Jeff Bridges on Meditation, Teenage Dreams, and His Strangest Project Yet

Jeff Bridges is, quite simply, far out. One of Hollywood's most esteemed and sought-after actors, the 65-year-old regularly practices Transcendental Meditation, travels with the country-folk band the Abiders, and is best known for his beloved role as a pot-smoking, robe-wearing neo-hippie nicknamed The Dude in The Big Lebowski. But even the boundary-pushing absurdity of his latest project could only make him laugh. "What can I even compare it to?" Bridges says, chuckling in his measured drawl when Details asks him to describe Sleeping Tapes, an album hosted on the website Squarespace, on which Bridges meditates, speaks quirky spoken passages, and see more

Real Estate Porn: Most Expensive Equestrian Estates

Status symbols come and go, but owning horses has been at the top of the list for ages. These listings, however, one-up that achievement by pairing it with another longtime status symbol: Lording over an estate notable enough to have a name of its own. You wish you lived here. Location: Lausanne estate in Vaud, Switzerland Price: $15,000,000+ Size: 10,763 square feet Key selling points: For the horses: a saddle room, stables for five, and a separate apartment for a handler or groom. For you: A mansion with three floors, fifteen rooms, two suites, two pools, a guest home, and see more

A Polo Shirt For When (If?) Spring Finally Gets Here

We're probably torturing ourselves for dreaming of clothing that doesn't come with a fur lining, a hood or, hell, even long sleeves. But from the climate-controlled halls of 1WTC, the sun is bright and if you've had enough coffee, four cups perhaps, you can pretend that spring is around the corner and not just a whisper skidding off one of the chunks of ice currently occupying the Hudson. Which is all to say, it's worth peeking beyond the tundra at Fred Perry's new Authentic Collection. A central aesthetic feature of the Mod movement, the classic Fred Perry knit is eternal. see more
Movies + TV

The 20 Most Famous Pairs of Tighty-Whities to Appear On-Screen

Michael Keaton may not have taken home an Oscar for baring his soul as washed-up actor Riggan Thomson in Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman. But that he bared almost all of his 63-year-old body during an underwear-clad stroll through Times Square in one of the film's most iconic moments will forever be cemented in Academy Award history. Iñárritu claimed in his speech after winning Best Director that he had worn Keaton's tighty-whities as a good luck charm. He also assured the audience that they were tight and smelled like balls, which was undoubtedly another Oscar first. see more

Club Monaco Opened a Pop-Up Shop at the World's Most Celebrated Restaurant

If you happen to be in Copenhagen and have an impossbile-to-get reservation at the world-famous, two-Michelin-star restaurant Noma, you're in for a bonus treat: American brand Club Monaco will be hosting a pop-up shop at the temple of fine dining through March 13. Chef René Redzepi, whose technique of using the finest local ingredients found in Denmark was featured in David Chang's Mind of a Chef documentary series, is ranked as the No. 1 chef in the world. And now, next to the restaurant's café and wine bar, a selection of Club Monaco's clothing, home goods, and vintage books from see more

Even When She Fails, Chrissy Teigen Is Beautiful and Charming

If there's one thing Chrissy Teigen is good at, it's being sexy while acting like a complete fool. She reminded us of this on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, where she revealed her latest talent: magic tricks. The Sports Illustrated model admitted that she's now a member of a magicians social club, but it turns out that she's learned nothing during her time there—like, seriously nothing. Her attempts were epically bad, but her breathtaking smile and infectious laughter made us all forgive her. Kimmel even said, "I'm only tolerating this because you look like this." John Legend see more

Watch: Christina Aguilera's Spot-on Britney Spears Impression

For a guy who built his career on a series of successful rock-star impersonations, Jimmy Fallon must have felt pretty confident about going up against Christina Aguilera in a round of "Wheel of Musical Impressions"—but it turned out the comedian's imitation game was no match for the pop star's pipes. Sure, Fallon held his own when the "random musical impression generator" required him to attempt such unlikely singer-song pairings as David Bowie and "Grand Old Flag," but the second Aguilera launched into her eerily accurate rendition of Cher singing the "Folger's Coffee Jingle," it was clearly game over for see more

Big Sean on Staying Humble, Working With Kanye West, and His Critically Acclaimed New Album, Dark Sky Paradise

Hearing Hov say "Great job on this album!" and then NOT waking up in my bed in Detroit at my mom's house was awesome. @zenojones A photo posted by BIGSEAN (@bigsean) on Feb 20, 2015 at 1:49pm PST see more

25 Years Later, a Nineties Icon Is Reborn

When Acura launched the NSX in 1990, a genre was born: the everyday supercar. Oxymoron? Hyperbole? Maybe, but the NSX supplemented the comfort and reliability Honda is known for with the racing-inspired technology and exotic aesthetic of the era's six-figure Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Which is to say: It was a revelation. In 2005, however, Acura's priorities shifted, and it stopped making the car and focused on more mainstream products. Consequently, the company's street cred and sales slipped. see more

Why Cheating On Your Diet Is Actually Good For You

Cheating on your diet is the easiest (and most finger-licking delicious) way to lose weight—and not just because, without it, resolve crumbles like a mouthful of red velvet Oreos. Or, better yet, call it a splurge, a treat, refeeding, or anything that doesn't convey the fact that you are doing something wrong by indulging. "When people see eating as black and white that could be dangerous," says Jim White, R.D., owner of Jim White Fitness training studios and a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Being 100 percent "on" or "off" your diet sets you up for see more
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