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NEW KIDS IN THE HALL: THE INVENTOR OF THE SIX-PANEL VISOR BRINGS NANTUCKET TO FANEUIL HALL

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The space is the brainchild of Luke Gutelius who, after partnering with pal Sean Dew—a Nantucket native born and raised on the Grey Lady herself, who began working at the original TownPool store on ACK when still in high school—opened the mainland outpost two weeks ago. Continue reading

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2ND WIND: END OF DAY RUNNING TIPS

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When you reach the end of the day and the man has beaten you down, it can be tough to find the will and the way to get a run in. You’re already tired, so why make yourself sweat even more? Well, calm down my couch potato friend, this gear will be your ally to finish the day feeling strong. Continue reading

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GOODWILL HUNTING: RENEW YOUR WARDROBE FOR SPRING

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Over the next few weeks, I will be showcasing spring outfits featuring clothing purchased from various Goodwill stores across Boston. Continue reading

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SUMMER FASHION: TAKE OFF YOUR COAT AND STAY AWHILE

 A couple of local designers that’ll keep you cool in these warmer months.
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PROFILE: LABYRINTH

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A labyrinth can be defined as “an intricate structure of interconnecting passages through which it is difficult to find one’s way.” It’s also the inspiration behind Nader Bodaire’s DIY clothing company, appropriately named Labyrinth. We talked with the young entrepreneur and now-senior at Northeastern University about his designs, apparel and future plans. Continue reading

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PHANTASMA: ZACH LANOUE

Zach Lanoue is sitting on a segment of stump. He’s hunched over a glass tabletop, outlining a contorted human figure in candy red paint. His clothes are more or less “right” – hoodie, black pants, shoes.

“I’ve been crossdressing for years,” Lanoue says. He stops. Later he explains: “It was more of an impulse when I was 13 or so and I started wearing non-male-specific clothing and wearing clothing in their not specific orientations on the body. Continue reading

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SUMMER FASHION: KOALACORE

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Founded in 2010, Koalacore not only prints ill t-shirts, hoodies, and accessories, but they care about our furry friends. Each month, the Core donates 10 percent of all profits to the ASPCA—suck on that, Sarah McLachlan. Their tees all feature some form of a koala caught in the middle of doing somethings koalas don’t normally do.

The sick graphics are eye-catching and unique, making Koalacore tees an awesome way to mix up any look.

(left) Go for a scene look with a more violent take on our suddenly-less-huggable friend, the koala bear. $20 

 

Koalacore sported koalas before it was cool, and this hipster light blue tee is fantab on any bear-lover. $20

This academy of Koalacore shirt is dope—there are even zoo animals emblazoned on the crest.
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For those who prefer to roll without sleeves, the stunner shades–wearing owl is the right look.
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SUMMER FASHION: KUSH GROOVE

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Kush Groove is a fresh four-twenty clothing line producing men’s and women’s tees, tanks, and headgear. Continue reading