I've got a big picture of a bear in my kitchen, towering over the fridge, so I get that I'm in an "Ursa Major phase," as I tapped out to a friend recently. Like the best ideas, it appeared unbidden, and I've spent most of the afternoon parsing the sartorial implications of the Big Dipper. Sumptuous luxury? Stripped-down elemental minimalism? Or, more to the point, from the New York Review of Books, "Wherever we go exploring in the world around us, we find mysteries. Our planet is covered by continents and oceans whose origin we cannot explain. Our atmosphere is constantly stirred by poorly understood disturbances that we call weather and climate. The visible matter in the universe is outweighed by a much larger quantity of dark invisible matter that we do not understand at all." Yes, but how does it look?
[Ports 1961 Cloak Jacket with belt, $1390]
Windowlicker - from the French for window shopping: faire du lèche-vitrine - often appears on Tuesday and Thursdays at 10am EST-ish.