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All The RageMany of the spring and summer 2012 men's collections that hit the runways of Milan and Paris over the last two weeks have referenced the sporting life, from leisure-time pursuits (such as Prada's golf moment) and the upcoming London Olympics......
All The RageIf you appreciate all things preppy, it's time to bust out your best pink and green, slip on your boat shoes, pile into the Jeep Wagoneer and head for the Grove shopping center. That's because the Tommy Hilfiger Prep World......
Text is relatively rare on Nick Wooster's eponymous Web site; just shot after intriguing shot of clothing, people, attitude, culture. And that's as it should be. For Wooster has made his mark focusing on the visual. Fashion adviser to Gilt MAN and its...
They call it the "nerd's ball," but the Washington correspondents' dinner on Saturday was anything but, with a dazzling array of Hollywood stars brightening things up. Katy Perry, Hayden Panettiere and Barbra Streisand mingled with grizzled journalism...
Downtown Los Angeles isn't the most hospitable place for dandies. The knot of business towers and lofts, saturated with mass-market or Santee Alley-style emporiums, is a wasteland for upscale retail. "It's criminal," sniffed Matthew Allnatt of the...
No critic could find fault with how first lady Michelle Obama looked in her ruby-colored Jason Wu gown and freshly cropped bangs at the inauguration balls. She radiated warmth and sophistication, and the red velvet and chiffon halter-top design...
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South African "Blade Runner" Oscar Pistorius has been dropped as the face of Thierry Mugler's A-Men fragrance. Not unexpected, since Olympian Pistorius has been charged with murder in the shooting death of his girlfriend on Valentine's Day, which he has...
Los Angeles TimesNEW YORK — The quintessential Ivy League look, born on college campuses more than a century ago and epitomized by tweed jackets, seersucker suits, khaki trousers and button-down oxford-cloth shirts, hit the peak of its popularity in the mid-1950s,...
Tags: Museums, Ralph Lauren, Japan, Human Interest, Entertainment
Los Angeles TimesPARIS — When it came to theatrics, the Paris leg of the recent menswear shows was as full as the generously cut trousers that filled the runways. And, though the designers in Milan and Paris don't always mine the same trends, for fall/winter 2011...
Los Angeles TimesThe showing of the major men's fall-winter 2011-12 European collections, which this season run Jan. 15 to 18 in Milan and Jan. 19 to 23 in Paris, are the traditional opening salvo in a seemingly endless globe-spanning fashion marathon that doesn't wind...
Tags: Adam Kimmel, Health, Television, Christian Lacroix, Halloween
Los Angeles TimesNEW YORK — As it gets ready to enter its 10th year, the Band of Outsiders brand has just about become the ultimate fashion insider. In June, founder and creative director Scott Sternberg presented his menswear collection in Paris for the first time...
For holiday parties, today's sophisticated man can take a cue from runways and red carpets by choosing tuxedos for formal occasions or components thereof for more casual events. Fashion designers, obsessed as they are these days with all manner of...
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