We’ve reached that time of winter when you can’t leave home without solid hand coverage. So we’ve put together a little inspiration in the form of the most significant moments in glove-wearing history. May your digits be lifted.
Proceed to glove history.
We conclude #Merica Week with an ode to America’s sweetheart, one Miss Kate Upton. Have a happy Fourth of July, gents.
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via Vogue Spain Old News: Aaron Sorkin’s Newsroom got off to a familiar start last night--here are fourteen of Sorkin’s most noticeable recycled bits. [ Vulture] Foreverland: There’s no better way to honor the memory of Michael Jackson than hearing R. Kelly tell the story. [ People] On the Beachfront: Hypebeast hips us to some spectacular photography of the iconic lifeguard houses of Miami beaches. [ Hypebeast]
Mad Hat: Cool Hunting finds the finest specimens of the “hat of the hour,” the five-panel cap. [ Cool Hunting]
Have Some Cake: In honor of Ms. Upton’s birthday, here’s a countdown of 20 of her finest moments. [ BroBible] A Bespectacled Spectacle: In their ongoing fixation with the Miami Heat’s thick-framed glasses, Esquire tracks down the source: a local designer from Brazil. [ Esquire] Technicality KO: Deadspin tries to explain the idiosyncrasies of scoring boxing matches. (And how Manny Pacquiao got screwed.) [ Deadspin]
Them Apples: In the event you’d like to get yourself an Ivy League education Good Will Hunting-style, here’s how you’d do it. [ Open Culture]
When Pranks Aren’t Funny: The first round of the NFL draft happened last night. A few kids became millionaires. One kid thought he did for a couple minutes. [ Deadspin] Hooked on a Fellini: Vulture takes you behind the gates at the world’s most heralded film studio—Rome’s Cinecittà. [ Vulture] Going Yard: Esquire’s guide to everything you need to tend to your land/that rooftop putting green you just planted. [ Esquire]
Kate Upton Is Really into Horses: And other things you should bring up during your next conversation with her. [ GQ]
This snap comes from the latest issue of
, where fashion’s favorite perma-grinning photog Terry Richardson followed Ms. Kate Upton about her day at the Beverly Hills Hotel—sunning poolside, wearing floppy hats, the usual—until our favorite bow-tie-wielding comedian Aziz Ansari suddenly entered, frame right. It’s hard to know exactly why he’s in this single photo, but we’ve got a hunch... Harper’s Bazaar
And it has to do with dressing the part.»
The Sale of Sales: Sid Mashburn’s late winter sale is in full swing, and it’s moving fast. The pants are already gone, and the shirts are soon to follow. The race is to the swift. [ Sid Mashburn] The Work Continues: The Scout catches up with Takashi Tateno, the man behind Japan’s heroic Workers http://e-workers.net/ site. Workwear at its finest. [ The Scout] Foreign Climes: A spectacular globe-trotting pictorial from Bergdorf Goodman. [ Bergdorf Goodman]
All American: An overdue salute to Jim Thorpe, one of the early juggernauts of football. [ Bench & Loom]