Rules of Style: Canali's Elisabetta Canali

Along with two brothers, a sister, and three cousins, Canali communications director Elisabetta Canali is a third-generation member of the family-run menswear brand, which her grandfather established in 1934. She pursued a law degree before returning home to pick up where her father left off, devoting her early mornings, late nights, and family weekends to the company, as well as to her customer, a man she describes as "a connoisseur who appreciates the finer things in life; he doesn't spend his money unnecessarily but chooses to invest in quality, and he knows where to find it." Here, Canali shares see more

What Former LCD Soundsystem Frontman James Murphy is Watching, Reading, and Drinking Now

LCD Soundsystem may be no more, but former frontman James Murphy, 43, is as busy as ever: He's DJ'ed, designed an actual sound system for McIntosh Laboratory, and made a short film with Ron Howard—all while overseeing DFA Records (home to bands like the Rapture and Holy Ghost!). This month, you can hear his handiwork on Arcade Fire's new album, which he produced, and on Broadway, where he scored the revival of Harold Pinter's Betrayal, starring Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz. Here, we ask the eclectic impresario where his own tastes lie. see more

Five Great Cameras (That Make Phone Calls, Too)

Forget size and screen resolution—what really distinguishes the best smartphones are the photo features that make them pro-quality shooters. 1. For Outdoorsmen: Sony Xperia Z This phone's waterproof glass fiber case lets you shoot in the rain and up to three feet of water. Plus, it's the only camera phone that takes video in HDR mode for those hard-to-capture campfire scenes. Starting at $100 (with contract); see more
Style News

This Week From the Details Network: The Ultimate Leather Varsity Jacket, Todd Snyder's Gym-to-Date-Night Sweatshirt, and More

The week's top stories from the Details Network contributors. If you like to think of yourself as a batter approaching the plate every time you open your closet, you'll appreciate this sartorial home run: a leather-sleeved varsity jacket with a quilted lining and double-welt pockets from Billionaire Boys Club. (Cult Edge) see more

Model in the Spotlight: Arthur Gosse

In our ongoing series, Model in the Spotlight, we get up close and personal with the world's leading male models. Arthur Gosse might be a man of few words (blame it on the language barrier, the man is from France), but he certainly has that French je ne sais quoi down pat. And he's come a long way fast; his very first modeling gig was just last year, a Prada exclusive campaign no less. DETAILS caught up with Gosse to talk about jumping off of roofs, custom underwear, and why he never needs to workout at the gym. see more

Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Don Jon, Online Porn Through Feminist Eyes, and Scarlett Johansson as Jersey Girl

Ever since he broke out as a child star on TV's 3rd Rock From the Sun, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has gone nowhere but up (see a timeline of his career). After making a successful leap to the big screen, the 32-year-old shifted from cult fare like Brick and Mysterious Skin to leading-man roles in mainstream favorites like Looper and (500) Days of Summer. Proving he's got talent and vision behind the camera too, Gordon-Levitt launched his collaborative production company hitRECord (which will debut its own variety show on Pivot in January), and now he's enjoying serious kudos for Don Jon—his see more
Food + Drinks

Rewriting the Cocktail Rule Book: London's White Lyan Bar's Pre-Batched Bottle Service

It's what's noticeably absent—ice, juices, jiggers, shakers, and rows of liquor bottles—at White Lyan, a new bar opening in London tonight, that's about to turn the heads of cocktail connoisseurs everywhere. see more
Food + Drinks

The Power of Pink: How Rosé Won Over Male Drinkers and Became a Year-Round Wine

Once upon a time rosés were a wimp's drinks—the stuff your dad pushed aside for "real" wine. Today, practically every winemaking country on the planet produces a delicious rosé with variations that purposefully mimic—or depart from—the classic French style of yore. Thanks to this new versatility, rosés are no longer just summer sippers; they're on the table all year round, in boites from San Francisco to Syracuse. And they're crafted like red wines with red wine grapes—with all the grippy, puckery tannins to prove it—balanced by the refreshing crispness of a great white. see more
Style News

The Week in Fashion News: Jay-Z for Barneys, Isabel Marant's Menswear Debut, United Bamboo's Cat Calendar

The week's top stories in fashion news. If your web-browsing is 50% fashion-related and 50% cat-themed, then get ready to preorder United Bamboo's 2014 cat calendar, CheckMEOWT, on Tuesday, October 1st. There's no better way to schedule your days than with the inspiration of a few dapper felines wearing car coats and flannels. Unless, of course, you prefer dogs. (United Bamboo) see more
Street Style

La Repubblica Fashion Editor Simone Marchetti's Studded Leather Look

Today's look was spotted on Simone Marchetti, deputy editor of D, la Repubblica's weekly style magazine, on his way to the Tod's womens' show in Milan. see more
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