spotted on the New York subway in a fluffy grey coat and long purple gloves. Crimson lipstick is one fashion choice; another is the Native American tattoo on her left hand, a symbol meaning “equal but opposite.” And Mirren has allowed unretouched photos at her age because, well, it’s OK to be real. Her secret? Knowing what rocks her body and being comfortable in her skin. It’s fitting that in 2003 the actual Queen Elizabeth officially made her a dame. Indeed, there’s nothing like her.
Clockwise from top left: Actress Helen Mirren sports shimmering Chopard pearls at the Royal Opera House for the 2007 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards. She’s a sweet, sassy ingenue afloat in 1969. Forty years later she’s clad in white at the U.K. premiere of the political thriller State of Play , in which she played a savvy newspaper editor. In 1979 she appears in a corset to promote the film Caligula. That film, she told an interviewer, was the only one in which having to do a nude scene didn’t frighten her. “Everyone was naked in that,” she said.
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With luxurious textures and smart silhouettes, this season’s offerings make the case for elegant nonchalance.
child’s first glimpse into a kaleidoscope—like the first time he spins and makes himself dizzy—can be a mind-expanding moment of discovery. “I still remember the sense of wonder I felt,” says Milan-based designer Andrea Pompilio, now heading into his third year as creative consultant for Canali. That’s why he showed different-sized slow-mo videos within a fragmented kaleidoscope image as a backdrop at a recent Fashion Week as his models strode across the catwalk to show off the line’s spring/summer 2016 offerings for men. That way, people could appreciate the overall impact of each jacket, sportcoat, suit or other garment while also seeing Canali’s relentlessly meticulous attention to fine tailoring and detail. Indeed, this family company has been a synonym for tailor-made Italian luxury since it was launched in 1934. Today it boasts ultramodern manufacturing facilities and some 1,800 employees worldwide, but it remains the essence of what makes “Made in Italy” a cherished label. For Canali, the values of wearability and comfort are always in harmony with the ideals of top-quality materials and precise craftsmanship. The Canali man? He’s a creature of kaleidoscopically changing moods, as the images at left suggest. “He’s a free spirit, audacious and unconventional, who plays with a casual elegance rich in details and opulent textile fabrics,” Pompilio has said. There’s always room for whimsy, but never for the haphazard. And a constant emphasis on innovation keeps the brand’s vision fresh, as it surely is for this season.
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This page, clockwise from top left, striped socks in grey, blue and pink by Garmany; print ties in muted hues by Paolo Albizzati; reversible pocket squares by Paolo Albizzati; textured lambskin wallets by Lanvin. Opposite, a pastel palette of dress shirts and ties by Ermenegildo Zegna.
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This page, clockwise from top left, leather low-tops in white/grey and bright blue by Lanvin; a trio of brown dress shoes by Santoni and Di Bianco; blue suede double monk straps and wingtips by Eleventy; navy leather drivers by Santoni. Opposite, assorted casual styles by Common Projects.
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the leading man
Rascal with style Actor Johnny Depp likes to ignore the rules and lose himself completely in a role. This abandon is reflected in his personal style too. By Timothy Kelley
above. And even when it’s theoretically a bit too much, he’ll somehow look great. On occasion, Depp’s film roles provide inspiration for his sartorial choices—consciously or not. When he turned up at the recent premiere for the movie Black Mass wearing a high-decibel, peach-colored suit, people wondered if he’d taken the role of gangster Whitey Bulger too much to heart. But he has also incorporated a pirate motif suggested by his costume as Captain Jack Sparrow, the character he’s played in the popular Pirates of the Caribbean series since 2003. “There’s only one man who can look red carpet-ready in a pirate kilt, caftan, handkerchief and cowboy hat, worn all at the same time and topped off with a gold chain or eleven,” wrote Details magazine not long ago. “And that man is Johnny Depp.” Like any true original, Depp is an exciting, unpredictable amalgam of influences. And he’s always worth watching.
