This morning WWD broke the news that Mr. Nick Wooster has joined our team.
The magazine also takes a sneak peek inside the shows in Paris.
Billy Reid reopens his Dallas store in the city’s Highland Village Park area.
Tom Hanks dances the weather, in Spanish.
Slate tracks down famous album cover stars of yore.
Selectism takes a look at the new Tennis Fashion book from Assouline.
The Chicane blog has an incredible new personality test…. having to do with Ferraris.
Tres chic Paris retailer Colette gets their own Aston Martin. When do we get our shot?
Bear Grylls, of Man vs. Wild fame, gives you tips on surviving Glastonbury.
Daria Werbowy takes a summery, sun-drenched sailing trip. And you thought supermodels lived a charmed life.
If you’re planning a boating adventure, take a page out of Erroll Flynn’s book.
Justin Vernon says the controversial Beth/Rest track on his new Bon Iver album was not intended to be ironic.
Viggo Mortensen and Michael Fassbender play Freud and Jung (respectively), and it’s not a comedy?
On the eve of the NBA draft, Arizona phenom Derrick Williams tells Esquire he’s going to have to get used to suits. Be sure to check back tomorrow for our tall-guy edition of Style School with 6’5″ Tyler Thoreson and 6’5″ Jared Flint finding coachable moments in the festivities.
Beware, models in Armani have been seeing falling from the sky.
Though this guy fell somewhat more rapidly.