Two New Collaborations Remind You That You Need Some New Shoes

Admit it, you could use a new pair of shoes. Hell, you probably could use two, if you're being really honest with yourself. See, believe it or not, you piddled away your summer—as always—and now fall is looking down at you, waiting to embrace you in its icy grip. So there's that. see more

Well Suited: Why Blue Would Look Really Good on You

If you've been thinking about buying a new suit for the summer, we recommend one in a strong shade of blue. see more

Well Suited: JFK and Ronald Reagan Through the Lens of Richard Avedon

Though he rose to fame as a fashion photographer, Richard Avedon—who would have turned 91 today—also became known for his portraits of famous, influential, and seriously powerful people. "Fashion is where I make my living," he once said. "I'm not knocking it. It's a pleasure to make a living that way. It's pleasure, and then there's the deeper pleasure of doing my portraits." see more

Bottega Veneta Creative Director Tomas Maier Is Sick of Brand Logos and "Stupid" Fashion Rules

Mr. Maier, how much attention do you pay to the rest of the fashion industry? I don't look. I find it distracting. I'm more interested in our customer, who he is and what he's looking for. In my twenties, I looked at everything I could. I went to every fashion show, I sneaked in anywhere I could. I wanted to absorb the most I could and see a lot. I think that's important when you're a student or when you're starting out—you need to see things. But then I think there comes a time when that's just distracting, always see more

The New Rules of T-Shirts (Video)

It's amazing how easily a simple T-shirt can go wrong—bad fit, poor materials, dumb graphics. We've advocated for changing up the way you wear a suit, but don't be that guy with the ridiculously deep V-neck tee under a nice blazer. How to wear a T-shirt right? Senior market editor Justin Berkowitz is here to explain the latest colors, cuts, and fabrics in our latest installment of "The New Classics." Get ready for linen T-shirts, new takes on the classic white crewneck, and how to pull off the suit-and-shirt look. see more

Just Say No to Dull Suits: We've Identified Fashion-Forward Alternatives (Video)

We know it took you years to find a brand of suits you love. And while it may seem like almost everything they carry was made for you, and you've built up a relationship with them after all these years, you need to stray every once and a while or else you'll never get to know what it feels like to wear a truly beautiful suit from a more progressive designer. In this case, what your regular suit maker doesn't know won't hurt him. In the next episode in our what-to-wear-now series, "The New Classics," fashion director Matthew Marden see more

Berluti Makes the Most Gorgeous New Bike We've Ever Seen

There are bicycles, and then there are bicycles. And the two-wheeled work of metal, leather, and wood that will arrive in Berluti stores next month belongs squarely in the second category. see more
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This Week in Fashion: Pharrell's Girly Fragrance, America Goes Commando

The week's top stories in fashion news. 'Tis the season of Pharrell. After announcing his Uniqlo collaboration last week, the singer is taking that sacred rite of celebrity passage: the signature scent. While Pharrell's fragrance—produced with Commes des Garcons—sounds cooler than the average celebrity scent, we still think it's weird to call a unisex scent "GIRL," and even weirder that it shares its name with his new album. Then again, when you're famous, you don't have to make sense. (Billboard) see more

Real Men Wear a Uniform: The Case for Dressing the Same Every Day

Clockwise, from top left: Steve Jobs, Tom Wolfe, Andy Warhol in their respective uniforms. Being a Details reader means you're interested in dressing well. I'm with you. I would love to dress well. see more

Rules of Style: Tumi's George Esquivel

It was a match made in accessories heaven when shoe designer George Esquivel stepped in as creative director of the luggage giant Tumi last February. The on-the-go craftsman has since continued to spread his influence, most recently with a limited-edition capsule collection of shoes for Tommy Hilfiger. We chatted with the California native about his neurotic packing style, how to spot good leather, and the trick to making shoes last. see more
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