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The Very Serious Business of Fashion

March 1, 2019

The Very Serious Business Of Fashion

According to Bojack Horseman, Netflix’s horse headed misanthropist, “Time’s arrow neither stands still nor reverses. It merely marches forward.” Whether…

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Straight Copying: How Gay Fashion Goes Mainstream

February 27, 2019

Straight Copying: How Gay Fashion Goes Mainstream

When J. Crew debuted their Liquor Store ten years ago, they transformed an after-hours watering hole into a menswear-only boutique…

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How Two Men are Reshaping Men's Style Media

February 20, 2019

How Two Men Are Reshaping Men’s Style Media

Ryan Morgan is a 17-year-old, high schooler who lives in West Bend, a small Wisconsin town with a population of…

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Everyone Dresses Like They're in Portlandia Now

February 12, 2019

Everyone Dresses Like They’re In Portlandia Now

Portlandia is ostensibly just about Portland, Oregon, but it’s really about the kind of microcommuties that make-up (largely) white, liberal cities….

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Another Reason to be Worried about J. Crew

February 5, 2019

Another Reason To Be Worried About J. Crew

After a short sixteen months on the job, or what historians measure as six Scaramuccis, Jim Brett stepped down last November…

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Barbours in the Falklands

February 1, 2019

Barbours In The Falklands

What could possibly be more British than showing up to a colonial war in a Barbour jacket? As a brand…

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The Last of Good Scottish Cashmere: William Lockie

January 16, 2019

The Last Of Good Scottish Cashmere: William Lockie

For over a hundred years, workers in Hawick have traced their fortunes to the cashmere industry. This town, like others…

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