The day's top five stories in fashion news.
⋅ Since dressing Michelle Obama for the most recent inauguration, Thom Browne, known in the fashion world for his short and skinny suits, is becoming something of a household name. Read his fascinating profile in the Times. (New York Times)
⋅ If you weren't out partying for fashion week, you were probably at home watching the Grammys. It was a great evening for men's style;Tom Ford may have been the unofficial sponsor. He dressed a handful of artists, including Justin Timberlake, who looked dapper both on- and off-stage. (Complex)
⋅ Fashion week isn't all about the ladies; men's designers are seriously representing—and hey, they might even give us our own fashion week soon. (Remember Steven Kolb talking about that last week?) We're already craving that adorable dachshund sweater from Timo Weiland's new collection. (Reuters)
⋅ The #menswear blogosphere has been all aTwitter with the York Street collaboration between heritage brand J. Press and men-of-the-moment, Ovadia & Sons. Good news: the first York Street store is now officially open for business on Mercer Street. If you can't make it to New York, the entire collection is also available online. (Get Kempt)
⋅ Philanthropic eyewear company, Warby Parker, has created some fancy new styles in their Hayworth Collection, inspired by Los Angeles 40s noir: acetate frames, Japanese titanium temples, and a killer price point, to boot. What's more, for every frame purchased, one is donated to people in need. (GQ)
—Todd Plummer. Follow him @toddkingston.