Now that Thanksgiving's out of the way, we move on to a few brutal weeks of non-stop holiday parties. This lil flask should help you get through them, and also convey your sentiments to anyone standing nearby.
Popshot Magazine is a new journal that aims to help ease poetry's cringe-factor.
Back to work, but all is not lost.
On December 2, join CONFETTISYSTEM to celebrate the launch of PARTYPARTY, their new collection of party supplies for Urban Outfitters. 526 Avenue of the Americas at 14th St.; 7-9 pm. RSVP for 20 percent off all purchases that night! RSVP@urbanoutfitters.com
This Friday, the pop-up shop at Space 15 Twenty gets taken over by gifts. Which is awesome, because that's what you're shopping for this time of year, right? Gifts, as in things-for-other-people. Not for you (but if you want to sneak a couple of things in there for you, we'll pretend not to notice).
The Documentary and A Dream is J.Lindberg's biannual style and inspiration compendium.
We kind of don't know what to say about the fact that Kings of Leon have teamed up with Surface 2 Air to create a collection, other than that it will let you dress exactly like Kings of Leon. Whether or not that is a good thing remains to be seen.
The 5 Year Plan is a limited-edition, handmade art book printed inspired by Indian practices of khadi and jholas. It's silkscreened onto hand-loomed khadi cotton cloth and hand-bound and includes art from the likes of Francisco Clemente and Yoko Ono. All proceeds benefit Doctors Without Borders, and it's also just plain pretty to look at.
Something to be thankful for.
Only two days left to Save Fashion. So hurry up and take advantage all the great clothes—like Urban Outfitters designer collaborations—at prices up to 90 percent off retail.
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Beck produced Charlotte Gainsbourg's upcoming album, and this video of their duet "Heaven Can Wait," is like an amuse-bouche for what's to come.