Tag Archives: life

On Mental Health, Suicide Ideation, and Staying Away from Fast-Moving Trains

Content Warning: Suicide There’s no easy way for me to broach this topic; no snappy introduction or reference point I could use to make the landing a bit softer. It’s something I’ve wanted to write about for a long time … Continue reading

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Pop-Ups Shut, A$AP Barry the Plumber, and the Next Generation of Tyler

Some quick thoughts on a few things that have happened this week. Might try and make this a more regular thing in the absence of Ulysses-esque streetwear rambles. Who knows. Louis Vuitton Announces Cancellation of Future Supreme Collaboration Pop-Up Shops. … Continue reading

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15 years — Thoughts on Jane Doe by Converge

Like a lot of teenagers, I went through an angry phase. It manifests itself in different ways for everyone, I’m sure, but music was a really big thing for me. As I’ve mentioned before, it started with the whole nu-metal … Continue reading

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A.IN.T Summer 2016 — “Let My Peep Hole Go”

I was talking with a friend the other week about what felt like a golden age in British streetwear, 2008-2010. To my recollection it was a moment where “streetwear” was really manifesting itself in a clear form on both sides … Continue reading

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Notes on Christo’s ‘The Floating Piers’ at Lake Iseo

To get from Verona to Sulzano, first you have to get a train about 50 miles West, to Brescia. From there you can get another train that takes you through Paderno and Bornato-Calino, on towards Lake Iseo and its surrounding … Continue reading

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WTaps Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

WTaps is back for Fall/Winter 2015 with its latest collection, continuing with the “Lifist” philosophy that Tetsu Nishiyama has been exploring for the past few seasons. Early imagery suggests that the brand is returning to its original streetwear roots. Official … Continue reading

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Interview with Khalid Al Qasimi for HighSnobiety

I recently interviewed Khalid Al Qasimi, the Emirati designer behind the contemporary British fashion label Qasimi, about his Spring/Summer 2016 ‘False Flags’ collection. You can read the interview in its entirety right now at HighSnobiety.

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The Importance of ‘Clarity’ by Jimmy Eat World

The story of how I first came across new music as a kid is probably the same as it is for a lot of people around my age. My house didn’t have Sky TV so whenever I was around a … Continue reading

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Ai Weiwei at the Royal Academy of Arts

No doubt you’ve already read a slew of pieces about Ai Weiwei’s exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in Piccadilly. It’s the artist’s first ever major exhibition in the UK and comes after a long period of personal and … Continue reading

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Burma MFG — F/W15: ‘T.D.W.W.M.’ Part One

Burma’s back, baby. The sinister brainchild of New Jersey resident Jordan Hartigan has come back on the scene with the announcement of the first part of its Fall/Winter 2015 collection, ‘T.D.W.W.M.’—‘The Devil Walks With Me’. It’s been a pretty long … Continue reading

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