Celebrity

Tom Ford's Second Film Scores Some Stylish Leading Men (Naturally)

Details (heh) are breaking on fashion designer and director Tom Ford's second film, titled Nocturnal Animals. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ford has landed George Clooney for the film. Clooney, of course, is stylish in his own right, but we all saw how damn good Colin Firth looked after working with the designer in A Single Man. In other casting news, Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams are reportedly in talks to star in the film, which is based on Austin Wright's book Tony and Susan. see more
Celebrity

Quote of the Day: Fran Lebowitz on Why Your Clothes Don't Fit

"What people don't know is: Clothes don't really fit you unless they're made for you. Especially when you wear men's clothes, like I do. American women think that clothes fit them if they can fit into them. But that's not at all what fit means." see more
Fashion

This Sweater Is Literally Gay Because It Is Made From the Hair of Gay People

Long before Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, there existed a stereotype that gay men are more stylish than the heterosexual-male population. (We here at Details have our own gay fixation, but that's another story.) While it's hard to empirically prove or disprove this theory, there's definitely enough anecdotal evidence to suggest that, yes, gay people are generally interested in aesthetics and, therefore, fashion. But that's neither here nor there. Because we want to talk about what you see above, and that is not something of "good" or "bad" style, it's a gay sweater. Literally. What makes it gay? Well, see more
Fashion

Why You Should Consider Renting Your Next Luxury Watch

As the first employee of Marquis Jets back in 2001, Randy Brandoff had what he describes as a "front-row seat to the rise of the luxury collaborative model." Marquis, now a part of NetJets, gave its members access to a fleet of private jets without shelling out the big bucks required to own one of their own. As that business model was replicated and applied to luxury assets across the board, from Inspirato vacation rentals, to Rent the Runway and Classic Car Club, Brandoff saw one category no one had touched yet: high-end watches. "I was passionate about watches, see more
Fashion

So Many Watches, So Little Time

Perhaps you've noticed that your Instagram feed felt a bit more wrist-focused these past few days? If so, you're just seeing the wares fresh out of the annual watch fair Baselworld. Our style director, Eugene Tong, was on the scene, snapping the latest luxury chronometers begging to be included in your accessory lineup. Below, 17 examples of the fine craftsmanship he saw. Grand Seiko 62GS Heritage. #baselworld2015 A photo posted by detailsmag (@detailsmag) on Mar 20, 2015 at 10:07am PDT Ball Green Beret. #baselworld2015 A photo posted by detailsmag (@detailsmag) on Mar 20, 2015 at 9:06am PDT see more
Fashion

Fendi Endorses Wearing Suits With Sandals, Leather Jackets at the Beach

To celebrate the launch of their spring/summer 2015 collection, Italian label Fendi released a video featuring their warm-weather wares, appropriately shot at the beach (in Spain). Directed by Alex Tacchi, the video, below, gets up-close with some of the brand's more intricate pieces, like a jacket made of multicolored strips of woven leather. Other highlights are the quirky bags, the energetically patterned knitwear, a bomber decorated with two eyes, the label's headphone collaboration with Beats By Dre, and—most surprisingly—the strong case it makes for taking the formality out of your summer suit by pairing it with a pair of see more
Fashion

If It's Good Enough for Bill Cunningham, It's Good Enough for You

Among fashion figures who have been elevated to godlike status, one sticks out—and for good reason. Bill Cunningham is unarguably the founding father of street style, an encyclopedia of fashion history, an avid devotee of the rag trade, and possibly the most charming man to have ever lived. Oh, and he's a New York Times columnist who chronicles the city's love affair with clothing. Despite his dedication to (and outright glee about) the more fantastical aspects of the fashion industry, Cunningham himself is a model of austerity when it comes to his personal style. But like a true icon, he see more
Fashion

Gucci Is Getting Into the Wearable Tech Game

In the trend-obsessed world of fashion, nothing is currently popular than wearable technology. From Google Glass to the much-hyped Apple Watch, the tech industry is desperate to acquire some glamour. The latest entrant is the Italian luxury label Gucci, who used the watch trade fair Baselworld to announce a new wearable device, made in collaboration with will.i.am. "Gucci Timepieces is fully embracing the future of wearable technology that is now ahead of us, with the objective of launching a wearable device concept that is a fashion accessory, incorporating the most comprehensive and advanced technological functionalities," said Stéphane Linder, President and see more
Fashion

Your All-Purpose Spring Jacket Is Here and It's Less Than $100

Attention: Tomorrow is the first day of spring. Alas, in the Northeast, snow is predicted, thereby making the vernal equinox a bit of a sad state of affairs. Still, there's hope, and warm weather is surely on the way. To prepare, we suggest getting your transitional outerwear arsenal at the ready, and today, Everlane is releasing what's sure to be your top pick of the season. Its anorak is waterproof, unlined (and therefore lightweight), hooded (for protection from April showers), and tricked out with hidden snap closures, slant pockets, and a drawstring waist to help create a striking silhouette. While see more
Fashion

Patek Philippe Can't Keep This $2.5 Million Watch In Stock

If you balked at the five-figure price attached to the recently announced Apple Watch Edition, prepare to avert your eyes. That's because the tech company's newest wrist-bound product is pennies compared to the Swiss brand Patek Philippe's crown jewel—a $2.5 million dollar chronometer known as the Grandmaster Chime. Despite its staggering asking price and its tightly controlled distribution, the watch is actually selling out, proving that if you make it, some rich person is bound to buy it. After all the folks who collect these view them more as art pieces than humble time-tellers. "Patek is often seen by collectors see more
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