Pour One Out for @ArchivesMargiela, the Instagram Account the World Lost This Week

#Repost @archivesmargiela with @repostapp. ・・・ Arena Homme Plus 30: Hard Times. Photography by Willy Vanderperre, fashion by Olivier Rizzo. Model wears cotton recycled aviator's boiler-suit retailored into short jacket (A/W 1995 'Artisanal'), cotton recycled battle-pants turned inside out and retailored into multi-pocket chinos (A/W 1998 'Artisanal'), cotton gauze veil from the first Martin Margiela collection (S/S 1989). #MaisonMargiela #MartinMargiela #ArchivesMargiela A photo posted by Ale Moral Less (@alemoralless) on Jul 30, 2015 at 6:09am PDT Well, it was fun while it lasted. @ArchivesMargiela, the Instagram account that celebrated the older work of Maison Martin Margiela, has been removed from see more
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Alexander Wang Said to Be Departing Balenciaga

It was lovely while it lasted, wasn't it? Balenciaga's current creative director, Alexander Wang, will be leaving the French brand after showing his spring/summer 2016 womenswear collection in September, reports WWD. Rumors of the separation started earlier this month when Wang's contract with Kering, the conglomerate that owns Balenciaga (among other high-end fashion labels), came up for renewal. Wang was announced as creative director in November 2012, taking over for designer Nicolas Ghesquière, who is now at competing label Louis Vuitton. Wang, who also maintains his own eponymous label based in New York, added a relaxed, streetwear-inspired sensibility to see more

Adidas Releases an All-Black Stan Smith Primeknit

For all the noise Adidas has made with its high-profile sneaker releases this summer, one of the ones we're most excited about is a relatively simple all-black shoe. The company's recently released black-on-black Stan Smith Primeknit might not inspire a ton of Internet headlines or get resold on eBay for thousands of dollars, but it's still a solidly attractive and covetable shoe. While Adidas has put other, more colorful variants of this shoe on the market this year, this model's subtlety gives it a quiet appeal. You can get your own pair of the limited-edition shoe through the Swiss retailer see more

Everlane Adds Pants to Its Basics Lineup

From its lightweight spring outerwear to the streamlined sweaters, it's no secret that we're grateful for the bounty that online retailer Everlane has provided us over the years. But, alas, our below-the-belt selves felt just a wee bit neglected during all the sartorial excitement. That, however, is about to change, as Everlane has just released its first-ever pair of pants for men and—as to be expected—they're a marvel of utilitarian ingenuity. Called the Slim Pant, the cotton pants took a year to develop and are made in a factory in Dongguan, China, that specializes in manufacturing trousers. Each pair see more

Calvin Harris Shows Off His Six-Pack in New Emporio Armani Ad

Congrats to Taylor Swift's boyfriend, Calvin Harris, who should treat his pop-star girlfriend to dinner after landing a high-profile gig. The 31-year-old DJ and No. 1 Taylor Swift fan revealed that he has linked up with the Italian fashion label Emporio Armani after posing earlier this year for the brand's spring/summer 2015 ads. Shot by lensman Lachlan Bailey in Brooklyn, the campaign is a stark black-and-white homage to Armani's tech-infused, hard-edged cool. Harris' campaign includes photos in which he models ready-to-wear, eyewear, timepieces, and, yup, underwear. see more

American Apparel May Be Running Out of Money

Could it be the end of the road for American Apparel? Maybe. A culmination of factors is leading experts to believe that the brand, which specializes in basic garments favored by young urbanites, is close to bankruptcy, reports the New York Post. The combination of a $15.4M bond payment due in October with bills owed from sexual harassment lawsuits filed against the brand's ousted CEO Dov Charney mean the company is looking at a grim bottom line. "My expectation is that the quarter will be horrible," shareholder Michael Bigger told the Post. Quarterly reports are forthcoming, but the general see more

The Best Dressed Men of the Week: 7.24.2015

Jake Gyllenhaal When: July 23 Where: Making an appearance on the Late Show with Seth Meyers in New York. Why: Gyllenhaal is bending the rules here, wearing a peak lapel jacket—which is traditionally on the more formal side—but wearing it with the difficult-to-pull-off move, the air tie. Risky, but he pulled it off, mostly by going very simple and classic with the dark suit and crisp white tie combo. Jake Gyllenhaal (Again!) When: July 22 Where: On the street in New York City. Why: Gyllenhaal does a full-on 180 here but he does it brilliantly. This is proof that you see more

Retromarine Designer Juan Jaramillo on Bringing Sophistication to Swimwear

Founded in 2011, Juan Jaramillo launched the swimwear-focused brand Retromarine to help extend the streamlined sophistication of tailoring and suiting to oceanside-appropriate apparel like swim trunks. Jaramillo, who has lived in coastal locales like Miami and Columbia, brought his operations to New York City, eventually landing in Industry City, a community of small businesses and production resources based in Brooklyn. The designer's line—which is sold at Barneys New York, Saks Fifth Avenue, and his on his own site—uses the highest quality fabrics, vibrant but tasteful prints, and slim silhouettes to create an elegant take on swim trunks. We chatted with see more

Deal Steal of the Day: Carson Street Clothiers Is Having a Fire Sale

End-of-season sales are a dime a dozen—literally every retailer has one. But the summer clearance sale at Carson Street Clothiers right now is, for lack of a better way to put it, something else. The natty, New York-based store is offering up to 80 percent off on Michael Bastian sweaters, jeans from Levi's Vintage Clothing, and some very cool sneakers from No. 288. A discount that deep means that the Ovadia & Sons sweater you see above is down to $69 from its original $345. This is one of those times when you run instead of walking. see more

Henry Cavill Keeps It Simple and Classic in Shades of Blue

Who: Henry Cavill When: July 23 Where: Photo call for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. in London What: Navy sweater and pants from Dunhill. Why: It's summer, and wearing a suit—even if you're an actor shilling for a forthcoming film—seems downright dreadful. Cavill found a solution by, well, dropping the suit and going for a subdued summer take on formal. This means a lightweight crewneck sweater in navy with slightly darker pants, a contrast that breaks up the monotony of monochrome but still feels right for the occasion. Get the Look: Burberry Prorsum cashmere-and-silk-blend sweater ($795) available at; Dunhill cotton-twill see more
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