Justin Baldoni radiates confidence in person. However, as the tall, dark, and handsome actor — who also happens to have flowing hair and six-pack abs — admits, his life hasn’t been as picture-perfect as it might seem. In this case, appearances are very deceiving.
Sure the ladies looked great at the 2017 Oscars, but the men cleaned up pretty nice too. From Justin Timberlake in Tom Ford (of course) to John Legend in Gucci, the guys looked great. Many even dared to take style risks like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in a royal blue velvet tuxedo jacket, Ryan Gosling in a frilly Gucci shirt that got social media talking, and Pharrell’s layers of Chanel necklaces. Click through to see all the most dapper dude style moments.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
They say… if men are from Mars, then women are definitely from Venus. The fairer sex, that is, women, have always managed to be a mystery. On the other hand, it takes much more than an attractive face and a sexy body for a man to continue being interested in a woman.
Tyler Clinton is Hillary Clinton’s nephew. On Thursday night, Hillary Clinton officially accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for the president. After Clinton addressed the crowd at the convention, thousands of red, white, and blue balloons fell from the ceiling and she was joined by her running mate Tim Kaine, closest allies, and family members onstage.
Photo courtesy of MCV By Landon Peoples Those of you watching Men’s Fashion Month may have noticed something familiar on the runways. You know that necklace trend that celebrities (and their moms) are overexerting at the moment? The one from the ‘90s? Right, so chokers are the accessory of the moment, and it looks like very expensive neck-stranglers are happening in menswear for spring 2017.
Chris Pine, John Cho, and Karl Urban all wore blue at the Star Trek Beyond premiere. Here, they're subjected to sartorial criticism akin their female counterparts.
Chinese designer Feng Chen Wang says her spring/summer 2017 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s was inspired by people.
Leave it to Gypsy Sport, an up-and-coming, CFDA-endorsed brand that cast 75 percent of its models via social media or on the street. We're talking real people.
Designer duo Ronen Jehezkel and Parke Lutter of the New York-based brand Parke & Ronen consider themselves the Victoria’s Secret of menswear: Each season, they employ the hottest male models to strut down the runway in next-to-nothing fashion (tight bikinis often paired with trendy footwear, naturally). And for their spring/summer 2017 collection debuting Thursday, the designers were inspired by Ivy League school boys. “We’re looking for all-American boys,” Jehezkel told Yahoo Style at the daylong model casting last week, where over 150 models auditioned for an exclusive spot in the fashion show. (They’ll only cast around 20 models in total). But since “all-American, Ivy League prep boys” seemed like a thematically non-diverse demographic, Jehezkel was quick to correct himself: “Well, like, all-American meets United Nations,” he said. Nice save. And, so, a relatively eclectic group of models showed up to the casting in groups of four or five and a range of sizes — well, kinda. As I sat with them and their trusted casting director in the form of a judge’s panel (like you’d see on America’s Next Top Model), I saw tall, taller, skinny, and buff guys, but no one with a BMI over 20.The judges were furthermore entertained by the 18- to 24-year-old men displaying themselves sexually — overtly readjusting their underwear or bikinis to make themselves look bigger, fuller. One model, Spencer Zender, openly told me that he hadn’t hit the gym in preparation but had rather “groomed” himself in case he’d have to try on a skimpy bathing suit (which he did).After a while, I got an understanding of what the designers were looking for: the bigger the better, like model Benjamin Benedek, who is 6 foot 2 and 175 pounds — all muscle. “Oh, his proportions!” the designers gasped in unison. The 19-year-old Benedek has walked in Parke & Ronen’s show before — and with chiseled abs, slicked-back blond hair, and an indistinct accent, he’s the perfect candidate.Despite Benedek’s recent absence from the gym, which was because he’s been “feeling sick,” the designers cast him. “Though, he’ll have to work on his legs a bit,” Jehezkel chimed in.Click through our exclusive photos to see the process of how, exactly, the Parke & Ronen designers cast the “perfect” models for their upcoming spring/summer 2017 fashion show.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Men’s spring/summer 2017 shows officially wrapped in Paris yesterday where designers Olivier Rousteing for Balmain and Thom Browne finished the week with beach-themed collections. At Balmain, beach-bum models navigated the catwalk in six shades of distressed denim, while at Browne’s show, the designer included laser cutouts of sharks on his garments.While not all designers kept to this motif, many played with proportion — often in the form of ill-fitting garments like cropped tops or man dresses. From London, Milan, and Paris, we bring you the most outrageous looks from this month-long fashion extravaganza. Enjoy! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
On Monday morning in Paris, a stylish group of fashion folk gathered on the rooftop terrace of a Catholic school in Paris to see Balenciaga’s first men’s fashion show.