There’s a bit of the rocker in film star Johnny Depp, who played guitar in garage bands before he ever memorized lines from a script. But there’s also a soulful intensity—seen in this hatted, necklaced, bespectacled and tattooed Depp of 2013—that makes him a potent performer in demanding movie roles.
f attitude is all you’ve got, watch out. But if you’ve got attitude plus integrity and tons of talent, let the world watch out. That’s the way it is with Johnny Depp. This handsome, sometimes feisty actor first caught our eye in the ’80s Fox police show 21 Jump Street. Since then he’s ruffled feathers from time to time—and worn them too. As an actor he’s known for going deep, for being less concerned with box office than with thinking— and playing—outside the proverbial box. And he’s similarly intense about what he wears. “There’s something that’s authentic about Johnny, and you can see it in his eyes,” said Council of Fashion Designers of America President Diane von Furstenberg in 2012, when the group made Depp the first male recipient of its Fashion Icon Award. “He’s nice and naughty.” Depp’s affinity for accessories is well known. He’ll sport a hat, a scarf, a necklace, a bracelet, a bandana, purple sunglasses or maybe all of the
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the cat’s meow
Think you know Jaguar? It’s time to re-think. The F-type S two-seater combines classic inspiration with a sassy new spirit. And in 2016 it comes in a 6-speed manual transmission, delighting those who still prize the art of driving.
hen Ian Callum was a kid in Scotland, he wrote to Jaguar seeking tips on becoming a car designer and got a reply advising him to study technical drawing. It took a few decades and a few other automotive stops along the way, but today he is Jag’s chief designer. This elegantly sculpted two-seater shows that he hasn’t forgotten the brand’s sporty tradition.
The ’16 is the first Jag sports car to use electric powerassisted steering (EPAS), controversial with driving purists. Company engineers believe it now outshines the hydraulic alternative (for example, it can be programmed to adapt to different ambient temperatures) without compromising that sports car feel.
The 3.0-liter engine boasts 380 horsepower at 6,500 rpm; it takes just 5.1 seconds to get from 0 to 60. And when you’re toodling to the gym, won’t it be secret fun to know that if the laws allowed, you could be getting there at 171 mph?
Matte black and chrome exterior trim helps give this Jaguar its elegantly assertive look.
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There’s driver-selectable “active sport exhaust” with center-mounted dual exhaust pipes, just in case there’s any question about this beast’s authority on the road. Vr-rooom!
Customers used to pay extra for configurable dynamic controls (such as interior lighting with five color choices) and 14-way power seats, but this year they’re standard on the F-type S.
This year’s F-type features an upgraded “infotainment” system and an app that lets you simply tap your smartphone to operate locks, windows, remote start, climate control—and a beep-and-flash in case you’ve forgotten where you parked your Jag.
The S is impeccably dressed— right down to the floor with 19-inch Propeller alloy wheels. And thanks to the Jaguar highperformance braking system with black calipers, these wheels can stop almost on a shilling. A recent test put the 70 mph-to-zero braking space at less than 150 feet, competitive with the industry’s best.
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in search of shanghai
Yes, it’s the top metropolis in the world’s busiest land. Did you know it also sparkles with history, culture, shopping and nightlife? By Everett Potter
hen I first visited Shanghai in 1984, it was a cramped, backward-looking place still awakening from its long slumber under the reign of Chairman Mao. The hotels were musty, having for decades served mostly visiting Communist bureaucrats and diplomats. The Shanghai Museum of Art had dusty exhibit cases of antiquities, somnolent guards and few visitors. The streets were thronged with bicycles and the occasional VIP in a red-flagged limo. The old “concessions”—neighborhoods
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By some measures the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most populous city, Shanghai, China, has been a key commercial hub for centuries, but only in recent decades has its architecture soared so dramatically. Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the skyline at sunset.
