ACL x The FADER | A Continuous Lean.


Jun 18th, 2009 | Categories: Housekeeping | by Michael Williams

I noticed recently that wherever I went with Lancey (my two year old Springer Spaniel), people would recognize her. I didn’t put two-and-two together until I saw the new issue (#62) of The FADER. After the Urban Outfitters thing and now this, that is one famous dog. Many thanks to the good folks over at FADER, I really appreciate the support — It means a lot to me. Now I’ve got to go move my tank before the meter expires. -MW


Comments: 9

9 Comments to “ACL x The FADER”

  1. Kate
    on Jun 18th, 2009
    @ 3:20 PM

    Pickle & Stan are just beaming with pride and joy. This goes on the fridge.

  2. TPWP
    on Jun 18th, 2009
    @ 3:33 PM

    She’s adorable, I loved her big, sweet eyes in the Urban Outfitters bit.

  3. Jani
    on Jun 18th, 2009
    @ 4:52 PM

    What a solid article. You have a point – or four. Tank green, oxford shirt white?

  4. Memphis88
    on Jun 19th, 2009
    @ 12:59 AM

    The notion that a guy who is interested in clothing and dressing well is somehow less masculine is ridiculous, yet really common.

  5. Michael Williams
    on Jun 19th, 2009
    @ 1:01 AM


    I was thinking tank green, oxford shirt blue.


  6. Christopher Baus
    on Jun 19th, 2009
    @ 5:50 AM

    I don’t consider myself particularly fashionable, but I do care about things and quality. I have to admit I do find it odd when others think my girlfriend has designed my wardrobe.

  7. Christopher Baus
    on Jun 19th, 2009
    @ 5:57 AM

    One other point. It is absolutely acceptable for men to be obsessive about their cars (for instance Porsche owners who go absolutely nuts about having the correct german upholstery for their 356s), but then dress in ill fitting imported Hawaiian shirts. This I don’t understand.

  8. chaz
    on Jun 19th, 2009
    @ 10:46 AM

    “…whose name derives from a nautical term for a list…”

    From the phrasing, I’m guessing the writer is not a sailor.

  9. Michael Williams
    on Jun 19th, 2009
    @ 12:48 PM


    I prolly tripped the writer up on that. I need to remember to say BOATING.