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Watch: The Men of Details Do the Ice Bucket Challenge

Let us apologize if this headline is misleading. As far as we know, no one on the actual Details staff has been nominated for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge—and if they have, they're keeping mum. But scores of the celebrities, designers, and models we've featured in the magazine, (like David Beckham, Usain Bolt, Arthur Kulkov, and Thom Browne, to name just a few) have. So naturally we put all of their bone-chilling videos in one place for your convenience. You're welcome. see more
Food + Drinks

Fraud Prevention 101: What to Know Before You Spend $100K on Wine

So, just when you're ready to stockpile your custom-built bunker of a wine cellar, along comes Rudy Kurniawan to spoil the party. If Kurniawan's name isn't familiar to you, be happy. Be very, very happy. Earlier this month he was sentenced to 10 years in prison for swindling wealthy wine collectors by upwards of $20 million in fake French wines that he concocted—get this—in his home kitchen. What's got collectors and auction houses so jittery is that Kurniawan's fakes—he made around 1,600 bottles—have infiltrated the wine market and may be sold at auctions for decades to come, according to prosecutors. see more
Fashion

In Defense of the Man-y Pack

Can the fanny pack ever be cool? Maybe. see more
Sports

The Craziest On-Court Meltdowns in the History of Tennis

For some reason, tennis has had a hard time shaking its stuffy reputation. You know, the country clubs, the pleated skirts. But we would be remiss to write the sport off as a bourgeois pastime reserved solely for bored suburban housewives. Consider the passionate displays exhibited by many of the best players—and by "passionate," we mean batshit crazy. With the US Open starting up next week, it's high time to revisit the tirades, tantrums, and racquet smashing hijinks that give the sport a little edge. see more
Health

Men, Bare Your Soles

There is too often an inverse relationship between the appearance of men's bodies and their feet. The more work dedicated to toning beautiful arms, abs, and glutes, the more damage—think blisters, calluses, ingrown toenails, and fungal infections—suffered by the feet. see more
Design

Hot New Homes: Super-Narrow Houses

There are a few things in life that just shouldn't be slim—wallets, for one. But floorplans? For these chic pads, we'll make an exception. You wish you lived here. Location: Chelsea townhouse in Manhattan, New York Price: $9,985,000 Size: 6,624 square feet Key selling points: This renovated pre-war townhouse makes up for what it lacks in width with six stories of high-ceilinged suites, hardwood floors, and over-sized windows that let in natural light from both the north and south. Listing: Urban Compass see more
Sports

The Most Cringeworthy Moments in Sports History

It's funny how sometimes the most painful things to watch end up being the hardest to ever stop watching. Mark Sanchez's infamous butt fumble has been viewed millions of times. ESPN's uncomfortable interview with Andrew Wiggins was turned into a mesmerizing Vine. And every time Birdman speaks, our eyes are drawn immediately to the television screen. see more
Books

The Power of the Fake ID

Brooklyn-based author Justin Taylor, the man behind the lauded collection of fiction, Everything Here Is the Best Thing Ever, shares a new unpublished story about getting a fake ID during his college days—and the havoc it wreaked. His new collection of stories, Flings, comes out this week. see more
Celebrity

The Porniest Ice Bucket Challenge Award Goes To...

In case you've been living under a rock for the past week, the newest social media movement currently trending involves dousing yourself in a bucket of freezing cold ice water in support of the ALS Association, known as the #IceBucketChallenge. Hockey player Sean Avery took it to the next level. see more
Style News

Left Shoe Company Opens NYC Pop-up Shop With 3-D Scanning

Got two left feet? Not a problem if you're custom scanning them for made-to-measure shoes. Starting today, the Los Angeles-based Left Shoe Company is offering its 3-D-scanning services for three days at a pop-up store at 601 W. 26th Street, Suite 1750, in New York City. see more
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