Hard copy: Details, GQ, Town & Country, Vanity Fair, The Rake, World of Interiors.
Have we lost something in an all-digital, all-electronic world? – A certain satisfaction that comes from tangible ink on paper that can't be replaced by a laptop, tablet or smartphone. Books and magazines picked-up/put down at one's convenience; to be saved and . . . → Read More: In Praise of Print.
Made in The Shade.
Tortoiseshell frames with classic green lenses.
Since the development of dyeable optical plastic, virtually any color and tint of sunglass lens is possible. And yet today, gray and brown predominate. In the Forties, dark green (glass) was fairly ubiquitous and the usual military color. Now it's rarely seen or even offered by . . . → Read More: Sun and Shades.