Letter from the Editor
Hey. It’s October.
Sweater season’s coming; though this year, in many places, it’s fashionably late.
Regardless, I’m excited about our Fall Style Issue, which drops on October 8th.
The coverage is helmed by our talented and handsome NY Editor and Style Director, Danny Agnew.
Danny, what’s going to be inside?
“We’ve got the eight key items you’re going to need this season, from rugged boots to woolly jackets — all styled in complete looks to keep you dapper from tip to tail till spring. We shot on location at Brooklyn’s charmingly rough-hewn Urban Cowboy B&B with our friend Neave Bozorgi behind the lens and the pretty faces of Isabella Farrell and Joy Corrigan in front of it. We think you’ll like that part.”
Another thing about Mr. Agnew: he’ll be stepping into the boxing ring this November to raise money for cancer research (just like your humble executive editor did last year). Danny again:
“Cancer’s personal to me because my brother, mom and dad have all had it. Would really prefer if it were cured before it got around to me — figure getting punched in the face is the least I can do. Honestly though, it’s a terrible thing that affects all of us, and the people who deal with it are so brave. I’m proud to help. Again, by getting punched in the face.”
Please, consider donating to his cause.
And worry not, D: broken noses add character, promise.
Below, some of my favorites from our recent coverage.
The Best SNL Episode Ever
SNL turned 40 last week. So we took the grand-slam favorites from each skit category and stitched them together into what, we think, is the ideal episode. Check it out.
Ask Danny Agnew
Because every man must dress himself, and sometimes even leave the house wearing pants, we present “Ask Danny Agnew” — a series that answers your sartorial queries. First up: jeans.
Are You Successful?
The nature of success is changing. So we asked you whether you felt successful, and why — and how — you got there. These are your answers. Check it out.
Your Fall TV Viewing Guide
There are nearly 50 new TV shows debuting in the next few weeks – stalkers, comedies about sick kids and somehow, yet another NCIS. Only seven of those 50 are worth watching. Here’s how to choose.
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