Fashion

How to Dress for Your 4th of July Bash—Without Looking Like Uncle Sam

The Fourth of July can be a joyous occasion. It can also be a time when your friends and family members force you to look at them wearing truly terrible clothing. While there's something endearing about donning an ugly Christmas sweater or the oversize numerical sunglasses many sport on New Year's Eve, wearing what's essentially a warm-weather Uncle Sam costume on Independence Day is a little disturbing. A day spent subjecting an American flag-printed anything to sweat, barbecue sauce, and gunpowder residue is an abuse of one the country's greatest symbols. And that's not a good look on anyone. Luckily, see more
Fashion

Public School Liked Oliver Peoples Glasses So Much They Made Their Own Pair

Anyone familiar with the duo behind Public School knows that the designers serve as de facto ambassadors for the brand's special brand of swaggering cool. Just look to Maxwell Osborne's ever-shaded visage for proof. Both Osborne and his design partner Dao-Yi Chow have excellent taste in eyewear, as one would expect, and Osborne's go-to style happens to be Oliver Peoples' Wyler frames. So it makes perfect sense that when the Public School men were looking for a brand to help create eyewear for their '90s rave culture-inspired fall/winter 2015 collection, they reached out to the folks at OP for see more
Fashion

Return of the Pleat: Men's Pants Are (Finally) Loosening Up

Image courtesy of J. Crew They're back. After more than a decade of flat-front, slimmer-is-better propaganda, this news may come as an unexpected—and unwelcome—surprise to even the most enterprising men of style: Pleated pants are back. Look no look further than the plethora of gathered waistlines showcased during the recent European menswear shows for the spring/summer 2016 season—from designers like J.W. Anderson and Lanvin to E. Tautz and Officene Generale. Closer to home (or your laptop), on barneys.com, you can find militaristic pleated shorts from downtown New York It designer Alexander Wang, voluminous draped pants from the cult brand Lemaire, see more
Celebrity

Chrissy Teigen, Emily Ratajkowski, and More Top Models Bare All for W

The newest member of the #FreeTheNipple campaign is none other than our very own Internet crush (and karaoke expert), Chrissy Teigen. The supermodel and wife of crooner John Legend stars in a . . . uh . . . very revealing photo shoot for W Magazine cheekily titled "Privacy Settings." Also starring some of social media's biggest names in modeling (including Emily Ratajkowski and Irini Shayk, below), the shoot is incredibly sexy and just a wee bit cheeky (in both senses of the word). How did Teigen tease her big shoot? With an Instagram pic (below) that's just shy of see more
Celebrity

Kanye West's Yeezy 350 Sneaker Is Selling for $10K on eBay

If the shoe fits, you'll still need to buy it. That won't be as easy as it sounds with Kanye's long-awaited Adidas collaboration, the Yeezy 350. The shoes landed over the weekend and were quickly snatched up. Right now on adidas.com, glum sneakerheads will be met with a SOLD OUT sign. Sigh. Still, all hope isn't lost yet. It turns out that the celebrity-designed kicks have found an active life on eBay, where you can find many pairs available for purchase, reports Mashable. However, while the sneakers were originally priced at $200, the online-auction site has assessed their value see more
Fashion

Matt Dillon Stars in Frame Denim's First Menswear Campaign

Rather than picking a budding actor or a male model with a million Instagram followers for its first menswear campaign, Frame Denim went with Hollywood icon Matt Dillon. The 51-year-old actor, who's currently starring in the Fox show Wayward Pines, looks as natural in these images as he does on screens big and small. Erik Torstensson, who cofounded the brand with Jens Grede, told WWD that they picked Dillon because he's the kind of guy they'd like to be. "Matt Dillon has been a stylish person for so many years," said Tostensson, who also shot the campaign. "He has great see more
Fashion

This Underwear Will Make Your Package Look . . . Bigger and Better

From the dawn of time, men have gone to great lengths (pardon the pun) to prove they're more than adequately endowed. A recent case in point: Justin Bieber. While his turn in Calvin Klein's spring 2015 campaign aired on the dubious side (okay, laughable was more like it), it proved a simple point. Most men will jump at the chance to look a little, well, larger. see more
Fashion

8 New Rules of Informal Black Tie

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Fashion

Naomi Campbell Wears String Bikini, Blazer in Givenchy's Latest Men's Show

Funny how the most jaw-dropping look in a men's fashion show is one of the few designed for a woman, isn't it? Take a look at the full Givenchy spring 2016 collection here. see more
Celebrity

The Most Stylish Men of the Week: 06.26.2015

Zayn Malik When: June 24 Where: Arriving at the Valentino spring/summer 2016 show in Paris What: A look from the fall/winter 2015 Valentino collection. Why: While most guys are peacocking at the men's shows in Paris, Malik exercised restraing with his understated outfit, and the look paid off. The simplicity and crispness of the outfit cut through the visual noise all around him—the new bleached 'do certainly didn't hurt. Jai Courtney When: June 25 Where: As a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live in Los Angeles. What: Brunello Cucinelli Batavia printed chevron suit in navy. Why: When you've got facial see more
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