Gillian Jacobs on Girls, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, and the One Pick-Up Line She Wishes You'd Use

DETAILS: You're from Pittsburgh. What's the most Pittsburgh thing about you? Gillian Jacobs: Probably my lingering accent: I realize that you're not supposed to pronounce the "L" in words like calm or palm. And I also recently realized that I say the word "our" like a real Pittsburgher—I say "are" instead of "our." Other people have informed me that I'm saying things incorrectly. see more

The 6 Most Stylish Guys on Forbes' Billionaires List

Money can't buy style, but it can buy you really, really good clothes. That certainly hasn't been lost on any of the people who made Forbes magazine's annual list of the richest people in the world, which was updated and launched upon the Internet Monday morning. see more

Jared Leto Cut His Hair, Internet Mourns

I miss my beard already. A photo posted by JARED LETO (@jaredleto) on Mar 2, 2015 at 11:34am PST Last week, Jared Leto looked like this. Bushy beard, long, flowing ombré locks. Those days, dear friends, are over. Just an hour ago, Leto unveiled the chilling image above on Instagram, revealing that both hair and beard are gone, thanks to his role as the Joker in the upcoming film Suicide Squad. Everyone take a moment (or two) to mourn the loss of Leto's exemplary tonsorial gifts, for now they are gone. At least he doesn't have a rat tail. see more

Shoe of the Day: Adidas Primeknit Stan Smith

The Stan Smith is hot right now. Currently half the Details staff is wearing them (and I'm only kinda joking). And yet that doesn't mean that there aren't ways to tinker with the popular style to make it more interesting. For example, you can head over to sneakerhead Nirvana Kith, to check out their latest release, the Adidas Primeknit, which is the shape of your classic SS but rendered in a super-lightweight woven thread. This style comes in white with black accent at the heel and an off-white sole. It's $150 and, damn, it's beautiful. see more

Alabama Shakes Reveal Two New Tracks on SNL

Alabama Shakes gave an otherwise sleepy episode of Saturday Night Live a much-need jolt, performing "Don't Wanna Fight" and "Gimme All Your Love" from their upcoming sophomore album, Sound & Color (ATO Records, April 21). Lead singer Brittany Howard wore Prince earrings while displaying her own brand of weapons-grade funkiness, a voice that's equal parts James Brown and southern tent revival. What did you think of the performance? see more

6 New Fragrances With Serious Fashion Cred

Indie fragrances get major hype, with their esoteric notes (eau de cannon powder, anyone?) and "wildcrafted" botanicals. But don't discount the expertise of the big brands (they tend to hire the best perfumers around). Here, six scents from names you know. see more

Let's Talk About Shia LaBeouf's Rat Tail

Shia LaBeouf has a rat tail now pic.twitter.com/9dytJ3Q899— Actor Trivia (@ActorTrivia) March 2, 2015 For someone who's declared on multiple occasions that he's not famous anymore, Shia LaBeouf sure is getting a lot of attention. Of course, it'd be hard for him not to, given that he has a rat tail. see more

How To Look as Sharp as Michael Keaton

At last week's Oscar ceremonies, it was tough not to notice Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role nominee Michael Keaton. He wasn't the youngest nominee in his category. Or even the most stylish (sorry, this writer's vote goes to Redmayne and his navy McQueen tux). But, Keaton did possess a cool, yet charming confidence on the red carpet that arguably only comes with age, experience, and knowing what works on him. And you can credit part of Keaton's know-how to Diana Schmidtke, his groomer for the event (and Details contributor). She's built a career out of making see more

Dakota Johnson Perfectly Impersonated That One Annoying Girl at Your Office

Working title for Dakota Johnson's next film: Fifty Shades of Literally, I Can't. Okay, not really—but maybe it should be, after what was arguably one of the most successful skits for the ingenue during her stint hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend. Costarring Cecily Strong, Bobby Moynihan, and Aidy Bryant, the sketch skewers the comically exaggerated speech patterns of a few young office interns who literally don't understand the meaning of the word literally . . . except for Bryant's Margot, that is, whose two broken arms mean she literally can't shut the window next to her desk: "Oh see more

Dirty Shoes or Art? You Decide.

Converse has had a long history of collaborating with famous artists, but the shoe brand's latest campaign includes both well-known names and a handful of people you might not have heard of. see more
Subscribe to Details
Newsletter Sign Up
  • Get the latest in men's style, grooming, diet, fitness and pop-culture trends every Wednesday. See Sample
  • Get the most popular articles, blog posts, and slideshows of the past week every Saturday. See Sample
I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its User Agreement, and Privacy Policy.
Powered By ZergNet
Subscribe to Details