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Jared Leto Bleached His Hair, Is Becoming Karl Lagerfeld

A few days ago, Jared Leto looked a lot like Jesus with long flowing locks and a bushy beard. No more. He cut his hair, bleached it, tossed on some sunglasses and headed off to the Balmain show in Paris today (as one does). And the debut of his new lewk brought to mind the signature style of Uncle Karl. Is Leto gunning for a role in the Lagerfeld biopic (which isn't a real thing but should be)? Or is he just taking his fashion cues from the 80-year-old designer because he's an elder statesman of style? Both are totally see more
Fashion

Shoe of the Day: Adidas Primeknit Stan Smith

The Stan Smith is hot right now. Currently, half the Details staff is wearing them (and I'm only kinda joking). And yet that doesn't mean that there aren't ways to tinker with the popular style to make it more interesting. For example, you can head over to sneakerhead nirvana Kith to check out the latest release, the Adidas Primeknit, which is the shape of your classic SS but rendered in a super-lightweight woven thread. This style comes in white with a black accent at the heel and an off-white sole. It's $150, and damn, it's beautiful. see more
Fashion

A New Collaboration to Keep You Dry and Stylish

As has been noted, May flowers are contingent upon the month of April's showers, which means before we can fully embrace the joy that is summer, we have some rainy spells to contend with. Rain, of course, requires some special sartorial considerations. No need to pack on the bulk or the weight—springtime precipitation can be warm, if not downright humid—and you want something that's versatile enough to repel water but look good once the clouds part. Well, we're getting the season's first viable option today, thanks to a collaboration from the Swedish brand Stutterheim and the U.K. label Whistles. It see more
Fashion

The Only Thing That Makes Kanye West Happy Is Ralph Lauren

An endearing backstage moment w #kanyewest and #ralphlauren #nyfw #nyc A photo posted by @davidlauren on Feb 19, 2015 at 7:39am PST Kanye West is known for being . . . well . . . difficult. He's moody, he's mercurial, he's unpredictable. He took over New York Fashion Week with his swaggering attitude and rebellious spirit. Who could possibly tame this wild man? Why, 75-year-old designer Ralph Lauren, of course. Above is a shot that Ralph's son David snapped backstage at the designer's fall 2015 womenswear show, proving that a gentle cheek caress from the septuagenarian was all it see more
Fashion

Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci on Dressing Kim Kardashian (When No One Else Wanted to) and Unconventional Models

Here, in a bright, airy room at the Mercer hotel in New York City, Riccardo Tisci is sitting on the couch, chain-smoking American Spirits and explaining in a pronounced Italian accent why the idea of designing menswear initially left him cold. "I mean, look at me," the 40-year-old creative director of Givenchy says, giving his sweatshirt a tug. "I wear jeans and trainers." Thing is, he's embodying exactly what's stylish at this very nanosecond: thick-soled Timberlands, gray tapered jeans, a black sweatshirt with an abstract Bauhaus-esque basketball print. "I never bought fashion for myself. The only things I was obsessed see more
Fashion

These Are the 4 Suits Every Man Should Have in His Closet

Navy: The Everyday Go-To If you are a man and you—for some mysterious reason—can have only one suit hanging in your closet, it must be navy blue. A navy-blue suit is the most basic necessity in a man's wardrobe, up there with a pair of jeans and underwear. You can wear this every damn day of your life with a white oxford shirt and brown shoes and people will think highly of you (as long, of course, it fits correctly). Trust us, you need this. Suitsupply Napoli suit Gray: The You-Mean-Business Must-Have Slightly less versatile and more formal than a see more
Celebrity

Our Unconventional Yet Totally Deserving Pick For Most Stylish Man of the Week: Michael Keaton

As we've noted, men of a certain age are having a moment right now, and as we scour the dark corners of the Internet this gloomy (in New York, at least) Friday, we came across some further proof of this fact. Typically, when on the hunt for a man of style, ageist as it may seem, our eyes typically settle on a younger fellow—a Ryan (Gosling, Reynolds—take your pick), a Jake, a Justin, a Mark . . . you get it. Today, however, it was none other than Academy Award–nominated comeback kid Michael Keaton who stood out as someone with see more
Fashion

New York Is Getting Its Own Men's-Dedicated Fashion Week

After months of speculation, New York City will officially get its own men's Fashion Week, mirroring Europe's current set-up. While the major fashion capitals—Milan, Paris, and more recently London—hold their respective Fashion Weeks separately from the women's shows to be more in line with the men's buying schedule, New York's Fashion Week traditionally hosts a mix of men's and women's showings, weeks after the European shows conclude. But starting with the spring 2016 season, the CFDA is hosting a standalone operation called New York Fashion Week: Men's. Designers confirmed to show during the project's debut include Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, see more
Celebrity

Why Fashion Brands Now Love Old People

The age of the dewy-skinned, just-this-side-of-legal model may be coming to a close. For as long as my 30-year-old brain can remember, upscale brands have used imagery of youth to help sell their wares. While some go for the sturdy, beefy stud type (think Dolce & Gabbana and Calvin Klein) and others prefer the more poetic nubile variety, youth has long been a fetishized commodity, in all its various forms. And yet, there's evidence of change happening. Yes, everyone has been lectured on how the digital age has ushered in a more democratic era in the fashion world, but could see more
Style

A Slimmed-Down Puffer Jacket That Can Go From the Slopes to an Upscale Restaurant

When money manager Greg Casals moved to Boulder, Colorado from blazing Las Vegas, he needed a jacket to wear. "I noticed that everyone wore ski jackets out to dinner," he says. "I didn't want to wear a ski jacket." As a cyclist and collegiate runner, Casals has spent thousands of hours in technical fabrics. But having lived also in San Francisco, Memphis and New York, he and wife Linda had urban sensibilities. A year later, the Casals and designer Allie Thielens launched a line of three jackets and a hoody—all using high-end, technical materials in sophisticated silhouettes—under the company name, see more
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