The Week in Fashion: Calvin Klein at the Super Bowl, DKNY goes 90s, Menswear For Dogs

The day's top five stories in fashion news.

The day's top five stories in fashion news.

Calvin Klein Underwear announced today that it will air its first ever Super Bowl ad this coming Sunday. A 15 second video clip can already be seen on YouTube. It appears to be an homage to the brand's iconic 90s underwear ads—because muscled men with zero percent body fat is exactly what we want to see when we're eating nachos, pizza, and beer. (Huffington Post)

Speaking of the 90s, downtown cool-mecca Opening Ceremony has ordered a reissue of 15 classic DKNY styles from the brand's early days, including puffer jackets, bold graphic tees, and the brand's signature New York skyline logo. We even spy a pair of DKNY 'guylons' in there (see below). The collection will be available in Opening Ceremony stores and online tomorrow, February 1. (Fashionista)

Brace yourselves for the most important thing to happen to menswear blogging in the history of the Internet: we give you, Menswear Dog. Yes, that's an innocent and insanely cute canine dressed up in Gant Rugger, J. Crew, and Club Monaco. (Menswear Dog)

Band Of Outsiders is hosting the most complicated, drawn-out yet amazingly awesome fashion show ever. The brand will pit two models against each other in a scavenger hunt all over Manhattan, with photographers following them along the way as they hunt for clues and change looks. Don't feel like chasing a pair of models around the city on their twelve-hour journey? Follow it on the label's website. (Band of Outsiders)

Ralph Lauren might show his menswear collection during Paris fashion week this summer—or he might not. Depends if he's feeling it. That's just how amazing and successful he is. (WWD)

Photo by Anthony Maule, courtesy of DKNY

—Todd Plummer

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