Fashion

Why You Should Consider Renting Your Next Luxury Watch

As the first employee of Marquis Jets back in 2001, Randy Brandoff had what he describes as a "front-row seat to the rise of the luxury collaborative model." Marquis, now a part of NetJets, gave its members access to a fleet of private jets without shelling out the big bucks required to own one of their own. As that business model was replicated and applied to luxury assets across the board, from Inspirato vacation rentals, to Rent the Runway and Classic Car Club, Brandoff saw one category no one had touched yet: high-end watches. "I was passionate about watches, see more
Fashion

So Many Watches, So Little Time

Perhaps you've noticed that your Instagram feed felt a bit more wrist-focused these past few days? If so, you're just seeing the wares fresh out of the annual watch fair Baselworld. Our style director, Eugene Tong, was on the scene, snapping the latest luxury chronometers begging to be included in your accessory lineup. Below, 17 examples of the fine craftsmanship he saw. Grand Seiko 62GS Heritage. #baselworld2015 A photo posted by detailsmag (@detailsmag) on Mar 20, 2015 at 10:07am PDT Ball Green Beret. #baselworld2015 A photo posted by detailsmag (@detailsmag) on Mar 20, 2015 at 9:06am PDT see more
Fashion

Fendi Endorses Wearing Suits With Sandals, Leather Jackets at the Beach

To celebrate the launch of their spring/summer 2015 collection, Italian label Fendi released a video featuring their warm-weather wares, appropriately shot at the beach (in Spain). Directed by Alex Tacchi, the video, below, gets up-close with some of the brand's more intricate pieces, like a jacket made of multicolored strips of woven leather. Other highlights are the quirky bags, the energetically patterned knitwear, a bomber decorated with two eyes, the label's headphone collaboration with Beats By Dre, and—most surprisingly—the strong case it makes for taking the formality out of your summer suit by pairing it with a pair of see more
Fashion

If It's Good Enough for Bill Cunningham, It's Good Enough for You

Among fashion figures who have been elevated to godlike status, one sticks out—and for good reason. Bill Cunningham is unarguably the founding father of street style, an encyclopedia of fashion history, an avid devotee of the rag trade, and possibly the most charming man to have ever lived. Oh, and he's a New York Times columnist who chronicles the city's love affair with clothing. Despite his dedication to (and outright glee about) the more fantastical aspects of the fashion industry, Cunningham himself is a model of austerity when it comes to his personal style. But like a true icon, he see more
Celebrity

Derek Zoolander Walked in the Valentino Show Today

If fashion is anything, it's a funny business. And yet it's not too often that you see insiders poking fun at themselves and the circus they're a part of. However, today the Valentino designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli had a good laugh when they sent Ben Stiller as the noted "really, really, really good-looking person" Derek Zoolander and Owen Wilson as his modeling foil Hansel (no last name needed, obviously) down the runway. According to the New York Times critic Vanessa Friedman, the duo are in Rome filming the sequel to Zoolander and used the Valentino catwalk see more
Fashion

J. Crew Makes Basics That Are Anything But

Just yesterday, J. Crew revealed what to expect come next fall—quilted coats, downy shawl-collar cardigans, slim cargo pants, and sizable parkas included. Today, though, it's back to thinking of the season directly ahead of us: spring. Which explains the launch of its line of garment-dyed T-shirts, made by-hand in its Los Angeles factory. "We wanted to replicate the faded old tee shirt you just can't let go of," says the label's head of menswear design, Frank Muytjens. "To me, nothing feels better than a soft, worn-in T-shirt. It's like a second skin. I own so many tees, and they are see more
Fashion

Next Fall, Your Coat Will Be Fuzzy

From left: Ovadia & Sons, Billy Reid, Coach As the last leg of men's Fashion Week winds down here in New York City, a harsh polar vortex settled in, making editors and buyers especially attuned to what they were seeing on the runway. Obviously, style is a priority, but when wind chills outside are dipping below zero, practicality suddenly became a key factor. Everyone in their downy coats, layers of knits, and sturdy boots seemed to be collectively thinking, Sure, but will this keep me warm? One emerging trend that seems to tick both the "fashionable" and "functional" boxes is see more
Fashion

These Are the 4 Suits Every Man Should Have in His Closet

Navy: The Everyday Go-To If you are a man and you—for some mysterious reason—can have only one suit hanging in your closet, it must be navy blue. A navy-blue suit is the most basic necessity in a man's wardrobe, up there with a pair of jeans and underwear. You can wear this every damn day of your life with a white oxford shirt and brown shoes and people will think highly of you (as long, of course, it fits correctly). Trust us, you need this. Suitsupply Napoli suit Gray: The You-Mean-Business Must-Have Slightly less versatile and more formal than a see more
Fashion

Help Us Decide Who Deserves to Be Crowned This Week's Best-Dressed

In an era when every man with even the smallest measure of fame has access to a stylist or (at least the wise counsel of a fashion designer), it can be hard to tell who's well-dressed and who's simply well-styled. Which is why we couldn't decide wether Hidetoshi Nataka or Mark Ronson should be called the best-dressed man of the week. see more
Fashion

Butt Plugs Make an Appearance on the Paris Runways, 'Cause Why Not?

In a move pulled from the DGAF book of menswear, Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck showed butt plug–esque accesories during his fall 2015 show in Paris. Yes, you read that right: butt plugs. The ladies over at The Cut noted that among the surrealist knitwear, oversize outerwear, and voluminous trousers were pendants and necklaces that featured sex toy–shaped trinkets. Now, one would be remiss to skip over the opening look, which featured the timely missive: Stop Terrorising [sic] Our World. And you score extra points if you took now that, yes, these baubles look suspiciously similar to artist Paul McCarthy's see more
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