Bluefly "Tailored" for Men; Marc Jacobs the next Andy Warhol?; Gen Arts Who's Who; White Shoes for Summer

5.20.2008

By Seth Plattner

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Not that anyone really cared that Bluefly was a unisex website, but it's still nice to see the launch of The Tailor, a site outfitted specifically for us dapper men who still love a bargain on a good suit.  [The Cut]

Despite his party lifestyle, his non-stop art collaborations, his bed-hopping, and his self-obsession, Marc Jacobs claims he is not, in fact, the next Andy Warhol.  Interview magazine begs to differ (and I might too).  [WWD]

Speaking of MJ's wishy-washy sex life, it seems he's back with Jason Preston...for now. [Queerty]

Tonight is the GenArt's 10th Anniversary Styles Fashion and Awards show (sponsored by Botox no less), which will promise to feature a number of worthy up-and-coming designers, including Hyden Yoo.  Considering he started his line with $50,000 he won on Fear Factor after sucking a goat's teat (all in a days work, right?) I think he deserves a shot. [Material Interest]

We are fast approaching that short-lived time span when white is officially fashion friendly.  As Memorial Day looms, here are a few ivory footwears to keep you looking spic and span all summer--and thereafter if you so choose. [Refinery 29]

-- SETH PLATTNER

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