Your Perks: 1) Tin after tin of delicious, sustainably sourced Italian caviar. Commence the dinner partying. 2) Pens and watches that are better than all other pens and watches because they’re Versace. 3) Really comfortable workout clothes. Actual working out optional.
Things to do for May 28, 2015
Fight Club 2, Handmade Ties and Camping with Breweries
Sweating weekends over here.
The <em>Fight Club</em> Sequel Exists
Almost 20 years after the original, here’s the first of 10 issues from Chuck Palahniuk that will together make the Fight Club sequel—yep, it’s in graphic novel form. You won’t believe it: Tyler Durden starts a knitting club.
Thanks for the Ties, Albert Hammond Jr.
Albert Hammond Jr.:
a) Member of the Strokes.
b) Designer of striped herringbone wool ties and patterned retro-looking ties and hand-screened cotton ties for Jacques-Elliott.
c) Guy with an enviable name.
d) All of the above.
You already know. D. The answer is always D.
Camping and Craft Brews in Yosemite
And there you were, hiking through the Ansel Adams Wilderness on a guided four-night camping trip, stopping for one-off South Gate brews made specifically for this journey, looking at stars and trees and stuff among fellow explorers, one of whom is probably named Brock. Sounds like a good time.
In Case You Missed It...
On Kempt: Summer’s (sort of) here, and it comes bearing 11 of our favorite
summer drinks. In the other corner: here’s how to buy art like a man. A gentle man.
On Driven: Aesthetically inclined BMW enthusiasts, rejoice. And here’s some stuff you don’t already know about the iconic VW bus.
Some Deep Sales for You. Deep.
Todd Snyder: Some guy
named Todd called. He wants you to have a bunch of nicely made spring wearables at up to 40% off. He was
Opening Ceremony: Acne and Alexander Wang and other brands are basically handing you their things on a silver up-to-40%-off platter. There’s no platter.