The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies is proud to once again support PFLAG, including their Cultivating Respect: Safe Schools for All program.
Just as PFLAG founder, mother, and hero Jeanne Manford took a stand in the fight for equality, you can also take a stand and honor a hero who has made a difference
in your life.
Donate $5 to honor your hero by texting* HERO to 81550 and the Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies will match your donation, up to a maximum of $150,000.
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On Tuesday, June 11, DETAILS along with our friends at BirchBox Man celebrated our collaboration with the concept retail space This is Story. For the launch of His-STORY, our favorite style bloggers and industry icons came together for a night of SVEDKA cocktails, great music, tasty treats from Steve’s Ice Cream, as well as custom grooming services from Frank’s Chop Shop and Decatur & Sons.
We stocked His-STORY with our favorite items from the June/July 2013 issue, so if you’re wondering where to get your Father’s Day gifts, be sure to stop by this weekend for the best men’s gifts this season!
Located at 144 10th Ave (at 19th St) in NYC.
Naadam Cashmere is the world’s first socially and environmentally conscious Mongolian cashmere brand. Sourced and manufactured in Mongolia, New York based designers; Diederik Rijsemus and Matt Scanlan are on a mission to redefine the cashmere industry by making cashmere more affordable to style-conscious individuals while givingback to the nomadic Mongolian herders that are at the base of the supply chain.
The business model at Naadam is centered on the idea of re-investing ten percent of all their profits into the World Bank’s livestock insurance program, which protects Mongoliasnomadic herding population.
With less then 2 weeks to go on their kickstarter campaign, be sure to check out Naadam Cashmere and get your hands on these amazing garments with wholesale price tags before May 15th!
On Wednesday, May 1, DETAILS, along with Editor-in-Chief Dan Peres, celebrated the opening of the redesigned Tommy Hilfiger in SoHo, NYC. Fashion’s elite descended upon the store for a night of tequila tasting from La Esquina, summer shopping, and music my Mia Moretti.
For every purchase made during the evening, Tommy Hilfiger donated a polo to benefit the Fresh Air Fund.
What do Aretha Franklin, Kiss, and Iggy Pop have in common? They all have taken a liking to the diverse style that Stereotype NYC has to offer in designing their album art. Designer Mike Joyce is the mastermind behind Stereotype and has worked to redesign vintage punk, hardcore, new wave, and indie rock show flyers into these international typographic style posters we love.
And good news: you can now take advantage of Joyce’s creative edge by putting up one of these striking posters in your home adding vibrant color to any whitewashed wall. And if that wasn’t enough, make sure to check out Joyce’s new book Swissted – a perfect piece for your coffee table!
We’ve shaved, lathered, scrubbed, and sniffed our way through thousands of products to bring you the best of the best. Now it’s your chance to tell us which products are your must-have favorites.
Click through to take the survey and have your voice heard. Your top picks will appear alongside our editors’ picks in the 2013 June/July issue of Details magazine.
Nothing is more crucial to home entertaining than a great sound system. Up and coming consumer audio player Grain Audio is crafting speakers that look as great as they sound. Since their recent launch on Kickstarter, the company has emerged with a range of products to fulfill all of your listening needs—from the crystal clear Bluetooth-enabled wireless system to the booming shelf system and sleek in-ear and over the ear headphones. These great looking products are crafted from FSC Certified Walnut and clearly demonstrate the importance that design. Check them out now!
On a recent trip to our favorite denim destination, we fell in love with local name-stay, Williamsburg Garment Co. The brand specializes in men’s and women’s denim with a focus in quality. Their crafted line of boasts some serious neighborhood pride (each style is named after streets and avenues in Williamsburg, Brooklyn) and this season designer Maurice Malone has added new color washes to the line for the upcoming season – we’re loving these tan washed Grand St jeans for the Spring.
If you’re looking for quality denim that won’t break the bank, then look no further. For more on the latest collection, check out their site or head to one of their retailers to see the product for yourself – you won’t be disappointed.