Shark Week Fashion


Espadrilles and checked shorts find new life at Dolce & Gabbana.

The Fourth of July. Memorial Day. Shark Week.  Some holidays just bring out one’s inner patriot.


Tiger of Sweden sets sail with a take on the Greek fisherman’s cap.

In honor of Discovery’s celebration of the ocean’s most fearsome fellow, which kicks off today, we’re looking back at the best seafaring fare from the latest round of men’s shows.


Among Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s tide turn at No. 21 was this anchor intarsia knit.

Get into the drink with these looks above!  Repeat viewings of Jaws optional, though heartily encouraged.
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Were the tentacles seen on Antonio Marras' blazer those of an octopus, or something more mythical from 20,000 leagues under the sea?

Were the tentacles seen on Antonio Marras’ blazer those of an octopus, or something more mythical from 20,000 leagues under the sea?

1957 Magazines


The 1950’s were certainly a more glamorous time than the present.  o-BAZAAR-570When you simply glance at a cover of a 1950’s magazine, it suddenly becomes apparent how gorgeous the fashion of that era were.  It takes the gals at Filthy Rebena a long time to flip through the pages – seduced by contemporary fashions in vivid, Kodachrome-worthy colors.

What we adore about these particular photographs is the wanderlust vibe they still bring to the eye.  As the 1950’s economy boomed in the fashion World, traveling was becoming more affordable.  Travel and ethnic themes began to influence fashion and echo through consumer goods in a big way.

It’s no wonder that these glossy pages are still inspiring our closets and our wanderlust souls.