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Designer Cynthia Rowley is launching her menswear label Mr. Power this fall with a dedicated ecommerce site. The pieces will also be stocked at Rowley's boutiques in New York, Chicago, Boston, Charleston, and Montauk. "We’ve always had a sprinkling of men’s wear available, but we wanted to make a more concerted effort with it because of the greater visibility it’s gotten from Bill wearing the clothes on ‘Work of Art,’?” Rowley told WWD. “He needs more stuff to wear and people keep asking for it.” Oddly, the fall collection comprises 24 tops—priced from $60 to about $500—but no bottoms. “We’re only doing tops, no pants, because we think everything looks better with jeans," Rowley said, "and guys already have their favorite jeans." [WWD]