Style

Yes, You Can Wear Double-Breasted Jackets

If you tuned in to this week's Britney-themed episode of Glee, you might have noticed something rather refined standing out among the writhing cheerleaders and John Stamos appearances: Kurt's killer double-breasted jacket. Fitted, lightweight, chic—in short, everything the power suit you associate with Patrick Bateman is not. McKinley High's best dressed student wasn't the only figure to sport a modern six-button blazer on TV this week. Last night on Fallon, Justin Timberlake—who once upon a time might have sounded a lot like Kurt did when talking about Britney Spears—demonstrated the perfect way to dress the jacket down while promoting see more
Design

Over the Barrel: A Floor Plan With Flavor

Whiskey barrels often lead double lives, first as sherry casks, then as holding tanks during the spirit's aging process. After a few batches, they're spent. Rather than let that toasted oak go to waste, Scottish flooring company McKay flattens old barrels for use underfoot. $22 per square foot; mckayflooring.co.uk
Design

Well Hung: Rogan Gregory's Gorgeous Mobile

Most workplaces could use something sculptural, even uplifting. We suggest art—of the kinetic variety. Calder pioneered the genre in 1931, and by the fifties mobiles had become hip as home decor. Now they're in vogue again, as seen in Rogan Gregory's reclaimed-pine-and-bronze design. When it catches a whoosh of recirculated air, there's not a more inspiring distraction. From $2,000; rogannyc.com —Amy Prince
Fashion

Fashion's Most Eligible Bachelors—Including Details' Own Eugene Tong!

With so many men tying the knot, we wonder—has the day of the single dude passed? We think not, and neither do the ladies at Refinery29. They have created a list of 24 of the fashion industry's most eligible bachelors, including our very own senior style editor, Eugene Tong. The collection of marriageable gentlemen includes a range of the best-dressed designers, photographers, journalists, and publicists in the business—so even if you don't want a date with one of them, who better to emulate when it comes to spot-on style? Click through the slide show and you just may learn see more
Movies + TV

Watch Exclusive Clips from Get Him to the Greek

As we told you, Get Him to the Greek was a must-see comedy this past summer. In case you missed it in theaters, the DVD is available in stores today, and you can see two of the movie's funniest scenes here today. Among the DVD's many bonus features are music videos—you can watch "African Child" in all its glory as well as some of Alduous Snow's other hits like "I Am Jesus." Our favorite? Concert footage of Jason Segel performing his Forgetting Sarah Marshall opus "Dracula's Lament." Jack Black may not be as cute as Mila Kunis, but he still see more
Style News

Winners of the Details 2010 Fashion Blog Awards

The Details 2010 Fashion Blog Awards drew from an assembly of 20 of the web's most visually stunning and service-oriented men's fashion blogs. The esteemed group, chosen from thousands of their kind, were whittled down to 5 exemplary winners selected by Details.com readers. Below is our list of nominees from 2010—be sure to visit the site next year to vote for your favorites in each of the 5 categories, listed below. WINNER: Put This On Touted as a "A Web Series About Dressing Like a Grownup," Put This On features fashionable pieces that can be worn during work or see more
Movies + TV

Buried: A Cinematic Ruse That Works

The new thriller Buried opens in a coffin, where an American contractor played by Ryan Reynolds has been entombed by Iraqi terrorists with little more than a cell phone and a dying flashlight. For 97 minutes, this lone scene grips the audience, forcing viewers to hyperventilate along with a desperate man. It's gimmicky, but who knew a shallow grave could make you feel so alive? —D.W.
Music

What You Should Be Listening to Right Now

ALBUMS Deerhunter, Halcyon Digest [4AD] Interpol, Interpol [Matador] N*E*R*D, Nothing [Star Trek/Interscope] (Coming Soon) SONGS No Age, "Life Prowler" [Sub Pop] Fabolous, "Light's Out (I Don't See Nobody)" [Def Jam] Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. feat. D'Angelo, "Glass Mountain Trust" [Columbia] (Shown Above)
Movies + TV

The Missing Links: A Gorgeous New Monograph and Will Ferrell's Attempt to Make History

Herbal tea just keeps getting healthier. Help Will Ferrell break a world record. British Intelligence experimented with "man-ink." You know, to keep those letters secret... Joaquin reunites with Letterman: sans beard. Nerve.com presents the "Best of Craigslist: Library Sex." Richard Phibbs photographs the athleticism of man and beast. Jay-Z's new book, "Decoded," breaks down 36 of his songs. If you haven't found a Halloween costume, try winning one of these True Blood items. Smoked Salmon Vodka. Enough said.
Style News

Exclusive Sale: Creative Recreation Men on HauteLook

Details & HauteLook have teamed up to bring you fresh looks at affordable prices. Punch up your fall wardrobe with new sneakers from Creative Recreation Men, like the two pairs below (sale runs until this Friday, September 24) then visit HauteLook.com for additional closet staples that complement this season's colors and fabrics. $35 Milano Low-Top $39 Cesaro Hi-Top Also on sale: Gray tweed low-tops, black leather hi-tops, and snakeskin print shoes; all at up to 65% off! Sign up here, and check back soon for our next sale. Now that you can shop even more for men on HauteLook, see more
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