Scout Sixteen - James Dean

Scout Sixteen - James Dean

I’ve always thought idle time was essentially the express train to boredom; after the past few weeks, I’m changing my tune. I’m setting aside this weekend for a major recharge session. I’m going to check out New York Historical Society’s Ludwig Bemelman / Madeline exhibition, shop Union Square’s Greenmarket, and hopefully make my way up to Cold Spring Apothecary to restock some of my favorite wares.

Hope your weekend nails it; here are a few of my favorite links from this week to get you through it…

Really loved this article on gender neutrality in design.

This is by far one of my new favorite sneakers brands… huzzah!

Taylor Swift and hundreds of kittens? I’m in.

Put your new iPhone 6 to sleep… or at least in a leather sleeping bag.

Do you wear glasses? This guide will show you which pairs are best for the shape of your face.

Snagged these insanely cool jogger pants this week. They’re so dope.

This is how much jobs in fashion actually pay.

If you’ve ever wanted to start a blog, here a 7 easy tips to getting started.

Pack for your next trip like a pro with these 8 cool tips.

I just bought these sneakers last week, but I’m thinking I also need these as well.

Amazing article on slowing down in a museum. I need to do this.

With Halloween around the corner, here are 10 of the scariest stories to spook you.

I want to wear this sweater all day, every day.

Every guy should own a topcoat like this for winter.

I love how fashion and interiors fuse in this killer men’s website.

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  1. Couldn’t agree more with the slowing down at the museum article… I noticed this when at the Museum of Civilization in Ottawa Canada, that as I took my time to go through the museum (aprox 5 hours) that everyone was speeding past me simply taking quick snapshots of everything and not taking the time to marvel at the history assembled in front of them. Such a shame that it’s almost a race to see who can finish the exhibits first and finish the museum in less than an hour

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