Sunday, January 24, 2010

Mad Men Beard **UPDATE**

Golden Globes revealed more than just my man John Hamm with a beard, apparently more of the stunningly good looking cast has followed suit. And amazing suits they are.
Even better is the post interview video with the cast, just following their win. I'd say a large majority of this is beard coverage. This will be one of the rare times I thank the press.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Mystery Online Beard

Ok, so apparently I'm not the only one who has been noticing this guy literally pop up all over the web. Who ARE you? WHY are you there? Of all places? It's news to me that hairy men have trouble managing their bills. Still caught my eye, though. ;)

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Mad Men Beard

Jon Hamm, you made it. And you are now THE PERFECT MAN. I almost lost my SH*** when I first caught glimpse of you in this pic. PLEASE let this be a prediction of what's to come in Season 4. I will need to buy a projection TV if that's the case. ;)

Friday, January 8, 2010

Surfer Beard

George Gorrow, cofounder of Ksubi (and, well, awesome), shows off a pair of his sunglasses to the Selby. He.Is.Down.Right.Dreamy. Period. I also kind of love that him and his partner in crime, Dan Single, both Aussie, released live rats onto a runway at one of their fashion shows.

From an interview on TimeOut Sydney:
George: My greatest inspiration comes from two places: The first is friendships and family. The second is travelling. I have many inspirational friends whose vigour pushes boundaries their particular fields. You get so much out of anyone who's passionate about what they do and it's infectious. I'll bounce art off a musician, fashion off a movie director. Everyone has a different perspective and take on things. I love examining life from different angles, and the feeling like I need to pull my socks up.

Culture shocks are just that! They shock you into new ways of thinking and living. I recently went to Morocco and became infatuated by the ancient Buriburi men. They lived in the mountains separating Morocco from the Sahara - the border of Africa but there is no African influence. I found the most amazing decorative dresses and handcrafted artefacts. That just took me to another place.

Read the whole article here or check him out on the Selby one of my frequented checked blogs