Dspite reporting on all things Wall Street, and thus most things Frat Bro, the Wall Street Journal has just discovered the trend of upturned collars.
Don’t panic: This doesn’t mean a full-on return of the 1980s preppy look indelibly associated with the popped collar. The modern upturned collar is a nonchalant flourish meant to give an outfit a little flair.
Yes, don’t panic! The proverbial “popped collar,” which most people who play lacrosse have been sporting since at least 2004 on their pink Lacoste shirt, just gives some more pieces of flair. Thanks, WSJ, for explaining that.
But hey, in other news, the dollar is back! America is also back! America!
Read more at the Wall Street Journal.
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Wrangler, yes, Wrangler, the company with Brett Favre in those commercials from a while back, the company of the Working Man and his Working Pants, has finally launched their version of the Moon Program. Launching a space race of epic butt proportions, they have launched the world’s first moisturizing jeans.
- China Newsweek
Liu Xianping, a 72-year old Chinese grandfather, also looks good as a 14-year old Chinese schoolgirl. Liu models clothing for his granddaughter’s teen girls’ clothing company, Yuekou, and surprisingly it looks like it fits perfectly on him (literally and metaphorically). Google Translate provides quotes from the original article at China Newsweek:
“Shrink-wrap a piece of clothing sets himself time, we feel very good to see.” Ms. Lui said.
I don’t think that’s right. MSN UK has a much better translated version of the story.
See more at MSN UK.