Here are three links I was into this week:
The New Yorker’s theory on the decline of J. Crew: Millennials just aren’t into the overt marketing in their style guides anymore. We don’t want to be told how to dress, in a world dreamed up as “a certain kind of charmed existence, showing how a recent college grad with a creative-professional job might dress for brunch, work, a date, a hike, a vacation, or a wedding.”
Lauren Greenfield’s photography on materialism, fictitious social mobility, and the projection of wealth.
And finally, a beautifully shot music video from minimalist techno artist Kelly Lee Owens.