Clinique Skin Supplies for Men Targets Wrinkles; Tom Ford's New Eyewear; Harry's of London Goes Online; Diddy's "Viagra"
May 19 2008 7:41 AM EST
February 05 2015 9:27 PM EST
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Although I started moisturizing when I was 14 and can confidently say it's helped my skin stay young and fresh, that doesn't mean my eyes aren't peeled for the next miracle anti-aging product. (Someone actually told me I was too old for them over the weekend. I don't want to talk about it). Clinique Skin Supplies for Men is set to launch an anti-aging line in September. [DNR]
Tom Ford is sexy as all hell, which means he get can get away with a lot. But $2,200 sunglasses? At that price they better come with a five-course meal and some, ahem, dessert from the man himself. [Material Interest]
Harry's of London, known for their rakishly stylish British footwear, opens up shop online for the first time. [Material Interest]
Diddy tells CBS News that his label, Sean Jean, is "fashion Viagra." He continues: "I've had 40 year-old men tell me that once they started wearing Sean Jean, everything changed for them, [including] their sex life." He assumes for the better--we're skeptical. [Perez Hilton] -- SETH PLATTNER