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once administered by foreign powers—had been reduced to warrens of shambolic mansions in which dozens of families dwelt with clotheslines running out of windows. Memorably, I saw a jazz band of elderly Chinese gentlemen who played nightly at the venerable Peace Hotel along the Bund. (A bund is an embanked thoroughfare fronting a river.) The bar had hosted the likes of Charlie Chaplin and Noël Coward in the 1930s, and you could feel it. Was it the same city when I went back just last year? Well, yes and no. Shanghai is still a fascinating patchwork of China’s history, with many visible remnants of its imperial past and its expansion by the British more than 170 years ago as a base for selling opium to the natives. But today it styles itself “the City of the Future”—indeed, it’s a metropolis of futuristic towers filled with newly minted multimillionaires and conspicuous consumption of every brand name from Hermès to Ferrari. And the eight-minute ride on the magnetic-levitation train from the airport reaches 267 mph and makes you feel you’re rushing headlong into times unknown. The best place to bask in Shanghai’s 21st-century excess is the Pudong financial district, with as many skyscrapers as 20 Manhattans and a neon display that for sheer exuberance outshines Times Square. Structures such as the 1,380-foot Jin Mao Tower (finished in 1999) and the Shanghai World Financial Center (1,614 feet, 2008) were superseded last year by the 2,073-foot Shanghai Tower, the world’s second-tallest building. The symbol of this megacity, the 1,535-foot Oriental Pearl TV Tower, seems to be made from giant Tinkertoys. For young, rich Shanghai residents, luxe brands are the rule. You’ve got to wear Prada, drive a Mercedes and smoke Cuban cigars. Dior, Versace and Hugo Boss wares fill the upscale malls. Shanghai shopping is nonstop on the pedestrians-only Nanjing Road and the equally popular Huaihai Road. The good news for traditionalists like me is that the Old City still offers a veritable maze of lanes that are well worth exploring on foot, with small markets and glimpses of street life. So does nearby Yuanmingyuan Road, which has some wellpreserved turn-of-the-last-century buildings. Want to go further back? The Square Pagoda was built in the Song Dynasty, about 1,000 years ago. This grand cultural relic looks like a wedding cake; it’s surrounded by ancient buildings and gardens. The former French Concession is also home to Fuxing Park, where old men follow a Far East custom, This page, from top, a guest room and a lobby reception area at the Narada Boutique Hotel Shanghai Hongkou in a northern Shanghai neighborhood; a characteristic Shanghai contrast between old and new. Opposite, Shanghai’s Pudong financial district was an ambitious riverfront development project on the Huangpu River.
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bringing pet birds in bamboo cages to hang on tree branches to sing while the men smoke and gossip. What has changed most, perhaps, is the arts scene. The Shanghai Art Museum now has one of the world’s best collections of ancient bronzes, ceramics and calligraphy. The Rockbund Art Museum, a restored 1932 Art Deco building, is the place to go for strikingly fresh exhibitions. And the West Bund, becoming a world-class culture hub, includes an art center that is the site of an annual art fair, and the Yuz Museum, with contemporary works. The Long Museum West Bund was China’s largest private art museum when it debuted in 2014; this year, DreamWorks studio opens its $2.5 billion Shanghai DreamCenter, with an animation studio and an entertainment complex with performance venues. When it comes to dining in Shanghai, be sure to drink tea in the garden at the Ming Dynasty-era Guyuan Teahouse on Fuxing Zhong Lu in the French Concession. Cha’s Restaurant, a traditional cha chaan teng (tea eatery) is owned by a Hong Kong movie producer. Din Tai Fung offers some of the city’s best soup dumplings (xiaolong bao), with a delicate skin wrapped around a juicy pork or crab filling. Jia Jia Tang Bao, in the Huangpu District, also has great dumplings. Jishi is small and crowded but serves classic Shanghai food, from tofu skin with mushrooms (fuzhu) to sweet-and-sour