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Jeremy Renner and Steve McQueen: Separated at Birth?

Jeremy Renner's got chops, folks, as his turns in Dahmer and, famously, The Hurt Locker prove. Considering that it was only a few years back when he was slugging it out in guest spots on Angel and CSI, who could blame him for getting ambitious while the going's good with a slate of big-ticket projects like The Avengers and new installments of the Bourne and Mission Impossible franchises? But now we hear that the 40-year-old Cali native has plans to play that icon of craggy '60s cool, Steve McQueen — a mountain no other has dared climb.The always credible Hollywood see more

How to Get Your Lost Tech Back—Fast

StuffBak, a Web-based recovery service, specializes in stickers that are printed with an owner ID, the company's contact info, and the promise of a reward. Adhere them to valuables, and if someone finds your gadget and then contacts StuffBak, it handles the return process and gives the Good Samaritan $20 worth of StuffBak labels—so you get your gear and preserve your privacy. Labels, $20 for a set of six; Also on A Shopper's Guide to 2011 Tech Releases The Perfect Hybrid Cameras Killer Apps for Non-iPhone Users Shoot Your Home Movies in 3-D see more

Designer's Eye: Why Color Matters

Joe Doucet, designer for BMW, Armani, and Disney, offers a quick course on the importance of color. If you could look through the eyes of one of the word's best designers, you'd be able to curate your home, your office, your wardrobe—your entire world—in a way that reflects your unique sensibility with greater precision. Joe Doucet, designer of furniture, architecture, consumer electronics, jewelry, fashion, and technology for Moët & Chandon, BMW, Missoni, Playboy, Armani, Disney, and many others, is giving you exactly that chance with his twice-monthly guest blogs here on Get ready to learn how to communicate see more

Summer Hit-Makers: Music Producer Red One Suggests Gaga's "Judas"

To prep your playlist for the summer season, Details turned to the producers responsible for some of the catchiest singles in recent memory to find out the songs they'll have you hooked on next. Today it's RedOne.Producer: RedOne Backstory: The 38-year-old Morocco native Nadir Khayat struggled in Stockholm and New York City for more than a decade before exploding with Lady Gaga's " "Poker Face," and other tracks from The Fame. His other collaborators include Usher, Jennifer Lopez, and Swedish-Congolese R&B star Mohombi, the first artist he signed to his fledgling 2101 Records. Signature Sound: Soaring vocals, cathedral synths, and see more

The Best: Bass Weejuns' Perfect 75th Anniversary Penny Loafer Collection

Loafers — the footwear beloved by grandpas and fixie-bike-riding hipsters alike — have experienced a bit of a renaissance on the feet of stylishly dressed men in recent years. No longer the sole purview of the Young Republican National Federation and Michael Jackson (may he rest in peace), the simple, elegant shoe has returned to the feet of edgy gentlemen, becoming — dare we say it — cool. Perfect timing, then, for G.H. Bass & Co. to release the 75th Anniversary Collection of its Bass Weejun shoe, the model that pretty much defined the word loafer. Capitalizing on their see more

Video: Our Beloved Lykke Li Gets Fall-Down Drunk

Details' Future Wife No. 102 and recent magazine-profile subject Lykke Li is not having a good evening. In the just-released video for the new single off her Wounded Rhymes album, "Sadness Is a Blessing", the Scandinavian coquette is in the middle of a sad, sad dinner with lover (or father?) and fellow Swede Stellan Skarsgård when she decides to down five or so shots of Kanon Vodka (nice product placement, btw). Given that Lykke probably weighs no more than a buck-twenty soaking wet, predictable drunken escapades ensue—in this case an interpretive dance set to the Phil-Spector-ish single. Naturally, the see more

Essential Style: Billy Reid Teams Up With J. Crew

Click above for an extended slideshow of the collection.We could live out our days dressed in Billy Reid alone and never once regret it. The southern charm of Reid's workwear, American takes on formal dressing, and shoes (oh, friends, the shoes) are all a man needs to get by. If, however, you're trying to save a little scratch in this unsettled economy, then the good people of J. Crew have an elegant solution for you — Reid's just-released CFDA capsule collection with the redoubtable nationwide brand. Part of Reid's prize for taking home the this year's CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award, see more

Giuseppe Santamaria of Men in This Town on an Ultra-Preppy Trend He Can Get Behind

While on the streets of Sydney and New York City, I keep seeing embroidered trousers—featuring not just teeny logos like Ralph Lauren, but full-on patterns. Some are fit for J. Crew, but others are quirkier: mini-golfers, dinosaurs, and eyeglasses. Besides getting strangers to stare at your crotch, it's a great way add some personality to your chinos.Giuseppe catalogs guys on the street all over the world. To view what else he's seeing, go to Men in This Town.Also on Swagger 360: Behind the Look of the Well-Pressed Gentleman Rules of Style From Tommy Hilfiger The Khakis You Can't Live see more

The Best: Evil Kitchen Knives By Sagaform

Kitchen Knife set by Transformer for Sagaform, 269 kronor at were very proud to offer you a collection of nine kitchen knives that can turn your underpowered cooking arsenal into a battery of fine blades in this month's Details. We didn't, however, point you to the knife set that Darth Vader would use if he happened to be carving up a Thanksgiving turkey for his troops. This bread- and chef's-knife set by Peter Pinzke and Johan Bergström of Transformer design for the Swedish kitchen catalog Sagaform are not only crafted of nonstick-treated steel and a deal at 269 see more

Summer Essential: A.P.C.'s Sunny Spring 2011 Lookbook

Click above to see an extended slideshow of A.P.C.'s new collection.If there's any clothing line consistently better than Jean Touitou's French minimalist love letter to Americana, A.P.C., we haven't found it yet. Sure, A.P.C. isn't blowing our minds like Thom Browne has in past seasons or whipping up genre-pushing menswear like Robert Geller. But if you have the waist and the cash to delve into the A.P.C. catalog, there's probably no label that has been so regularly and effortlessly cool over the past decade or so. To see the crisp fabrics, light blues, and rich reds Touitou and Co. see more
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