There are more fashion blogs out there than history books. But today's links are all about legacies, fads, and classic rock-n-roll. PRESIDENT'S CLUB: Thanks to these fantastic portraits, we can now ask the important question: Lincoln movie extra, or Pittsburgh hipster? OSCAR'S RACE:...

(I wonder how much invisible work still gets done by anonymous junior members? Michael Edwards leaves Chaillan himself out of his history of Opium.) Asked about changes in the industry and whether he sees any promising trends, Chaillan is pessimistic and blunt: "No, there are no promising...

It was the way Simons had carved out paths for history to not repeat itself, but to be cut and remixed in a way that felt tangible, and yes, modern. And no, that's not just me throwing out the m word for effect. "For this collection I wanted to continue; I thought there was more to explore....

Roll necks are always a great choice for winter and, so long as it fits you well and comes in a neutral or complementing colour, can really bring out the refined history that is woven into every fibre of tweed. With a dressier pair of boots, this is a really simple look to pull off and can...

want to learn about Natural History. If you are an art lover the Art Institute of Chicago is for you. If you are into space then the Adler Planetarium is for you and if you love learning about creatures of the sea then check out Shedd Aquarium. Want to learn more about Chicago? Check out the...

The campaign, shot by famed fashion photog, David Sims, reads like something out of a history textbook, restrained to black and white, yet oozing power, riches, and costume drama. Obsessed. Photo: Courtesy of Alexander McQueen

Its curriculum holds the philosophy that children should be "actively, emotionally, and thoughtfully" engaged in their learning, with the belief that children already have their true potential inside them and it simply needs help to be brought out to the surface. Aside from the written part...

The goatee is a look with a long history, but all variations on this stylish little beard stem from three basic cuts: the Musketeer, the Van Dyke and the French Fork. While we don't see the French Fork as much these days, men of great renown still go for variations on the Musketeer and Van...

Adam Block: I attended UCLA and graduated with a BA in History. I also took 3 years worth of Pre-Business-Economics courses thinking I would become a Bus-Econ major, but let's just say that didn't really work out. Switching to history gave me extra freedom to take some art and design...

 

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