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Gosha Rubchinskiy, Bo Jackson and Declaring War on Fashion Bloggers

  • Kempt Staff
Gosha Rubchinskiy, Bo Jackson and Declaring War on Fashion Bloggers

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

Gosha Golly: W magazine profiles fashion darling Gosha Rubchinskiy who thinks sweats, tees and jeans are the coolest things in fashion.

Bo Knows Best: Bleacher Report dives deep into the history of why Bo Jackson chose baseball.

War of Words: The Daily Beast chronicles Vogue’s recent declaration of war on bloggers.

Keeping Virgil: Business of Fashion charts the unlikely success of Virgil Abloh.

Pundertakers: Wired goes into the belly of the beast of the wince-inducing world of pun competitions.

Sneaker Hunting in Tokyo, the Prince of Fashion and Putting the Y Back Into YSL

  • Kempt Staff
Sneaker Hunting in Tokyo, the Prince of Fashion and Putting the Y Back Into YSL

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

Honest Abe: Michael Chabon takes to the pages of GQ to tell the story of his time at Paris Fashion Week shadowing the prince of fashion, his son.

Sneak Attack: Hypebeast has put together this handy guide to the current state of sneaker shopping in Tokyo.

Take Vacation: Our pals at UrbanDaddy hip us to a new travel site that gets recommendations from the likes of Fitz and the Tantrums and other rock stars.

Y Not: The Cut notes that after Hedi Slimane's exit, the Y is back in YSL but not much else.

LSWOP: Complex highlights a new way to get your hands, er, feet on some Yeezys: rent them.

Essential Online Menswear Shops, Guy Sims Fitch and Why Chris Pratt Is Our Vest King

  • Kempt Staff
Essential Online Menswear Shops,  Guy Sims Fitch and Why Chris Pratt Is Our Vest King

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

Vested Interest: Chris Pratt’s most recent vested turn in Magificent Seven solidifies 2016 as year of the vest and Chris Pratt the vest king, proclaims The Ringer.

Talking Shop: Racked names the most essential online menswear shops.

Government Agent: Gizmodo introduces us to/reminds us of a fellow by the name of Guy Sims Fitch a fake writer invited by the US Government.

Suit Yourself: The Daily Beast explains why custom tailoring is you secret weapon.

Sad Words: Quartz highlights 30 words and phrases that will soon disappear from American English.

Ralph Lauren, Nine Lives and Hangover-Free Booze

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Ralph Lauren, Nine Lives and Hangover-Free Booze

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

Ralph Life: Business Insider charts the rise of the inimitable billionaire fashion icon, Ralph Lauren.

Back Nine: Die, Workwear! gets a first look at new neo-sashiko menswear line Nine Lives.

Wonder Booze: Hangover-free alcohol might replace all alcohol by 2050, reports Highsnobiety.

Logo For It: Fast Company asked some of today’s foremost graphic designers to to name the greatest logos of all time.

Not Coach: BBC tries to find out where the best place to book a seat on a plane is, but realizes there’s really no good answer.

Bill Murray, Gucci on Gucci and the 100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time

  • Kempt Staff
Bill Murray, Gucci on Gucci and the 100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

Gucci ‘Splain: The fine folks at Vogue had the ingenious idea to get Gucci Mane, the rapper, to review the latest runway show from Gucci, the fashion house.

Caddy Slacks: Hollywood Reporter brings word that loveable old rascal Bill Murray is launching a golf clothing line.

Da Words: Chicago Reader laments the slow, subtle disappearance of the Chicago accent.

Alf Time: Now seemed as good a time as any for mental_floss to give Alf the oral history treatment.

Binge Rank: Rolling Stone tempts the ire of armchair critics everywhere by naming the 100 greatest TV shows of all time.

Stylish Geek Wear, Bespoke Suiting and Whether Anyone Is Actually Seeing Now and Buying Now

  • Kempt Staff
Stylish Geek Wear, Bespoke Suiting and Whether Anyone Is Actually Seeing Now and Buying Now

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

See-Saw: The see-now, buy-now phenomenon was a large talking point at this year’s NYFW but it’s not clear if it actually worked, yet at least, reports Fashionista.

MAB Mentality: Business Insider catches up with Michael Andrews to learn how the former lawyer came to revolutionize the bespoke suiting business.

Desk Jockey: Bloomberg strikes back against the tidy-up manifestos and says a messy desk can be just as productive.

Power Costume: Geek wear for men is growing up, reports Racked.

Gold Standard: One of the better Kickstarter campaigns we’ve heard of in a while is trying to reissue Carl Sagan’s Voyager Golden Record.

Cara Delevingne, Nice Sneakers and Waiting for the Uber of Fashion

  • Kempt Staff
Cara Delevingne, Nice Sneakers and Waiting for the Uber of Fashion

Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.

Do You: Highsnobiety has a first look at Puma’s new brand ambassador, one miss Cara Delevingne.

Love Is A Verb: GQ brings word that John Mayer has entered the menswear business, with his own line of jewelry.

Slow Fashion: Forbes laments the lack of innovation in the fashion industry, wondering when we might see the Uber of fashion.

Shoe In: The Critical Shopper visits a trio of high-end sneaker boutiques, to see what all the fuss is about.

Speaking of Sneakers: Racked makes the case that the new holy grail of sneakers is the one loved by father and son, alike.