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You Can Sleep Your Way Through The Company But You Can’t Company Your Way Through The Sleep

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You Can Sleep Your Way Through The Company But You Can’t Company Your Way Through The Sleep

Photographed by Oliver Kearon

Photographer: Oliver Kearon for Jedroot.com, London. Style Director: Long Nguyen. Models: Arthur Daniyarov for EliteModel.fr, Jules Raynal and Alexander Ferrario for NewMadison.fr, and Alexander vander Stichele for SuccessModels.com, Paris. Hair: Carole Douard for AirportAgency.com. Makeup: Débora Émy for AirportAgency.com. Grooming notes: Revitalizing Gel, Anti-Fatigue Eye Serum, and Super Moisture Balm by ClarinsMen. Bb Thickening Hairspray, Bb Thickening Serum, and Bb […]

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Office Manners

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Office Manners

Barcelona, Punta Mita, Rome, and How to Get There While Getting Ahead, Properly

Office etiquette, dear readers, is a an imperative mastery, an anyone’s must, the paper-thin-sheared anago of modern manners, and herein you’ll be gifted with some tips on how to ascend the boxy fluorescence, the quotidian paper pushing, the at-times-glaringly-gauche ant farm of the modern work place, and leave a lasting impression. Plastic surgery. Plan your holidays around your chemical peels. There is […]

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Hemingway Cats

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Hemingway Cats

The Cats Ate Well and Cheaply and Drank Well and Cheaply and Slept Well and Warm Together and Loved Each Other

On August 19th of 1944, after flying into Occupied France, Ernest Hemingway took charge of a ragtag group of French soldiers and resistance fighters clothed in the uniforms of a dead group of recon troops, and they drove into Paris a full day before the Allied Forces to liberate the Ritz Hotel, the same hotel Hemingway had famously frequented as […]

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Christian Rosa

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Christian Rosa

A Thousand Separate Heavens for All My Flying Parts

Despite the occupations and the preoccupations we choose (whether they hue closer to light or nearer to the dark—or whether we volley between the two with a bipolar clarity) at the end of it all our forks converge. Painter Christian Rosa uses his pencil, oil, and spray-painted works—and their titling—to coolly embrace these dichotomies. His large abstract canvases with titles […]

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Feral Column

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Feral Column

For They Shall Possess the Land

“I tried to break the spell—the heavy, mute spell of the wilderness—that seemed to draw him to its pitiless breast by the awakening of forgotten and brutal instincts, by the memory of gratified and monstrous passions.” —Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness How separable is a human from their culture? Does the soul speak to us in English or does it […]

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Gower to the 101 to the 110 to the 105 to Sepulveda way

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Gower to the 101 to the 110 to the 105 to Sepulveda way

Nothing Behind Me, Everything Ahead of Me, and Vice Versa

We went out and found ourselves bumper-to-bumper for hours, risking life and limb, dodging bullets, destroying the ozone, witnessing bloodshed, despair, and untamable road rage, all on our daily commute to the office. And our check engine light just lit up.   Photo: Menglin Huang LOCATION: BEIJING, CHINA “Calcutta: Minister son ‘kills’ student in road rage” —The Telegraph India, 22 […]

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I Know The Grind Because My Parents Were Driven Apart By It

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I Know The Grind Because My Parents Were Driven Apart By It

Photographed by Alexandra Leese

Photographer: Alexandra Leese at alexandraleese.com. Stylist: Richard Sloan for SaintLukeartists.com. Models: Daniela kocianova for imgmodels.com, London and Robbie mckinnon for supamodelmanagement.com. Hair: Liam Curran for Frankagency.co.uk using Unite Hair. Makeup: Naoko Scintu for SaintLukeartists.com using Jurlique. Manicure: Imarni for SaintLukeartists.com using Orly. Styling Assistant: Otter Hatchett. Location: F Block Roof of The Old Truman Brewery at trumanbrewery.com, London.

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Memory, All Alone in the Moonlight Or I remember the time I knew what happiness was

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Memory, All Alone in the Moonlight Or I remember the time I knew what happiness was

Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2014-2015

Can a petticoat made with ancient gold-lamé embroidered with flowers and landscapes of pearls, paillettes, and silk threads worn with toga muslin beads and pearls and aqua marine crystals—baptized The Princess from the Land of Porcelain after an 1865 painting by the American impressionist artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler—that required a minimum of 1,400 hours of laborious handiwork by skilled […]

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Kaitlyn Dever

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Kaitlyn Dever

Drift Like Worried Fire

In a lot of ways, Kaitlyn Dever is your average teenage girl: She just got her license and her first car. She’s really been enjoying driving to work by herself for the first time. She posts photos with friends and co-workers on Instagram. But at the same time, life is anything but ordinary for the 17-year-old from Dallas. The job […]

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Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe

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Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe

A Selection of Data About Data

PREFACE Consider, — Ninety percent of the world’s data has been created in the last two years. — It’s estimated that in 2013, humanity generated 4-5 zettabytes of data—an amount that exceeds the quantity of data in 46 trillion print issues of The Economist, which if laid out sheet by sheet on the ground, would cover the total land surface area […]

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