Accessories brand MIANSAI by Michael Saiger has added yet another embellishment to the line — a retro Storemobile. A traveling 1958 Airstream is making its final pit stop today at Montauk's Ruschmeyer's hotel, where it'll reside for the rest of the summer, selling its complete collection of glasses, hats, and other trimmings. Need there be any other reason for a Road Trip? (MIANSAI)
Could there possibly be a more suitable location for Onassis Clothing than 30 Rock? We think not! With its international vibe (American influenced, European proportions, and Japanese tailoring), the brand has met its match in its second store — a 1500-square-foot space — that opens today. (Onassis Clothing)
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Who is hunky football star Tom Brady's unlikely doppelgänger? Well, check out the fall '12 cover of VMan to find out! (We're not spilling...) We'll just say this: the article is a must-read, with the sports celeb sharing deets about his childhood, his wife (a.k.a stunning model Gisele Bundchen) and his future. (Just Jared)
Ever wonder where Anna Wintour finds inspiration? Well, ponder no more! The Vogue Editrix has finally created a Pinterest account. We have to say that some of the pinned photos were not what we would've predicted. (NY Mag)
Now that famed soccer player David Beckham's toned bod has been forever preserved by H&M (in the form of Michelangelo-esque sculptures, no less), people have been flocking to them. The gimmick, which promotes the star's new line of skivvies, has apparently been promoting something else too—lingerie as outerwear. (Fashionista)
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Photo: Courtesy of MIANSAI by Michael Saiger.
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