Questions for Guy Fieri, regarding his new line of men’s jewelry. Does this line include barbecue sauce, or barbecue sauce-flavored gems? If not, why? What about a container for hot sauce or a secret compartment for other choice condiments? Was your intention in creating the line to enable ladies to quickly and swiftly identify the d-bags in the room, or was that simply an unintended (but helpful) byproduct of your design? Get back to me, Guy. Thanks!
It must be difficult for the menfolk to figure out just how long to keep their sideburns. Too long, and they risk being mistaken for a member of a mid-’90s modern rock band. Too short, and we’ll assume you’ve been locked away in your parent’s basement with only your World of Warcraft to keep your warm. This genius chart will hopefully clear things up for the uninitiated. [Shmitten Kitten]
No seriously, your boyfriend saw these two hot studs maxing and relaxing in pajama jeans — replete with stone-washed effect and faux-ripped detailing — and told me to tell you that he craves that level of comfort, style and jazzy good times. [The Stir]
No Steve, it’s not because you never take your knit hat off and your hair smells like a combination of bacon grease and stale popcorn. No, it’s that you thought the perfect knit hat accoutrement would be another, tinier knit hat – for your ears. I would try using something like logic on you — but as stated above, such things won’t really work in this scenario. So that’s why we’re breaking up. I expect my knitting needles back ASAP. Thanks.
Yup, the fashion was pretty fabulous at today’s Fashion Forward fashion show. The event, hosted by former Rachel Zoe BFF Brad Goreski, benefited the Gay Men’s Health Crisis. And fans of men in skirts.
I’m kind of obsessed with this embarrassing photo of Bill Clinton and Al Gore from the ’90s. I happen to think the former president was, is, and always will be a stone cold fox. I refuse to be ashamed! Nothing is sexier than a man with brains, clout, and a history of infidelity. Am I right, ladies? Oh … is that Al Gore’s …. nevermind. [Buzzfeed]
Wondering what your high school boyfriend’s going to be wearing to Prom this year? Look no further than Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s new line of tuxedos, FLOW Formalwear. Goes great with your boyfriend’s bitchin’ Camaro and his enviable economy-size tin of Dep hair gel. In case you’re clamoring for more fine styles of The Sitch’s FLOW collection (you are, I see you), you’re in luck! He’s graced us with a bevy of additional model shots, all featuring his signature “I am the human embodiment of a testicle” facial expression. Check ‘em out after the jump. Now, if only I could find my corsage… Keep reading »
We can all agree that model poses are totally ridiculous. And as if you needed another example of just how stupid they are–here photographer Rion Sabean has taken a series of shots of guys in traditional dude get ups posed in traditional female model poses. Way to subvert the dominant gender paradigm, guys! Check out more in this slideshow… [Rion Sabean]
Men’s fashion trends are really hit and miss. Remember JNCO jeans, for example? Or button-up shirts with silver dragons printed across the back? So upsetting. Lately, though, men’s trends have been on point. From workboots to elbow patches, here is a roundup of some of the current men’s looks we’re loving. Keep up the good work, guys. And ladies — feel free to share your favorites in the comments!
How can you tell George Costanza is entering a room? From the little bit of light shining off his bald spot. Sure, it might not be the most desirable characteristic, but it made the otherwise-horrible George slightly endearing. So we were kind of shocked when, last week, actor Jason Alexander showed up to an event … with a full head of hair. The thing is, we know Jason in his natural state. And so can assume he must have done Hair Club For Men or some such thing. And still, with hair, he just doesn’t look right. [The Daily What]
This got me thinking—some guys are just meant to be bald. When they grow in hair, it just looks wrong. After the jump, prime examples.