Question the rules along with Death to Tennis. The New York City brand uses artistry to challenge the mainstream and the bourgeois. Its brow-raising name comes from the collaboration of its two designers, who go by the nicknames Doc Death and Mr. Tennis. A recent showcase drew from the '50s, tapping into the greaser aesthetic with a nod to the bad boys' warm interiors. That same collection also put men in clothing inspired by the peacock, a nod to society's increasing self-obsession.