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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

  • Kempt Staff
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.