Yep, just found out today. The billionaire Richard Hayne, of UO-hipster-fashion fame, is an ultra-Republican, anti-gay and a pro lifer. Some find it reason to boycott UO, since funds go in part toward pro life campaigns. Others simply respond, “meh”. What would you do? Would you forego the multi-coloured skinnies, or rather lavish in “choosing life”?
I don’t really know what “hipster” means, so I did some research on Google Images. Along with some American Apparel undie ads and beer-bemused snapshots from Pabst parties (why do they wear sunglasses in dark rooms in the nighttime?), here were some of my favourites:
I confess that this doesn’t correspond perfectly to my mental image of the hipster. Perhaps it’s because it was supposed to represent the “Columbia hipster.” The Toronto hipsters must be a different breed… One that wears tighter pants.
Ahaha, I just found this incredibly funny. Although I didn’t learn very much.
A few weeks ago, I had my first taste of Boris beer. It tasted good enough — but nothing to write home about. What I liked was the design on the cans. After all, there’s nothing better than a well crafted beer with a well crafted logo, is there?
Oh yes, you heard it here first. Swedish dance-sex sensation Gunther has got a new look.
Oh Gunther, what have you done?!
A co-worker linked me to this blog — it’s called After Deadline and it’ “examines questions of grammar, usage and style encountered by writers and editors of the New York Times.
All in all, a very fine read. Plus you’ll learn a word or two.
Hold on to your hopeful-lost-girl hats, because there’s a new collective fashion consciousness in town. If you thought Lookbook was cool, then you’re way off the radar. Here’s a taste of what the new wave of internet-style has to offer.
BY: RAOOL, 37 YEAR OLD SPACE INVADER FROM THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE