Street spotted this out on my walk today:

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Picture a Jared Leto looking guy about 6″6′ in height weighing 90lbs with that hanging off of him.  Yea I immediately jumped to the conclusion that he was gay… don’t get all bent out of shape.  I don’t care that he was gay, he wore that shirt with authority and I almost felt like telling him that.  Do gay guys ever get compliments from straight guys?  Probably not, it’s a slippery slope I’m assuming most don’t want to tread near.  Regardless, this guy didn’t have a care in the world that his shirt was clearly from the women’s department, good for him.  I like how society is going toward less people caring about trivial shit like that too.  Old people though you need to watch out for… they will continue to drop offensive gay and racist statements at any moment.

$34 from Urban Outfitters if you want to make a blurring gender lines type statement, or if you have a girlfriend you think would look hot in it.

If they made a men’s crewneck raglan with this theme I would be all over it.

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Because some people use pencils and make mistakes:

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The six pack available for £5 ($7 USD) over at Mustard.

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Converse delivers for fall 2013:

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What’s not to like about these?  Even that signature line on the toe in black looks legit.  I always liked that detail on the Purcells.  This contrast stitching on the upper too tho… DAMN.

They are not on the Converse website yet, because they don’t come out until July 1st apparently.  I’m definitely going to keep my eye out.

P.S. Am I the only one that finds it depressing we’re already talking about fall?  It hasn’t even been real hot out yet.  Can I live?

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For soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injury and the psychological effects of war, a Department of Defense art therapy program hopes to provide relief:

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Making art can help people unlock dark emotions or memories that they can’t yet vocalize, pulling those buried anxieties from their subconscious and placing them onto a canvass or into a lump of clay, said Donna Betts, a professor in the art therapy program at George Washington University.

Full Story, more mask pictures, and the story behind the masks over at over at NBC.

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The classic MA-1 sleeve pocket gets a new home:

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Subtle military design cues work well.  Trust Japanese brand Digawel to do it right.

I find I’m always shoving my keys and store receipts in my MA-1’s pocket sleeve.  I don’t know how well a heavy set of keys would work in this pocket on a thin cotton shirt, but I could definitely puff it up real nice with a week’s worth of Starbucks and Costco receipts.  Flex smarter, not harder is what I always say.

$275 over at Maas And Stacks.

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Makeover of the standard duffle bag:

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Check out the eBay auctions for lots of pictures of all 20, and to place your bids.

You can also click through the gallery on Details’ website.

Twenty of America’s greatest menswear designers reinterpret a standard army/navy duffel bag.  Transformations by Marc Jacobs, Tommy Hilfiger, Rag & Bone, Billy Reid, and others—and bid on these one-of-a-kind works of art on eBay from June 10 to June 17. Proceeds go to the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers Of America) Foundation, which benefits emerging designers.

Some are cool, some really are lame.

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