Where did the suit come from? Which city is the epicenter of male fashion? How can you define your style?
An investigation of the increasingly ubiquitous "Midtown Uniform."
The new contract is reportedly worth $300m over the next 10 years and was signed after Federer's deal with Nike expired in March.
Particularly students of color and those who identify as LGBTQ, according to experts.
Man, our lips are feeling really dry all of a sudden.
The team's sold-out-everywhere streetwear crossover enriched more than the tournament's style.
"People kill to get into these parties, like surely they they're not gonna let a man who doesn't exist into them?"
Whether it's because they don't offer inclusive denim options, or those sizes are online-only, our data show retail stores are ignoring 50% of American women.
When the fab five heard that there was a town called "Yass" they couldn't not go.
Getting to work by car, train, bus or subway can be an uncomfortable affair. The folks who brought you athleisure want to help.
More brides than ever before are buying secondhand wedding dresses — including me.
Trump asked the shelter's director "how I can help these children be reunited with their families as quickly as possible," according to the Washington Post — but her wardrobe told a different story.
When just about every company on the planet does a Pride collection, what makes for a meaningful one?
Shoes and suitcases are see-through now, but their message is as muddled as ever.
While it's important to caveat that many Americans still struggle to afford basic dental care, America remains the global epicenter and originator of cosmetic dentistry.
Watching a guy walk out with renewed confidence, feeling great about himself for the first time in a while, is pure magic.
Baggy blazers. Ugly sneakers. Light-wash jeans. Why do all these men look so dreadful?
Dr. Dustin Cohen has a sneaker collection, and a lab coat that's more of a bomber jacket. He's also got a thriving Beverly Hills dental practice, where he turns regular old teeth into custom works of art. Because these days, there's no bigger flex than a big, beautiful smile.
These people are so very casual about their investigations into a host of scary diseases like Ebola, rabies and anthrax.
Since skincare is typically considered a vain enterprise for women, it might come as a surprise that the extremely macho Alex Jones sells his own. But interest in skincare is booming, with projections that it'll grow to a $135 billion industry by 2021.
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