Friend of Towleroad Lewis Payton has allowed me to share a few images with you from the upcoming issue of DNA (now one of Towleroad's sponsors!). … [Read more...] about Bumper Crop of Beauty: A DNA Preview
David K. over at Charmed Life puts on his art history cap and offers up a critique of the latest set of Dolce & Gabbana ads — a rather cryptic set of … [Read more...] about Dolce & Gauguina?
The Bitchless blog sees an uncanny resemblance between this ad for the Dolce & Gabbana 2006 line and this ad for Nip/Tuck. I'm not quite sure what's … [Read more...] about Dolce & Gabbana Do a Nip/Tuck?
Jeremy Bloom appears in the latest issue of Cargo magazine and lets readers in on his workout secrets: "I can be compulsive about working … [Read more...] about Jeremy Bloom Utilizes Soft, Weighted Balls
Annie Proulx, author of "Brokeback Mountain", drops a gorgeous review of Richard Avedon's newly reissued (in the UK) photographic tome In the American … [Read more...] about Proulx on Avedon
Brent Hartinger's novel Geography Club, which chronicles the relationship of a lonely gay student and an online chat buddy who turns out to be an … [Read more...] about Gay Book Banned Because the Internet is Scary
Jake Gyllenhaal does the cover of Details this month and actually says some surprising things in the interview with Benoit Denizet-Lewis regarding … [Read more...] about Gyllenhaal in Details
An article about bears, in which they don't speak with a single bear. I wasn't aware that filmmaker John Waters was considered such an expert on bear … [Read more...] about New York Magazine Gawks at Bear Culture
Fresh off the launch of Princes of the Sea, a nautically-themed collection of photos, Dieux du Stade photographer Francois Rousseau has launched his … [Read more...] about Francois Rousseau: Hotter Than Ever
Thanks to Australia's Blue magazine for throwing a blog party in their latest issue and kindly inviting along Towleroad as well as Gus Mattox, Tom … [Read more...] about Towleroad in Blue