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Celebrity Style Watch: See the Oscars Red Carpet Live on Details.com

Multitaskers take note: We're hosting a live feed of the Oscars red carpet right here on Details.com this Sunday (March 2) at 5:30 pm EST. Bookmark this page and come back to see what the Hollywood stars are wearing—while you watch the show on TV and Tweet about the best and worst looks, natch. Date: Sunday, March 2, 2014 Time: 5:30 - 7:30 pm EST In the meantime, check out the The Best-Dressed Men of the Oscars and our interviews with some of Hollywood's biggest Oscar-nominated actors and directors. see more
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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Mila Kunis, Late-Night Host Style, Non-Dairy Alternatives, Style Tips from Osklen & the Real Effects of Energy Drinks

Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most. see more
Health

We Want It: Nike Tech Hyperfuse Windrunner

Nike designers understand the importance of sharing: The mix of heat and pressure that melds the materials of the Tech Hyperfuse Windrunner ($180; nike.com) was first used to create a basketball sneaker durable enough to hold up on blacktops. The fusion technology also enables more precise construction with fewer, lighter seams. The result? A paper-thin, breathable, weather-resistant jacket made for unpredictable springtime runs. see more
Style News

This Week in Fashion: The Dawn of #Normcore, Ovadia Brothers Leave J. Press, Kanye Compares Himself to Michelangelo

The week's top stories in fashion news. Heritage collaboration fatigue got you down? Here's some actual news on that front: 112-year-old heritage prep brand J. Press is parting ways with Ariel and Shimon Ovadia, who it tapped to design its York Street line just four seasons ago. Though the Ovadia brothers say they're "sad to see it go" and CEO Yuki Okita added that they "couldn't have asked for better partners," the brand has decided to focus on consolidating its in-house team after its recent rapid expansion—which, of course, they have the Ovadias to thank for. (WWD) see more
Street Style

Street Style: Great Coats from Milan

Milan Fashion Week for womenswear may be all wrapped up, but we stuck around to snap some of the most stylish examples of Italian outerwear being worn on the street. see more
Health

Rough Riders: Introducing Gravel Grinding

A former collegiate cyclist, Dan Ingolia, 32, grew up riding paved roads in Pennsylvania. But after the sales executive moved to Chicago, he spent a lot of time off two wheels. "I had to drive 20 minutes to get to roads that are safe to ride," he says. Then he discovered gravel grinding: trekking across miles of rutted, dusty gravel back roads—pedaling that requires serious core and upper-body strength. "It allows me to get off the grid, be self-sufficient, and test myself," Ingolia says. Now he does two or three 45-minute workouts midweek and three-hour tours on weekends—all on gravel, see more
Fashion

What's On Your Wrist: Michael Bastian

Whether it's flashy or unassuming, you can tell a lot from a man's watch. Here, we bring you a glimpse of horological inspiration from a top tastemaker. In this edition: Designer Michael Bastian and his all-occasion watch. see more
Health

Health Myth: Is Cracking Your Knuckles Really Bad for You?

The question: I absentmindedly crack my knuckles all the time—could I actually be doing damage? The expert: Pedro K. Beredjiklian, M.D., chief of hand surgery at The Rothman Institute The answer: Probably not. And thank goodness, because were you really going to stop if the answer was "yes?" But before we explain why, here's a quick anatomy refresher: Your hands contain lots of joints, points at which two (or more) bones meet. Ligaments connect the bones to each other, and a capsule that's filled with synovial fluid (your body's natural lube) surrounds the whole joint, Beredjiklian explains. What you see more
Street Style

Street Style: Camel Cavalli Scarf and Black Dr. Martens

Today's look was spotted on Matteo Andreca, who works for Cavalli. see more
Design

Objects of Desire: The Kitchen Countertop

Even if you don't cook, these 17 objects for your kitchen countertop are so delectable they'll make your mouth water. see more
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