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As one of the most stylish guys working in the business today, Men’s Journal January 2019 cover star Justin Theroux has put together his own signature look and personal style. From his perfectly tousled hair, to his relaxed but refined clothing options, and his functional footwear, Theroux knows what he likes, and he makes it work.
First off, Theroux is a big fan of Aviator sunglasses. “I just like aviator sunglasses—they’re classic,” Theroux told Men’s Journal. “I also like glasses that are indestructible that you can throw in your front pocket.”
When it comes to footwear, Theroux likes to combine the functional the stylish with a pair of Common Projects combat boots, or if he’s dressing up for a night out, he’ll throw on a nice dress boot like a Yves Saint Laurent or Louis Vuitton. “A good pair of combat boots is always good to have; those suede Common Project boots are comfortable.”
As for the hair, it’s pretty simple for Theroux: “I get a haircut every couple weeks, I throw a little Shu Uemura, a hair paste in it, just run it through.”
Find out more about Theroux’s personal style in the video above, you can read all about it and much more—like Theroux’s fitness routine—in our full profile in the January issue of Men’s Journal, on newsstands now.
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Like the color of your eyes and the texture of your hair, the oily nature of your skin is a genetic trait. If yours produces more oil than the next guyâs, this is just a reality with which you have to live.
When you think of losing your hair, you may think of those commercials led by a guy whoâs not only the president of the club, but also a client. Then thereâs those over-the-top contraptions that cost more than a mortgage payment and sit atop your head âfor only three minutes a dayâ (for the rest of your life). If those donât come to mind, thereâs a battery of drugstore treatments that are proven to work, but leave your hair feeling greasy and flatâthe opposite of that you want when managing thinning hair.
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When you think of losing your hair, you may think of those commercials led by a guy who's not only the president of the club, but also a client. Then there's those over-the-top contraptions that cost more than a mortgage payment and sit atop your head “for only three
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George and Amal Clooney have announced that they will be donating $ 1 million to a U.S. non-proft that monitors extremists and hate groups. Rollo Ross reports.
OTTUMWA, IA—Vowing to hunt down and destroy every last vestige of the extremist group, Senator Marco Rubio announced Tuesday that his presidential campaign was deploying 6,000 ground troops to the Middle East to combat ISIS militants. “ISIS has shown that it has no respect for the sanctity of human life, which is why this campaign has dispatched troops to Syria to begin a full-scale ground assault against these terrorists,” said the candidate ahead of a voter meet-and-greet at an Iowa senior center, noting that the troop deployment was merely the latest phase of a multi-pronged strategy by the Rubio 2016 campaign that began with the arming of Kurdish militias shortly before the second GOP primary debate. “In addition, the campaign has already launched coordinated missile strikes against ISIS strongholds from our destroyer, the USS New American Century, stationed in the Persian Gulf. And the Conservative Solutions super PAC …
The British Transport Police are investigating an incident in which a woman’s iPhone received anonymous photos of a penis via Apple’s AirDrop feature, a function where files can be sent to any other iPhone in the vicinity, in a crime they have dubbed “cyber-flashing” and urged other victims to report. What do you think?
The Fallout 4 presentation at Bethesda’s E3 2015 Press Conference ended with a bang, as this trailer sums up the energy of the game’s debut.
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Inspired by the birth of their daughter Violet, Fermaint and Walker launched Baby Teith in 2013. Fermaint told The Huffington Post that she searched in vain for clothing that was gender neutral and eco-friendly, made from organic cotton. “I was tired of seeing nothing but pink body suits with the word ‘princess’ blinged out in rhinestones in the girls’ department,” she said, adding, “There’s nothing wrong with that, it’s just not my style.”
Seeking options for her daughter, the mom used her experience in fashion as a designer and visual stylist to create her own clothing line. Baby Teith was a hit with Fermaint’s friends, and after many requests, she opened an Etsy shop to sell her designs to other parents. The designer and her fiancé eventually both quit their jobs to focus on Baby Teith full time.
The mom describes her children’s clothes as “fun, comfortable and memorable” and says she hopes her vivid, futuristic prints inspire their little wearers’ imaginations. From moon and nebula images to a design inspired by VHS tape glitches, each print is truly unique.
“Our newest collection for fall available through our Kickstarter Project is called Medieval Time Traveler,” Fermaints said. “It is inspired by the courage of Joan of Arc is meant to empower children.”
Last month, Fermaint and Walker launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the brand’s production through an ethical manufacturer and bring Baby Teith to a major trade show.
The couple hopes the message behind their designs reaches the mainstream kids’ clothing world. “We genuinely believe that in this day and age, gender stereotypes are outdated,” Fermaint told HuffPost. “We want our daughter to form her own opinions on the subject and feel that she can dress any way she wishes.”
“Instilling this notion before she forms opinions like ‘Pink is just for girls and I have to wear pink because I am a girl’ can be an important step,” she continued. “We are extremely happy to see more clothing in the market that are gender neutral. The market is changing and we hope that bigger brands take notice. This is a huge step for gender equality.”
The Baby Teith Kickstarter campaign ends on June 6, and so far, they’ve raised almost 70 percent of their $ 10,000 goal. The brand also won the Phoenix New Times newspaper’s 2014 award for “Best Kids Clothing.”
As for their very first customer, Fermaint says her daughter really enjoys Baby Teith clothes. “She may not be able to articulate how much she loves the garments yet, but we like to assume they are her favorite.”
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Aloha is good. No, really…it is! Sony insists that you see for yourself and not listen to those dratted critics!
The latest romantic dramedy from Cameron Crowe doesn’t open wide…
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