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Uniqlo Launches a Facebook-Based Street Style Site

When Uniqlo opened in New York, suddenly everyone had a place to shop for affordable, well-made jeans and tops. But, as with with anything in this city that is stylish and affordable, those pieces quickly became ubiquitous, leaving fashionistas to pair the store's basics with their own accoutrements. To celebrate this exploration of style, Uniqlo -- a company that has long been a proponent of new...

Esquire Lists Mark Zuckerberg Among 2010's Worst-Dressed Celebrities

It's pretty clear that Mark Zuckerberg has about zero interest in wearing anything outside of his trademark, t-shirt/jeans/hoodie ensemble. But Esquire, for one, thinks the Facebook CEO should seriously consider investing in some new threads. The magazine recently listed Zuck among the worst-dressed celebrities of 2010, ranking him alongside Robert Pattinson and John Mayer in its '2010...

Design Concepts: Future Fashion

Share The Web is teeming with the unrealized ideas of both students and established designers who set out to produce astonishing renderings and prototypes for unusual products. Unfortunately, due to the lack of time, money, or technology, many of those products never progress from the planning stages to the mass market. But that doesn't mean we can't salivate over them, nevertheless. ...

Gift Guide: HP Beats Laptop

HP Beats Laptop (Media Hound, Under $2,500) It's rare that a PC laptop makes even Mac owners look twice, but look twice at the above photo. See? The 15-inch black-and-red stunna -- essentially an HP Envy with a Beats by Dr. Dre veneer -- has a lot in common with the MacBook Pro, actually: the chiclet keyboard, the buttonless, multitouch trackpad, the slim, bezel-etched design, even the...

Gift Guide: Samsung GO Netbook

Samsung Go N310 Netbook (Style-o-phile, Under $500) A secret about good design: Beveled edges are always a win. But weighing under three pounds, coming in four rubberized colors, and boasting a battery life of about nine hours helps as well. We took this little guy to NY's Fashion Week, and the fast start-up time, large pebble keyboard, and crisp, LED background display made onlookers a little...

Gift Guide: Freehands Texting Gloves

Freehands Texting Gloves (Earth Lover, Under $50) Smoking gloves are so passé, not to mention, environmentally-unfriendly. Texting gloves, on the other hand (pun intended), are like the 2009 version of the foldback-mittens (the simple, removable finger piece, above, means you can keep on texting regardless of the weather). Keeping digits toasty while shooting off a text is actually...

LED Eyelashes Brighten Eyes... Unnaturally

Down in the dumps? Got a bad case of the Recession blues? Pints of Chunky Monkey and Gilmore Girls reruns not doing the trick anymore? Don't worry, ladies, a newly released cosmetic device may finally bring back that certain "twinkle" in your eye. Designer Soomi Park's latest eyelash accessory features LED technology that brighten up the eyes of the wearer. The coolest thing, besides being able...

Nooka Founder Matthew Waldman Talks Watch Design

Back in the late '90s, when brand designer and specialist Matthew Waldman waited for a client, he passed his time like anyone, looking at the clock. Waldman, who has always been fascinated by object meaning and form, was struck by the strangeness of the dial. The clock make-up didn't seem natural; minute and hour hands wouldn't make sense to anyone who didn't know how to tell conventional time. ...

Make Time Fly With Hyper-Color Pop Watches

As more and more handheld gadgets come equipped with time-telling capability, watches seem almost pointless these days -- except for when they're hyper-colored, super-digital, electrifying art for the wrist. The sun may have set on summer, but the dark days of fall and winter ahead means we'll want to keep things bright, so check out our selection of 12 day-glo, pop watches (six for men,...

What Comes After iPhone? Mobiles Made of Wood and Stormtroopers.

The iPhone may be a failure in Japan, but the country sure loves its clamshell-style, flip phones, among other non-smartphone-styles, which is why the annual CEATEC show in Tokyo is often a treasure trove of innovative, stylish, and sometimes just plain way-out mobiles. Some are finished products that have just come to market, while others remain concepts that will eventually turn into a...

Fashion Week on Twitter Gives You Front-Row Coverage, in Real Time

Skip the lines, the hassle, the irritated guest list protectors, the paparazzi, the underfed and the overdressed. Fashion Week in New York is a rollicking good time, as long as you aren't actually there. Thanks to Twitter, though, blooming fashionistas don't actually have to show up. Media outlets ranging from Racked.com to the New York Times have finally started to use the micro-blogging site...

Twitter's Models Bring 140-Character Style Tweets to Fashion Week

September in New York. The leaves begin to turn, shorts are traded for pants, and the entire city stops for one week -- Fashion Week, that is. The yearly chic charade keeps bloggers in business, but it's not only writers who take to the Net. Models -- usually only known for their vapidness and abilities to sit, lounge, walk and look pretty -- are just as avid tweeters and updaters as are...

The 'Matrix' Merovingian's Tie, and Other Sci-Fi Styles

For tie-wearers who abide by the fashions of geek chic, the ultimate is most certainly the Ediety Knot, unofficially titled the "Merovingian knot" due to its being worn by the French hedonist in the 'Matrix' trilogy. Known as being incredibly complicated and definitely suave, this how-to video breaks down the knot so anyone can imitate the slick rogue 'program' with a taste for French expletives....

Personal Online Shopping Service Caters to Lazy Men

It's no big secret that men hate shopping. The experience is a bit like the Goldilocks tale, except there is no "just right" ending. Enter the style-savvy ladies over at Oregon-based Trunk Club. According to TechCrunch, the company has created a concierge-type service for dudes who just want to sit at home, get a box of clothes delivered, and then have pretty ladies provide honest feedback....

Today's Geeky Tattoos Likely to be Obsolete in the Future

Tattoos were once the exclusive domain of shady types, usually of a sea-borne persuasion. By now, of course, they've gone totally mainstream, but that doesn't mean some ink aficionados with geeky interests aren't doing their best to make things a little more niche again. Enter the geeky tattoo, a trend that's funny now -- but for how long? Above is one example, a tattoo that shows some HTML code...