December 2012

Dress Me

Letting go has never been my strong suit. One might even say I hoard. Books, movie stubs, the glasses I wore in the fifth grade. But by far the possessions I have most difficulty parting with are clothes. As if

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Dress Me

Letting go has never been my strong suit. One might even say I hoard. Books, movie stubs, the glasses I wore in the fifth grade. But by far the possessions I have most difficulty parting with are clothes. As if

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A Sartorial Breakdown

Photo courtesy of Tommy Ton for GQ As of late, I’ve developed an if-you’ve-seen-one-you’ve-seen-em-all attitude toward the mens street style photos dominating the web. The rate at which I click next seems to increase in accordance to the frequency of

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A Sartorial Breakdown

Photo courtesy of Tommy Ton for GQ As of late, I’ve developed an if-you’ve-seen-one-you’ve-seen-em-all attitude toward the mens street style photos dominating the web. The rate at which I click next seems to increase in accordance to the frequency of

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In Retrospect

THE SCARF THAT STARTED IT ALL

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In Retrospect

THE SCARF THAT STARTED IT ALL

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Nóstos-álgos

[slideshow]             Recently, via a Facebook status, a friend pointed out the origin of the word nostalgia. It’s apparently a compound of the Greek words nóstos meaning homecoming and álgos meaning pain. Needless to say

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Nóstos-álgos

[slideshow]             Recently, via a Facebook status, a friend pointed out the origin of the word nostalgia. It’s apparently a compound of the Greek words nóstos meaning homecoming and álgos meaning pain. Needless to say

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