What We Read This Week

As it turns out, there’s a lot more to the internet than just clothes, or, at least that’s what the other Well Spent writers keep telling me. So, I’ve decided we should start doing a weekly round-up of our favorite clothing and non-clothing related links. Welcome to the first edition of What We Read This Week. Happy clicking.

You don’t have to be crazy to work with Lindsay Lohan, but it helps. New York Times: Here Is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie

Is Tumblr killing personal style? Jian DeLeon thinks it is, and his argument’s a damned good one. Complex: Why Tumblr Is Killing Personal Style

Spoiler alert: the fashion industry is kind of terrible. Complex: 10 Things Everyone Thinks About the Fashion Industry (But No One Will Say)

The Nanamica SS13 drop at End Clothing is as insanely covetable as it is insanley priced. End Clothing: Nanamica SS13

And lastly, here’s a link to Fugazi playing Waiting Room live, because why not. YouTube: fugazi waiting room

I decided to find out what men’s brands had the most ridiculous names, and then suggested new ones. And, you know what? IT’S PRETTY DAMN FUNNY. Complex: The 12 Most Ridiculous Clothing Brand Names Right Now

This may be a touchy subject for some, but Samuel L. Jackson turned a regular ol’ press interview for the awesome movie, Django Unchained, into something innately humorous. BlackBook Mag: Samuel L. Jackson Responds to ‘Django’ Controversy By Imploring Journalist to Say the “N-Word”

I am a die-hard Redskins fan, so when the injury of quarterback Robert Griffin III was added to the insult of Seattle’s pummeling, I was crushed. We all knew he SHOULD have come out of the game, but we also knew he would not. Nate Jackson of Deadspin explains why. Deadspin: The Health Of An NFL Player Belongs To Everyone But The Player Himself

Since discovering it a few months back, Milstil has quickly become one of my favorite blogs thanks to their posts on the not often seen (or blogged about) side of menswear. Case in point, this gem about the styles of Hans Wiegel and Pieter van Vollenhoven, two Dutch politicians who I’d never even heard of before. Milstil: Brothers from another mother?

This week marked the start of a new series for GQ.com from Liam Goslett, the ever-talented Canadian photographer, that profiles modern menswear icons and the items they’ll never let go of. GQ.com: The Things They Carry

Critic Alan Sepinwall breaks down the turning point episodes for some of the most legendary TV shows of all time. Just another reason to talk about why The Wire was the best show ever. A.V. Club: Alan Sepinwall on turning points in Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, The Wire, and more

“Sammy Sosa. Yes, I’m the real Sammy Sosa, and this is my Pinterest.” By far the strangest thing to come out this week was Sammy Sosa’s official Pintrest page which contains nothing more than weird glamour shots of the aging slugger posing around his house. Pinterest: Sammy Sosa Official Pinterest

As a contributing writer for Kaufmann Mercantile, James Fox of 10engines dives into topics that deserve diving into, but rarely get written about. This week he took a closer look at the origins of the Diner mug. Kaufmann Mercantile: Diner Mug

First chance to pre-order Mikael Kennedy’s new polaroid book ‘Between Dog & Wolf’. Mikael Kennedy: Between Dog & Wolf

Vanity Fair calls our attention to the likeness of Cy Twombly’s Untitled #1 and Jack Lew’s signature. Vanity Fair: Separated at Birth: Jack Lew’s Signature and Cy Twombly’s Untitled #1

Rashida Jones doles out career advice over on Garance Dore. Rashida is our household crush – both me and my fiance love her. Garance Dore: Career / Rashida

  • Aubrey

    Love that you included this feature. Nice to see what else interests the people who we find their output interesting.

  • http://www.pimrakers.nl Pim

    Thanks for the Milstil blog! I added it to my Reader :)