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                                    VINTAGE CLOTHING AND OTHER INTERESTING THINGS

I like the look of that black leather campus jacket. Im not so sure about that vest though. Where are all the exciting details that made Mister Freedom stand out so much in the past? These shirts look just like the Patrol shirts without pocket flaps.

I like the look of that black leather campus jacket. Im not so sure about that vest though. Where are all the exciting details that made Mister Freedom stand out so much in the past? These shirts look just like the Patrol shirts without pocket flaps.

Some recent Wallace & Barnes pieces I really enjoy. I wouldn’t mind owning either of these.

President Kennedy smokes a cigarrillo outside photographer Howell Conant’s NYC studio

President Kennedy smokes a cigarrillo outside photographer Howell Conant’s NYC studio

(Source: historicaltimes)

New York circa 1903. “The Flatiron Building.” Where, as we like to say, there are three sides to every story. 8x10 inch glass negative.
Photo via: Shorpy

New York circa 1903. “The Flatiron Building.” Where, as we like to say, there are three sides to every story. 8x10 inch glass negative.

Photo via: Shorpy

I was asked a few weeks ago if I could model for a feature in the latest issue of Maclean’s Magazine for a story on shorts with suits. While I would normally never actually wear shorts with a suit, I decided that since I don’t often come across many opportunities to wear my camouflage jacket I would give it a go. I actually own the matching pants to this jacket as well. Wearing a Klaxon Howl camouflage 3 button “Jimmy” blazer, Klaxon Howl One ‘O’ One white poplin shirt, Klaxon Howl khaki Bermuda shorts, vintage 1920s burnt orange tie, Persol 714 sunglasses, and Allen Edmonds shoes.

Photos by Jenna Wakani.