spare ribs (tangcu paigu) and crab with vermicelli sheets (xiefen fenpi). At night, head to Shouning Lu, which has street food cooked on portable grills, food carts and the aromas of roast duck and crayfish. Post-dinner bar hopping is one of the best ways to get a handle on current Shanghai residents. The clubby rooftop Bar Rouge at Bund 18 is great for people watching. As for lodging, Shanghai has an ever-expanding roster of the world’s best luxury hotels, from Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong to Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai and The Peninsula Shanghai. I’m partial to the Park Hyatt Shanghai, an oasis of calm in a frenetic city. I also like Waterhouse at South Bund, a new 19-room boutique hotel in a former 1930s warehouse—and an antidote to high-rises. But I confess that my heart belongs to the old Peace Hotel along the Bund, now the completely redone Fairmont Peace Hotel. It’s sleek, sophisticated and modern, but luckily the management has restored the Jazz Bar, where a combo of Chinese gentlemen age 80 and up plays jazz standards nightly. Cocktail in hand, I can almost be persuaded—once again— that I’m back in the Shanghai of the ’30s. spring/summer 2016
This page, clockwise from top, Hokkaido sea urchin in a lobster jelly; fried pigeons on sticks at a market in Shanghai’s Qibao Old Town; barbecuing lamb skewers at the weekly Uyghur Street Market. Opposite, Michelin-starred chef Richard Ekkebus presides over Fifty 8° Grill at the Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai.
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la dolce vita
As the days grow warmer, the air fills with the promise of a sweeter, more jubilant life. Why not let the good times roll in distinctive spring fashions like these from Garmany? Photography by Michael Cogliantry
From left, white linen shirt and â&#x20AC;&#x153;photographicâ&#x20AC;? swim shorts, both by Orlebar Brown; multicolor print dress by Cavalli and strappy red sandals by Vince Camuto.
Styling by Marcellas Reynolds
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This page, from left, lightweight white jacket by Moncler, navy and light blue embroidered blouse by Rebecca Taylor, light blue jeans by J Brand and cotton canvas sneakers by Rag & Bone; lightweight navy jacket by Moncler, long-sleeve white T-shirt by Goodlife, jeans by 3x1 and dark blue leather low-tops by Common Projects. Opposite, from left, grey windowpane suit, light blue dress shirt and light blue tie, all by Isaia, white pocket square by Simonnot-Godard; white sleeveless top and dark jeans, both by Veronica Beard.
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This page, from left, blue-and-green checked sportcoat, white and green plaid shirt and green tie, all by Isaia, white pocket square by Simonnot-Godard, mint green pants by PT01 and brown monkstraps by Di Bianco; black-and-white striped dress by Marissa Webb, black lace-up sandals by Vince Camuto and black leather handbag by Alexander McQueen. Opposite, from left, khaki jacket and white lace top by Marissa Webb, jeans by Rag & Bone; navy jacket, blue checked shirt and tan pants, all by Rag & Bone.
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Tan leather fringe top by Eleventy, jeans by Vince and red heels by Manolo Blahnik.
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This page, from left, navy leather jacket by Belstaff, white T-shirt and jeans, both by Splendid, navy suede sneakers by Eleventy; black top and black-and-white pants, both by Ecru, ankle-strap sandals by Vince Camuto and red purse by Versace. Opposite, from left, navy plaid sportcoat, navy sweater, blue-and-white striped shirt and grey tie, all by Brunello Cucinelli, white pocket square by Simonnot-Godard and light blue pants by PT01; sleeveless print top and navy pants, both by Rebecca Taylor, clutch by McQ by Alexander McQueen.
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This page, brown sportcoat, brown-and-white striped shirt and white pants, all by Eleventy. Opposite, from left, red plaid sportcoat, blue floral patterned shirt and tan pants, all by Etro, brown loafers by Di Bianco; brown jacket, peach sweater and drawstring pants, all by Fabiana Filippi, booties by Manolo Blahnik.
