Fashion

John Varvatos Is Now Making Speakers For All the Rock Stars He Dresses

The week's top stories in fashion news. John Varvatos made his name dressing rock stars (and the guys who want to be just like them), so his latest collaboration makes total sense. The designer teamed up with the speaker and headphones brand Marshall on a leather-wrapped version of its Woburn stereo speaker. The speaker, limited to 300 units, will go on sale March 10. (DJ Vibe) see more
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Bradley Cooper and Betty White's Kiss, Calvin Harris' New Gig, and More Top Stories of the Week

Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most. This week's results: see more
Fashion

How the Hell Did This Suit Get $690,000 at Auction?

We're no strangers to expensive suits here at Details, but paying just shy of $700,000 for a pinstripe suit that used to belong to the prime minister of India is new territory for us. see more
Fashion

Remember That Time Proenza Schouler Sent a Dude Down the Runway?

The week's top stories in fashion news. If your heart went all aflutter when a male model came down the runway at Proenza Schouler's fall 2015 show this week, we're about to burst your bubble. The celebrated design duo isn't venturing into menswear, but instead focus on casting models that help tell the story of their collection—regardless of gender. [Elle] see more
Fashion

The Only Thing That Makes Kanye West Happy Is Ralph Lauren

An endearing backstage moment w #kanyewest and #ralphlauren #nyfw #nyc A photo posted by @davidlauren on Feb 19, 2015 at 7:39am PST Kanye West is known for being . . . well . . . difficult. He's moody, he's mercurial, he's unpredictable. He took over New York Fashion Week with his swaggering attitude and rebellious spirit. Who could possibly tame this wild man? Why, 75-year-old designer Ralph Lauren, of course. Above is a shot that Ralph's son David snapped backstage at the designer's fall 2015 womenswear show, proving that a gentle cheek caress from the septuagenarian was all it 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
Style News

Runway-to-Real-World Style, Best Hotels for Fitness Fanatics, and More Top Stories of the Week

Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most. This week's results: see more
Fashion

An App for Nike-Obsessed Sneakerheads

It was only a matter of time before the app-ification of our entire lives reached our feet. Nike steps into the game (sorry) with SNKRS, which gives users unparalleled access to the brand's premium lines like Jordan, Air Max, and Air Force 1, all via a super-intuitive interface. From setting notifications to remind you about upcoming releases to the ability to follow only the styles you care about, SNKRS (which launches later this spring) eliminates one more line you know you don't want to stand in—no matter what shoes you're wearing.
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
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