Fashion

We See What You're Doing With Brioni, Mr Porter

We've all woken up, walked to our closets and confronted the harsh reality that there's nothing to wear. Well, there's stuff to wear, but there's nothing new to wear. And on those occasions, wouldn't a shiny, new ready-to-wear look be nice? Of course it would. Luckily, Brioni launched some exclusives on Mr Porter today that solve that problem. see more
Fashion

A Stylish Way to Root for the World Series Underdogs, the Kansas City Royals

Even if you aren't a die-hard sports buff, it's tough not to get swept up (like the rest of the country, myself included) with the undeniable darlings of the moment, the Kansas City Royals. Because tonight, in the opening game of the World Series—it's their first time reaching the playoffs in 29 years—they're going for the crown. see more
Music

He Sings, He Acts, He . . . Designs? Adam Levine on His New Fashion Gig

Levine, wearing a tie-dyed sweatshirt from his Kmart line. Sure, he's the lead singer of one of the most successful bands in contemporary pop music, but Adam Levine is so much more than that. The reality—whether or not his haters (and there are many) want to admit it—is that the chiseled-jawed Maroon 5 frontman is, well, one of the most recognizable celebrities around right now. Much of that, of course, is because of his multi-year stint as a coach on NBC's The Voice, a venture that's likely already caused him to win over the heart of your mother, aunt, and see more
Fashion

Club Monaco Upgrades a Covetable Pair of Archival Saucony Sneakers

If you could bring back a pair of shoes you loved as a kid, wouldn't you? That's what Club Monaco's head of men's design, Aaron Levine, unveiled this week: an updated version of the Saucony sneakers he wore in the eighties. see more
Fashion

How Oscar de la Renta Taught Us to Be Better Men

Oscar de la Renta, who lost a long battle with cancer Monday night at the age of 82, was known around the world for the glamorous gowns he created for women. What's less talked about is the example he set for men. see more
Guest Blogger

The 10 Worst Halloween Costumes of 2014

You know how it is—every Halloween, when you show up to a party and it seems like a dozen people are all wearing the same very topical costume. One year it's Borat, the next it's Sarah Palin, or the rednecks from Honey Boo Boo. Don't be that guy (or girl). You're better than that. Halloween is a time to have fun, experiment, and do something creative. Don't half-ass it by going for the easy idea, buying a costume in a bag, or leaving it to the last minute so you have to get inventive with what's already in your closet. see more
Fashion

Why Designer Lucio Castro Prefers a Vintage Timepiece

In this edition of What's on Your Wrist, designer Lucio Casto on why he loves his vintage JeanRichard. see more
Celebrity

Thurston Moore Talks About His New Album, Sonic Youth, and Sound Experimentation

The past years have hardly been smooth for Thurston Moore: from the indefinite hiatus of Sonic Youth to his well-publicized split with his ex-wife and bandmate Kim Gordon to a subsequent relocation to London in what on the surface seemed like something resembling an escape move. Still, through it all, the guitarist has largely kept his head above water. So much so, he'll tell you, that he's now feeling a certain contentment he's never previously known. "A lot of the joy of the record has to do with a certain inherent happiness that was happening in my world, " he see more
Fashion

How a Camera Malfunction Became Fractured, a New Photo Book

Photographer Jeremy Kost has become known for his moody, sexually-charged photos that document chiseled models and habitués of the downtown New York club scene, images which were compiled into the books We Were All Innocent Once and It's Always Darkest Before Dawn. His latest outing, Fractured, builds upon a career that has focused on the male form, but, thanks to a happy accident, suffuses it with a meditative, dreamlike energy. see more
Music

A Brief History of the World's Most Controversial Opera

Since its premiere in 1991, The Death of Klinghoffer has been decried as anti-Semitic and as Zionist propaganda. That makes sense—the opera, created by composer John Adams and librettist Alice Goodman, is based on the 1985 hijacking of a cruise ship by the Palestinian Liberation Front and subsequent murder of 69-year-old wheelchair-bound American Jew Leon Klinghoffer. Tonight, New York City's Metropolitan Opera will mount a production that's already mired in controversy. "The really ironic and sad fact," Adams has said, "is that the content of this opera is more relevant in 2014 than it was even in 1991." • • see more
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