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Well, this is exciting. For those of you who don't like dealing with the vicious shoppers at H&M, but still want to get their fingers on some of their knock-offs wares -- you're in luck. The megabrand is launching e-commerce. Knowing how ravenous US shoppers are, H&M's launch of an e-commerce sector alone should fix the unemployment rate. 

January 27 2011 9:44 AM

The boy's version of Vogue (in the way that we think of ourselves as the gay version of Guns & Ammo -- kidding!), GQ,  just announced their nominees for this year's  Best New Menswear Designers in America. Drumroll, please: 

January 27 2011 7:07 AM

Jean Paul Gaultier has always been a man of the moment. He knows how to both shock and awe an audience, to the point where in the nineties, people found his runway antics infuriating and crass. But, at his core, he has been a free-spirited designer who has a sharp eye and and a dexterous hand.

January 26 2011 1:21 PM

Tennis anyone?    

January 26 2011 12:07 PM

You just can't make this stuff up, folks. Apparently Lady Gaga, purveyor of all things weird, kooky, crazy, insane, bizarre, et al. is monetizing her pop stardom by launching a fragrance -- good for you girl! Make that money! But, dear readers, whatever will this scent smell like? Well, its not going to have base notes of florals with a touch of sandlewood, if you get our drift.

January 26 2011 10:36 AM

Get better, girl. Diane Von Furstenberg was hurt by "some Brazillian man, who could not ski" on a recent jaunt to the slopes with hubby Barry Diller. The designer, who obviously shows no signs of slowing, broke her nose. Get well, girlfriend, New York Fashion Week is only a few days away!

January 26 2011 4:30 AM

Swedish fashion label ACNE has quickly risen the ranks from trendy hundred-dollar-or-more jean company to a full-fledged lifestyle brand that has come to represent the effortless cool that accompanies being young (and Scandinavian). The brand hit on many of the trends that had emerged from both Milan and Paris, especially their particularly deft hand with proportions. Long jackets looks cape-like, but retained a restrained masculinity. T-shirts peeked through cropped knits in streetwear-inspired layers that looked insouciant.

January 25 2011 12:10 PM

"I think gay men make better designers."

-OUT's February cover boy to Interview Magazine

January 25 2011 10:50 AM

"People still just think Zoolander, and to come out with your pride and dignity intact is probably quite hard in this business. Now there are younger guys coming in who want to be models. I'm actually proud to say I'm a model now. You pay your dues of not being listened to, but now people are starting to say, 'Maybe this guy's onto something.'...Trust me to end up working in the only industry in the world where women get paid more than men, and treated loads better. We're trying to change that.

January 24 2011 9:49 AM
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