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Come summertime, style is occasionally coupled with sweat, hence the preponderance of oft-inappropriate flip flops. Luckily, Johnny Tsiattalou has offered up a solution to an all-too common sartorial dilemma. Warmer weather calls for a little breatheability, hence the London-based designer's decision to perforate the sneakers in his Double Identity line of footwear. Using Converse Chucks as a base, Tsiattalou has added leather buckled straps and a bold, wraparound stripe, completing the new look with the aforementioned hole detail. 

April 17 2009 1:49 PM

Before you scoff at another Marc Jacobs' line, you'll do well to note that the Jacob by Marc Jacobs line about to hit stores actually has a purpose: the collection -- which features totes, t-shirts and wallets -- was all created by artists with disabilities, and all proceeds go to the Creative Growth Arts Center. Shopping for a purpose -- what could be better?

-- Seth Plattner
April 17 2009 12:52 PM

As illustrated in his new video/photo shoot with Nick Knight for SHOWstudio. Marc Jacobs, watch your back...

April 16 2009 11:46 AM

Unexpected, but cool? Eddie Van Halen's new sneaker line.

April 16 2009 11:45 AM

John Bartlett is upping the cool factor at Liz Claiborne. Bartlett is launching his first lower-priced line for the label this week. Look for classic pieces like the pictured navy utility jacket and Tim Hamilton-ish checkered shirt to hit his West Village store at economy-friendly prices ($178 and $69.50 respectively). And, if you're one of those mix-high-with-low kind of guys, the Liz Claiborne goods will be sold alongside Bartlett's runway collection, which retails for, well, runway prices. 
-- Seth Plattner
April 16 2009 11:43 AM
April 15 2009 7:56 AM

According to Twitter, Madonna will again bend and stretch for Louis Vuitton's F/W 09 campaign, shot by Steven Meisel, uh again. [Fashionolgie

Even though we have no idea when the next season will air, hopeful designers can submit their portfolios for the next season of Project Runway. 

April 15 2009 7:45 AM

Woe has the Western world been for the noticeable absence (bar New York City, of course) of Japanese minimalist superstore Muji. Until now

April 15 2009 7:43 AM
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