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Soxfords' Cheeky New Tie Collection: Deviled eggs, Hula girls and a party monster add some well designed fun to your look


In the limited world of men's accessories, ties (and bowties) are often given the mighty task of making a statement.

Link About It: Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture


Though the museum was originally proposed a century ago, Washington DC's Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture finally opened its doors this past weekend.

Converse Essentials Collection: Launching the new range for all genders, along with a collaboration with Fragment founder Hiroshi Fujiwara


Diverging from the tech-heavy, '90s-influenced activewear and athleisure gear that's still saturating the industry, Converse announced its Essentials collection today.

ListenUp: Francis And The Lights feat. Kanye West: My City's Gone


Francis and the Lights (Francis Farewell Starlite's project) has just released a gorgeous, minimal but still grand track called "My City's Gone." The song features Kanye West, but in a way that might not be obvious or expected: West's contributions......

Link About It: Snapchat Announces Video-Enabled Sunglasses


While Google Glass didn't really take off (yet), Snapchat evidently thinks there's still something in tech specs as they have just announced their video-enabled sunglasses: Spectacles.

Adam J Kurtz's "Pick Me Up: a Pep Talk for Now and Later": An activity book full of sound advice and existential, gallows humor


Brooklyn-based artist and designer Adam J Kurtz is launching his second book, "Pick Me Up: a Pep Talk for Now and Later" (the follow-up to "1 Page at a Time"), and it's very much an activity guide for grown-ups.

ListenUp: Sexual innuendo from Tegan and Sara, new music by Dirty Projectors, a video from Bloc Party and more in our musical round-up


Dirty Projectors: Keep Your Name After teasing us about new music for the first time in seemingly forever, Dirty Projectors (the project of producer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist David Longstreth) has released a new track: the strange and wonderful......

Link About It: This Week's Picks: A new, intimate documentary about David Lynch; a functional 18-karat gold toilet; a clock made of trucks and more


1. "David Lynch: The Art Life" Documentary An intimate and fascinating look at the life of the brilliant filmmaker and artist David Lynch will premiere at next month's London Film Festival.

The First Futurecraft Shoe from adidas' Speedfactory: The Made-For-Germany sneakers demonstrates the factory's sheer proficiency


Not only is adidas making a push toward decentralizing their manufacturing—a move that will make truly local products in record (robotically-powered) time—they've also unveiled the first-ever shoe from their flagship Speedfactory concept production......

ListenUp: Kehlani: CRZY


Kehlani's You Should Be Here was a gift that kept giving last year, and now she helps us cling to summer with her new video for "CRZY." The sun-drenched clip features Kehlani and a diverse bunch of dancers showing off moves choreographed by Antoine......

September Scotch: Three Times Distilled Auchentoshan Single Malts: How the process affects flavor, and why it's OK to use this whisky in cocktails


The distillery for single malt Scotch brand Auchentoshan (pronounced "AWK-EN-TOSH-EN") can be considered geographically distinct for an uncommon reason.

Link About It: How Early Humans Migrated From Africa


Three recently published papers suggest that "modern non-Africans originate from a single out-of-Africa migration." This is believed because the three studies analyzed genomes from 787 people who come from over 270 populations all over the world—and......

Link About It: Hillary Clinton on "Between Two Ferns"


Certainly a scarier interview scenario than appearing on Jimmy Fallon, a very brave Hillary Clinton was interviewed by the brilliantly weird and funny Zach Galifanakis on "Between Two Ferns." The results are just as awkward and thoughtful as fans of......

Studio Visit: Reiko Kaneko: The Japanese-British ceramics designer discusses reactive glazes, her place in Stoke-on-Trent and her work outside the realm of pottery


At the softly sun-bathed studio of ceramics designer Reiko Kaneko, working with glaze is one big experiment.

ListenUp: Dirty Projectors: Keep Your Name


After teasing us about new music for the first time in seemingly forever, Dirty Projectors (the project of producer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist David Longstreth) has released a new track: the strange and wonderful deep cut "Keep Your Name......

Cacao in E Major: An Immersive Symphony of Chocolate Synethesia: An all-five-senses feast from composer and chef Ysanne Spevack


There's a tangible link between a great meal and the sensation of happiness. We are all aware of this.

ListenUp: Tegan and Sara: Stop Desire


Super-boppy "Stop Desire," from Tegan and Sara's fantastic Love You to Death is yet another pop gem off the record, that steers clear of being vacuous and formulaic.

Buy: VOGUE: Voice of a Century


VOGUE's "Voice of a Century" is a 448-page anthology for serious fashion experts and collectors. The leather-bound tome has been made to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the magazine, and includes iconic photographs, illustrations and interviews......

PAX Lab's Two Next-Generation Vapes: An entirely new vapor platform for cannabis concentrates, and a new dual-use system


Anyone familiar with PAX's previous range of vaporizers understands the impact they've had on the smoking community.

AutoCamp, Russian River: Design-forward, luxury camping among the Redwoods just outside San Francisco


In a stunning native Redwood forest about an hour and a half from San Francisco, AutoCamp's latest location has just been unveiled—and it's unsurprisingly a feast for the eyes.


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