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"I think that's what's so great about British fashion -- they always have a sense of humour and that's something we could afford to have a little bit more of here in the States."

-Anna Wintour on the difference between New York fashion and British fashion.

 

February 22 2011 7:31 AM

Another season, another rumor about designer Stefano Pilati leaving YSL. This time the rumor's genesis comes in the form of an 140 character blurb from @KenzoPR: Just heard BIG news about this being a certain designer at a French house's last season and being replaced by someone major!! Oy! We're getting news from Twitter now? 

February 22 2011 7:06 AM

Stop the presses! Justin Bieber cut his hair

The latest ad for Thierry Mugler's men's fragrance A*Men features the South African double-amputee runner Oscar Pistorius

February 22 2011 4:55 AM

Fashion, as it tends to do, has moved on. It has been whisked away from New York and has set up camp in London, where British designers are now showing their collections for editors and buyers.

February 21 2011 6:31 AM

When it comes to online shopping, it seems that just about everything is geared towards the gals. Sure, major retailers like Gap and J. Crew have terrific websites and accommodate their male clientele just fine, but when it comes to high-end designer duds, but dudes are out of luck.

February 21 2011 5:37 AM

 

February 18 2011 8:19 AM

Just about everyone knows that we here at OUT are obsessed with the reigning queen of fashion, Miss Anna Wintour. She's an industry-wide fascination, to be sure. So when we came across this post on The Hairpin titled 'Rumors I've Heard About Anna Wintour,' you know we had to find out. And thank goodness we did. It's hysterical, and it's nice to see others share out similar unhealthy obsession. 

February 18 2011 7:52 AM

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February 18 2011 6:52 AM

 

He works hard for the money, so he better get it right. Tony Ward, that is, in our March fashion story Man at Work. In it, we explore fashion's latest obsession: Men and their occupations. But we're not talking about the boring old bank jobs suitable for a bland suit and tie. We're talking about the other jobs -- be it mechanic or doctor or -- yes, really -- a fast food server (Thanks, Miuccia!). And with the legendary Tony Ward as our muse, you better belileve we played doctor, too.

February 17 2011 1:08 PM

Fashion sometimes seem like a far-off land of fantasy and excess that can leave ordinary Joes who want to look stylish but not overdone feeling confused and frustrated. Enter Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos, the designers behind Shipley & Halmos, where fashionable guys go for modern takes on classic pieces.

February 17 2011 7:43 AM
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