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Ch-Ch-Ch-Channing: Ladies and gentle-queens, let’s face it: we’re all a little obsessed with Hollywood heartthrob Channing Tatum. He’s giving you face for days, body-ody-ody-ody and swag appeal so potent your panties drop just from the thought of his sizzling personality. But, do any of you remember him when he was a young male fashion model? 

Leave it up to respected fashion journalist Tim Blanks to dig up some precious footage of a then 21-year old Tatum. It’s all captured in a new Style.com web series titled TBT (as in Throwback Thursdays). Blanks interviews Tatum backstage at Neil Barrett’s first ever menswear show, chatting about career goals and Kate Moss. 

RUGGED REMIX: Get into Alexander Wang’s menswear collection for Fall 2014. Think urban street-wear updated with a high dosage of sophistication.

(via thebookofdaveed)

stylistry:

Louis Vuitton Is On The Marc: Fashion designer Marc Jacobs has always been a successful commercial fashion designer, whose career has spanned more than a decade at Louis Vuitton. Pretty much like all the collections he has designed, his menswear collection for spring/summer 2012 (also designed by Kim Jones) seems ready to ring in the cash.

gqeye:

Hot damn was the J.Crew Fall 2011 preview good. Here’s one of GQ’s favorite looks from the presentation.

gqeye:

Adam Brown, the guy behind Orlebar Brown’s classic trim-cut trunks, shares his 10 beachside indispensables.

Fashionably Loud: If Jil Sander’s menswear show had the best sounding soundtrack this week then Prada’s Fall/Winter 2011-12 men’s runway show had the loudest and possibly most obnoxious. Judas Priest blasted through speakers as gaunt male models dressed in nerdy get-ups swiftly made their way through an impressive, multi-tiered maze of a runway. It seemed like Miuccia Prada was going for loud this season—jarring music, ostentatious runway. But, she seemed to turn down the volume in her designs. Having had produced a few outstanding men’s collections within the past couple of seasons, let’s just hope she turns up the volume for Spring/Summer 2012.

Factory Floor, "Lying"

This catchy tune by the band Factory Floor closed the Fall 2011 Jil Sander menswear show yesterday. The show’s entire soundtrack was amazing thanks to Trent Reznor’s soundtrack for The Social Network playing throughout the entire show.

Album: Factory Floor, Unititled

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Tommy Ton’s Street Style: Florence

Our street-shooting man shows us what Pitti Uomo’s most stylish men are bringing.

La Dolce Vita: If you like watching an endless parade of hot male models walking to a repetitive dance beat then you’re either a horny gay man or a horny female teenager obsessed with fashion. Or in any other case, you’re just a curious onlooker who happened to stumble upon today’s live streaming of Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall/Winter 2011-12 menswear show. 

Behind-the-Seams: Ever wondered what it’s like putting together one of those sexy Dolce & Gabbana ads you’ve seen in every fashion magazine? Well, you’re wait has come to an end. Check out this video to witness the making of the Italian brand’s spring/summer 2011 ads for their menswear collection. Mamma Mia!

Only 167 More Days Till Summer!

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"Last night, the designer Billy Reid had been voted the winner of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winner for 2010." - Stuart Emmrich

Billy Reid

Billy Reid, the winner of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winner for 2010, and his wife Jeanne Reid. 

With magazines, you don’t really express yourself; you express a corporate vision, you express the vision of Conde Nast. It’s not really your point of view. You can’t say in the magazine what you really like, it’s all a very political vision. So I thought, maybe I should spend some time and energy to finally have my little voice, and now it’s happening.

Notoriously campy fashion editor Anna Dello Russo discussing her career journey with Christopher Michael for Models.com.

Photography by Rad Hourani for Models.com.

I can feel it in the autumn air!

Left: Plaid shirt by Gant Rugger, chambray shirt by Polo Ralph Lauren and cargo pants by Brunello Cucinelli. Right: Jacket by Steven Alan, popover shirt by Gant Rugger, plaid shirt by Gant Rugger, trousers by New England Shirt Company, hat by J. Press.

prepidemic:

Fall style guide is here!

http://tinyurl.com/24v53n5

"Audrey Hepburn eyes up Cary Grant in Charade and voices her view: “Do you know what’s wrong with you?” she asks. “No, what?” he replies. “Nothing,” she says. Then again, there was only one Cary Grant." - Vanessa Lawrence

Audrey Hepburn eyes up Cary Grant in Charade and voices her view Do you know whats wrong with you she asks No what he replies Nothing she says Then again there was only one Cary Grant

Photo By Universal/Courtesy Neal Peters Collection for WWDMen

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