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Clockwise from left: Jean-Claude and Anne-Marie Colban, the brother and sister who now own and operate Charvet, the 177-year-old family business; a sampling of the approximately 5,000 different fabrics used to make Charvet's bespoke shirts, in the Paris shop; a magnetic needle holder.

Sarah Aubel
Not Just Any White Shirt
In honor of Charvet’s legendary shirtmaking, which dates back to 1838 and has been worn by the likes of Charles de Gaulle, Yves Saint Laurent and Sofia Coppola, one man takes a sartorial journey.

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Regina Kokoszka
Wellness
The Outdoor Voices crew shares certain endorphin-pumping office practices, like basketball lunch breaks.

Mendes's veal sweetbreads with piquillo pepper and sunchoke.

Jackie Gebel
Food Matters
Chef George Mendes reboots the menu at his Iberian-inspired restaurant to include dishes like veal sweetbreads with piquillo pepper and sunchoke.

Brian Nichols/The New York Times
Books
One elegiac tome researched, written and illustrated entirely by one man has left an impact on Jody Rosen, T’s critic at large.

The designer Jesse Kamm.

Luke Brower
Fashion
The Los Angeles-based designer, and former model, wants to help you unplug (and look good doing it).

Illustration by John Gachot
By Design
John Gachot has been tucking illustrated notes in with his kids’ lunches for years; he shares 13 printable doodles exclusively with T.

The fit model John Gallagher, testing out the cut of new boxer briefs from the men's wear label Mack Weldon.

Amy Lombard
Business of Style
Meet the father of two with the power to determine the cut and finer details of your clothes.

Entertainment
Live photos from the early days of Bikini Kill, featuring (clockwise from left) the singer-songwriter Kathleen Hanna, the drummer Tobi Vail and Hanna with the bassist Kathi Wilcox.

Clockwise from left: Allison Wolfe; Bikini Kill Records (2)

Kathleen Hanna Revisits Her Riot Grrrl Past

Bikini Kill shares a new track, “Ocean Song,” off the remastered version of its first demo cassette from 1991, out this month.

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Inside the Mind of a Japanese Master Plant Stylist
Satoshi Kawamoto, who will set up shop inside Freemans Sporting Club’s Tokyo outpost this fall, shares his green-thumb secrets.

Chic in Review

All the week’s fashion news that’s fit to reprint: Gaga’s meat dress, a new RiRi fragrance and more.

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