Say bye bye to February, and hi to your monthly dose of Thrillist Best-of finds. Stop being rude: say hi.
Emailed to New York: The Black Buoy
E-store BB's the exclusive peddler of moan-inducingly soft graphic tees, premium button downs, and winter coats from LOLA and Max & Suzanne, whose Hamptons-reared founders aspired to open a joint Sag Harbor boutique, but were canny enough to say "screw it, doesn't your cousin know HTML?".
Once you go Black...
Emailed to Chicago: Wanna Party
Wanna Party's scenester-photog has uploaded 14 spanking-new galleries of scantily-clad, club-hopping women brazenly displaying their panties, cleavage, and desire to make nice with other women.
Well, do ya? (Click photos)
Emailed to Boston: Evisu
Evisu's nascent Spring line's based on nautical gear worn on the first US voyage by a Japanese sailing ship (borne out in stitched patch pockets, henley-ish sailor collars, wide-legged cuffed trousers, etc) and jeans paying a "deeply researched homage" to Lee denim from the 1910s, when Franz Ferdinand was an archduke, not Scottish indie mavens on a poster above your futon.
More on the gear right here
Emailed to Miami: EntertainmentWeakly
Like a pop Frankenstein, this Gainesville blog concocts unlikely mashups by running vocal tracks through Microsoft Songsmith and letting the program randomly assign wickedly incongruous background tracks.
Check it out. It is ridiculous.
Emailed to Atlanta: Kaleila's Bellydance Baby!
We dare you to look at this video of a pregnant woman belly dancing. Do it! Do it!