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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ode to my MEC snowpants

Posted on by di in Fashion Good, Project, Psycho-Fashion, Read | 1 Comment

Every morning when I turn on my gas stove, for just an instant that first head-achey whiff sends me right back to a little log cabin in Harvie Heights, Alberta in 1992. The one-room cabin was so old and in need of repair that in some places there were half inch gaps between the logs. I could literally see the heat escaping. We stuffed the spaces with towels and wool socks but to compensate we’d have to turn on the …

Miss Apprehension

Posted on by tim in Fundamentals, Psycho-Fashion | 3 Comments

So there are two types of guys on the either end of the scale. This is universal and cuts across all cultures. It’s science (cause I say so).

The Don Draper Effect

Posted on by jess in Fashion Good, Fundamentals | 7 Comments

I’ve noticed that most of our blogs tend to focus on women’s fashion.  Of course, the biggest reason for this is that most of us who are blogging are women, and women’s fashion is much more pervasive than men’s.  I actually just Googled to see if, and where, men’s fashion weeks are held. It looks like Paris, Milan,Vancouver and Singapore hold men’s fashion week (there may be more, I just stopped looking). The point I’m trying to make is that …

I’m John Galt. No– I’M John Galt.

Posted on by tim in Fashion Bad, Links, Read | 2 Comments

    Question: Would John Galt wear Lululemon. Answer: Yes– because it expresses the highest level of vacuous, self-fellating thinking for people who were born into the kind of cosmic good fortune God would laugh at, if A. it wasn’t so implausible and B. there actually was a God.              

Growth Spurt

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When I went out of town to visit family last month I was actually looking forward to taking a little break from writing. I was afraid I was becoming too negative and self-involved and quite frankly, I was sick of myself. I figured I could take a hiatus and my muse would wait patiently for me in the glove box. Unbeknownst to me she got out for a stretch at one of the new and surprisingly clean ‘Eat Here and …