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Charlie Hunnam for Calvin Klein, Backstage at Milan Fashion Week, and More Top Stories of the Week

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Fashion

David Beckham Now Helping H&M Make Real Clothing

The week's top stories in fashion news. David Beckham is back for another project with H&M, but this time there are way more clothes involved. The former footballer (US translation: soccer player) has edited a collection of modern essentials due out in March that includes bomber jackets, denim, T-shirts, and a few other items. The launch will coincide with the release of another season's worth of Beckham's ongoing underwear and lounge wear line for the brand. (Complex) 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
Fashion

Gucci Announces New Creative Director

A little over a month after breaking the news that creative director Frida Giannini and CEO Patrizio di Marco were leaving, Italian luxury label Gucci has announced the former's replacement. According to a press release, Alessandro Michele will now be in charge of forthcoming ready-to-wear collections, accessories, and global brand image. This news comes just days after Michele presented the men's fall/winter 2015 collection, which was, aesthetically, a notable departure from the work presented during Giannini's tenure. While it was initially announced that Giannini would stay on and perform her duties as creative director through March when she presented the see more
Celebrity

Coach's Spring Ads Are for Cool Kids Only

Kid Cudi's been doing a little more than freeing his mind at night. Joining actress Chloë Grace Moretz, the two have become Coach's new frontrunners for their spring 2015 campaign that's expected to run in March issues of publications including Vanity Fair, GQ, Nylon, and, oh, well, look at that—even here. Titled "Dreamers," this campaign features Cudi and Chloë in black-and-white portraits, as well as colored close-up shots of their bags. Photographed by Mikael Jansson and styled by Karl Temper, the duo follow in the steps of Zoë Kravitz, Odeya Rush, Christopher Abbott, and Banks, who were the stars see more
Fashion

Fashion Week Dispatch From Milan

Above: Models backstage at Jil Sander As the fashion world moves across Europe, following the seasonal caravan of menswear shows and trade fairs, we sent photographer Jerry Buttles on the road to capture the behind-the-scene moments. Here's what he's seen so far. Backstage at Neil Barrett with models Jackson Hale and Sang Woo Kim. On the runway at Jil Sander. — Details contributing photographer Jerry Buttles. Follow him on Instagram here see more
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Marilyn Manson Mellows Out, Highlights From Men's Fashion Week, and Other Top Stories of the Week

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Fashion

Adidas Celebrates the Return of a Superstar

The week's top stories in fashion news. Talk about a good #tbt. Last night, Adidas celebrated the revival of its iconic Superstar silhouette by opening an exhibit that examines the shoe's history. It's the latest in a line of revivals the company has spearheaded; just last year, it brought back the equally recognizable Stan Smith. The Superstar exhibit opens to the public today at 138 Wooster Street in New York City. (Nice Kicks) see more
Celebrity

Kit Harington Can't Figure Out How to Get Into a Car in the New Jimmy Choo Ads

Oh dear. No, no, Jon Snow Kit Harington, that's not how one gets into an automobile. You use the side door, not the windshield. See, when it comes to human-to-car interactions, the end goal is to find yourself in the driver's seat, not splayed out on the dashboard like one of those adorably retro bobblehead hula ladies. Still, as far as confusing vehicular arrangements go, this is certainly the most stylish, which makes sense seeing as it is, in fact, an image from Jimmy Choo's spring advertising campaign. Luckily, as you can see in the image below, Harington eventually figures see more
Style News

Victoria's Secret Models in Bikinis, Bieber Goes Shirtless for Calvin Klein, and the Other Top Stories of the Week

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