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Truman Says

"There was this time when we were still living in our studio, and some big important magazine was coming to see the collection for the first time. We were such messes back then and hadn’t realized the clocks had changed an hour back. It was early morning and we were doing the final lint-rolling still in our pajamas (read: underwear!) thinking we were totally on time, when the elevator door opened and the editor-in-chief of the magazine walked in. There we were, lint-rolling half-naked. We were mortified."

 

April 14 2011 10:30 AM

Tom Ford's latest perfume ad is expectedly race-y and -- ahem -- cheeky. 

 

April 14 2011 7:10 AM

Rumor has it that Michelle Obama may have dropped her latest stylist Meredith Koop, who allegedly stepped in only earlier this year.  

Is Christophe Decarnin going to be replaced by an unknown at Balmain? And, PS., where the heck is he? 

April 14 2011 5:30 AM

On Monday, on an unexpectedly, yet very welcome, temperate day the folks from Banana Republic showed their fall 2011 collection. Taking place at New York's elegant and hip Bowery Hotel, guests were greeted with flutes of champagne, friendly, easy chatter and live music from the band A Fine Frenzy -- featuring the sprite-ly vocals of Alison Sudol. They cited warm, autumnal colors, seperates with layered simplicity, and subtle equestrian references as their inspiration.

April 13 2011 11:10 AM

April 13 2011 7:06 AM

Morning Cheat Sheet: Snoop Dogg and David Beckham Design Kids Clothes, Alexander Wangs Opulent Digs, Reese Witherspoon Talks Smack

April 13 2011 6:28 AM

In the past few years, J. Crew has managed to re-brand itself as a hip, contemporary clothing brand with vision and enterprise, and excellent taste to boot. Once a bland Polo Ralph Lauren Xerox, the company now sparkles, enough so that it caused a melee when it announced that it would be going private late last year. 

April 12 2011 12:26 PM

Online shopping is sometimes a like a perilous game of craps. A lot is at stake, chiefly your money and your appearance, two of the most important factors in a man's life. So when it comes to shopping online, we tend to be a bit conservative. We tend to stick with shoes, accessories or re-orders of clothing we already own and are familiar with the fit. The last thing we would ever want to buy online is a suit. The particulars of fit and the excessive price just makes it too risky, plus the hassle of returning it if it doesn't work makes us throw up our hands and think, "Oy! Forget it!"

April 12 2011 10:43 AM

Androgynous modeling sensation Andrej Pejic attended an event with a questionable hair situation sitting atop his noggin.

The slow, excruciating death of the dinner jacket. 

April 12 2011 5:30 AM

Burberry's April Showers Hint of Spring

April 11 2011 3:10 PM
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