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Q&A: Photographer Todd Selby is "Voyeuristic," "Nosy," and "Curious"—and That's a Good Thing

On the heels of his recent book The Fashionable Selby, which takes readers behind the scenes of design houses big and small, photographer Todd Selby released a video that explores the world of cult Japanese leather studio Blackmeans. The only thing more interesting than the people he profiles is his approach to each house call or studio visit. Read on to learn more about the man and the way he selects his subjects. Mr. Selby, your website The Selby gives an inside look on how creative people of all kinds live. How much of a voyeur is in every see more
Street Style

Street Style: Brown Leather Boots and a Black Moto Jacket on Stylist James Jean

Today's look was spotted on wardrobe stylist James Jean, who was apartment hunting in Nolita. see more
Fashion

Extremely Smooth Criminals: The Most Stylish Mugshots From the 1920s

We won't sit here and bemoan the death of formal culture, but it's hard not to miss a bygone era when even common criminals looked this good. see more
Food + Drinks

Ask the Wine Wise Guy: Aren't Screw Caps Used Only on Inferior Wines?

Wine expert Anthony Giglio is constantly fielding questions about the great grape from amateur drinkers and pro collectors alike. Now you can ask him yours: Tweet it to him at @WineWiseGuy and check back every Tuesday afternoon for the answer. see more
Shopping

Would You Shop for Clothes From a Music Video?

Just a little over a month after Nowness released a beautiful shoppable video of dancers leaping into and out of designer clothing, the ecommerce site SSENSE, which ran its first shoppable music video last year, has announced that it will continue the series. Tomorrow, the Montreal-based site will debut a music video for Sky Ferreira's single "I Blame Myself" that SSENSE CEO Rami Atallah hopes will "push the boundaries of the e-commerce experience." see more
Health

Your Toothbrush Is a Fecal-Matter Magnet and the Truth Behind 4 Other Common Germ Myths

It's hard not to be a germophobe. After all, we live in a germ-infested world. However, misinformation tends to spread faster than nasopharyngitis (a.k.a. the common cold), so we rounded up some of the most prevalent strains of viral wisdom to sort out the old wive's tales from the actual facts. see more
Street Style

Street Style: Best Brown Blazers and Jackets

Sharp suits typically come in navy, black, and shades of grey, but lately we've been seeing a lot of super sharp-looking blazers and light-weight coats, which make us think that maybe it's time to give the underrated color a little more closet space. see more
Grooming

4 Ways to Spring Clean Your Beard (Seriously, It's Time)

If spring is when you're supposed to change up your skin-care routine, it only follows that it's the time to rethink your relationship with your beard, too. So we checked in with London-based barber Matt Raine (he recently partnered with Birchbox to bring his grooming line Mr. Natty to the U.S.) on how to help your facial follicles thrive in the warm-up to summer. Whether your look is close and cropped or lush and feral, we've got timely tips on how to keep those whiskers in check. see more
Shopping

Margiela and Mykita's New Sunglasses Collaboration is a Match Made in Creative Eyewear Heaven

Getting a pair of sunglasses from Mykita's collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela might be the best way to make sure you don't end up wearing the same shades everyone else does this summer. German eyewear brand Mykita worked with the avant garde French fashion house to produce two collections that look nothing like your standard pair of sunnies. The Essential line includes a selection of metal frames with reflective lenses, while the Dual line fuses two colors of acetate together to create a frame-on-frame effect. see more
Fashion

Rules of Style: Turnbull & Asser's Dean Gomilsek-Cole on How to Get a Perfect-Fit Shirt (and What Common Mistake to Avoid)

Turnbull & Asser has been creating legendary menswear for nearly 130 years, but it only introduced its own slim-fit shirt less than three months ago. That's due in large part to two things: customer demand (the men who order shirts from the company's bespoke service tend to prefer a slimmer silhouette), and to T&A's relatively new creative director Dean Gomilsek-Cole, who was happy to share some of his knowledge with us. see more
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