What Is Going On With This Big Mac Clothing Line Being Sold In Sweden?

McFashion pieces are now for sale online
Mar 26, 2015 11:35 am

We love Sweden. But, Sweden, what is going on with the Big Mac clothing line that apparently you are selling on your soil? This, the land of ACNE and Uniforms For The Dedicated, is now selling long underwear emblazoned with Ray Kroc’s two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun creation.

This Joe Beef Hat Keeps You Warm Like Gravy

Montreal meat masters launch hearty winter headgear
Dec 4, 2014 12:00 pm

Known for deep-fried bacon-wrapped foie gras and other small miracles comprised of sublime protein and fat, Montreal house of wonder Joe Beef has yet another cold-weather treat for its legions of fans. This stylish, exceptionally warm-looking knit hat, complete with festive poofy bauble, is the accessory of the season for the culinary enthusiast in your life.

Does The Pasta Match The Pants? Food And Fashion Collide In New Young Chef Contest

Unique global competition pairs chefs and designers
Nov 26, 2014 12:00 pm

It is the dream of every young chef to one day be recognized by glossy magazines such as Bon Appétit or Food + Wine. Now, Vogue Italia? Probably not so much. But, hey, if you do, well, here's your chance. Bubbly water behemoth S. Pellegrino just announced a new contest to find its "Young Chef 2015." But, this competition isn't limited to just cooking. No, chefs will be paired with fashion designers to create dishes and garments that complement each other.

Here's A Jolt: These Socks Are Made With Recycled Coffee Grounds

Odor-absorbing technology in jackets, shirts too!
Nov 6, 2014 11:00 am

For most of us, the phrase "java fresh" likely conjures up images of a freshly-brewed cup of coffee, or maybe even that revitalized feeling of having your morning dose of caffeine. At Ministry of Supply, a Boston-based clothing company, JAVAfresh refers to odor-absorbing technology made from receycled coffee grounds. Check out these fresh new threads.

FR Style Inventory: Herschel Supply Co. Founders Lyndon and Jamie Cormack

Co-founding brothers talk all things Vancouver
Sep 5, 2014 11:00 am

New York City's Fashion Week is underway, so it's time to check in with some stylish citizens to find out who they're wearing, what they're eating and to get a few tips. Here, the Cormack brothers, founders of Herschel Supply Co., give us a glimpse into their Vancouver and dish on where they like to eat, drink and shop.

FR Style Inventory: Fashion Designer Steven Alan

Love for Scandinavian brands, but not for suits
Sep 3, 2014 4:00 pm

As Fashion Week begins in NYC, we check in with Steven Alan, the fashion designer who leans towards Scandinavian brands, prefers samgyetang over steaks and isn’t down with suits.

Interview With A Hot Dog T-Shirt Designer

Michael McGloin gets paid to put big food on shirts
Jul 28, 2014 2:00 pm

Michael McGloin is the Creative Director of The Mountain, the self-proclaimed “bold player” in the novelty t-shirt game. The New Hampshire-based company was founded in the 1970’s as a peddler of Grateful Dead and Bob Marley shirts, and has grown into a global seller of shirts that tackles topics from Thomas Kinkaid patriotism to Abyssinians on acid trips. Food is also big for the company, literally, in a series of all-over shirts that cover all the major food groups: blueberries, bacon, two-ton burgers. But our favorite is McGloin’s interpretation of the hot dog.  We reached out to talk about it.

FR Style Inventory: Menswear Designer Robert Geller

German-born designer has no love for mandals
Jun 18, 2014 4:00 pm

We always have style on the brain at FR headquarters, so from time to time we reach out to our stylish friends to hear about their favorite designers and why it’s never OK to wear mandals. Next up, Robert Geller, the menswear designer who favors Belgian designers, prefers dining in his Brooklyn neighborhood and lets loose with tequila.


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