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YALE vs HARVARD: How to Dress for the Prepster Olympics

Ahhhh, it’s that time again in the north east.  The weekend before Thanksgiving is a holiday in it’s own right in either New Haven. CT or Boston, MA. You see, the Cambridge Crimson and Old Blue & White will again meet in the oldest and most storied rivalry in American sport lore, and the insanity will ensue. It’s been a thing since programs looked like World War 1 recruitment posters. See: Below. It’s the College Game Of The Week, and a few years back, on ESPN’s College Gameday Show, this now famous sign Sharpie-ed it’s way into history on live TV. Yale pranked Harvard back in 04 with the now classic “Faux Pep Squad” prank as seen in the below video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4kai4FL0MQ Nothing is uphill from there at all, with both sides continuously stooping to epic new lows to bully and one up, rather intelligently, the other school. This is Red…

Coveting The Highly Secretive Brilliant Line Kollar. 10 Must Have Pieces.

KOLLAR CLOTHING ( *CALLˈER )  IS AN ART FORM RATHER THAN A PIECE OF CLOTH THAT IS WORN” So reads the first paragraph from Canadian/Slovakian clothing line Kollar. Kollar prides itself on being less streetwear, less luxury, and more sartorial modern art. Before the line was launched, countless hours were spent perfecting fit, detail, construction, and framing of each piece, be it footwear of denim, t shirt to accessory. Kollar is unapologetically funky and avant garde, while never “overdoing it”- keeping in mind that innovation is sometimes refined and simplistic. Kollar is also rather popular for being niche and hard to find, only distributing garments to handpicked boutiques that share character and lifestyle, and do not believe in overexposure or hype. Here are 10 essentials from this new hard to find, and harder to predict line from The 6/Eastern Europe. 10. KOLLAR CHELSEA BOOT  The boot has a tall height and flat toe…

2018 Is Actually 1992. Here’s Why.

Wanderset Breaks Down Why 2017 Feels Alot Like 92-97, And Explores The Theory That Everything Repeats Itself On A 20-25 Year Grid.  When I was 17 I used to skip class in New Haven, CT and go hang on the green or at pubs in the Arts District a ton. I used to have conversations with bums, doctors, gangsters and Yale students alike. It expanded me. To be honest, my class cutting adventures are probably the reason I do anything I do now. It was a period of huge growth. Ironically, the hobos would say the most expansive things. There was this one cat, who they called “Money” (the proverbial they stay giving out ironic names, fa sho’) who told me this theory about how culture in general was on a 20-25 year cycle. Music and fashion all took two decades to circle. Nothing proves Money was actually money on…