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Blue Cocktails Are Back—and Now They're Ironic

After years of worshiping brown spirits and classic drinks, booze fans at this year's Tales of the Cocktail convention in New Orleans turned the spotlight on a new color: blue. In particular, the sometimes-neon liqueur blue curaçao—often reviled as the antithesis of all things vintage and authentic—is back. see more
Travel

What to Do in August: 20 Events Around the World

With but one month of summer left, why not put those vacation days to good use and take advantage of the best events the world has to offer? see more
Fashion

Just Stop: Wearing Multiple Rope/Thread Friendship Bracelets

In this series, Details market director Matthew Marden identifies egregious trends in men's fashion. This week, he's got a beef with your man jewelry. see more
Fashion

A Stylish Man Bag Fit for Overnight Trysts

Inspired by his signature sneaker of the same name, Alejandro Ingelmo's Tron Weekender is the ultimate getaway bag. It's the perfect size for a two-day trip, with four exterior and two interior pockets that keep all your wares organized and easily accessible. The "Tron" paneling and calf leather make this a statement bag that will be the envy of your travel companions. see more
Movies + TV

Food Fight! "Killer Joe" + Our Timeline of Food-as-a-Weapon Movie Scenes

In the wild black comedy Killer Joe, Matthew McConaughey stars as a hit man hired to knock off the matriarch of a trailer-trash-tastic Texas clan (for a life-insurance payout, natch). It's a slickly sadistic yet disarming performance. But the thing that makes it unforgettable (and that likely sealed its fate as an NC-17-rated pic) is an indelible, deeply disturbing, fried-chicken scene. Indeed, it is arguably the most disturbing instance of food being used to inflict harm ever captured on celluloid—but it isn't the first. Here are 10 more. see more
Q&A

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders on His HBO Doc, "About Face: Supermodels Then and Now"

Like everything else today, it started with Facebook. The award-winning photographer and documentarian Timothy Greenfield-Sanders stopped by hairstylist Harry King's Facebook party for his supermodel friends, many of whom had booked countless magazine covers in the seventies and eighties. By the end of the night, he was convinced he'd hit on something special. "I knew there was a photograph here," Greenfield-Sanders says, "but when I started to talk to the women more, it was so clear that it was a film as well." see more
Fashion

11 Items We Love From the Capsule and MAN Tradeshows

This week, buyers and other menswear-industry regulars hit up the Capsule and MAN trade shows in New York City. Below, some of the most stylish offerings we saw for spring 2013. see more
Health

Is Working Out in the Heat Bad for You?

Sad news for folks (like me) who, at the end of a sweltering day, opt for the bar instead of a run, dismissing exercise in hot weather as downright dangerous. see more
Movies + TV

Culture Quiz: Surprising Emmy Awards Trivia

The Emmy nominations came out last week…and your name wasn't among them. (Our condolences to Mad Men's Jessica Paré, pictured above.) But so what if you won't win a little golden girl of your own? You can always astound and amaze with your knowledge of Emmys history, right? see more
Q&A

Actor Paul Dano Talks Ruby Sparks

In theaters today, the critical darling Ruby Sparks stars Paul Dano (Little Miss Sunshine, There Will Be Blood) and his real-life girlfriend, the actress Zoe Kazan (above), who also wrote the screenplay. Dano plays Calvin Weir-Fields, a young novelist struggling to top his genius debut. Craving female companionship, he begins to write about his dream girl (Ruby Sparks)—who then mysteriously comes to life. see more
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