The Cartier Spaceship Has Landed

If elements of Cartier's new commercial look like they came straight out of an epic sci-fi movie, that's by design. The short film, called Shape Your Time, is part of the watch and jewelry house's efforts to reach male customers. Even if that means traveling into the minds of men on a spacecraft shaped like a Ballon Bleu. see more

Study Finds We're All Masochists Who Like Store Clerks To Treat Us Like Crap

REMEMBER THE LAST time a snotty store clerk snubbed you in that fancy shop? And remember how you consoled yourself by saying that he wouldn't last long in the service industry with that kind of attitude toward potential customers? Well think again. see more

Autumn Calls for Subtler, Sophisticated Sunglasses

Odds are, you either sported or spotted summer's biggest eyewear trend: mirrored sunglasses. As is the rule in warm weather, the brighter the color, the cooler the lens: they came in saturated tangerine and aquamarine, Martian red and traffic-sign yellow. That's no problem on the beach or at a festival, but I got a rude awakening when I pulled mine on at a September wedding. see more

7 Ways America Changed the Way the World Dresses

Lord knows we love a good, forward-thinking European brand, but some of the most important and lasting innovations in the way we dress today came from right here in the United States. Where would you be right now without zippers, for example? Or sneakers for that matter? Below, seven key things Americans contributed to the world's clothing industry that form the underpinnings of wardrobes all over the world. see more

This Bracelet May Be Ugly, But At Least It's Also a Flying Camera Drone

When will wearable technology be something we'd actually like to wear? see more

This Week in Fashion: Woolrich Sets Up Shop, Simon Nessman Takes it All Off

The week's top stories in fashion news. If you're in the market for blazers, blankets, bags, or shirts made in the USA, pop into the new Woolrich store down in Soho. It's the brand's first stateside store in 180 years, and you can expect to find its two floors jam-packed with apparel and accessories for both men and women. (WWD) see more

Creating Viggo Mortensen's Retro Look in The Two Faces of January

DETAILS: The Two Faces of January (out tomorrow) is based on Patricia Highsmith's novel about an American couple on the run who get mixed up with a local scammer. Did you go back to the book for inspiration? STEVEN NOBLE: I've been very true to the novel. I also looked at a lot of films from the time: Fellini's La Dolce Vita, René Clément's Plein Soleil, Godard's Breathless. We also got a lot of amazing home movies from the holidaymakers of the time. see more

Alexander Wang Casts Real Athletes in H&M Campaign

As if to underscore just how sporty his collaboration with H&M is going to be, Alexander Wang cast two real-life athletes in the collection's advertising. see more

Yet Another Reason to Wear Sneakers With Everything

The war between dress shoes and sneakers has been won. see more

Hot New Homes: Listings With Serious Fashion Cred

If you're looking for a luxury home that's as well-connected as you are, you're in luck. These listings have been linked to some of the biggest names in fashion—and look the part. You wish you lived here. Location: Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon's penthouse in Manhattan Price: $34,000,000 Size: 7,140 square feet Key selling points: The impeccable, sleek-and-sexy style of the Jimmy Choo brand, in a Fifth Avenue penthouse. And what better excuse to escalate—I mean curate—your collection of dress shoes and kicks than that insane closet? Listing: Corcoran see more
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