Still in a haze from indulging in too much green beer or Irish whiskey? Don’t worry, this is a judgement-free zone. You may have, however, missed all the things last week had to offer. Let’s break it down:

Facebook is slowly ushering in the death of Instagram. They say users aren’t seeing content and the update “is about is making sure that the 30% you do see is the best 30% possible.” Translation: we are going to force brands to pay to promote content and ruin the platform for the end user.

If you have too many cords at your desk & never know which belongs to what, these simple stickers help you figure out where all your gadgets are plugged in. #FirstWorldProblems?

ICYMI, Brian was interviewed by The Idle Man this week AND began his gig as contributing writer to the Robb Report. Cheers!

If you’re anything like the men here at HSS, you’ll appreciate all of The New York Times articles about the watch industry right now:

– An upcoming auction at Christie’s that is going to make one man the proud owner of a 1967 Daytona Cosmograph. (I think I just heard Brian pass out).

– Chanel Introduces it’s first watch for men, the Monsieur de Chanel, which actually got a rave review from Mr. Ben Clymer.

– How smart is it for traditional watch companies to go smart and should brands create new styles because consumers demand it?

– You already know how we feel about Apple’s version.

– Swiss watchmaker Omega reveals six new Master Chronometer movements.

A new watchmaker who’s family history in the craft dates back to World War II.

The internet freaks out over a disappearing woman and can’t figure out how many girls are in this photo.

It’s hard to pick just one, but not removing the stitching on a vent may be the worst of all “the new suit blunders.”

Article throwback: Trench season is upon us, so how are you going to belt yours?

Yes, there are advertising agencies that are still like Mad Men and no, that’s not a compliment.

Anything we missed? Share your favorite links from last week in the comments!

Stylishly Yours,

Robin West
He Spoke Style

Photograph via iHeart the Street Art.


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