What are you are you reading this week?

The Fashionisto

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Published September 21, 2008

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One of my favorite places just happens to be the Bookstore, where I end up buying way too many magazines each month.  I have plastic bins full of magazines in my closet.  I like to revisit old magazines occasionally for inspiration.  On a day to day basis, even yearly, it does not seem like the menswear aesthetic changes greatly, but magazines tell another story and I find that fascinating.  I like going through old magazines, taking note of elements that have changed, and keeping in mind styling that still works today and is capable of inspiring new looks.   Maybe in the future, I will share these looks.


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  1. My eyes are already tired. “Why not end the college experience with another literature class?” I thought to myself. So many books to read this quarter…

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