Books

100 Days of Summer: An Urban Thriller to Read at the Beach

There are 100 days between March 12 and June 21, the official beginning of our favorite season. So every day between now and then, we'll be highlighting the products, places, and experiences we can't wait to use, visit, and have once summer rolls around. Days left: 23 A paranoid, angry New York City collectively recovering from a medical pandemic is the setting for Immunity, the second novel by Taylor Antrim (whose day job is as a senior editor at Vogue). Written with a gritty, page-turning intensity ("If Bret Easton Ellis wrote a biothriller," says Kirkus), the story focuses on twenty-something see more
Books

Mouthfeel Is a Sexy Food Magazine With a Hard-core Edge

Seemingly out of nowhere, the foodie-zine-from-a-gay-punk-perspective Mouthfeel made waves when it launched earlier this month. With a mission statement to "explore the complexities of food and the characters involved" and aimed at "people with unrestrained appetites for food, men, music and humor," the magazine disrupted the mainstream mix of overhead photographs of perfectly curated tablescapes and jaunty recipes. As a newcomer to the world of print magazines, founder and editor Mac Malikowski seems an unlikely person to cause such a disruption, but, during a phone call from Los Angeles (where he is currently researching stories for his next issue, see more
Celebrity

Watch Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace in the First Trailer for The End of the Tour

Two years after author David Foster Wallace committed suicide in 2008, writer David Lipsky published the book Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, which chronicles five days during Foster Wallace's book tour to promote his highly praised novel Infinite Jest. The book is being adapted into a film that will serve as a kinda-sorta biopic, starring Jason Segel as Wallace and Jesse Eisenberg as Lipsky, and the trailer just hit the Internet. You can get your first look at the movie above. see more
Books

The 8 Best Books to Read This Summer

Pictured: Photos from Andy Warhol: Polaroids Three Beauties for Your Beach House Keep the sunblock-smudged paperbacks by the pool and leave these where your guests can see them: Andy Warhol: Polaroids (July 15; Taschen) is a comprehensive look at the Pop Art icon's three decades of snaps of famous friends like (clockwise from top left) Dennis Hopper, Dolly Parton, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Farrah Fawcett. Lin Dan (June 2; Rizzoli) captures the Chinese Olympic badminton gold medalist (and brand ambassador for Dolce & Gabbana) in a series of luxury-dress-up-meets-fantasy shots—from gladiator to emperor, dandy to street dweller—shot by Domenico Dolce himself. see more
Books

A Guide to San Francisco, Courtesy of Menswear Boutique Unionmade

For Todd Barket and Carl Chiara, founders of San Francisco-based menswear boutique Unionmade, their brand filter boils down to a simple formula: quality first, then timelessness. "So much of fashion now is fast and cheap," says Barket. "We believe the best things in our wardrobes get better with age. If you're going to spend more on a garment, we want you to wear it years from now and still realize how nice it is. We may not be of-the-moment, but we believe in being authentic and effortless." From Japanese Kapital scarves to Levi's Vintage to Golden Bear varsity jackets, it's see more
Books

Artistic Genius Turns Kanye West's "Bound2" Into a Children's Book

If you've seen the weird, half-naked, expertly parodied music video for Kanye West's song "Bound2," (or listened to its explicit lyrics) you'll know that it's really not at all appropriate for children. So artist Zak Tebbal stepped in to make its central theme safe for the schoolyard. see more
Books

Iceman Will Come Out as Gay in the 40th Edition of X-Men

The Iceman cometh. Out of the closet, that is. When the 40th edition of All New X-Men hits shelves at comic book stores on Wednesday, its readers will treated to five pages of Jean Grey (that's Phoenix, or the one played by Famke Janssen in the movies) telling Bobby Drake (again, he's Iceman, keep up) that it's OK to be gay. When he tries to deny it, she reminds him that she can read minds, and then he confesses and they hug. Our friends at The Advocate have the leaked pages, and you can read them all here. see more
Fashion

100 Days of Summer: A Book That Proves Fashion People Do, in Fact, Eat

There are 100 days between March 12 and June 21, the official beginning of our favorite season. So every day between now and then, we'll be highlighting the products, places, and experiences we can't wait to use, visit, and have once summer rolls around. Days left: 73 Common lore may say that there's food, there's fashion, and never the twain shall meet. But that could't be more incorrect. Fashion people (most of 'em, at least) love a good meal—just check out the restaurant scenes captured by stylish folks during Fashion Week. Taking advantage of the overlap is the online collective see more
Books

This Instagram Account Shows What NYC Subway Riders Are Reading

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. Rachael: "My boyfriend recommended this book to me and even though it was published in 1857, it's definitely relatable to a modern person. The language is still understandable and beautiful and eloquent. It's a really nice read. But I hope I'm not like Madame Bovary. She's never happy with the best things around her." @rachaelleenelson #thankful #thanksgiving #newyork #nyc #bookreview #subwaybookreview #book #gustaveflaubert #madamebovary #realist #novel #love #reading #subway #bookloversunite #author #fall #readinglist #list #bookclub #readingisawesome #bookworm #instagood #igers #style #follow #instabook #iphoneonly #vsco A photo posted by Subway Book Review (@subwaybookreview) on Nov see more
Books

Kim Gordon's New Memoir, by the Numbers

In Kim Gordon's revealing new memoir, Girl in a Band (HarperCollins Dey Street, $28; out February 24), the post-punk goddess looks back on her upbringing, New York City in the eighties, and the much-publicized breakups of Sonic Youth and her 27-year marriage to bandmate Thurston Moore. We take an accounting of her enviable longevity. • • • see more
Subscribe to Details
Newsletter Sign Up
  • Get the latest in men's style, grooming, diet, fitness and pop-culture trends every Wednesday. See Sample
  • Get the most popular articles, blog posts, and slideshows of the past week every Saturday. See Sample
I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its User Agreement, and Privacy Policy.
AROUND THE WEB
Powered By ZergNet
Subscribe to Details

Daily Newsletter

Get the latest in men's style, grooming, health, and pop-culture news every day.
Will be in accordance with our Privacy Policy