Fashion

Trending for Fall/Winter 2015: Space-y Sweaters

For whatever the reason, menswear designers who showed in Paris this past week had outer space on the brain while designing their fall/winter 2015 collections. At Valentino (above, center), designers Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri showed a bomber jacket with childlike drawings of planets and moons, while Phillip Lim (left) showed a similar galactic vista on one of his sleeveless sweatshirts. Humberto Leon and Carol Lim of Kenzo, riffed on the theme with a kooky sweater emblazoned with UFO on it (right). No matter how you slice it, the season ahead will be out of this world (sorry, I see more
Celebrity

"Wishin' Boot" Is SNL's Surreal, Spot-On Country Song

Some boots are made for walking, others, like the one featured in this weekend's Saturday Night Live Digital Short "Wishin' Boot," are made for getting people out of jail and morphing into barn dogs. Smartly capitalizing on host Blake Shelton's strengths (carrying tunes as opposed to cracking jokes), this pitch perfect country music video parody co-stars Kate McKinnon and a very Wynonna Judd-looking Aidy Bryant singing the praises of a mysterious cowboy boot that "makes your dreams come true" when times are tough—and we mean tough, like being forced to raise your brothers in an old motel or facing SNL's Surreal, Spot-On Country Song">see more
Grooming

5 Ways to Incorporate Oils Into Your Grooming Routine

It took a while, but we've finally reached a point where we're fully embracing and extolling the benefits of healthy fats—think nuts, coconut and olive oil, and avocados—in our diets. And now this writer thinks it's time to apply the same thinking, namely in the form of oils, to your grooming regimen. But if you're convinced oils will render your skin greasy and clogged and your hair limp and lifeless, think again. According to Brandy Monique, the founder of the chic eco-apothecary brand Fig+Yarrow, "oils can supply skin and hair with it naturally needs without producing extra oil." see more
Health

Are the "Winter Blues" A Real Thing?

Feeling sad or lethargic now that the days are shorter and the temperatures have dropped? Sleeping more often than you want? You may be suffering from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), which is not some pop-psych mumbo-jumbo, but rather a very real type of depression that normally occurs in winter months as a response to the brutal changes in the natural day-night cycle. And it's widespread: SAD is estimated to affect 10 million Americans, according to Psychology Today. see more
Celebrity

This Week on Instagram Everyone Either Went Shirtless or Cuddled With a Puppy

Every week we dive into the pool of celebrity Instagram posts to see what our favorite actors, artists, writers, musicians, DJs, designers, and notorious selfie-takers are posting. Below are recent shots that captured our attention—because they're funny, telling, timely, or all of the above. see more
Style News

Charlie Hunnam for Calvin Klein, Backstage at Milan Fashion Week, and More Top Stories of the Week

Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most. This week's results: see more
Celebrity

John Legend on Selma, Kanye West, and Dressing with Confidence

John Legend has plenty of reasons to be happy right now. The R&B crooner recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of his debut album, Get Lifted, which coincided with his 36th birthday, and a couple weeks later, he won his first Golden Globe for "Glory," the powerful duet with rapper Common from the Martin Luther King Jr. film Selma. Now he's up for an Oscar for the song and could also win his 10th Grammy for "All of Me," the ballad he wrote for his supermodel wife, Chrissy Teigen. In the midst of awards season and the launch of a mentorship see more
Celebrity

Blake Shelton Hates Playing Games With Jimmy Fallon

If we learned one thing from country crooner Blake Shelton's appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, it's this: The guy is clearly not a Benedict Cumberbatch fan. (But that's probably just because he doesn't have the slightest idea who the Academy Award nominee is.) During a game of "The Whisper Challenge" (sort of like "The Telephone Game," except with headphones, lip-reading, and only two people), Shelton was completely shocked when Fallon guessed "Benedict Cumberbatch" correctly, having apparently assumed the name was a nonsensical phrase designed to confuse him: "That doesn't even mean anything!" Fallon helpfully pointed out see more
Fashion

Help Us Decide Who Deserves to be Crowned This Week's Best Dressed

In an era when every man with even the smallest measure of fame has access to a stylist or (at least the wise counsel of a fashion designer), it can be hard to tell who's well dressed and who's simply well styled. Which is why we couldn't decide wether Hidetoshi Nataka or Mark Ronson should be called the best-dressed man of the week. see more
Fashion

David Beckham Now Helping H&M Make Real Clothing

The week's top stories in fashion news. David Beckham is back for another project with H&M, but this time there are way more clothes involved. The former footballer (US translation: soccer player) has edited a collection of modern essentials due out in March that includes bomber jackets, denim, T-shirts, and a few other items. The launch will coincide with the release of another season's worth of Beckham's ongoing underwear and lounge wear line for the brand. (Complex) see more
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