For Guys, a Great Find is Often Multiplied, a New York Times piece by John Ortved, examines a penchant among men for hoarding wardrobe items.
Women shop, men stockpile. That’s one theory, anyway, of how men buy clothes differently from women. If women see shopping as an opportunity, a social or even therapeutic activity, the thinking goes, then men see it as a necessary evil, a moment to restock the supply closet.
I hate shopping, this is starting to look like a pretty good idea.
A slideshow of Colonel Qaddafi’s various wardrobe incarnations.
Drawing upon the influences of Lacroix, Liberace, Phil Spector (for hair), Snoopy, and Idi Amin, Libyaâ€™s leaderâ€”now in his 60sâ€”is simply the most unabashed dresser on the world stage. We pay homage to a sartorial genius of our time.
It’s all about the fashion. Nerd Boyfriend examines old photographs and finds a close approximation of the clothing available at modern retailers. Just in case you ever felt like dressing up as Carl Sagan and lecturing people about The Cosmos.