Aside from “coming soon” there isn’t a whole lot of information yet available about this new formal wear collection from Fun.com. But what we do know is that it will feature suits, ties, and other accessories that incorporate patterns, designs, and logos from Marvel and DC Comics’ properties.
I spent the last week gliding around San Francisco in the now infamous “Suitsy”, an adult-sized pajama onesie disguised as a full business suit. At bars and in meetings, no one seemed to notice anything amiss. But, perhaps, I thought, this was because San Francisco is the home of weird attire and my colleagues were…
Even if you’re one of the very best at something, you can always learn more. That’s basically the mantra of Frank Shattuck, an amazingly dedicated tailor who spends countless hours and thousands of stitches hand making a suit just to get it perfect. Anything he makes shows the culmination of everything he’s learned.
Yeah, bro, I know, life is complicated and you’re a grownup with hardly a minute to spare for shredding gnar. Not to worry, Quicksilver’s new “true wetsuits” are made from that wetsuit-y neoprene material so you don’t have to change between the beach and the boardroom.
Completely silly and self serving but also completely dripping in cool. Hackett Martini Racing teamed up with men's suit maker Hackett to outfit their pit crew in stylish suits as they go about their pit stop in glorious slow motion. Remember, these stops only last a few seconds but when you look like stormtrooper…
If bubble wrap is good enough to protect that ceramic frog you bought on eBay as it's shipped from Taiwan, surely a suit made from the same material would give mere mortals invincibility, right? At the least, Vat19's $15 blazer and pants set made from bubble wrap would provide a decent buffer from the other commuters…
This is it. This Tron-inspired design will be NASA's next generation spacesuit—the first that actually looks from the future and not a variation of the original 1960s suits from the Apollo program. With its glass 360-degree view and integrated Heads Up Display ready to detect xenomorphs, it would look right at home in…
A bulletproof, air-conditioned, diamond-covered, $3.2 million suit? Even James Bond would drool over this. Not that it would matter; it's also waterproof. Naturally.
Who doesn't want real-life superpowers? Unfortunately, getting yourself bitten by some kind of radioactive spider isn't really the best way to go about it. But thankfully, tech is here to resurrect your childhood hopes and dreams. University of Illinois' Victor Mateevitsi, for instance, has managed to bring…
Here's something potentially useful but probably useless: a polyester blazer, made by Burberry, that can be folded into a convenient little pouch that zips itself up. It's great for travel! Burberry promises that the polyester suit won't crease from the folding and would still look great.
Just like they tweaked their evidence against Samsung with the Galaxy Tab, it looks like Apple has flubbed evidence regarding the Samsung Galaxy S too. They shrunk the image of the Samsung phone to look like the size of an iPhone, even though it's not.
Just when you thought RIM's fortunes couldn't get any worse, along comes Dolby Laboratories to knock the beleaguered company a little bit lower.
Imagine you have a presentation to show off but instead of using a projector and paper print outs, you're using iPads. Why? Because with Idea Flight for iPad, you can control what everyone gets to see on their iPad.
Another year has passed, and another iPad has surfaced from the shadowy Cupertino mist. But you know what else has resurfaced? The iPad suit. Yep, Mohan's, the NYC tailoring outpost, is still offering to add an oversized "iPad pocket" to their suit coats, which is a perfectly good way to take the class out of that…
A material that keeps you safe from a Great White chomp is cool enough. But what you're really going to want to watch for here is the willingness of KFMB reporter Jeff Zevely to take a box cutter across his thinly protected veins. [KFMB]
Will Google survive with its financials intact? This is the question absolutely no one is asking today after it was learned the company will be forced to pay a Pittsburgh couple $1 for trespassing. And yes, they are the Borings.
That's the problem with making really nice visual representations of the almost comically litigious mobile industry; you're never more than a few hours away from another sweeping accusation of patent infringements. This time it's Motorola's turn, with three complaints against Apple that cover a whopping 18 patents.
Microsoft announced today that they're going after Motorola for patent infringement. Specifically, nine patents that Microsoft says Motorola's Android smartphones infringe on. Given that Microsoft's already gotten HTC to roll over based on similar claims, this could get very interesting.
Mark Hurd, the former HP CEO who was ousted last month amidst allegations of sexual harassment, just got a new job title: Co-President of Oracle. Shortly thereafter, he got slapped with a civil complaint from his former employer who says that his new position will necessarily require him to divulge HP trade secrets: