This week, we’re hooking you up with rugged Italian-made leather bags from Peter Nappi and selvage denim jeans from Tennessee’s Imogene + Willie. Oh, and we’re sending you on a postcard-worthy luxury camping trip in Montana—let’s just say there are camping butlers involved.
Things to do for February 16, 2012
Hot Shaves, Crawfish and Skee-Ball
Laissez le bon weekend rouler.
This, Folks, Is What You Call Synergy
All in all, Tuesday went pretty well. It just lacked one thing: skee-ball. So grab a partner/ringer and pair up for this co-ed couples tourney. There’s plenty of cold beer, and the chance to win Blackhawks tickets—which were also in short supply on Tuesday.
A Quick Shave at Haberdash EDC
Looks like your trusty dopp kit is due for a restocking. Naturally, this gentlemanly apothecary provides a full array of products for your face (Truefitt & Hill, Baxter, Kent). But since they’re now offering Saturday shaves in an antique barber chair, let the experts handle the hard part.
The president has his tax plan. The Republicans have theirs. Now, finally, common ground: both agree you’d look great in some new jeans. To that end, Congress (or someone at the 900 North Michigan Shops) passed the Thou Shall Pay No Tax at the Likes of Space519, J.Crew and Mark Shale Act.
Habitat for Humanity. You’d do anything for them. If that means sucking down as many crawfish as possible in a crawdad-eating contest—so be it. Just as long as they have plenty of hurricanes to wash them down with. Let us check: yep, they do.