To guarantee you look sharp this summer: 50 extra bucks at Lyonstate, where you can pick up handsomeness from A.P.C., Herschel and others. Also: 33% off top-notch grooming essentials (Baxter shaving creams, Kiehl’s hair gels...) and 25% off this game-changing device that turns any hard surface into a speaker. Your summer playlist deserves it.
Things to do for May 23, 2013
Rag & Bone, Paz de la Huerta and Hot Sauce
Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon and the weekend.
Eat Some Ribs. Then Listen to This.
Radio. That’s still a thing... we think. Anyway, here’s a new radio-ish app that streams workout playlists. You just pick a genre (electronic, rap, rock, country), let the beat build and then burn off your Memorial Day cookout until it’s over. Or until you remember there’s leftovers.
A Photographic Ode to Paz de la Huerta
Paz de la Huerta. You know her. Nucky Thompson’s old fling. Name is “Paz.” But somebody knows her better: namely, her friend who spent a winter photographing her looking artistically underdressed in her apartment. And now they’d like to share that with you. The photography, not the apartment.
Rag & Bone Doesn’t Have Sales. Unless...
Here’s what you do. You go to Rag & Bone’s website. You check out their sale section. You find things you like—shirts, jackets, fedoras, whatever. You put them in your virtual shopping cart. You get up to 50% off. And then we stop telling you what to do.
The Hot Sauce Cookbook Has Arrived
Tabasco. Sriracha. Cholula. All have two things in common: they’re delicious, and they’re not made by you. Hence, this hot-sauce-only cookbook, which provides everything you need to make a tasty habanero-ghost-pepper-mole sauce. Well, except the habaneros, ghost peppers and mole.
Some Lifesaving Skins for Your iPhone
Life rafts. Fire hoses. In terms of lifesaving inventions, those are pretty solid. Also: they make excellent iPhone skins. Like these, made from an old 1970s life raft, recycled fire hoses and military-issued camouflage canvas. Probably still keep it out of water, though.