The 3-Minute Guide to Adding Texture and Volume to Your Hair

If you think that the secret to great hair ends in the barbershop, think again. We have news for you. Great-looking hair is your responsibility, and you have to work on it every day. It's not ideal, but it's also not terribly difficult. All you need is your trusty blow-dryer, a little product, a few minutes, and some patience. And while that may sound like a lot, it really isn't. And the reward is looking like a badass with a head of hair that any guy would envy. Check out how to get the look, above. see more

Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals Sells for a Cool $20M at Cannes

Tom Ford's second directorial project just got a big vote of confidence in Cannes, where the eponymous film festival is taking place. Focus Features just purchased the worldwide rights to Nocturnal Animals for $20 million, reports Entertainment Weekly. Ford earned plenty of praise for his debut movie, 2009's A Single Man, and there's been much talk of his follow-up project. Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams are set to star in the film, an adaptation of Austin Wright's 1993 novel Tony and Susan, which Ford plans to write, direct, and produce. see more

The Most Stunning Women of the Cannes Film Fest

The global entertainment industry has packed its bags and jetted off to Cannes, France, for the eponymous (and glamorous) film festival, leaving us with an endless stream of red-carpet images. Cannes, of course, and its many premieres and events, gives men the option to do either (a) the tuxedo thing or (b) the slightly tousled, louche, I'm-in-the-south-of-France suit thing. Women, on the other hand, have more options. Unsurprisingly, many of these ladies look, well, stunningly beautiful. Here, just a few of our favorite women at the Cannes Film Festival. see more

J. Crew X Onitsuka Tiger Are The Sneakers You Should Wear This Weekend

Of late, J. Crew has been acting like that friend you have—that everyone has—who is just a little bit more in-the-know than you. And while this friend may make you feel just a twinge of jealousy, you keep them around because they help you, in turn, look in-the-know. To wit: J. Crew just happened to know that this year was the 30th anniversary of the Colorado Eighty-Five style from the very cool Japanese sneaker brand Onitsuka Tiger. Oh, and they just happened to know that the Colorado Eighty-Five, with three decades under its belt, looks suspiciously modern in one see more

The 5 Most Stylish Men of the Week

Sam Smith When: May 4 Where: LAX Airport in Los Angeles What: Gray jacket, striped shirt, black pants, and gray slip-on shoes Why: The slimmed-down singer proves that a comfortable travel outfit can still be stylish with dark colors, easy shapes, and the perfect on-the-go accessory—headphones. Jay Z When: May 2 Where: Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas What: Tom Ford silk shantung Buckley cocktail jacket and white evening shirt Why: Because who wears Tom Ford to a boxing match? That's crazy. But when you're married to Bey, we guess you gotta step it up. James see more

#WeWantIt: These Sleek, Tinted Glasses Add Cool Color to Any Kitchen

Magazine editors are spoiled. They have seen it all before, barely have time to open the goodie boxes they receive daily from PR folk, and just don't fall for product-pushing hype. So when they actually do come across an item—be it a shirt, a pair of shoes, a pair of sunglasses, hell, even a towel—that speaks to them, their passion can be contagious. We set out to capture that enthusiasm on video in a new series with its very own hashtag: #WeWantIt. Here, associate editor Antonina Jedrzejczak explains why a set of mid-century-inspired glass tumblers is a necessity for see more

100 Days of Summer: Minimalist Running Sneakers Made in the USA

There are 100 days between March 12 and June 21, the official beginning of our favorite season. So every day between now and then, we'll be highlighting the products, places, and experiences we can't wait to use, visit, and have once summer rolls around. Days left: 46 Victory Sportswear was founded in the early 1980s with a desire to create stylish footwear for marathon runners that also delivered on the performance front. The brand got a reboot in 2013, releasing a tightly edited collection of slightly retro, high-functioning running shoes. The brand's commitment to craftsmanship, aesthetics, and domestic production has see more

Inside the Sun-Drenched Loft of L.A. Tastemaker Joe Sadler

To hear L.A.-based designer and creative director Joe Sadler tell it, his apartment is merely an extension of his own creativity. As the man behind the brands CWST and Riviera Club (not to mention the designer who brought us the iconic Coexist sign), Sadler made his name by churning out covetable goods. The laid-back aesthete calls the current iteration of his sunny loft "eclectic," explaining that he moved past a phase of extreme minimalism to embrace a mix of decor elements. Check out Sadler's pad up-close in the video above and hear his thoughts on Los Angeles, spirituality, and see more

The Stars Come Out to Celebrate Giorgio Armani's 40th Anniversary

Forty years. Four decades. Fourteen-thousand six-hundred days. A whole lot of style. That's why dapper men like Tom Cruise, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Pine, Pierce Brosnan—not to mention the likes of Cate Blanchett, Tina Turner, Lauren Hutton, and Glenn Close—all packed their bags and headed to Milan this week to help celebrate a major milestone in the career of Giorgio Armani. The event—which celebrate Mr. Armani's 40th year in the ever-fickle fashion business—was a two-day affair filled with boldface names from around the world and included a retrospective fashion show, festive soirees, the unveiling of a renovated architectural space called see more

60 Seconds With Stromae: On Talking Sh*t, His Best Friend, and Krusty the Clown

Perhaps you know the Belgium-born Paul Van Haver by his stage name, Stromae. Or perhaps you don't know him, and for that you'd be forgiven. Because while he has certainly conquered Europe with his swaggering mix of electronica and hip-hop, the international hit-maker is still considered an up-and-comer here in the U.S. But at just 30 years old and with only two studio albums to his name, we can only assume that we'll be hearing and seeing a lot more of him in the future. Here, we sat down with the artist to chat style, friendship, and the sadness see more
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