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Interior Designer Ryan Korban is Making Over Manhattan—One Ultra Luxurious Home and Store at a Time

Self-taught 28-year-old interior designer Ryan Korban counts numerous fashion icons and photographers (like Helmut Newton and Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, to name just a few) among his chief design inspiration, so it comes as no surprise that the man who's added a tasteful touch of luxe to the homes of clients like James Franco, Alexander Wang, and model Natasha Poly, would try his hand at a few clothing stores, too. Step into his perfectly polished world in New York at Balenciaga's Soho flagship, Alexander Wang's downtown store, Diesel's Black Gold store in lower Manhattan, and the Fivestory boutique see more

Would Investing More in Your Wardrobe Help Prevent Another Garment-Factory Tragedy?

It's been exactly one year since the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Dakha, Bangladesh, that killed over 1,100 people and injured 2,500 more. And while the response to the disaster has come mostly from government bodies, retailers, and workers'-rights groups, we're wondering why consumers aren't more concerned about purchasing clothes from the brands that manufacture there. see more

6 Common Foods You Can Actually O.D. On

Overeating is one thing, but when it comes to these six foods, you can actually overdose. see more

What's On Your Wrist: PROJECT President Tommy Fazio's Classic Military Watch

If anyone knows about scheduling, it's Tommy Fazio, who's president of the New York menswear trade show known as PROJECT. In this edition of What's On Your Wrist, Fazio explains how the Timex watch he got from his niece keeps up with his calendar—and his style. see more

Would You Spend $25,000 to Get Naked for Fashion Photographer Steven Klein?

If you have $25,000 and you're able to get to New York next week, then you could buy the once-in-a-life opportunity to be photographed au naturel by legendary photographer Steven Klein. see more
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Street Style: Denim Jackets, 5 Ways

Worn in white, black, with a cozy shearling collar, or layered under another piece of outerwear, denim jackets of any color remain one of the most versatile items in a man's closet. see more

New Ways to Nab Hard-to-Find Mid-Century Modern Classics

eBay, 1stdibs, and the rise of online auction catalogs have given birth to a growing league of collectors who know how to spot the good stuff, making it nearly impossible for the rest of us to snap up limited-edition, original decor. see more

Just Say No to Dull Suits: We've Identified Fashion-Forward Alternatives (Video)

We know it took you years to find a brand of suits you love. And while it may seem like almost everything they carry was made for you, and you've built up a relationship with them after all these years, you need to stray every once and a while or else you'll never get to know what it feels like to wear a truly beautiful suit from a more progressive designer. In this case, what your regular suit maker doesn't know won't hurt him. In the next episode in our what-to-wear-now series, "The New Classics," fashion director Matthew Marden see more

The Splurge: Billy Reid's Brand-New, Fully Loaded Truck

In our new column The Splurge, we ask tastemakers to tell us about the best new products and services they've spent their hard-earned money on. Billy Reid is on top of the world right now—not just because his spring 2014 collection marks the first time his clothing has been sold at Saks Fifth Avenue, but also because he just got a brand-new car. Read on to find out what he's driving around his adopted hometown of Florence, Alabama. see more

Health Myth: Are Brown Eggs Really Healthier Than White Eggs?

The question: Do brown eggs pack more nutrients than their white counterparts? The expert: Nutritionist Alexandra Caspero, R.D., owner of the weight-management and sports-nutrition service Delicious Knowledge The verdict: As far as foods—pasta, flour, bread, you know the drill—go, brown is typically healthier than white. But open your egg carton and that nutrition rule flies straight out of the fridge. Brown eggs and white eggs are, nutritionally at least, exactly same: about 70 calories, 6 grams of protein, and a generous helping of B vitamins. So why the different hues? see more
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