From the runway to the rack, Out is the leading authority on gay fashion. Discover the latest trends, looks, accessories, and more shown off on the hottest male models. See fashion fresh from the runway, learn the rules of gay style from Out’s sartorial experts, and learn how gay designers have shaped the fashion industry around the world.

Alexander Wang
's Soho flagship store now includes a huge hamster cage. How....chic....?

May 06 2011 5:30 AM

Often thought of as the intellectual's designer label, Comme des Garçons is at times perplexing, ugly, garish, confusing, repulsive, kitschy, quirky but always totally amazing. Designer Rei Kawakubo doesn't care about making pretty frocks for socialites, she cares about making interesting, thought-provoking clothing. And the clothes can cost a pretty penny, too. 

May 05 2011 8:00 AM

After four years at the company as executive vice president of Gap Global Design for Adult and Body, the charming and totally cute Patrick Robinson, "is out," says WWD. Pam Wallack, head of the Gap Global Creative Center in New York is quoted as saying, "“After spending the last three months in New York with the creative team, I’ve made the decision to make a change within our Gap Adult design team.” Robinson strived to reinvent the company's image, including the in

May 05 2011 7:37 AM

"She's a naughty girl -- but you've got to have a few naughty girls." 

-former model and actress Jean Shrimpton to The Guardian on model Kate Moss (via The Moment/NYT) 

May 05 2011 6:15 AM

Jennifer Lopez sure knows how to show off her best ASSets. 

Marc Jacobs shows his support of marriage equality in the storefront of his Bleeker Street store, featuring not one, but two blushing brides. 

May 05 2011 5:30 AM

We're not sure what it is about Club Monaco, but lately their clothing has been consistently amazing. We swung by their store the other day and it was filled with nautical delights to make sure you look fresh from the yacht all summer -- very "bohemian artist in the South of France on holiday" -- but today we received our first glimpse at what the company has in store for fall.

May 04 2011 9:26 AM

For their spring exhibition, the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute has chosen to examine the work of British designer Alexander McQueen, who took his own life in February of last year. The exhibition -- which we were able to preview yesterday -- is under the direction of curator Andrew Bolton and examines the main themes that McQueen explored during his illustrious career.

May 04 2011 8:00 AM

The scene outside Barneys. 

Vogue editor Hamish Bowles stopped by in his finest McQueen ensemble. 

Guinness as she emerges from her dressing chamber to show the crowd what she will be wearing to the Gala. 

A festive voyeur gets into the McQueen spirit. 

May 04 2011 6:57 AM

This picture has been making the rounds on Tumblr and appears to be a candid moment of the royal princes getting either fitted for their wedding attire, or preparing for the wedding. But what interests us most is what appears to be a scantily clad Prince Harry off to the right -- guess boxer-briefs are his underwear of choice. Remember ladies (and gents), he's still on the market.  


May 04 2011 6:30 AM