Fashion

How to Bring Your Dog to a Red Carpet Event, With Tom Hardy

Actor and Details coverboy Tom Hardy really, really loves dogs. So much so that he brought his own dog Woodstock to the London premiere of the new movie Legend. It's not often you see someone's pet at such a high-profile event, but Woody, as he's called, is no ordinary celebrity dog. He and Hardy starred in a campaign for PETA earlier this summer that promotes pet adoption. And for the most part, Woody was pretty well behaved. At one point, he even shooed a pigeon off the red carpet, so as to keep the pictures looking nice and clean. And see more
Fashion

The New Vans Collaboration Is An International Affair

For 15 years, Off The Hook (OTH), has been keeping Montreal kitted in the latest offerings from the Quebecois community the store celebrates. And in 2011, OTH became one of the first retailers in the world to partner with Vans. Bringing together the Greek roots of OTH's founders Angelo Destounis and Harry Drakopoulos, and the Canadian influence the store has made a part of its mission, OTH is celebrating its anniversary with a reimagining of the classic Vans slip-on designed by Isaac Larose of Larose Paris. Larose was a natural choice. A Quebecois himself, he recalls traveling to Montreal see more
Fashion

Proper Gang's Max Vanderwoude Gross Is Leading a Quiet Menswear Revolution

Proper Gang Spring/Summer 2015 It's customary for designers to share their latest lookbooks on blogs to drum up interest from the public, but it's early September and there's no proof anywhere on the Web that menswear brand Proper Gang even has an autumn collection. "I actually don't think you can find any of our lookbooks online," designer Max Vanderwoude Gross says with a smirk over drinks in Brooklyn. The brand's debut was way back in 2012, and he has quickly built a loyal customer base for his cropped pants and boxy, fifties-style shirting. He sells in a small but see more
Fashion

Tom Ford's Morning Routine Is Crazy, but Not in the Way You'd Think

For a man whose very name is associated with highest level of luxury, the way Tom Ford gets ready for the day is surprisingly low-key. He just starts way earlier than most people. At 4:30 a.m. "I get up and make myself a gigantic iced coffee," the designer said in an interview with Mr Porter, which just began to stock his wares this week. "I then answer e-mails and work until about 6 a.m. Then I will head upstairs and have a second giant iced coffee and lay in the bathtub. I don't like warm drinks of any kind. I see more
Fashion

Meet the Guy Who Actually Decides How Your Clothes Fit

"Fit is everything" isn't just a saying here at Details. It's a guiding principle. And if you're buying clothes off the rack, the odds are good that John Gallagher had something to do with how they look and feel on your body. Gallagher is one of the most popular fit models in the business, according to our friends at T Magazine. More than 70 brands (including Brooks Brothers, Thom Browne, Ralph Lauren, and even the underwear outfit Mack Weldon) have come to Gallagher to ask for his take on how their designs actually function on a man's body. His frame see more
Fashion

Nike Pays Tribute to a Classic, the Cortez, With 2 New Styles

Above: the original Nike Cortez Everything old is new again. That's especially the case for retro-inspired athletic gear, and there are few things that so singularly represent the sport stars of days gone by than the Nike Cortez, a design that's both striking in its simplicity and technologically advanced. When it officially launched in the mustached and feathered-hair heyday of 1972, not only was it recognized for its clean aesthetic but it was also known for its specially designed sole. Track-and-field coach (and Nike cofounder) Bill Bowerman added to the Cortez a midsole that consisted of a dense center pad see more
Fashion

Daniel Craig Is Going to Wear Tom Ford in the Latest Bond Film, Spectre

If Daniel Craig looks a lot sharper than you'd expect a government spy to be in the upcoming James Bond film Spectre, it's because he's wearing Tom Ford. The brand announced today that it made some of the clothes Craig wears in the film, which will premiere in American theaters on November 6. Ford worked with Spectre's costume designer, Jany Temime, to create Bond's suits, eveningwear, shirts, knitwear, ties, and even some exclusive eyewear. (Whether the sunglasses he wears in the film will be sold, like the limited-edition watch Omega created for Bond, remains to be seen.) Spectre, like other see more
Fashion

Nick Wooster Is Ready to Hire an Assistant. Here's What He's Looking For

Nick Wooster, as you might imagine, is a busy man. When Details spoke with the retailer, stylist, and street-style star not long ago, he was headed from Hong Kong to Shanghai on a promotional tour for his fall campaign with Lane Crawford. Now back in the U.S., he's is spreading the word about the latest in a series of seemingly endless projects: a three-way collaboration between Gilt, Cadillac, and a group of American menswear-makers who, for Wooster, represent the best New York fashion has to offer guys right now. "I'm not saying that it's a comprehensive survey, but the reality see more
Celebrity

Alexander Wang Enlists Kimye and a Cadre of Famous Pals for a Good Cause

Do Something is one of the world's largest organizations supporting youth and social change. Instead of focusing on a single cause, its 4 million members work on a wide-ranging collection of issues, including violence, poverty, and the environment. As part of its 10-year anniversary, Alexander Wang has partnered with the organization to cast a spotlight on the important work it does every day. A line of Do Something hoodies and T-shirts designed by Wang will go on sale today at Alexander Wang stores worldwide and on alexanderwang.com. Half of each item's retail price will go to DoSomething.org as it continues see more
Fashion

There Are Limited-Edition Collections, and Then There's This

Kelly Slater and John Moore in shirts from Outerknown's Limited Supply capsule. The smart, simply designed pieces from Kelly Slater's nascent brand Outerknown are already released in small quantities. So he and designer John Moore understand the irony in naming their first capsule collection Limited Supply. "The funny thing is, our main collection is produced in runs no larger than 300 pieces," Slater wrote in an e-mail. "Keeping our quantities to a minimum allows us to move faster and make awesome pieces we're proud of without sacrificing quality. We can also use materials that are harder to find." The hyperfocused see more
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