Fashion

Uri Minkoff's LA Flagship Store Feels Like a Home Away From Home

Uri Minkoff is really, really, ridiculously busy right now. When we spoke to him over the phone on Thursday, he was in Los Angeles celebrating the opening of his eponymous brand's first flagship, which is right next door to his sister Rebecca Minkoff's new flagship. But it wasn't even the first major city he'd stopped in that week. "I flew to Vegas from New York for the womenswear summit they had there," Minkoff said. "I was there for nine hours. Flew back to New York. Four days later, now I've flown to out here to LA. I'll fly to Florida see more
Fashion

A Young Man's Guide to Building a Professional Wardrobe

There was a time not all that long ago when going into an office universally meant putting on a coat and tie. But in 2015, showing up to your morning staff meeting in a sweatshirt and a pair of distressed jeans is so widely accepted that corporate dress codes often become the object of Internet scorn. The rise of creative industries (and the hyper casual way their employees tend to dress) hasn't completely erased the need for a traditionally buttoned-up style in some offices. If anything, the less common practice of suiting up to go to work has given rise see more
Art

Artist Uses Food to Create Amazing Miniatures on Spoons

Most architects work with things that are large, like houses and offices and other things intended to be occupied by humans. I'm guessing Romanian architect Iona Vanc does this too, but she also creates intricate artworks using tiny pieces of food. Instead of being presented on a plate, spoons are made the canvas. Subjects range from fashion heroes like Karl Lagerfeld and Iris Apfel to tiny animals and safari landscapes. Vanc's fruity depiction of Kermit the Frog is not the most complicated one but it is still perfect: Kermit the #frog í ¿í°¿ made of #pear and #apple #in_a_spoon A see more
Wheels

Tesla Model S: "The Best Car Consumer Reports Has Ever Tested"

We've already covered the massive impact the Tesla Model S has had on the car industry, but even we didn't think it was capable of essentially breaking Consumer Reports' grading system. And yet, when the final scores were tallied, the Tesla scorching P85D—0-60 mph in under four seconds, a 30-minute charge time, and 208-plus miles of electric range—scored 103 out of a possible 100. It was the first time a product ever scored that high, qualifies the P85D as "the best car Consumer Reports has ever tested" according to CR's auto test director, and was enough to make CR actually Consumer Reports Has Ever Tested"">see more
Women

Girls on Girls: Lake Bell on Her 5 Favorite Women

From comedies like Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (on Netflix now), to dramas No Escape (which opens this weekend) to In a World..., (which she wrote, directed and starred in), Lake Bell has shown uncommon range for an actress Hollywood might have easily dismissed as just another pretty face. Here, she discusses the five women who inspire her in work, and in life. see more
Music

The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness Is Here

Beauty Behind The Madness, The Weeknd's second studio album is out today, two years after the release of first album Kiss Land. With collaborations from Kanye West who produced "Tell Your Friends," Lana Del Rey featured on "Prisoner," and Ed Sheeran's assist on "Dark Times," the 14-track album includes chart-topping single "Can't Feel My Face" and "Earned It" from the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. See him live starting November 3 on his tour "The Madness," with Travi$ Scott and Banks. see more

5 Exercises to Get a Rock-Hard Butt

There are glory muscles and there are real muscles. Biceps? Glory muscles. Quads? Real muscles. Pecs? Glory muscles. Your entire core? Real muscles. Glory muscles get the attention, but real muscles do all the work. So, what happens when you sit in a chair at work all day, then go to gym and work on your glory muscles while ignoring anything that doesn't immediately show up once you throw on a tank top or go shirtless at the beach? You overdevelop some muscles (and a lot of the time, very useless ones), create imbalances in your body, and become see more
Music

Details Songbook: 12 Tracks We're Listening to Right Now

Each week the Details staff will share the music we're listening to right now, from brand new hits to old, obscure gems. So check out our selections below, and be sure to subscribe to our Details Best Playlist to treat your ears to a party in the week to come. see more

Justin Bieber Is Mostly Absent From His Latest Music Video, and That's a Good Thing

Justin Bieber has been teasing his social media following for a month with images of other celebrities holding up pieces of paper asking "What Do U Mean?" And now we know what he meant. The music video for Bieber's latest single, which also stars pro-skateboarder Ryan Sheckler, is entirely black and white, and takes pains to spell out every lyric in the song. Those lyrics (and the somber, colorless, babe-free ecosystem they exist in) are a big departure from Bieber's other music videos, and they suggest he might be starting to grow up. What young man hasn't experienced the see more
Movies + TV

Saying Goodbye to Hannibal, the Most Hauntingly Beautiful Show on TV

If I had to describe NBC's Hannibal in a word, it would be "sumptuous". Or lavish, extravagant, resplendent: the point is that it's been appointed with impeccable style and taste. It's shot as if it were a glossy magazine spread. Its wardrobe looks hand-plucked from Pitti runways. Its rooms are furnished as if for a Shah. Even the food on its tables looks world-class—the budget for culinary props no doubt reaching up into the thousands every episode. And now that, in its third season, the discerning Dr. Lecter has absconded to the old-world splendor of Florence, Hannibal has managed to see more
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