Let the fashion policing begin on opening day of Tokyo Games

Let the fashion policing begin.

The Olympics in Tokyo open July 23, when the world’s athletes will march behind their flag-bearers. And when they do, the peanut gallery on what they’re wearing will be open, too.

Olympic gear makes for lively social media fodder, starting with the hours-long Parade of Nations. The year-long wait due to the pandemic has given enthusiasts extra time to ponder what they love or hate.

There’s the Czech Republic and its traditional indigo block-print design with matching fans, already the butt of some jokes. It follows the country’s loud umbrellas and neon-blue Wellington boots of 2012 in London, along with its “Beetlejuice” stripes in Rio in 2016.

Israel’s athletes have see-through nylon jackets with huge pockets, while Emporio Armani decked out Italy’s team in track suits with a reinterpretation of Japan’s rising sun in the colors of the Italian flag: red, green and white. Liberia

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2 men found dead at former Gianni Versace mansion on Miami Beach day before anniversary of designer’s death

Police are investigating after two bodies were found Wednesday at a South Florida hotel that was once the mansion of the late fashion designer Gianni Versace.

Miami Beach police and fire rescue responded Wednesday afternoon after housekeeping at The Villa Casa Casuarina found the dead men in a room, officials said. The scene was contained to the hotel room and detectives have launched a death investigation, police said.

Officials didn’t identify the men or how they died.

Thursday marks the 24th anniversary of Versace’s fatal shooting outside the South Beach landmark.

On the morning of July 15, 1997, Versace was returning

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Arab Men’s Fashion Week Day 2

a man that is standing in the snow: Arab Men’s Fashion Week Day 2

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Arab Men’s Fashion Week Day 2

The second edition of Arab Men’s Fashion Week kicked off in Dubai, Monday, June 28, with a digital presentation from Dubai-based couture label Amato.

The event invited a host of local and international labels to showcase their most recent Spring 2022 collection.

Here are some of the highlights of the event on its second day.

LGN Louis Gabriel Nouchi – French designer Louis Gabriel Nouchi

The label offered its Spring 2022 collection “Unauthorized” of relaxed tailored separates, boxy denim jackets, matching trousers, and flowing silk robe coats. The collection culminated with a new line of recycled nylon swimwear.

Lazoschmidl – designers Josef Lazo and Andreas Schmidl

The genderless label showcased their latest collection, “Overdose,” of sloganized mesh tops and flannels that read “Buy Me” and “Out Now” alongside existing pieces from

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The Best Prime Day Men’s Fashion Deals From Levi’s, Calvin Klein, Nike, Champion & More

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is officially here — and we’re so excited! The savings are running through today and tomorrow, June 21st and June 22nd, and there are plenty of Prime Day deals worth checking out.

As Spy editors, we’re always on the lookout for the best Amazon deals, so naturally Prime Day is our time to shine. We’ve got a huge round-up of the best Amazon Prime Day deals that we’re keeping updated, as well as specified pieces like Prime Day tech deals, Prime Day TV deals and, obviously, fashion deals. You can only access all of the savings if you’ve got a Prime account with Amazon, so be sure you’re signed up before the big day.

Now, you may not think of Amazon as your go-to fashion outlet, and we know that Spy readers do a lot of their online clothes shopping either directly on the

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