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With Memorial Day passed, Levi's is breaking out the white for fashion and progress alike. In New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago stores all of the mannequins are not only wearing white clothing, but also have the White Knots ribbon attached to their jeans symbolizing solidarity with the same-sex marriage movement. [NYT]

May 27 2009 7:08 AM

Everyone's favorite rock n' roll menswear designer gave a few minutes to answer some random question for The Fashion Informer, tackling those burning queries about salty v. sweet (salty, he prefers), what he eats for lunch (sushi apparently), and his favorite holiday (Thanksgiving -- aw!). A few more gems from the interview:

May 26 2009 11:48 AM


May 26 2009 10:45 AM

Mark this is as one of the most horrifically genius collaborations: Supreme and Budweiser. Everything from t-shirts to bags to hats gets emblazoned with the most American-of-American beer's label, making for a capsule collection that is as tragic as it is awesome. 

May 26 2009 10:05 AM

Emerging trend alert: designer bicycles. 

May 26 2009 8:50 AM

Marc Jacobs is giving the New York economy his own little jolt of support with his new collaborative hat collection with LES fave Still Life. Each and every hat is made entirely in New York, with everything besides the straw material also being produced in New York. The hats are perfect summer ditties in subdued colors and cropped bills -- way more simplistic than what you would normally find at Still Life, but stylish nonetheless. They'll go on sale next week in Marc Jacob's NYC boutique. 

May 26 2009 8:49 AM

Model Citizen: Chris

May 25 2009 8:00 PM

While the clothes are the main focus of any look book, the gorgeous male models run a close second. For their F/W 2009 look book, though, Ca$hmere instead sought to do away with chiseled cheek bones and coifed hair in favor of...your favorite cartoon character's heads? Eye-catching, yes. Creative, sort of. Freaky, undoubtedly. See the complete look book here

May 21 2009 6:44 AM
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