What We Read This Week


Brad
Remember the Jerky Boys? Well this is kind of like that, except the pranks are all done over text, and they’re actually funny (really, really funny). Textastrophe

Valet rounds-up some great under the radar Colognes. Valet: Under the Radar Colognes

Chris Olberding, the designer behind my all time favorite shirt brand Gitman Vintage, gives his 10 rules of style to Details. Details: Rules of Style: Gitman Vintage’s Chris Olberding

And finally, here are all of Obama’s best one-liners from the White House Correspondents Dinner, in GIF form. Sand & Glass: Obama’s one-liners during his speech at the White House Correspondents Dinner.

Nick
Supreme is suing Married to the Mob for their 2004 “Supreme Bitch” t-shirt, claiming brand infringement on a logo design they didn’t create and can’t copyright. In response, Barbara Kruger, the artist whose work the Supreme logo is based on, issued the following (hilarious) statement. Complex: Barbara Kruger Responds to Supreme’s Lawsuit: ‘A Ridiculous Clusterf**k of Totally Uncool Jokers’

Men: if you find a woman who can recreate one of the greatest jackets ever to grace the world of #menswear, and for a fraction of the price, put a ring on it. Quick. Put This On: There’s Nothing Like Homemade

Ruell & Ray just released the lookbook for their spring/summer 2013 jawnz. It was shot in Las Vegas and it is simmering with heat. SIMMERING. Thrashonistas: Recent

Jake
Paul Miller took a year off from the internet and lived to tell the tale, although I’m not too sure he’d recommend it. The Verge: I’m still here: back online after a year without the internet

The House of Majd is very quickly becoming my new favorite blog thanks to excellent articles such as this one. The House of Majd: Polo (Not Ponies)

And in case you missed it last it week, or if you were just wondering what to buy me as a gift for my upcoming college graduation, check out the newest project from Andy Spade and the rest of the Partners & Spade team. Never have I wanted pajamas more. Sleepy Jones

Christine
The original Tevas are back kids. And I, for one, am thrilled about it! N’East Style: Teva

Buddy Jeff Thrope put together a “Wear This” for Cool Material. Gets you in the spirit for some spring hiking. Cool Material: Wear This: Jeff Thrope from Cold Splinters

James Wilson gives us another Out/About/Here/There, and another excuse to spend hours looking at awesome photos. Secret Forts: Out/About/Here/There.

  • CTP

    you know, the first time you came out with this this “feature,” i was like wtf, this isn’t clothes… but by the second time i was mad hooked on it yo. and i like that the content is all over the place.

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      Thanks CTP!

  • http://doublemerrick.com Merrick Angle

    Yep, I completely agree. Initially I thought ‘Uh oh, a bunch of tedious links’, but now I really look forward to seeing what you guys have read. Thoughtful, genuine content that you don’t see anywhere else!