Embrace Your Inner Slob and Still Look Respectable

Yesterday, the Internet imploded when it saw that Duchess Kate Middleton of Cambridge wore a—wait for it—hoodie outside her grand palatial estate. How gauche, no? You, however, are not royalty, which means you can wear a hoodie—sweats, even!—but that doesn't mean you're allowed to look like some damn slob. Luckily for you (and the princess, if she plans on continuing her laid-back fashion streak), California-based brand John Elliott + Co has released a limited-edition capsule called the Loopwheel Collection, a six-piece assemblage of the brand's signature styles made from an exclusive type of Japanese loopwheel fleece. Elliott sourced the material see more
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Nike's Latest Rerelease Is Made for the Urban Outdoorsman

It seemed like a part of Nike's grand plan to unveil its new ACG collection on a day that started out dry, ended very, very wet, and in the process demonstrated the unique need for sportswear that responds to the challenges that can arise during one's daily journey through a chaotic metropolis. see more

Calvin Harris Is the New Face of Emporio Armani

This morning, we thank both Scotland and Italy for joining some of their finest exports in one fashion campaign. Emporio Armani announced on Wednesday that Grammy-winning singer and DJ Calvin Harris would be the face of the house's spring 2015 campaign. Which is great news for everyone who has a mutual love of European dance music and good clothing. see more
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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Under-the-Radar films, a Cheeky Accessory, the Best Fitness Gifts, and More

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

Gucci Shakes Up Corporate Ranks as Its CEO and Creative Director Depart

Italian luxury house Gucci announced big changes this morning, with the brand's top two executives planning to depart early next year. According to Bloomberg, CEO Patrizio di Marco and creative director Frida Giannini (both pictured above) are leaving their posts with the company. Kering SA, the corporate entity that owns Gucci (as well as Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, and Saint Laurent), will move Marco Bizzarri into the CEO role in January. Giannini, who is the face of the label, will leave after presenting her womenswear collection in February. Her replacement will be announced early next year. see more

Tom Ford Made a Penis Necklace

Tom Ford may be best known for his refined, sophisticated take on men's tailoring and sportswear, but that's not to say he doesn't have a wicked sense of humor. In fact, the former Gucci designer has long been known for his frank, straightforward approach to sex—and he's never been afraid to incorporate it into his work. Most recently, it's best demonstrated by the release of a naughty accessory that's shaped like a phallus. We're not interpreting here—it's called the Penis Pendant Necklace, and it's offered in small, medium, and large (heh). Oh, Tom, you rascal. see more

Heineken Is Making Sunglasses That Are Only Available to 100 Really Cool People

Yes, that Heineken. No, they haven't given up on the booze business, they've just widened their area of focus to include three products and 100 very influential people. What we're talking about is the fifth iteration of their ongoing program #Heineken100 where they pair up with cool brands, create special-edition collaborative produce, and dispense them to a tightly edited group of tastemakers. Tomorrow, they're launching a pair of sunglasses with the California-based eyewear brand Garrett Leight. The acetate frames are in the shape of the brand's popular Kinney style in a dark gray color and with flat green-tinted lenses. Since see more

Celebrating 105 Years With America's Gentlemanly Menswear Brand Haspel

It's been just over a century since men's clothier Haspel first arrived on the scene. The line, based in the South and entrenched in the region's rituals, is best known for using breathable, airy seersucker in its classic suiting, and dressing some of the most stylish men of the big screen (Gregory Peck in To Kill a Mockingbird and Cary Grant in Charade) as well as in real life (presidents John F. Kennedy and Calvin Coolidge wore Haspels). Just last year the brand brought designers Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos (of Shipley & Halmos) to update the brand's spirit. Starting see more

New York Is Finally Getting a Men's Fashion Week

The week's top stories in fashion news. After lots of rumors, New York City is finally getting its own Men's Fashion Week. Tentatively slated for July 20–22 (so, it's not actually fashion week), the event would line up with New York trade shows. The main need that still exists is money. "Ideally, we'd like to find someone in grooming, finance, spirits, or automotive who wants to be associated with the relaunch of dedicated men's days," CFDA CEO Steven Kolb says. Luckily, brands like Amazon, DreamWorks, and Shinola are already rumored to be on the sponsor list. (WWD) see more

The David Beckham Brand Is Coming After All of Your Money, Wants World Domination

We wish nothing but good things for soccer star turned model turned underwear model turned legitimate businessman David Beckham, and it looks like that wish is about to come true in a massive way. Beckham just signed a deal to turn his businesses into a global lifestyle brand that goes beyond just clothing. see more
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