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This page, blue-and-grey jacket, blue-and-white striped sweater, blue shirt and white jeans, all by Brunello Cucinelli. Opposite, from left, black leather jacket and spider T-shirt, both by Lanvin, white pants by J. W. Brine; pale pink jacket and black-and-pink blouse, both by Rebecca Taylor, black distressed jeans by 3x1.
Shot on location at The Oyster Point Hotel in Red Bank, NJ Jewelry courtesy of Finishing Touches by Elena Hecht.
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the sporting life
Golf has a Gaelic accent at Lahinch on Ireland’s windy west coast. Just don’t let that medieval castle ruin your game! By Michael Hiller
he world has plenty of good golf courses—usually big, sweeping swaths of land that hug coastlines, hike up rocky slopes, pierce clouds and creep through timber. But there aren’t a lot of great ones, the kind that grab you from the first hole, squeeze you in the middle and draw you in so deep you can’t imagine playing anywhere better. Lahinch is one of them. Lahinch Golf Club, a 124-year-old golf course on the southwest coast of Ireland, is among the world’s finest. And you don’t go to Lahinch to gamble in a casino, dine in the Michelin-star restaurant or lie on a sandy beach (even though it’s one of Ireland’s foremost surfing locations). You go hoping to find that quintessential Irish golf experience that swirls in the back of your mind: emerald green grasses, salty ocean spray and heavy clouds cracking open with drenching rains that soak deep into your bones and can only be warmed by a peat fire and old whiskey. Standing on the third tee box of the Old Course at Lahinch Golf Club
recently, the churning Atlantic over my left shoulder and the Number 2 green to my right, I found it easy to pretend that golf originated here, in Ireland, rather than in Scotland, a few hundred miles east across the Irish Sea. A 30 mile-anhour rainstorm whipped in off the ocean, first slapping my ball off its wooden tee, then batting the tee shot into knee-deep rough. I popped the ball back to the fairway on my second shot, where it bounced between uneven patches of turf and soil as if the course were a pachinko machine. I saved par with a punch shot to the left edge of the green, allowing the wind to nudge the ball close to the hole for a tap-in. The rain stopped when my foursome reached the par-5 fourth hole, a narrow fairway that threads to a green tucked directly behind a 35-foot-tall sand dune known as Klondyke Hill. A burly man stood atop the dune, directing traffic. When he waved his red flag, I hit. My approach shot had to fly over the dune then land softly on the other side. “Sorry, lad,” the flag man called to me as I hiked to the
green. “The wind got the best of it.” The par-3 fifth hole is no less of a challenge: a 154-yard blind shot to a sunken green surrounded by yet more tall dunes. “There’s an old Irish saying about golf,” says the innkeeper of the Vaughan Lodge, a popular hotel near the golf course. “It says, ‘There’s no links without the sea, and no golf without the wind.’ And no one knew this better than Old Tom Morris.” Morris, of course, was the original designer of the Old Course at Lahinch (he didn’t take all the credit— he said Lahinch was the finest natural links course he’d ever seen) and also of another classic: the Jubilee Course at St. Andrews in Scotland. By the time my group walked off the 18th hole, we were humbled, sodden, exhausted—yet eager to play it again. But that would have to wait because Lahinch is more than a one-horse town. Across the street from the Old Course lies the Castle Course, a shorter, flatter 18-hole sibling punctuated by the ruins of a 14thcentury castle. And we played that next.
Clockwise from top: The single remaining wall of Dough Castle (1306) provides a dramatic backdrop to the seventh hole on Lahinch’s Castle Course. Famous for golf since the 1890s, Lahinch also has become a popular international surfing destination. Goats have roamed across the links since the early 1900s and continue to be a source of amusement to visitors. Stunningly beautiful scenery is an added bonus. A traditional heavy-on-the-protein Irish breakfast is required before hitting the links. Consider yourself lucky if you get this close. The shorter Castle Course can serve as a warmup for its bigger sibling, the Old Course, across the road.
