6 Things Everyone Will Be Talking About This Morning

Here's what you should know so everyone in your office doesn't think you're totally out of touch. Proving that Burberry is the coolest, most tech-savvy brand out there, the British label live-streamed its L.A. fashion show on Twitter via Periscope. And if you don't know what Periscope is, then you're seriously behind the times. (Twitter) J.J. Abrams is the latest member of the I Have an Apple Watch Already Club. (Mac Rumors) Producer Brian Grazer is a Hollywood heavyweight, with TV shows like 24 and Arrested Development on his resume. But in an interview with Oprah, he reveals that the see more

A Mathematician Has Figured Out Why All Hipsters Look the Same

Think the archetype of hipster as a plaid-clad, skinny-jeans-wearing, bearded, bespectacled flaneur is just a lazy generalization? Think again. It turns out that there's a real-life equation that attempts to "solve" the homogenization of hipster culture—from Seattle to Brooklyn and back again—that French mathematician Jonathan Touboul calls the "hipster paradox." In short, why do all hipsters look the same if their intended goal is to stand apart from the mainstream? The solution is explained, in a paper that Touboul published and a literal equation—part of which you can see below: To which we say: Huh? Luckily USA Today provided see more

Oh, These? They're Just Your New Summer Jeans

Your weekend wardrobe just got a new addition. Yes, of course you have plenty of jeans already, but it's doubtful you have a pair of Lean Deans from the Swedish denim brand Nudie Jeans because, well, they were released today. Keeping with the label's Nordic design ethos (clean with an emphasis on perfecting the details), the new fit is slim through the leg and tapers ever so slightly from the knee down through the bottom. And while—as the name implies—it's a lean fit, don't confuse that for skinny. Think of this as the Everyman's slim-fit. Denim nerds who are see more

Kanye West Gives Kim Fashion Tips, Is Ralph Lauren's Secret Son

For Kanye West, it's all about latex and lace-ups. At least that's the case when it comes to his curvaceous wallflower of a wife Kim Kardashian. In a lengthy profile in T: The New York Times' Style Magazine, the bombastic rapper talks about his high-profile marriage, how fatherhood has changed him, and his complicated history as a fashion designer, and is also caught giving his betrothed some serious fashion advice. "It went really good up at Adidas today," West told Kardashian and they chitchatted for a minute like any married couple. Then he paused, obviously listening to her. It see more

How J.Lo's Legendary Grammy Dress Created Google Images

Necessity really is the mother of invention. Just ask Google. Back in 2000, when J.Lo appeared in a green Versace dress with plunging neckline at the at the Grammy Awards, she stirred up a world of "necessity" in men (and a few women). So much so that the next day, Google Images was created to help satiate a public desperate for visuals, says Executive Chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt (via British Vogue). "People wanted more than just text," Scmidt told Project Sydicate. "This first became apparent after the 2000 Grammy Awards, where Jennifer Lopez wore a green dress that, see more

Apple Debuts New T-shirts Because Apple Watch Is Coming

Just don't call it a makeover. Apple employees have been issued new T-shirts to coincide with the April 24 release of Apple Watch, according to all-things-Apple website MacRumors (via Racked). The new shirt comes in a darker shade of blue—let's just call it navy—a far cry from the more bombastic shade (somewhere between royal and Dodger blue) that they're currently wearing. On the front of the crewneck T-shirt there is a small marking of the brand's signature logo, an apple with a bite taken out of it. Current head of retail (and former CEO of British luxury label Burberry) Angela see more

The NY Times Thinks Colored Beards Are a Thing. They're Not.

Oh Jesus. That's the general feeling one experiences when reading the latest New York Times feature claiming that men are—wait for it—dyeing their beards an array of colors and hues. "Yes, we are talking about the suddenly ubiquitous colored beard," writer Bee Shapiro claims and stretching the meaning of the word ubiquitous as far as it can go. "Numerous street-style sites, Instagram pages and Tumblr homages like The Bearded have been featuring stylish lads with rose whiskers and aqua stubble. There's also the occasional neo-hippie with a rainbow-hued imperial." The article goes on track the make believe trend by see more

Karl Lagerfeld's Cat Made $3.2 Million Last Year

Get ready to be really depressed: In an interview with The Cut, designer Karl Lagerfeld revealed his cat—cat—made $3.23 million last year. Yeah, let that one sink in for a minute. So there you are, with your fancy degree (that you paid for and may even still be paying for), and your carefully plotted career trajectory that may, fingers-crossed, turn you into a homeowner before you're a septuagenarian. Good for you. Because according to Lagerfeld, other than being fed, sleeping all day, and shitting, during 2014 his cat Choupette starred in a German car commercial and an advertisement for Japanese see more

E-tailers Yoox and Mr Porter Join Forces

Once rivals, now family—that's the tune being sung by e-commerce sites Yoox and Mr Porter this morning after the two companies announced that they'll be merging. It's no secret that Mr Porter has become a menswear destination since its launch in 2011, and it's among one of our go-to online shops. The site is owned by Net-a-Porter Group, the parent company that also owns the women's fashion powerhouse Net-a-Porter (launched in 2000) and also includes the discount site The Outnet. The new company will be called, aptly, Yoox Net-a-Porter Group and, according to Yoox, had combined revenues of $1.4 billion see more

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
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