I guess even celebrity crushes are bound to disappoint us sometimes. More
Typically, I have little sympathy for men, especially when it comes to clothing and shoes. I mean, they don’t have to deal with the nonsense that I have to deal with as a femme lady, but I pity the fools … More
This is also one of those Photoshop of Horrors that creeps up on you. More
Judging by Twitter, even celebrities are starting to find Justin Bieber‘s lack of quality a bit annoying. More
If you enjoy men’s fashion, dogs, or any combination thereof, then you will almost definitely enjoy this blog. A shiba inu known only as Menswear Dog is making waves in the personal style blogging community, and he’s only three years old! Way to get one over on Tavi.
As you can see, Menswear Dog posts his sharp outfits regularly on his blog, along with all the info you need to get his look. According to his “about me” section, his interests include ”never washing his selvage denim, lurking around Soho for someone to notice his steez, and sniffing fine a$$ bitches.”
He’s only been blogging for a little over a week, but he’s already blowing up like crazy, with mentions in The Daily Beast, The Daily Mail, Jezebel, and now The Gloss. It’s only a matter of time before he gets his first endorsement deal and starts cranking out sponsored posts. So long as he avoids posing in front of any holocaust memorials, his future looks bright. Here are some of his best outfits. More
The eternally wackypants Yoko Ono has designed a menswear line for Opening Ceremony inspired by John Lennon‘s “sexy bod,” and what a menswear line it is. It’s got light-up jockstraps and nipple decorations and crotch decorations and cock and endless balls. Holy! Holy! Holy! The male bra and the mesh shirt and the butt hoodie are holy!
I asked my boyfriend, who is generally a dapper fellow, how he felt about the collection, and here’s what he had to say: More
What would Chuck Bass say?? More
Dolce & Gabbana are feeling “authentic,” a term you may not immediately associate with the brand (unlike “boobs” or “whiskered jeans”). For their Spring 2013 men’s Ready-To-Wear show, they traveled to an imaginary 1950s Sicily and presented a vast collection meant to realize the period. And inside all those voluminous retro proportions and horizontal striped pants, the Dolce boys cast real live Sicilians: 70 men and boys from around the island, not one of them a professional model. While much of the cast is clearly chiseled enough to moonlight on the catwalk, plenty more of them are strikingly normal, peculiar-looking and perhaps a little frightened. We must say, we kind of like seeing fantastical clothes on civilians, which removes much of the pageantry and adds a strange, welcome dose of (weird!) authenticity. More
Tom Ford‘s Spring/Summer 2012 lookbook is here and, for him, it’s actually kind of tame. There are no brawny Swedish triplets, no butt-buffing, no perfume strips coming out of butts. In fact, this lookbook is surprisely less butt-focused than usual for Ford. But there’s still lots of butts. Here’s some of them.
A note: this is NFSW. There’s a flash of nipple but people are variously undressed throughout.
While everyone else in Hollywood was busy with Golden Globes’ related-peacocking, a group of famous actors were in Milan for surprise appearances at the Prada Men’s RTW show. Not just any actors, though, legit actors: Gary Oldman closed. He was joined by Tim Roth, Willem Dafoe, and Adrien Brody along with a few new(er) kids Jamie Bell, Emile Hirsch, and Garrett Hedlund. “Dressed in severe coats evoking Eastern Bloc military dress” said WWD, the men strolled along a sprawling, carpeted runway in a show “dedicated to power” (massive eyeroll). Military coat after military coat gave way to much outlandish adoration in the fashion press.
We were going to let you know all that and just show you the actors, but after scrolling through the entire show, we have to admit we laughed out loud several times at the men (famous and otherwise). Please laugh with us and enjoy this slideshow. More
David Beckham and his look of blank concern will soon be gracing billboards in a major metropolitan area near you. More
What’s the worst thing you can put on a shirt? …Think harder. More
Brooks Brothers has a new face and, no, it’s not a strapping white man in Madras print named Tad.
Remember those ridiculous fur boots that cost $2700 and made it look like you killed Hobbes and stepped inside his broken body? Or the $18000 hand-painted flip-flops? Or (perhaps our very favorite) Missoni‘s $520 wax candle? Here at TheGloss, we love a good shock at outrageously priced goods, but this one make take the cake… More