Greats Releases an Easy Pair of Summer-Ready Slip-ons

One of the biggest reasons our spring and summer wardrobes are so deadly simple is, well, they can be. Without the chill of fall or winter breathing down your neck, you're free to slip into whatever goes on (or comes off) fastest. Which is why we're so keen on Greats' latest release, the Wooster slip-on. (Important to note: It's named after, and not designed by, the noted fashion buyer and street-style personality Nick Wooster.) The shoes share the same spirit as other slip-on sneakers, but they're made from a pretty high-quality Italian leather. They also have a cushioned footbed that see more

Say It Ain't So: Reports Claim Band of Outsiders Is Shutting Down

If the reports about Band of Outsiders shutting down are true, we're going to be really, really, really sad about it. The news that the 11-year-old brand, led by designer Scott Sternberg, would close its doors and cease operations were first reported by Fashionista Tuesday morning. But the man himself, who's been a longtime favorite of the editors here at Details, told WWD later in the day that he wouldn't be commenting on the situation. "Nobody knows anything at this point but me," he said, "and I've been advised not to comment at this time." Sternberg's fans will know he's see more

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Lost 40 Pounds by Eating One Can of Tuna a Day

If actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is looking a little slimmer than usual, it's because he went on a dangerous crash diet to lose weight for his latest role in the History Channel's Texas Rising. Morgan, who you might remember from Grey's Anatomy or PS, I Love You, told the Today show he needed to lose about 10 pounds for his role in the miniseries, which tells the story of Texas rebelling against Mexico in the 1830s. But he ended up losing nearly 40 pounds by living on a single can of tuna every day. "I did it in the most see more

Model Joan Smalls Channels Pharrell in This Year's CFDA Awards Journal

We're less than a week out from the CFDA Awards—which is essentially the Oscars of fashion for American designers. Each year, the CFDA also produces a limited-edition "journal" that features imagery and short profiles on the nominees and honorees. This year, Pharrell is being honored with the Fashion Icon award. Unfortunately, Pharrell couldn't make the shoot for the journal because he was somewhere being iconically stylish, so the CFDA (with its creative partner Trey Laird of Laird + Partners) used model Joan Smalls as a stand-in. Smalls is styled wearing Pharrell signatures like the Adidas track jacket and Stan see more

Apple's Jonathan Ive Got a Big Promotion Today

The man behind the look and feel of your favorite Apple products earned himself a fancy new title within the company. Jonathan Ive, who brought us the iPod, the iPad, and the iPhone, among many other things, was promoted to the role of chief design officer, a title created for him, reports the website 9to5Mac. According to an e-mail sent by Apple CEO Tim Cook, Ive's new role will allow him to focus on the design of every damn thing the company produces. It sounds like he'll be working on things in a "bigger picture" sense and less of see more

Jaden Smith Is Reportedly Playing Static Shock in an Upcoming Movie

Well, this would explain the dreadlocks. Word has it, noted gender nonconformist and Batman fan Jaden Smith will soon star in a superhero role of his own as the electricity-weilding teenager Static Shock. But Smith didn't break the news to the world, and neither did Warner Bros., which reportedly began working on a Static Shock film in the fall. Instead it was Smith's fellow thespian Tyler Williams. In an interview with Flick and the City, Williams responded to a question about the lack of superhero roles for young black actors by saying, "It's great to see Static Shock is happening see more

3 Design-World Trends to Try in Your Own Home

The World on Your Plate The Hubble telescope may have turned 25 last month, but designers today are more obsessed than ever with mining celestial images for inspiration, from the new cosmos-themed wallpaper series by Calico to Jan Kath's recent Spacecrafted rug collection for Front. Our favorite example, launched this winter in collaboration with the Italian homeware brand Seletti, is Diesel Living's Cosmic Diner plates (above), which are printed with digitally manipulated photos of the solar system. Coming soon: a galaxy's worth of complementary table accessories. see more

Pope Francis Hasn't Watched TV in 25 Years

Pope Francis revealed some shocking news today: He has no clue whether Ross and Rachel end up together in the series finale of Friends. In fact, he hasn't watched TV since 1990, which means it's been a quarter-century since His Holiness last caught something on the boob tube, reports NBC News. That means he doesn't even know what Lost is, much less the final outcome for the inhabitants of the mysterious island. The Pope doesn't even know the joys of binge-watching full seasons of House of Cards. Why has he turned his back on the most powerful entertainment tool see more

Chris Pratt Apologizes for Things He Is Going to Do During the Jurassic World Press Junket

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Game of Thrones Recap: Season 5, Episode 7

In Westeros, you can't rely on anything—even, or perhaps especially, a well-laid plan. Something is always bound to pop up and thwart you, to behead you at the bottom of a conspiracy, or stick a blade in your belly on your son's wedding night. In fact, the one thing you can pretty much rely on, watching Game of Thrones, is that if a character seems especially confident—if an elaborate scheme is poised to conclude favorably, say, or if victory in battle is almost certainly in hand—things are just about to fall to bits. That makes for rather satisfying drama. But see more
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