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Artisanal agave In honor of National Tequila Day, July 24, we serve up a half-dozen of the top tequilas in the world. Salud! By Virginie Boone
here’s one drink with an eponymous anthem all its own: tequila. Recorded by the Champs in 1958—a time when this liquor was barely available in the U.S.—the sax-driven instrumental with the random yelps of “tequila!” seeped into brain cells as powerfully as a stiff drink. Back then Jose Cuervo was just about the only brand known. How things have changed!
Tequila Ley .925 Ultra Premium Extra Añejo Pasión Azteca It’s the bottle, not the tequila inside, that drives the price of Ley .925. The Diamond Sterling Bottle (or La Ley del Diamante), which boasts 4,000 diamonds set in a five-pound platinum bottle designed by Mexican artist Fernando Altamirano, fetches $3.5 million. A more reasonable option offered by the distiller, Hacienda La Capilla: the $225,000 version pictured, which is handcrafted in gold and pure platinum. Only 33 bottles were made, and each comes encased in a leather box with a series of pictures of the original Pasión Azteca by Mexican painter Alejandro Gomez Oropeza.
Gran Patrón Platinum Silver Tequila Among the producer’s higher-end offerings, triple-distilled and aged in oak to become both smooth and full-bodied, this is a remarkably citrus-tinged drink, with bursts of fresh agave and black pepper. Each bottle is crafted from crystal and hand-numbered, cradled in an elegant black case. It is a sultry sipping tequila priced at $195.
Partida Elegante Extra Añejo Gran Reserva The top of Partida’s line, priced at $350 a bottle and limited in production, Elegante is aged a minimum of 40 months in American oak. Complex and velvety, it combines brooding layers of black pepper, toasted oak and dark chocolate around a persistence of almond, caramel, vanilla and coffee. It even suggests the undeniable goodness of maple butter and bourbon. Handcrafted, with each bottle numbered, it comes with a crystal decanter stopper and a sterling silver charm (called the Partida Tequila Spirit Bird) around the bottle’s neck. It makes an impressive gift.
Now there’s no drink that’s hotter; nearly 14 million cases of tequila were sold nationally in 2014, and sales keep climbing at an average yearly rate of 5.6 percent. Some of that growth has been powered by the priciest bottles—pure artisanal versions with price tags upwards of $300. Tequila is made from agave azul tequilana Weber, or blue agave, a Mexican plant with ties to the lily family that can take from eight to 10
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years to mature. (Mezcal, on the other hand, can be made from more than 30 varieties of agave, including blue agave.) Just as bubbly must come from the Champagne region of France to officially be called Champagne, tequila must be produced in specific areas of Mexico. The spiky succulent is grown primarily in Jalisco, but the official tequila region extends into parts of four adjoining states. To make tequila, the pineapple-shaped piñas (hearts) of the agave plant are harvested by hand with a machete-like knife, cleaned and cut into pieces, then slowly baked, a process that extracts the sweet agave juice, converting its starches into sugars. The piñas are then mashed to separate the juice from the pulp, and the juice is mixed with yeast and fermented into alcohol. Water is used to cut the distillate to about 80 proof. Classifications have to do with how long the tequila is aged. Blanco or white tequila isn’t aged at all; reposado (which means “restful”) spends at least two months in oak; añejo (Spanish for “mature”) is wood-aged for a year or more; and extra añejo (a new classification added in 2006) is barrel-aged for more than three years. Since blanco never touches oak, it
Rey Sol Extra-Aged Añejo Double-distilled and then aged six years in French oak barrels by Tequila San Matías de Jalisco, this dark-hued tequila in a smiling-face bottle (designed by Mexican artist Sergio Bustamante) carries a $250 price tag. The aging lends a smoothness that’s deliciously sublime on the palate, with a taste of chocolate and hazelnut. It’s hearty enough to stand up to red meat—or serve it as an accompaniment to dessert and coffee.
