Luke Evans Executes the Perfect Fall Outfit

We live in confusing times. And I'm not talking about political unrest, the global spread of life-threatening disease, or any of that stuff. I'm talking about the sartorial conundrum that autumn presents, naturally. see more
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6 Times Keanu Reeves Totally Nailed the One-Liner

Keanu Reeves' new movie John Wick opens this Friday, with the deep-voiced, monotone actor starring as a retired assassin who goes on a rampage. But as Reeves devotees know all too well, what's most exciting about the arrival of any new Reeves film is the possibility that it'll contain a classic Reeves one-liner. Reeves brings the same lovably blank gruffness to nearly every character he plays—from The Matrix's internet-age messiah Neo to Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure's mega-mellow Ted—but it's that simplicity that allows Reeves to sell some of his punchiest dialogue. He's like a walking, talking embodiment of "The see more

Don't Expect Activewear From J.Crew Any Time Soon

J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler is sticking with what he knows. In a recent interview, the Man Who Dresses America said his brand won't be joining the fray of companies that make athletic clothing. "Where we thought about being in was the active, professional kind of business, but we're not getting in because we don't have the expertise to do that," he said. "We're pretty satisfied with the breadth of our product, and now it's about correct expansion, correct design, and quality." (Business of Fashion) see more
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Why Are There So Many Cops on TV Right Now?

It's been a long time since Hill Street Blues, but it seems like network dramas are still obsessed with cops. Despite representing just a tiny slice of the American population police officers are the biggest profession on prime time television. And if you look at law enforcement in general, the total only goes higher. Meanwhile the most common job in America, retail worker, has only two representations (and one is the owner of a mystical pawn shop on Once Upon a Time). see more

Baseball's Most Gruesome Facial Hair, Ranked

You could call this World Series the Battle of the Beards. On both the San Francisco and the Kansas City squads, facial hair—sometimes wild and unruly, sometimes creatively pruned—is everywhere you look. see more

Watch Brad Pitt Endure the Grueling Awkwardness of "Between Two Ferns"

Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis: Brad Pitt from Zach Galifianakis There's no way for us to be sure of where you are, dear readers, but we can tell you that our morning in New York City has been dark, damp, cold, and mostly pretty gross. So it was a delight when we got to our desks to find that our November cover star Brad Pitt had endured the awkward questions comedian Zack Galifianakis doles out on his talk show, Between Two Ferns. see more

Victor Cruz Lands a Pretty Cool Modeling Gig

That Victor Cruz really, really loves clothes and personal style should come as no surprise to people who follow football, the front rows at Fashion Week, or both. So the news that the New York Giants wide receiver has landed a side gig as the model for one of the coolest collaborations we've heard about in a while shouldn't come as that much of a shock. see more

David Lynch: "Mankind Was Not Made to Suffer. Bliss Is Our Nature."

Mr. Lynch, did you learn Transcendental Meditation because you had an anger problem? No. I noticed I did have an anger. Many people have anger, and I was one of them. People direct anger at certain people they can get away with—I would take it out on my first wife. What happened was, I started meditating and two weeks later she came to me and said, "What's going on?" I said, "What do you mean?" And she said, "Where is that anger?" She didn't see it anymore. A lot of times, when people start meditating, they don't see the change see more

Ermenegildo Zegna Searches the World for Style

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Surprise! Your Leftover Pasta Is Actually Good For You

Your parents knew that leftovers were economical. Your foodie friends know that leftovers sometimes taste better than they did the day before. But now there's yet another reason to love that day-old pasta living in your Tupperware: It may be less fattening than freshly made. see more
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