If you live in the northeast and forgot to check the weather before leaving the house this morning, check out this typically well edited winter boot story from GQ for what you should’ve been wearing.
Street style photographers are thick on the ground, mostly due to the success of some real talents out there (see Scott Schuman, Tommy Ton, Mordechai Rubinstein). You Have Broken the Internet has unearthed, arguably, the original in an World War II French refugee. Vivian Maier shot a variety of characters in 1950’s New York and, in hindsight, serves as a sartorial de Toqueville. Next up: The Cobrasnake does Henry James?
Start With Typewriters gives the presumably unironically named Japanese mag So Precious the scan treatment. The issue’s not new, but it’s cool.
And finally, Purple editor and noted louche life enthusiast Olivier Zahm throws on his aviators and denim jacket to wax philosophical with Miltos Manetas on the possibilities of the Internet for the NOWNESS exclusive short, Internet is a Desert.