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The purveyor of polos and flannel, Abercrombie & Fitch, is set to bring back its magalog, A&F Quarterly. Out of print in the U.S. since 2003, the quarterly features A&F clothes and scantily clad models. How scanty? Let's just say the idea of an A&F magazine isn't the only thing cheeky.

June 25 2010 2:22 PM

2(x)ist's Tribute to Keith Haring

June 25 2010 11:53 AM

Agency: Request Models

Photographed by Ryan Pfluger at Brooklyn Photo Studio

June 24 2010 8:00 PM

June 24 2010 1:48 PM

Photo: Field & Stream

We really can’t think of a single thing about this that isn’t slightly distasteful in these tough times -- not to say cruel. But still, we love how Frenchie artist Hubert Duprat found his way into the super-macho Field & Stream mag, of all places, and we love a bit of flashy, bejeweled sculpture.

June 22 2010 9:30 AM

Burberry announces that it will launch Burberry Acoustic, a collaboration with British artists across multiple Burberry experiences through the attitude and energy of music. All artists will be chosen by Christopher Bailey, Burberry Chief Creative Officer.

June 18 2010 11:51 AM

Art directors/skinny fashion folks/Calvin Klein will be weeping with delight when they learn that scientists have come up with a new fabric that will make what we previously thought was black look positively gray. Top brains at Norfolk State University in Virginia have worked out how to make a “metamaterial” that is perfectly black, and reflects none, or virtually none, of the light that lands on it.

June 14 2010 12:56 PM

Photo courtesy of BBC

June 10 2010 5:52 AM

Paying homage to the florescent hair dos of punk rockers, PRO-Keds and Opening Ceremony have continued their ongoing collaboration with a new line of low-tops that are sure to turn heads (and maybe replace the need for reflectors on your bike pedals). Providing further tribute to the 1970s British subculture attire and simultaneously answering the prayers of rave-goers worldwide, these neon kicks will certainly keep you from “sneaking up” on anyone, anywhere.

June 09 2010 11:11 AM