How Oscar de la Renta Taught Us to Be Better Men

Oscar de la Renta, who lost a long battle with cancer Monday night at the age of 82, was known around the world for the glamorous gowns he created for women. What's less talked about is the example he set for men. see more
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The 10 Worst Halloween Costumes of 2014

You know how it is—every Halloween, when you show up to a party and it seems like a dozen people are all wearing the same very topical costume. One year it's Borat, the next it's Sarah Palin, or the rednecks from Honey Boo Boo. Don't be that guy (or girl). You're better than that. Halloween is a time to have fun, experiment, and do something creative. Don't half-ass it by going for the easy idea, buying a costume in a bag, or leaving it to the last minute so you have to get inventive with what's already in your closet. see more

Why Designer Lucio Castro Prefers a Vintage Timepiece

In this edition of What's on Your Wrist, designer Lucio Casto on why he loves his vintage JeanRichard. see more

How a Camera Malfunction Became Fractured, a New Photo Book

Photographer Jeremy Kost has become known for his moody, sexually-charged photos that document chiseled models and habitués of the downtown New York club scene, images which were compiled into the books We Were All Innocent Once and It's Always Darkest Before Dawn. His latest outing, Fractured, builds upon a career that has focused on the male form, but, thanks to a happy accident, suffuses it with a meditative, dreamlike energy. see more

Well-Dressed Dog Makes Way More Money Than You Do

That high-school diploma? The college degree? The semesters of tireless internships? Hope that all works out for you. Because a dog wearing a button-down shirt is raking in $15,000 a month. Cue the tears. see more

Justin Theroux Goes Gray in the Best Way Possible

Justin Theroux has been playing the game (specifically the game where you're a famous person, so you walk around wearing good clothing knowing that you'll be photographed on the street, even though you're basically running the same nondescript errands that non-famous people can do unmolested) long enough to know what works for him. So it was no surprise to see him making the most of one of fall's key trends in New York City yesterday. see more

Acne Studios Is Making Underwear, WikiLeaks Is Making T-Shirts, and More Fashion News From This Week

The week's top stories in fashion news. Not to be outdone by Calvin Klein and Michael Kors, Acne Studios this week launched its own underwear line. You can buy boxers or briefs from the line in black, white, or olive green, but the house also produced versions in a color it's calling sand. "Underwear should be beige or skin colored, because I prefer no underwear," said Acne's creative director Jonny Johansson. No word yet on whether he plans to make shorts that match skin colors darker than, well, sand. (The Fashionisto) see more

The Arrivals, a New Outerwear Brand, Arrives Just in Time For You to Buy Your Fall Coat

A native Californian might not strike you as the ideal jacket designer. But in Jeff Johnson's case, being from San Diego is part of what drove him to love coats in the first place. see more

A Marathon Singlet That You Have to Qualify For

Like this Tracksmith crimson-and-white, retro-inspired running tank top? Yeah, well so do we. But liking it doesn't mean you can have it. see more

We Want It: A Sweatshirt That'll Keep Summer Alive All Winter Long

How's this for perfect timing? In its continuing collaborative celebration of Gap's 45th anniversary, Visionaire is introducing a collection of art-driven sweatshirts and T-shirts at the London leg of the Frieze Art Fair. see more
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