SIGNALS

  • DETAILS gets all Charlie Rose with three American menswear juggernauts | [Youtube via Selectism] [Pictured]
  • Ad agencies fight to tell the world that they are actually cooler than Donald Draper and I’m not buying it | [The New York Times]
  • It’s a wrap on the American shopping mall. Small tear down my face | [Good Magazine]
  • Did Ralph Lauren embarrass America with its massive Olympic Polo logo? | [Gawker via Kempt]
  • Is it too soon to start thinking about Shetland sweaters? | [Bulldog]

Comments on “SIGNALS

    Sam Jacobson August 12, 2008 @ 12:46 PM:

    Great article link on the future of American Malls. It’s nice to see the new “streets” concept being put into practice now.

    Death Bredonon August 12, 2008 @ 1:39 PM:

    Should’ve seen the Polo logo on the official Wimdelbum blazers two years ago. Thankfully, the All-England club put a stop to that this time around!

    Michael Daddinoon August 12, 2008 @ 8:45 PM:

    Huh. I would’ve imagined it’d be fiendishly difficult to develop new uses for malls. Surely it takes some major surgery and a lotta dough to make one of them (especially the enclosed multi-level ones) into something other than a big dumb empty box.

    I sorta like malls but they are FAR too ubiquitous. I’d prefer it if they were relatively rare–if they functioned as retail amusement parks–rather than an organizing principle for all American suburbia.

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