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How to tell Emo from Screamo, and should one consume Jamgrass? Esquire offers this handy guide to the rapidly-fracturing music scene. Emo Avatar: Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba. Photo: Getty ImagesMarch 26 2007 6:39 AM
Kitsch lover James Lileks has assembled a smashing catalogue of the worst food photography of the past half-century. Just proves the importance of good lighting when putting on your next dinner party. Photo: Getty ImagesMarch 26 2007 5:04 AM
A women who doesn't wear perfume has no future.-Coco Chanel If you think about it, the only thing that separates me from the guy with the stinky foot and no teeth is a book deal and some cologne. -Augusten Burroughs Photo: Getty ImagesMarch 23 2007 12:22 PM
It would be hard to overstate the hope/hype/hubbub around Thom Browne, the designer who's been recruited to pep up Brooks Brothers.New York Magazine says Browne is "going to save the suit from extiction".March 23 2007 11:17 AM
Radar Online brings us this handy guide to the worst couture concepts in history, an excerpt from the boldly-titled book 5 People Who Died During Sex. We actually think codpieces are kinda cool...March 23 2007 7:12 AM
Maybe you got some direct-deposit action yesterday. Here are some unusual ways to spend it: Elephant poop stationery (thanks, Boing Boing) A table made of sticky notes (thanks, Popgadget) Digital photo frames (via apartment therapy)March 23 2007 4:46 AM
This is so validating! The buzz is that Gwyneth Paltrow, Drew Barrymore, and Kirsten Dunst all have placed orders for clothing items from the same chain store where I snag all my $29 dollar shirts off the discount rack!March 22 2007 1:07 PM
Just when you thought Bravo couldn't get any gayer...the cable station has begun an ad blitz for their newest reality competition - for aspiring hairstylists! Shear Genius' host will be Jaclyn Smith (can a walk-on by ex-Charlie's Angels costar Farrah Fawcett-Majors be far away? She does have a hairdo named after her, after all...)March 22 2007 9:23 AM
Wow. Big stuff in The New York Times' Thursday Styles today, including: A house visit with two New Yorkers who have foresworn toilet paper ("think of bowls of water and lots of air drying")... Blazers for basketball players... and: childrens' designer jeans that cost (gasp!) $140.March 22 2007 4:57 AM
How much shirt cuff should a man show from beneath his blazer's sleeves? The Sartorialist frets that "most men in America wear their shirts sleeves with way too much extra length in the arms," with Public TV's Charlie Rose a shining exception to that rule (depicted here in conversation with Rupert Murdoch). Click here for Sarto's guidelines for getting it just right. Photo: Getty ImagesMarch 21 2007 7:31 PM
Radar reports that choreographer Matthew Bourne (Edward Scissorhands, the all-male Swan Lake) is now planning Romeo, Romeo, a 100% man take on Prokofiev's ballet Romeo and Juliet. No word on which Romeo will get to be Montague, and which Caupulet. Photo: Getty ImagesMarch 21 2007 1:49 PM
Photo: Getty Images If you're in New York: The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria is presenting a "Fashion in Film Festival" until March 25. The fest includes familiar favorites like Unzipped and Chop Suey, as well as Lady with a Hat, a doc which tells the story of May Aubert, "who used her millinery skills during World War II to smuggle money from Norway into Canada."March 21 2007 9:07 AM