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SIGNALS

Nov 11th, 2008 | Categories: Linkage | by Michael Williams

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  • William Eggleston’s Democratic Camera 1961 – 2008 is at the Whitney through January 25th | [Whitney] [Pictured]
  • Bill’s Khakis: Just like the original WWII chinos and they are made in America. Hooah! | [Chris Bray on Selectism]
  • Field Notes: The thinking man’s gift | [Field Notes]
  • Behind the scenes at the Rogues Gallery S/S 09 look book shoot | [PTLD ME]
  • These Japanese pork buns could be the most delicious thing in the world | [ACL on Selectism]




SIGNALS

Nov 6th, 2008 | Categories: Linkage | by Michael Williams

  • I am a sucker for anything JFK related | [Kempt] [Pictured]
  • The Japanese have a festival that celebrates Americana and I love them for it | [Cool Hunting]
  • That Patrick Ervell sure does make some good lookin’ outerwear | [Jargol]
  • The original “Impossible Cool” | [Exit Lines]
  • An interesting and beautifully photographed look at the independent American Farmer | [The Morning News]




SIGNALS

Nov 4th, 2008 | Categories: Linkage | by Michael Williams

  • Wondering where all the cool guys are? Right here. | [The Impossible Cool] [Pictured]
  • A look at the props from Mad Men | [Mark Simonson Studio]
  • Give me my fix! The fellas at Kempt are ramping up the content | [Kempt]
  • Tartan, a plaid for all seasons | [TNSIL]
  • The Grand Central Oyster Bar is best enjoyed alone | [FT]




SIGNALS

Oct 9th, 2008 | Categories: Linkage | by Michael Williams

  • The only thing more interesting than the fashion on Mad Men is the drinking and smoking | [Paper Magazine]
  • This is sort of old news, but I mentioned it last night at a cocktail party and my friends had not heard about it. A Lehman Brothers employee walked up to the then failing bank’s CEO Dick Fuld and knocked him out cold | [Gawker]
  • LL Bean’s incredible 1983 catalog | [Heavy Tweed Jacket]
  • The Ivy League look and the Protestant work ethic | [The New York Times c.1990 via Ivy Style]
  • Buy this, or this on eBay, but not this (already sold!). | [Pictured]




SIGNALS

Oct 7th, 2008 | Categories: Linkage | by Michael Williams

  • Continuously leaning. An interview with yours truly | [MR Magazine]
  • Double distressed denim. Photog David Friedman shows the inner-workings of Sights Denim Systems in Kentucky | [Kempt]
  • Not one to be outdone, I should point out that I too have been to “the wash” | [ACL Flickr]
  • Vintage team photos or a Rugby ad campaign? | [Drinkin and Dronin] [Pictured]
  • Its official, the Freeman Transport website is live. Let the bike ordering begin! Dibs on that No.1 bike | [Freeman Transport]

Bonus edition: Sights Denim on YouTube.

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SIGNALS

Oct 2nd, 2008 | Categories: Linkage | by Michael Williams

  • Critical Shopper Mike Albo lays the smack down at the new Rag & Bone store. Ouch | [The New York Times]
  • Max Blagg’s guide to What a Man Should Know is out | [Men.Style.com]
  • Mordechai turns us on to some pretty cool slippers, yep I said slippers | [Men's Vogue]
  • I’m spotting a trend here. Celebratory baby foot prints on shirts. Congrats fellas | [Misterman // Stork Bites Man]
  • Awesome collection of clear framed eyewear. Me like | [Tucker] [Pictured]

Bonus edition: Don’t feel bad Rag & Bone, that was nothing compared to Tom Ford’s critical shopper bitch slap last year.





SIGNALS

Sep 30th, 2008 | Categories: Linkage | by Michael Williams

  • A map of worldwide air traffic over 24hrs | [YouTube via Coudal]
  • Drool worthy photos of workwear detailing | [Reference Library] [Pictured]
  • An entire website dedicated to beautiful staircases. God bless this internet | [Stairporn via RFTH]
  • G.H. Bass Weejuns — Made in the USA | [Tucker]
  • Good wines for bad economic times | [New York Magazine]
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