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When Ugly Sweaters Aren’t Ugly

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 4:36pm

“Bro, you heading to that ugly sweater party this weekend?” was a question I heard way too many times in college. It was an excuse to drink winterized versions of alcohol that don’t need them. I like a Hot Toddy ...


Laser Lapel Is The Future Of Douchewear

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 4:19pm

Do you guys have friends and maybe even a significant other? Do you want each and every one of them to hate you and then leave you forever? Well, then fuck the club up in some sick ass Laser Lapel ...


Your #Menswear History Lesson Of The Month

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 3:56pm

Wow, fashion really is a flat circle. Back in the dark ages when dudes had full on blogs with purchased domain names and everything, quilted jackets were super popular. Well, not really super popular, but, like, 12 dudes who had ...


Two Women Perfectly Recreate Kimye’s Iconic Looks With “What Would Yeezus Wear”

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 1:17pm

There’s cleverness and ingenuity all over the world, you just have to find it. Take these two women, Katie Burroughs and Kathleen Lee, who have taken it upon themselves to replicate, imitate and emulate some of the best paparazzi pics of ...


Club Monaco Fall/Winter 2014 Is A Sleeping Giant

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 12:43pm

Club Monaco qualifies as a sleeping giant at this point. It’s not as big of an empire as J.Crew is, but its taste level ebbs and flows with the motion of the menswear ocean. They’re even stocked at Mr. Porter now ...


The Life Breath That Will Get You Through The Modern Workweek

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 12:22pm

When is a blue shirt just a blue shirt and when is a blue shirt more than just a blue shirt? LMAO no one ever came to Four Pins looking for answers to the big questions in life, dawg. This ...


The Don Dada Lights Up A Stogie

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 11:59am

All I really know about Niuhans is that they produce limited-run garments in understated colors and cuts, all the while crafting them from super soft and quality fabrics. Just how understated? There aren’t even any words on their tags. This ...


Mario Lopez’s Guide To Life

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 11:19am

Everything you need to know about A.C. Slater's completely insane memoir. ...


Your Cross To Bear

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 10:51am

Sneakerboots are a relatively new species. They’re like the Coywolf. Have you guys heard of the Coywolf? I watched this PBS documentary on the Coywolf, which is a hybrid species of wolves and coyotes. It’s bigger than a coyote, but ...


Beauty & Youth Fall/Winter 2014 Will Have You Venting

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Tue, 10.28.14 at 10:27am

Beauty & Youth always pops up at a weird juncture in my life, usually at times when it wouldn’t be prudent to purchase anything from them. Which, to be fair to them, is pretty much everyday, since I am constantly ...


Draft Day Jacket Lining

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Mon, 10.27.14 at 5:00pm

This visvim trench coat reminds me of the past few NBA drafts when the most touted prospects would stand up in their extremely long-limbed suits and show off the liner of their jackets to reveal that they had their college colors ...


Perfect Alphet Construction Weather

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Mon, 10.27.14 at 4:28pm

I own, like, seven wool and/or cotton jackets in the exact same style as this Le Laboureur jacket and I still want to buy it. Made from 100% non-dyed virgin wool, this jacket is perfect for the weather right now. ...


Tracking A Sneaker Release As If It Were Your Own Child

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Mon, 10.27.14 at 3:54pm

We are not rumor mongers like so many sneaker blogs out there, but these Air Tech Challenge IIs that released over in Europe are so dehydrating. I’ve legit never been thirstier. I remember seeing photos of these in the summer and praying ...


Complete And Utter Turtleneck Conjecture

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Mon, 10.27.14 at 3:18pm

This turtleneck sweater made by Inis Meain features a textured pattern made to evoke the stone walls that stretch over 1,500 miles of the company’s namesake island, which is a really nice fact to know, I guess. A more important ...


Pigalle And Stephane Ashpool Balance Breaking Out With Staying Local

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Mon, 10.27.14 at 2:46pm

Over at The New York Times, Matthew Schneier dives into the history and culture surrounding one of the most popular streetwear brands out today and its somewhat mysterious founder, Pigalle’s Stephane Ashpool. Overall, the piece is a fascintaing look at how ...