Fashionable Fight Club, Whitney Goes Back to PR, and What Was The Hipster?

boyfriend-suit-gucci-linnksThe boyfriend suit is back. Your college boyfriend is not. (NYT, photos via
The T Magazine yet again opens their closets, this time for shoe fetishists. (The Moment)
The long-awaited Obama puppy, Bo, shows his gay pride, marking a huge step forward for gay pets everywhere. (I Mean What)
When Linda Evangelista first met Steven Meisel she was complemented on her knees and gums, which, if you think about it, actually are quite nice. (Fashionologie)
L.A. Racked sticks its head into the new Welcome Hunters location. (Racked)
New York's ultra-insider set have been enjoying nights of underground boxing, featuring male models, to boot! Check our twit for more delicious deets. (Fashion Copious)
The "Free The Beatrice" event at the Cooper Hotel this weekend was a kick—open bar, no mob scene, "Free the Bea" shirts, and not a single boxing match broke out. (Interview)
A symposium at the New School tackled the tough philosophical question, "What Was the Hipster?". Anyone who goes to underground boxing matches after breezing through the "Free the Beatrice" party might be a good candidate. (The Observer)
Acclaimed actor Whitney Port has left DVF to return to her People's Revolution roots. As long as this means there's more Kelly Cutrone on television, we approve. (The Cut)
And in case you needed another speakeasy-type joint to quench your everlasting thirst, David Chang, mad-pork-genius behind the Momofuku enterprise, is expanding his Ssam bar to include a cocktail lounge. We demand ramen-flavored martinis topped with a poached egg. (Down By The Hipster)

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