Bollywood women are known for their glamour and style. Be it onscreen or off-screen our B-town ladies always take that extra effort to look fabulous.However, our men are no less! Have you ever noticed that SRK in Devdas, Ranveer Singh in Ram Leela and Aamir Khan in Lagaan have one thing in common?Apart from their ace acting, these men were bold enough to sport a dhoti onscreen and also impress the fashion police. The dhoti has become a style statement and B-town seems to have no qualms in sporting it. The traditional garment has become a huge hit in Bollywood and is not going out of fashion anytime soon.Take a look at Bollywood men who wore dhoti for their onscreen roles.Image Credit: Movie Talkies
While visiting with 45 war veterans on Thursday, the 31-year-old member of the British Royal Family wore a blue suit and white button down shirt without a tie.
This evening is the seventh and final game of the NBA Finals, where the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers will face off once again for the championship (they played each other last year, and Golden State won). Tonight in Oakland, Calif., star athletes Stephen Curry and LeBron “The King” James will lead Golden State and Cleveland, respectively, through a series expected to be rife with blood, sweat and tears. Although their MVPs are stylish, both teams possess impressively stylish rosters overall — check out the Cavs’ sneaker shot on Instagram. Whether you prefer Cavs player Iman Shumpert, with his ever-changing hairdo (he recently ditched his trademark flattop for a dreaded man bun), or Draymond Green, with his all-green ensembles, we’ve selected the most stylish players set to take the court tonight. Game 7 of the NBA Finals airs Sunday, June 19, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
When Shahid Kapoor shaved his head for Haider, he tried to keep it under the wraps. The actor is seen sporting long unkempt hair, tied in a ponytail and we must say he looks super cool in his latest do! And Shahid is not the only one to have sported the ponytail, here’s a look at other B-town men who have the swag to pull off the man ponytail.
Pro tip: always try your clothes on before appearing on television. Ryan Gosling learned this lesson the hard way when he neglected to check the tailor’s handiwork before sitting down with Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night.
Dressing for the Met Gala isn’t easy. Not only is it black tie — sorry, “Tech White Tie” — but there’s also a theme and a discriminating approval process.
Robbie Rogers, the openly gay pro-soccer star, and his BFF, stylist Warren Baker, have a brand-new line of jean jackets, Hampton + Baker, out of L.A. Each style is inspired by a men’s fashion icon, from Kurt Cobain to Alain Delon.
NCAA March Madness 2016 has come to an exciting end! Villanova took home the championship title last night in buzzer-beater fashion, with a perfect 3-point swoosh by player Kris Jenkins against the North Carolina Tar Heels. In what’s been widely considered a historical game, both teams took the court shedding their blood, sweat, and tears in one of the most competitive match-ups this season — even legendary baller Michael Jordan took the stands — on his feet — during the final moments. (His team lost). And for ‘Nova star player Ryan Arcidiacono, a graduating senior who had the game-winning assist, this sweet victory could land him a spot in the NBA draft. In an interview with NBA interviewer Craig Sager, Arcidiacono said, “We are a complete team… we stick together and we play hard.” And that, they did.Here at Yahoo Style, we chose our “Sweet 16” — top-seed players who have not only persevered throughout the season, but have done so in undeniable style.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
A long-rumored reversible birth control option for men is one step closer to becoming a reality. Vasalgel, made by the Parsemus Foundation, which finds alternative medicines to those produced by massive pharmaceutical companies, is a gel that’s injected into the testes (yes, there’s a needle required, sadly). Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone at the world premiere of The Boss at the Regency Village Theatre on Monday, March 28, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo: AP)
A week before April Fools' Day, American Eagle has come out with a line of underwear promoted by relatable guys with dad bods, beer bellies, and body hair.
Yesterday, Barack Obama attended a baseball game with his family and Cuban President Raul Castro, opting for a casual look in a crisp white shirt and khaki pants — in stark contrast to the rest of his family, all wearing vibrant color and patterns. At the baseball outing — the first MLB exhibition game to be played in Cuba in nearly 20 years — Obama didn’t take off his Oliver Peoples sunglasses once (not even for interviewers). Despite the steep price tag, Obama looked great in his sunnies: The boxy acetate frames fit his face perfectly, and there wasn’t a flashy logo, which provided for a stylish, but not-too-trendy look.
Kobe Bryant and faced LeBron James at the Staples Center last night, but it was Cam Newton's massive "Pharrell" hat that got the most attention.
Call it #TheDress for nerds, but viewers couldn’t determine whether Bernie Sanders was wearing a brown, black, or dark-blue suit at the Democratic debate on Wednesday.