There’s nothing better than girls enjoying the first day of warm weather by shedding all the winter layers, so we hit the streets to show them our appreciation.

10 April 2013 ·

Video: Trust Us, You Want Alexander Wang on Your Snowball-Fighting Team
This is my favorite thing I’ve done for Fashion Week so far (probably because it has little to do with fashion).  The great Jenni Avins, loaded with a bodega bag of artisanal snowballs, gets the cream of the fashion crop to show off their throwing abilities outside the Alexander Wang show.

Video: Trust Us, You Want Alexander Wang on Your Snowball-Fighting Team

This is my favorite thing I’ve done for Fashion Week so far (probably because it has little to do with fashion).  The great Jenni Avins, loaded with a bodega bag of artisanal snowballs, gets the cream of the fashion crop to show off their throwing abilities outside the Alexander Wang show.

11 February 2013 ·

6:30 AM flights from NYC to KS can be rough, but when you’ve got the best seat in the house it certainly makes things better. (This really was just an excuse to show off my favorite pair of shoes: Red Wing Boots, suckas!)

6:30 AM flights from NYC to KS can be rough, but when you’ve got the best seat in the house it certainly makes things better. (This really was just an excuse to show off my favorite pair of shoes: Red Wing Boots, suckas!)

2 April 2011 ·

GQ: The New Rules of Neckties

As the working world goes increasingly casual, it’s the rebellious guys with attitude and serious style who are knotting up.

Yeah, maybe it’s weird to be excited over an article about neckties, but this is vindication for me.  Sweet vindication!!  Though Newsweek’s dress code is business-casual, it’s definitely more casual than business.  As a result, I sometimes catch shit for throwing on a tie, as I am wont to do.  The next time that happens I’m not going to run hunched over into the bathroom to cry and cut myself with my tie bar, but point them to this piece, straighten my tie and offer a hearty, “F you!” to the world.

27 August 2010 ·

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