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It would be fitting that on Lawrence's last day here at Four Pins his ass and this dusty website he started and defined get mentioned in a piece for The New Yorker on the current state of menswear. The piece actually does a pretty good job of outlining the relative arc of menswear over the last decade, chronicling each epoch by its signature styles and preferred meeting place on the Internet. The article notes 2010 as a turning point in the growing popularity and mainstream presence of menswear, with dedicated Tumblr hashtags and big fashion brands like J. Crew, amongst others, getting in on the act of marketing and popularizing trend currents running through #menswear. While there is some lamenting of the costume-like nature of some looks, the piece does much work to highlight how the confluence of really disparate styles and cultures facilitated by the Internet has truly changed how men dress themselves and talk about dressing themselves in 2015. You're welcome.
Whatever, we're just writing about this shit because THEY MENTIONED US IN THE FUCKING NEW YORKER LMAO. AYO LAS, REMEMBER TEXTING ABOUT HOW CARAMANICA MENTIONED "HOODRICH IS THE NEW AMERICANA" THAT ONE TIME? THAT WAS FUCKING DOPE.