#beer #kc #boulevard (at Boulevard Brewing Co)
I could fuks with this.
Portrait d’Yves Saint Laurent. Tirage argentique. Circa 1970. 30 x 40 cm.
Attribué à Helmut Newton.
GANT RUGGER - JE SUIS AMERICAINE
Beautiful Light in my apartment this afternoon.
Milan Sanremo 2013
jane birkin + serge gainsbourg
The cotton suit might be one of the most underappreciated garments in a summer wardrobe. Clients of bespoke tailors are often reluctant to commission them because the expensiveness of the labor can feel wasted on such a cheap material. Ready-to-wear manufacturers also don’t seem to stock many. This season, I’ve seen some nice selections by Brooks Brothers and Attolini, but not many more.
I used to dislike cotton suits because of their lack of “give.” If this isn’t clear, think of the difference between sticking your hands into the hip pockets of a cotton jacket vs. a wool one. The wool jacket will have a certain “give” that makes it more comfortable and, I imagine, adds to how well it drapes and moves. However, I’m starting to appreciate cotton’s advantages. For one, a cotton suit might be the most casual expression of a suit possible, which is useful in today’s age, where most men are seen wearing cargo shorts and untucked pineapple print shirts. They can also be more easily broken up into separates. A cotton jacket can be worn on its own without anyone ever having to think you’ve just come from the office, and the trousers can be used as chinos. And of course, cotton typically wears cooler than wool – all things being equal – which makes it quite useful on a warm day.
Robert knows how to ski.
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