Style

The New Rules of T-Shirts (Video)

It's amazing how easily a simple T-shirt can go wrong—bad fit, poor materials, dumb graphics. We've advocated for changing up the way you wear a suit, but don't be that guy with the ridiculously deep V-neck tee under a nice blazer. How to wear a T-shirt right? Senior market editor Justin Berkowitz is here to explain the latest colors, cuts, and fabrics in our latest installment of "The New Classics." Get ready for linen T-shirts, new takes on the classic white crewneck, and how to pull off the suit-and-shirt look. see more
Fashion

Prada Expands its Made-to-Measure Program with Even More Luxe Bespoke Options

What better tradition to steal from the Italians than having your shirts made? Prada, a Milanese tailoring powerhouse if there ever was one, is doing its part to spread the gospel of custom with its made-to-measure program, launched over a decade ago and now offered at more than 40 locations from Bal Harbour to Beijing. see more
Fashion

White Tie Affair: We Explain How Men Have to Dress For This Year's Met Gala

On Monday, May 5, the highest-ranking men and women of the fashion community will ascend the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the annual Met Gala. But this year, the rules for guys attending the star-studded event are a little different. Gentlemen have been asked to wear white tie—the full, completely formal evening dress—with decorations. see more
Design

Hot New Homes: 4 Castles You'd Actually Want To Live In

It's a classic case of fantasy vs. reality. The word "castle" brings to mind decadence and power, but most modern castles can only be described as drafty, dank, and questionably decorated (unless you like floral wallpaper and tasselled draperies). However, this elite group is the exception to the rule: proof that sometimes, dreams do come true. You wish you lived here. Location: Restored medieval castle in Piedmont, Italy Price: upon request Size: 86,315 square feet Key selling points: This Northern Italian castle has it all: turrets, towers, vineyards, and stately halls whose original artwork was restored with taste, not a see more
Health

Can Protein Powder Go Gourmet?

The benefits of protein are both well documented and enticing; who doesn't want to build muscle or prevent cravings? But after years of watching whey powder swirled into post-workout smoothies and high-octane pancakes, we couldn't help but think that our palates deserve more. What delicious goodness could come from placing the powder in the hands of an inventive culinary mind? see more
Street Style

Street Style: Vintage Garb on a Columbia Grad Student

Today's look was spotted on Marc, a poli-sci grad student at Columbia University. see more
Food + Drinks

Ask the Wine Wise Guy: Isn't It Wrong to Pair Red Wine With Fish?

Wine expert Anthony Giglio is constantly fielding questions about the great grape from amateur drinkers and pro collectors alike. Now you can ask him yours: Tweet it to him at @WineWiseGuy and check back every Tuesday afternoon for the answer. see more
Grooming

Gillette's New Razor Attempts to Disrupt the Shaving Biz

In the age of Google Glass, self-driving cars, and Bitcoin, manual razors are the stuff of ancient history. But Gillette's newest razor, the Fusion ProGlide with FlexBall Technology, is making a bid for disruptive-technology status with a swiveling ball-and-socket joint that gives the blade multidirectional movement. There's even a battery-operated version that vibrates with "micro-pulses." see more
Health

Health Myth: Does Coffee Dehydrate You?

The question: I've always heard caffeine is a diuretic, so does it count for or against my eight-a-day? The expert: Nutritionist Tara Gidus, M.S., R.D., C.S.S.D., L.D.N. The verdict: Coffee addicts are more than caffeinated. They're also hydrated. see more
Movies + TV

Q&A with David Byrne: Filmmaker, Performance Artist, Disco Theatre Writer—and Musician

He's directed a film, starred in others, crusaded against the free music-streaming industry, and, oh yeah, written a hit song or two (you can keep tabs via his online journal). Now music legend David Byrne is burning down the house at the Public Theatre with the immersive theatrical experience "Here Lies Love" (pictured below), an interactive disco written with Fatboy Slim that tracks the life of Philippine ex-first lady Imelda Marcos. You can join the party in New York, or catch the genre-bending hit maker (along with some special, unannounced guests) this evening on The Tonight Show. see more
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