💤 Sleeping is the new working
AND: Male fashion Ads from the 70s
Powering through the rest of winter and lockdowns won’t be easy.
While you’re at home, don’t forgot about your personal health. A small change can make all the difference. Which is why I’ve invested a lot in lounge and sleepwear.
*leaves Slack up on computer for 6 hours*
It’s made a huge difference in how I feel when I wake up, fatigue throughout the day and confidence. And I’m sleeping better!
So arm yourself with some loungwear, because it’s gunna be a while till we get out there…
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brand of the week: Lahgo
Every piece is designed to perform in the bedroom — think smart fabrics, thoughtful design, and lasting construction. With Lahgo, you’ll want to feel as comfortable in sleepwear as you do in your own skin. Whether you’re dying to get a little nighttime upgrade, or just letting in on the secret you’ve known about for years, now you can show yourself what you’ve been missing.
what’s in my closet: On Running, Cyclon
No, really – you can’t have these shoes. Well, just not forever because On Running will need them back. Why? Because they’re recyclable. These shoes are made from beans. Yes, beans. Castor beans to be precise. Run in them, return them and we give you new beans. And repeat. Own the run, not the shoe. It's a subscription service for $29.99 a month.
this year in fashion history: The 70s
what’s on the coffee table: KEEP
In 2018, two (Canadian) dads we’re faced with a serious problem; there was no way to keep prescription medications securely in our home, away from tiny, curious hands. In 2020, KEEP was awarded the prestigious CES (Consumer Electronics Show) award for innovation, named one of TIME's Best Inventions of 2020 (one of only 6 in the consumer electronics category) and Esquire listed KEEP one of the Coolest Gadget of 2020.
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See you next Tuesday,
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