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Men, Bare Your Soles

There is too often an inverse relationship between the appearance of men's bodies and their feet. The more work dedicated to toning beautiful arms, abs, and glutes, the more damage—think blisters, calluses, ingrown toenails, and fungal infections—suffered by the feet. see more

Hot New Homes: Super-Narrow Houses

There are a few things in life that just shouldn't be slim—wallets, for one. But floorplans? For these chic pads, we'll make an exception. You wish you lived here. Location: Chelsea townhouse in Manhattan, New York Price: $9,985,000 Size: 6,624 square feet Key selling points: This renovated pre-war townhouse makes up for what it lacks in width with six stories of high-ceilinged suites, hardwood floors, and over-sized windows that let in natural light from both the north and south. Listing: Urban Compass see more

The Most Cringeworthy Moments in Sports History

It's funny how sometimes the most painful things to watch end up being the hardest to ever stop watching. Mark Sanchez's infamous butt fumble has been viewed millions of times. ESPN's uncomfortable interview with Andrew Wiggins was turned into a mesmerizing Vine. And every time Birdman speaks, our eyes are drawn immediately to the television screen. see more

The Power of the Fake ID

Brooklyn-based author Justin Taylor, the man behind the lauded collection of fiction, Everything Here Is the Best Thing Ever, shares a new unpublished story about getting a fake ID during his college days—and the havoc it wreaked. His new collection of stories, Flings, comes out this week. see more

The Porniest Ice Bucket Challenge Award Goes To...

In case you've been living under a rock for the past week, the newest social media movement currently trending involves dousing yourself in a bucket of freezing cold ice water in support of the ALS Association, known as the #IceBucketChallenge. Hockey player Sean Avery took it to the next level. see more
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Left Shoe Company Opens NYC Pop-Up Shop with 3D Scanning

Got two left feet? Not a problem if you're custom scanning them for made-to-measure shoes. Starting today, the LA-based Left Shoe Company is offering their 3-D scanning services to New Yorkers at a pop-up store for three days at 601 West 26th Street, Suite 1750. see more

How Accurate Are Fitness Tracker Devices?

The question: I'm constantly looking at my fitness tracker. But how much can I really rely on what it's telling me? The expert: Ray Browning, Ph.D., director of the Physical Activity Energetics/Mechanics Lab at Colorado State University The answer: It depends what, exactly, you're tracking and which brand you're wearing. see more

What's On Your Wrist: Bespoke Post's Rishi Prabhu and His New York Find

IN THIS EDITION of What's On Your Wrist, subscription box service Bespoke Post Co-Founder Rishi Prabhu shares one his favorite watch finds from a upstart brand in New York. see more

Snail Sludge, Bee Venom and Other Weird Ingredients in Your Skincare Products

If you think you know your grooming products, think again. Long gone are the days when name-checking the likes of essential oils, vitamin C, and retinol were enough to make us feel well-informed about what we were slathering on our faces. Now even the most dedicated product junkie will be surprised—no, let's say shocked—to learn how far skincare brands are going in the name of good face. Here, five of the most unusual ingredients we've discovered—and if you're up for trying something new, a selection of products you can find them in. see more

A Label to Watch: BRAND8

We'll make this easy for you—before you even attempt to tackle the onslaught of nonstop lookbooks in your feed, start here: newish Danish label BRAND8 has appeared out of nowhere and (quietly) raised the bar with its SS15 lookbook. see more
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