New Features

Editors'
Picks

kelly oreilly

Results: 1 - 7 of 7
The Daily Details

The Rebel Engraver: How 100-Year-Old Terrapin Stationers Stays on Top by Breaking All the Rules

Celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, Terrapin Stationers & Engraving Co. stands as one of New York's most inspiring small-business stories. Despite losing 75 percent of its revenue in a single year after the economy took a dive, this family business has not only stayed alive but is thriving, thanks to owner Ted Harrington's ingenuity and irreverent spirit. read more
Wed, 10/30/13 AT 6:00PM
The Daily Details

Tales From the Front Row of the 2(X)IST Underwear Runway Show

The whole point of a runway show is to offer that close-up, firsthand look at a garment, no matter how small. What goes into presenting so little? In the name of journalistic curiosity, I decided to find out. read more
Thu, 10/17/13 AT 1:30PM
The Daily Details

Foreign Correspondent: Parisian Owners of Chic Shop FrenchTrotters on the City's Best New Menswear Designers, Stores, and Restaurants

Native Parisian Clarent Dehlouz opened the first FrenchTrotters store in the Bastille area with his wife, Carole, in 2005, at a time when, according to Clarent, the local retail scene was "quite poor." We asked them about what's going on in fashion and food in Paris right now, and to share some of his favorite spots in the city with us. read more
Sun, 10/13/13 AT 8:00AM
Style & Advice

From Loincloths to Linen Suits: A Leading Style Historian Traces Fashion's Past, Present, and Future

Plus, why men love to get naked, fashion's current "Versailles moment," and the history of style from way back in cave-man days (and so much more). read more
The Daily Details

Foreign Correspondent: Where to Shop and How to Find the Best Tamales in Mexico City

This week's style report comes to us from Bernardo Lopez Morton, a Mexico City-native and owner of boutique menswear shop 180 Grados. read more
Thu, 08/22/13 AT 12:00PM
Style & Advice

Sunglasses: A Brief History and How to Choose the Best Frames for Your Face

A look back at how shades became a staple in men's wardrobes and tips on picking the right pair. read more
The Daily Details

Foreign Correspondent: Melinda Gloss' Rémi de Laquintane on Paris Style and Nightlife

n 2009 Rémi de Laquintane founded Melinda Gloss with fellow philosophy classmate Mathieu de Ménonville. Just a year later the duo opened their first shop in their Paris' Marais neighborhood, followed by a second shop in 2013 in Saint Germain. The label pulls off a balancing act between sharp silhouettes in fine materials and careful manufacturing in France and Italy with an upbeat aesthetic in refreshingly vibrant colors--and a cultural focus based on their self-described "outsider's approach in the industry, hosting the "Fashion Meets Cinema" series with Carlotta Films. Here, de Laquintane talks about the current state of menswear in the fashion capital, as well as five of his favorite weekend spots to hit in his hometown. read more
Fri, 06/07/13 AT 2:30PM
Results: 1 - 7 of 7
Subscribe to Details
Powered By ZergNet
Details Newsletters
  • Get the latest in men's style, grooming, diet, fitness and pop-culture trends every Wednesday. See Sample
I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its User Agreement, and Privacy Policy.