Duck-Rabbit, David Coggins and Buying 150 Tons of Cashmere In Cash
Today’s must-reads from around the Internet.
Second Look: Nautilus uses the phenomenon of the duck-rabbit to explain how in a world full of ambiguity, we see what we want to see.
Book Smarts: Five O’Clock catches up with man of style and recently minted author on the subject, David Coggins, to talk about, well, men and style.
Cashmere Rules: Fast Company tells the story of the founder of cashmere company Naadam, who began by heading to the Gobi Desert with $3 million in cash to buy 150 tons of cashmere.
Old School: Fader has your guide on how to wear 90s streetwear.
Rolling Out: The New York Times charts the rise of the rise of the Rolling Stones as fashion icons.