• Critical shopper Mike Albo declares Paul Stuart a “balance of hipness and traditional restraint” | [The New York Times]
  • Evening wear as inspired by Whit Stillman’s Metropolitan | [Rugby] [Pictured]
  • An entire Tumblr devoted to London shop fronts | [LSF]
  • Daiki Suzuki’s (Engineered Garments / Woolrich) NYC shopping and dining picks | [TimeOut New York]
  • Speaking of outdoorsy things – love for Filson’s Mackinaw Cruiser | [Valet]

Bonus edition: Meet you at 4:30 at Brooks, main floor, southwest corner. Where the pajamas intersect with the expensive shirts, right across from the undershorts counter.

Comments on “SIGNALS

    wayne pate on December 11, 2008 11:08 AM:

    Funny, I was just talking to somebody last night about that scene from Metropolitan.

    Ryan on December 11, 2008 11:21 AM:

    Why isn’t Whit Stillman as revered as Noah Baumbach?

    Tucker on December 11, 2008 12:57 PM:

    “…the Phineas Cole shop, a line of slimmer men’s clothing that was introduced last year. Phineas Cole is a fictional character, “the rakish, ‘errant nephew’ of Paul Stuart,” according to the store’s promotional material.”

    I like Paul Stuart, but the concept behind the Phineas Cole boutique is somewhat creepy. If I had a ‘rakish, errant’ nephew I’d cut him off from the trust fund until he straightened himself out.

    Michael Williams on December 11, 2008 12:59 PM:

    I heard Phineas is actually in rehab these days.

    The marketing is creepy indeed, but the shop and merch is quite nice.


    chaz on December 11, 2008 2:09 PM:

    Ryan, maybe because while Whit’s movies tend to be charming, Baumbach’s tend to be better movies?

    Speaking of Stillman, why is Last Days of Disco OOP on DVD?

    joanna goddard on December 11, 2008 2:43 PM:

    i love metropolitan. that dude is so funny.

    trip on December 12, 2008 3:59 PM:

    I’m not sure how I feel about Rugby doing a blog post about “Metropolitan;” dirty or proud?

    alex on December 15, 2008 7:36 PM:

    Agreed, Trip. Im embarrassed for Rugby. Why reference a movie that lampoons the very culture that RL fetishises. Its like trying to be friends the bully who steals your lunch money. Maybe Irony? But, RL’s never been one for irony.

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