Marc Jacobs X the Human Rights Campaign + Givenchy X Converse in Today's Style Scraps

Marc Jacobs has designed a t-shirt promoting the Human Rights Campaign's efforts to attain marriage equality for gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual couples. The  shirt features a lesbian couple with a child and says "I pay my taxes, I want my rights." They're $35 and available on

In a New York Times profile, American Apparel founder Dov Charney's tells reporter Laura M. Holson that he wants his lifestyle to be just like Hugh Hefner's in the '70s. This is likely also the reason why he and his company currently face various sexual harassment suits and the constant threat of bankruptcy. [NYT]

Someone invented boxers shorts for men that look just like denim and expects people to pay money for them. [Racked]

Givenchy X Converse, people. [Fashionista]

Donna Karan tells NYMag that she thought John Galliano's anti-Semitic rant was blown out of proportion. [The Cut]

A man featured on the TLC show (and Paper staff fav.) Extreme Couponing has donated 1,000 tubes of toothpaste he had in his home to troops overseas. [Racked]

Inside jewelry designer Alexis Bittar's Brooklyn Heights apartment. Kudos on captioning the photo of your bed "Where the magic happens," Alexis. [Refinery29]

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