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The Week in Fashion: Obama and Justin Timberlake's #Menswear Moment, Coach's Fancy Baseball Gear, Alaïa's Opera Costumes

The week's top stories in fashion news. see more
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Foreign Correspondent: Savile Row Stylist Daniel Johnson on London Style Trends and Nightlife

Name, occupation: Daniel Johnson, personal stylist and bespoke shirtmaker Location: London How he got his start: Before moving to London to train as a tailor on Savile Row, I had pretty much every job under the sun: a ski and snowboard technician, interior decorator, graphic designer—I even dabbled in the legal business. None of it was for me. see more
Food + Drinks

How Fattening Is Your Cocktail? Calorie Counts of 20 Summer Drinks

The daiquiri, pictured above, as prepared at El Floridita tavern in Old Havana, Cuba. It is not especially fattening—unless you drink it out of that cup. It's misleading to watch fictional characters like Don Draper and James Bond blithely consume drink after drink with seemingly no effect on their enviable abdomens. The truth is that a cocktail can pack just as many calories as a doughnut. Still, not all tipples are equally bad for you—a few aren't much worse than, say, a piece of fruit (hint: Your best bet is straight booze on the rocks). Below, we calculated the see more

What's On Your Phone: Jimmy Kimmel Reveals His 8 Favorite Apps

When Jimmy Kimmel's not hosting a late-night talk show or collecting an honorary doctorate at the university he attended for just one year (and telling graduation ceremony guests "I worked harder on this speech than on all the homework that I had at UNLV") he's playing children's games and buying watermelon-shaped doormats on his phone. Here, his eight favorite apps that help him get it all done. 1. Scrabble "I don't play Words With Friends. I prefer the real thing. I do wish the people at Hasbro would add tournament mode though. Scrabble without challenges isn't really Scrabble." 2. Boggle see more

The Tattoo as Corporate Branding Tool

The black trailer blended in perfectly among the food trucks on Austin's East 6th Street, but instead of hawking kimchi tacos to the masses gathered for 2013's SXSW interactive, film, and music festivals, it was supplying free tattoos. The benefactor behind this handout? Reebok. Just sign a release, choose any image, and—oh, yeah—agree to have video of your session used to promote sneakers online. Forty-five people—from college students in matching sunglasses to bearded musicians—eagerly accepted. see more
Street Style

Street Style: Billy Reid Casual at the Odin Summer Shop

Melodie Jeng, the photographer behind the blog The NYC Streets, snaps men's street-style pics for The Daily Details blog. Check back every day to see new looks and vote in our weekly Like the Look? readers' poll. see more

Woman of the Moment: The East's Brit Marling

How You Know Her: In just a few short years Marling has quietly transformed herself from Sundance It Girl (Another Earth, Sound of My Voice) to big-screen actress starring alongside Hollywood heavy-hitters Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon in Arbitrage and Robert Redford and Julia Christie in The Company You Keep. see more

Meet the Venice Biennale's Youngest Director, Massimiliano Gioni

The youngest director in the 118-year history of the Venice Biennale, 39-year-old Massimiliano Gioni is determined to see that rebellion, not tradition, is served. As the top curator at New York City's red-hot New Museum since 2010, Gioni, who was raised Catholic near Milan, has perfected the art of what he likes to call "irreverent practices." see more
Street Style

Street Style: The Perfect Vintage Denim Jacket

Melodie Jeng, the photographer behind the blog The NYC Streets, snaps men's street-style pics for The Daily Details blog. Check back every day to see new looks and vote in our weekly Like the Look? readers' poll. see more

5 Low-Fat Foods That Are Making You Fat

You may know that so-called low-fat and fat-free diet foods are often packed with sugar, salt, and chemical-laden additives. But did you realize that your body digests these "healthy" alternatives in record time, leaving you hungry for more? That's only part of the problem, according to New York City dietitian Keri Glassman, the author of The New You and Improved Diet. Packaging, no matter how well-intentioned and honest, is another culprit: When people see low-fat on a label, they think they can eat more than they really should and end up chowing down on 28 percent more calories, according see more
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