I came across this Tumblr share by Biggs of Unkommon Kolor/Stem & Thorn and wanted to share it with you!
I always knew Biggs owned and loved the “Good Dallas” t-shirt, but I had no idea just how much he sported it around. Here’s Biggs’ description for the image:
What does your “favorite outfit” look like? I’m not talking your overall favorite outfit. I’m talking if you made an outfit of your favorite individual or “go-to” pieces in your wardrobe what would the fit look like? It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t exactly “work” together, it’s not supposed to. This will change as your personal style or wardrobe changes but at this exact moment what is your “Favorite outfit”? Here’s mine.
Stussy Stock US/CA Camo Snapback. Timex Jumbo 80 in red. The Good Child “Good Dallas” tee. H&M beige 5 pocket twill slim fit trousers. Falling Whistles brushed metal. Air Jordan VI White and Varsity Red.
Thanks for the support, Biggs!
As you might have read previously, I was privileged be in company for Sarah Jaffe‘s newest album-listening session last month. Jaffe is a 26-year-old singer-songwriter who hails over the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex in Texas. She has gotten a lot of hype over the years from all over the place, and now most recently including NPR, Vogue, and Marie Claire (What?! Awesome!).
In celebration of her album releasing today, The Body Wins, here is a short video of Jaffe singing “Sucker for Your Marketing.” The video is filmed on my iPhone 4s, so I apologize beforehand for any poor sound quality you might encounter.
Please support the album here or here. I prefer vinyl myself and can’t wait to get my hands on a copy. Jaffe also headlines at the Granada Theater in Dallas, TX on May 5th.
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It always feels good to get out and about on the weekend. Funny enough, this past weekend I got out, about, and back inside. Here’s a look at my visit to artist Mylan Nguyen‘s show at The Public Trust: Les Grand Personnes Ne Comprennent (The Big People Do Not Understand).
Words that came to mind in regards to Mylan’s show: organic, raw, colorful, playful…a doodle-bomb of rainbow vomit that smelled like flowers and sounded like Department of Eagles. In other words: amazing.
Look inside the house!