Chris Pine Makes a Style Statement by Going Barefoot in Milan During Men’s Fashion Week

Chris Pine is taking a walk on the wild side.

The Dungeons & Dragons star, 42, was spotted walking the streets of Milan barefoot on his way to the Zegna Spring 2024 show on Monday.

Aside from no footwear, Pine keeps it cool with a casual beige tee and high-waisted mint green pleated slacks.

Once at the event, he was eventually seen wearing brown loafers, alongside matching wide-lens shades and a gold watch with a black band on his left wrist.

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The actor has been on a style hot streak since before the start of summer. Leading up to the sizzling season, Pine steps out in a Giuliva Heritage suit in a buttery yellow shade for the Dungeons & Dragons premieres in March.

She’s also been sporting a shorter silver hairstyle ever since she received surprising criticism for her previously shoulder-length dirty blonde bob.

“I thought I was looking pretty, pretty fly, the hair was long, everything was happening, and my publicist said I looked

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Inside Pitchfork’s absorption into GQ

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nearly three decades after it was established, Pitchfork, the most influential music publication of the internet age with the power to make or break an artist, is being absorbed by another entity — a men’s fashion and style magazine.

The website, beloved for being one of modern music’s true centers of gravity and renowned for its daily record reviews scored 0.0 to 10.0, will be folded into GQ, parent company Condé Nast announced Wednesday.

At least 12 staffers were laid off, three people involved in the situation told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they said the situation was still fluid. Ten of those were editorial layoffs, leaving a permanent editorial staff of eight.

The decision was made after what Anna Wintour, chief content officer for Condé Nast, called “a careful evaluation of Pitchfork’s performance.” Wintour called the move “the best path forward for the brand so that our coverage of music can continue to thrive within the company.”

US Pitchfork moves into its new configuration, it’s worth asking: If many views song discovery as music journalism’s primary function, what is the role of insightful culture writing about music when people can find their

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