delivers the purest notes of agave, while añejo features deeper, woodier, tannic notes layered over the agave. All of the varieties have a place in mixology—or can be sipped straight. For a long while, the only brands available in the U.S. were adulterated “mixto” tequilas, which could contain up to 49 percent non-agave sugars—the kind more likely to give you a nasty headache the next day. (Remember those tequila-fueled nights in college? You were probably drinking mixto.) In the 1950s, singer and actor Bing Crosby and his buddy Phil Harris, both of whom knew their way around a tequila bottle, started their own import company specifically to bring in Herradura, a 100 percent blue agave tequila they discovered on a trip to Mexico. It would be the only “pure” tequila available north of that nation for the next few decades, positioned as a sipping tequila rather than a cocktail ingredient. Read about Herradura’s extra añejo at right below—along with five other standout tequilas on these pages. They are all, of course, made with 100 percent blue agave.
Casamigos Reposado Yes, this is George Clooney’s tequila, a partnership with friends Rande Gerber and Mike Meldman. More importantly, it’s a damn fine, small-batch, entirely legit tequila, made by a master distiller in Jalisco. The Casamigos team slow-cooks its piñas for three days and gives it an extra slow fermentation as well, looking to further capture the purity and intrigue of the plant. It’s then aged in American oak. The reposado ($50) is a caramel-laden and smoothly textured quaff that will go down easy after dinner, on the rocks, finishing with a hit of cinnamon stick that lingers on the tongue. No salt or lime required.
Herradura Selección Suprema Extra Añejo This caramel-colored concoction ($350) comes entirely from the Casa Herradura estate in Jalisco, the piñas cooked for 26 hours in stone and brick ovens. This is when the plants become dark orange in color and give off an intensely sweet aroma and flavor. After fermentation, the tequila is aged in Kentucky bourbon barrels for four years. Upon release it becomes a celebration of vanilla, crème caramel and apple pie, with additional seasonings of citrus and allspice. Enjoy over ice.
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THE GARMANY EXPERIENCE
Just as our designers take great pride in the clothing that bears their name, we are extremely proud of the amenities and services that make shopping at Garmany a pleasure. Our philosophy is that first-class customers deserve first-class care from the moment they walk through our doors. We aim to transcend the traditional retail customer relationship, creating instead a bond that exceeds expectations. Please take advantage of any and all of the services described here as part of your Garmany Experience. Visit Garmany at 121 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ, or call us at 732.576.8500.
private shopping service You don’t have to be an A-list celebrity to get the red-carpet treatment at Garmany. Our private shopping service will enable you to sample your favorite designer collections at leisure with a knowledgeable member of our staff.
The Garmany parking lot is large, free and secure. And it puts you just steps from the welcoming red awning at our back door.
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After choosing the perfect present, our complimentary gift wrap makes your Garmany gift extra special. For birthdays, holidays or milestone events, any day is a good day to take advantage of our professionally prepared gift presentations.
We’re just as pet friendly as we are kid friendly. A pet is a member of the family, and we want to make all your family members feel at home.
Movie Theater We encourage you to bring the younger set to Garmany, and we attend to them as we would any other family members. Our secondfloor movie theater is a particular hit with kids. With our theater seating, a massive screen, high-def picture and awesome sound system, your kids can enjoy a variety of titles from our film library or bring along a favorite DVD of their own.
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shopping by appointment
While most stores dread discussing their return policy, we can sum up ours in three words: No questions asked. All we do request is that you bring your purchase back within 31 days.
If our store hours don’t fit your schedule, call us. If you’re a morning person who finds 7 a.m. the ideal time for your Garmany Experience, we will arrange to be here. Does the commute put you on the platform at 9 p.m.? No problem. Shopping by appointment allows us to give you the personal attention and shopping time you need, when your schedule permits.
