I’ve found that growing up can mean a lot of things. For me, it doesn’t mean I should become somebody completely new and stop loving the things I used to love. It means I’ve just added more things to my list.
I think the media has sent me a really unfair message over the past couple of years, which is that I’m not allowed to date for excitement, or fun, or new experiences or learning lessons. I’m only allowed to date if it’s for a lasting, multiple-year relationship. Otherwise I’m a, quote, ‘serial dater’. Or, quote, ‘boy crazy’.
“How Jordan Brand Is Letting Go Of Old School Industry Rules To Stay Young & Relevant” by TheShoeGame
TheShoeGame gives us an incite on how Jordan Brand has done away with its old roots of sneaker advertisement to appeal to its newer generation. Before when young kids back in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s would cop a pair of Js was simply to hoop and “be like Mike”, now a days everything has changed and many of us in the sneaker community wouldn’t dare to un-DS a pair of retros. Today’s sneakers don’t seem to be focused on performance like they once were, but more of the “cultural impact” they make on everyday life of a sneakerhead. For the full story make sure to check out TheShoeGame’s article post HERE. It was a good read and I definitely agree with everything TSG spoke to us about.
GUEST CURATOR: MARINA BIRCH’S TOP WEDDING TRENDS OF 2015
After months of date-saving, wedding season has arrived, which means for the next couple of months we’ll be celebrating happy couples—and enjoying the work of the creative and talented planners who help orchestrate the memorable events. Curious about what we have to look forward to seeing this year, we asked Marina Birch of Chicago-based BIRCH DESIGN STUDIO to share her top wedding trends for 2015 with us. Read all of Marina’s top picks here.