Good morning. You might want to stay off Facebook tonight: Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump are going head-to-head for their first presidential debate, and some people (weird aunts, high school classmates you barely know) will certainly have not-so-intelligent things to say about it. Here’s how to watch the debate. And here’s what’s good in gear: a fall-ready denim jacket, a Swedish and Japanese bag collaboration, Sony’s most powerful A-mount camera ever and much more.
And here are some fresh stories to start the day.
Ferrari GTC4Lusso T
Far less than a year after debuting the GTC4Lusso, successor to the FF, Ferrari have added a a second model. The 3.9-liter, twin-turbo V8 produces 600 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque, which is less power but more torque than its non-T twin. The T is also rear-drive-only, not four-wheel-drive like the non-T. It’ll cost less, too, so bust out those checkbooks. – Nick Caruso, Today in Gear Editor
Nudie Jeans Billy Denim Jacket
You know it already, but allow us to reiterate: jacket season is here, and denim jackets like this one will always be in style.
Western Rise Granite Pants 2.0
These hiking pants from boutique Coloradan outdoor brand Western Rise are built for crawling and slogging through the toughest terrain, but a clean design makes them right at home in the bar; no need to change before that post-hike beer.
Sony Full-frame a99 II A-mount Camera
Sony’s newest A-mount DSLR boasts similiar components to the A7RII, adds incredible 4K video capture and insane frame rates. In short: Sony’s most powerful DSLR camera ever. Available now for preorder, ships late November.
Akron St. Mysa Bed
Made of solid white oak and poplar, this contemporary bed frame achieves elegant simplicity.
AS2OV x Stutterheim Limited Edition Accessories
Swedish brand Stutterheim is known for stylish raincoats; now the brand has paired with Japanese design company AS2OV (A Shared Sense of Value) for a minimalist, functional collection of bags. The collection includes a clutch, daypack and backpack, all in vibrant colorways and and accented with Stutterheim’s signature rubberized cotton fabric. If you’re not in Japan, Sweden or NYC, you can shop the collection at Stutterheim’s website.
– Caitlyn Girardi, Editorial Apprentice
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