This Week in Fashion: Saint Laurent at the Superbowl, Shaq Makes "Sexy" Suits, and More

The Broncos may have blown it, but Bruno Mars scored points in head to toe Saint Laurent at the Superbowl Half Time Show.

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The week's top stories in fashion news.

The Broncos may have blown it, but Bruno Mars scored points in head to toe Saint Laurentat the Superbowl Half Time Show last weekend. According to Racked, the tall-haired singer's blingy gold tuxedo jacket—part of Hedi Slimane's Fall '14 collection—along with his sleek trousers and shoes cost a grand total of $5,830. (Racked)

Big news for big dudes: Peerless Clothing tapped Shaq to headline its new mens collection. Made up of sport jackets and suiting separates, the line will come in regular as well as big n' tall sizes, and be sold exclusively at Macy's. As the basketball legend told WWD, "I wanted something that would make me look sexy." Us too, Shaq. Us too. (WWD)

After a whopping 77% increase in quarterly sales, newly minted billionaire Michael Kors is making a push for menswear. In the next two years, the brand will appoint a new president for its menswear business and launch new fragrances and watches. If nothing else, you can get your mom a bag or something while you're in the store checking out all the new stuff. (WSJ)

As if you needed another reason to shop from your couch, Mr.Porter has unveiled a small but awesome collection of exclusive pieces from English designer (and cult favorite), J.W. Anderson. Brace yourself as hordes of #menswear bloggers fill your feed with pics of dark navy anchor logo sweatshirts. (Stupid Dope)

—Blair Pfander. Follow her at @blairpfander.

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