To celebrate Salvatore Ferragamo’s FW 13 Collection and kick off the season of giving, DETAILS’ Fashion Director Matthew Marden and Style Director Eugene Tong hand-selected items for the DETAILS Holiday Gift Guide, revealed during a debonair cocktail party at the Ferragamo Fifth Avenue Flagship, hosted by Marc Kushner, CEO of Architizer, and designer Antony Todd. DJ Brendan Fallis kept the energy high while our dapper guests enjoyed seasonal cocktails from Basil Hayden’s, customized sketches by blind contour artist Ian Sklarsky, and shopped to benefit goods for good.
See more and shop the collection at ferragamo.com
Here are some event highlights and our guests styled in Ferragamo below:
The Stance design philosophy believes in expression and function. Expression that creates an emotional visual connection and function that also provides comfort and performance. Building outstanding socks with the best fit and performance characteristics from the highest quality materials is the unspoken priority.
We’re loving the new Holiday 2013 collection which features collaborations with King’s Club Barbershop, the artistic genius of Brian Bent, as well as Fourstar and their tried and true skate aesthetic. Stance is blending timeless art, premium threads, and iconic style.
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The new Perry Ellis for Men is a fresh, woody aromatic fragrance wearable for any occasion – day or night, casual or formal. Instantaneously addictive, the fragrance opens with a burst of citrus and herbaceous spices and infuses into a refined warmth of lavendar, cedarwood, white moss and amber.
Perry Ellis epitomizes comfort, heritage, All-American opportunity and optimism. This new scent is the perfect complement to a man’s stylish, savvy ensemble.
Be very. Like Perry.
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S. Russell Groves, the contemporary architect & interior designer known for his “layered modernist” approach, reveals a refined & timeless cool vs. “flash in the pan” trendiness. The proof: Michael Kors, Derek Lam and Frederic Fekkai have called on him to design their own homes—a testament to his “finger on the pulse” of today’s creative zeitgeist.
Details caught up with Russell for his take on how to bring a bit of his “boutique” look home.
1. When in doubt, keep it simple. Life is complicated enough.
2. With few exceptions, one or two bold colors or patterns really make a statement. Too much is often exactly that—too much.
3. Limit ornament to a few key pieces. Spaces always feel better when highly decorative elements are introduced with care.
4. Just like in fashion, choose the classics. Pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Florence Knoll or George Nakashima have stood the test of time.
5. Set the Mood: Have dimmers for every light source in a room—it can make or break any space.
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Fall is one of our favorite seasons here at DETAILS. Why? Layering and accessories. It’s the perfect time to try out new styles and spins off your wardrobe staples. Case and point: Men In Cities’ warrior gloves.
Made and crafted in NYC, these bad boys are perfect for fall (or spring) and versatile enough to pair with your leather jacket or your wool trench. With just the right amount of coverage to keep your hands warm, they provide full functionality for all emails you need to answer on the go. Be sure to head over to Men In Cities now and shop all of their collections (hint: if you create an account they’ll give you exclusive ambassador pricing).