Fashion

Rafael Nadal Lands a Gig Modeling for Tommy Hilfiger

The week's top stories in fashion news. Rafael Nadal's latest gig sounds pretty good. The world-class athlete will be putting his body, toned through 14 Grand Slam wins and years of time on the court, to work for Tommy Hilfiger. He'll pose in both underwear and clothing ads for the brands starting Fall 2014 and will get to do quite a bit of partying on Hilfiger's dime as he helps promote the brand in America, Europe, and Asia. (Daily Front Row) see more
Fashion

New York Fashion Week Is Evicted From Lincoln Center, Needs a New Home

Looks like New York Fashion Week is going to have to find a new home. According to news reports on Thursday, the glamorous trade show is set to leave Lincoln Center after the fall/winter 2015 collections are presented in February. see more
Fashion

Embrace Your Inner Slob and Still Look Respectable

Yesterday, the Internet imploded when it saw that Duchess Kate Middleton of Cambridge wore a—wait for it—hoodie outside her grand palatial estate. How gauche, no? You, however, are not royalty, which means you can wear a hoodie—sweats, even!—but that doesn't mean you're allowed to look like some damn slob. Luckily for you (and the princess, if she plans on continuing her laid-back fashion streak), California-based brand John Elliott + Co has released a limited-edition capsule called the Loopwheel Collection, a six-piece assemblage of the brand's signature styles made from an exclusive type of Japanese loopwheel fleece. Elliott sourced the material see more
Fashion

Calvin Harris Is the New Face of Emporio Armani

This morning, we thank both Scotland and Italy for joining some of their finest exports in one fashion campaign. Emporio Armani announced on Wednesday that Grammy-winning singer and DJ Calvin Harris would be the face of the house's spring 2015 campaign. Which is great news for everyone who has a mutual love of European dance music and good clothing. see more
Fashion

Naomi Campbell Refuses to Age or Wear Clothes in Her Latest Campaign

What tricky deal has Naomi Campbell made with the devil? We're merely asking because upon seeing her latest campaign, for the lingerie brand Agent Provocateur, it's impossible to believe that the model is 44 years old. Regardless, look upon Campbell and hypothesize on how she's defied the very laws of nature. Whatever you're doing, Ms. Campbell, keep on doing it—it's definitely working. see more
Celebrity

Santa Claus Ditches the Red Suit, Upgrades to Designer Outfits

Tradition is grand and all, but let's be honest, Santa and his signature red suit with white trim were in dire need of freshening up. Thanks to the self-described "creative business" Joint London (via Racked), the jolly big guy got just that. In the illustrations at Designer X Santa, Saint Nick switched up his style by donning some outfits by some of 2014's buzziest designers, including Hood by Air, Marni, Alexander Wang, Raf Simons, and Rick Owens. Santa Claus wearing Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane Santa Claus wearing Marni Santa Claus wearing Alexander Wang Santa Claus wearing Rick Owens Santa see more
Fashion

A Gift a Day: A Runway-Inspired Blanket That'd Look Great in Your Home

Until Billy Reid makes our dreams come true and launches a full-scale home collection (like Ralph Lauren's or Calvin Klein's), we'll have to be satisfied with items like today's gift: a virgin-wool blanket that made its debut on the designer's fall 2014 runway. The Heirloom Ribbon Blanket ($395) shares its pattern with the first look in that collection, a diagonally striped double-breasted topcoat. But the mantle itself also appeared later on in the show, worn almost like a shroud around the arms of a model who was already wearing a fur-lined coat. But honestly, we see this blanket draped over see more
Fashion

Dallas Is Spending More on Men's Underwear Than the Rest of Us

Much in the same way that it used data to show the weird kinds of food Americans eat at Thanksgiving, The New York Times has analyzed numbers from the Federal Government to determine how people in major metropolitan areas spend their money. And congratulations, Los Angeles: you're spending 242 percent more on clothing storage (yes, clothing storage, not actual clothes) than the rest of our nation. see more
Fashion

A Gift a Day: A Rugged USA-Made Timepiece

There's something about a man checking the time on his wristwatch that's just more sophisticated than him pulling out his phone every time he needs a status update. This watch, made in collaboration with Haspel and Brooklyn Watch Co. for the former's 105th anniversary, is both urbane and masculine, thanks to the clean face design and textured-leather straps. The watch's features—which include 17 jewel mechanical movement, a 45-millimeter stainless-steel case, 40 hours of reserve power, and an engraved backing—prove that its sleek facade hides some powerful technology within. see more
Fashion

Prince George Endorses the Return of the Sweater Vest

Just in time for the holidays, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released official Christmas portraits of their son, Prince George. Not only is he looking mighty happy, he's quite stylish, too. His royal outfit revives a couple of trends that have fallen out of favor in recent years, namely the sweater vest and knee-high socks. Perhaps the wee tyke will start a revival? Only time will tell. see more
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