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As talented as a local tailor may be, he can only provide the limited patterns and materials on hand. At Garmany, our Made-to-Measure service takes advantage of the relationships we have established with Italian manufacturers to deliver a suit that is smart and sexy—and a good value—in as little as one week. You won’t find a better shortterm plan to look your best.
THE GARMANY GUIDE Count Basie Theatre 732.842.9000, countbasietheatre.org Two River Theater 732.345.1400, tworivertheater.org Goldtinker Jewelers 732.531.8787, goldtinker.com Trinity Hall 732.291.1297, trinityhallnj.org B2 Bistro & Bar 732.268.8555, b2bistro.com Via45 732.450.9945, via45.com Birravino 732.842.5990, birravino.com Mega Cycle 732.933.3880, themegacycle.com Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 212.639.2000, mskcc.org
oldfashioned shoeshine Garmany is one of the few places left where you can still get a meticulous hand shine. In just a few minutes, we’ll have your shoes looking lustrous, and you’ll feel ready to take on the world.
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lounge and Bar Like any gracious host, we always offer our guests something to drink. Whether you’re shopping in first-floor menswear or browsing the women’s collections upstairs, you’ll find a spot to relax, reflect and enjoy coffee, espresso, cappuccino or a cool drink. If the notion strikes you for something more bracing, we have wine, beer and a full bar.
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Our on-site tailor shop is at your disposal for alterations to your Garmany purchases. We provide same-day service as a rule and can usually handle minor alterations while you wait. The same goes for emergency repairs and routine wardrobe maintenance, such as tightening loose buttons: Bring the garment in, and we’ll fix that button on the spot.
No matter where you are in Garmany, you’re only a few paces away from a spacious, comfortable changing room. We never planned on 49, but after we located them in the places we knew would be most convenient, that’s how it worked out.
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A central part of the Garmany Experience is superlative service in a relaxed atmosphere. If you want to browse in private, you’re more than welcome. When you need expert, individual attention, you’ll get it— instantly and for as long as you want. Our knowledgeable staff is well versed in all of the brands we carry, the trends of the season and how to fit every body type. They stand ready to advise you on all matters of wardrobe and accessories.
All brands and products featured in this issue are available at Garmany unless otherwise noted. Sources of those other brands and products are listed below.
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You... only better Are those forehead creases and under-eye bags getting you down? No worries. There’s an “injectable” for just about everything. Forehead: Wrinkle relaxers—Botox, Dysport, Xeomin— block the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, “freezing” muscles and temporarily reducing the appearance of crinkles and creases. To maintain your smooth new look, repeat the procedure every four to six months. Between eyebrows: Botox and its cousins also are the injectables of choice for lessening vertical frown lines ’tween the brows—as well as crow’s feet. Results last about six months.
Under eyes: Hyaluronic acid fillers like Juvéderm or Restylane are often used to fix the furrows that can come with aging, and their effects last six months to a year. Cheeks: Voluma from Juvéderm, another hyaluronic acid filler, restores contour around the cheekbones in a matter of minutes. Added bonus: You won’t need another injection for two years. Around the mouth: Juvéderm, Restylane and Radiesse are all effective at softening “smile lines” (a.k.a. nasolabial folds). Radiesse lasts the longest of the three—a year or more. Another option is the collagen filler Bellafill. And here’s something to smile about: Its effects can last up to five years.
Neck: A relatively new injectable called Kybella has recently been approved by the FDA for treating double chins. One caveat: It can cause an uneven-looking result. A long-lasting improvement is hoped for, but time will tell.
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Neuromodulators (Botox, Xeomin, Dysport) Price: $400 per area Hyaluronic Acid Fillers (Restylane, Juvéderm) Price: $500 to $800 per syringe Volumizers (Voluma) Price: $800 to $1,200 per syringe Kybella Price: $1,000 and up per treatment
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