dressing for a pandemic party
The Chelsea Boot is the Official Boot of F*ckbois
Laugh a little; it’s the Monday before NYE.
The Apocalypse of 2020 as Told by George Clooney’s Beard
It's a grizzled beard. It's one that's outgrown the weirdly patchy stage and the inevitable itchy stage for big, full splendor – nature's chin guard when the world forces one to take it on the chin. Again. And again. And again. The only salve? Beard up and seek comfort in cumulus-like follicular clouds. Read More: Esquire
How the Most Stylish Guys Are Dressing This Holiday (Zoom) Season
“The definition of ‘evening’ has changed so much,” says Bruce Pask, men’s fashion director for Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus. Still, he thinks the impulse to spiff up remains as strong as ever. “Even if it’s dinner at a friend’s or the two of you at home, there’s something about honoring every occasion. Read more: Robb Report
The Wet Bandits Were Style Icons
Since its November 1990 release, Home Alone has become the locus of an unusually robust media ecosystem. Perhaps you’ve read the theory that Macaulay Culkin’s youthful sociopath Kevin McCallister grows up to become the villain from the Saw franchise. Maybe you’ve realized that Catherine O’Hara plays Kevin’s delinquent mother and the mom on your quarantine-binged Schitt’s Creek. You likely know that Donald Trump makes a cameo in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Read More: GQ
Released every Friday, it’s the Jack Dilusso playlist. This is Volume 1 from last week. It’s the story of Frank and Ava’s love. He saw her years before they connected and said, “I’m gonna marry that woman.” They both shared a similar flaw: insecurity and dreaded being alone.
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