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And Gia Coppola, niece to Sofia, just directed this Reyn Spooner x Opening Ceremony thing that shows what rich people who are calling themselves “arty indie” do with their time. We want that life, so we aren’t hating…

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Keith Haring x Proper Attire Condoms

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The Keith Haring Foundation and PROPER ATTIRE® condoms just premiered their second collaboration at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and Opening Ceremony boutiques yesterday. By the way, has anyone ever had an allergic reaction to condoms?

Obviously, this ties in with World AIDS Day, and is very notable and honorable collaborations, so if you ever needed more reason to head to MOCA or Opening Ceremony, here is your chance.

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GQ ranks the 10 Best Independent Men’s Stores in America

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We mentioned this yesterday on the site, but men’s fashion is just at a good place at the moment. GQ seconds this, but ranking the 10 best independent men’s stores in America right now. Opening Ceremony, Confederacy, our very own Unionmade, and Imogene + Willie all made it.

Check out the list.

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China not happy with Norway over Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel Peace Prize win

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Its very unfortunate that because a major Chinese Rights Activist, Liu Xiaobo, just won the Nobel Peace Prize, awarded in Oslo, Norway each year, its going to cause a lot more problems for Chinese Rights Activists because you know the Chinese government is going to drop the hammer on a movement that is making it look bad to the rest of the world. Liu Xiaobo, who has spent decades as a non-violent Rights Leader, is in prison now. Probably won’t make the ceremony.

Read more about him here.

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Weakness Wednesday: New Order “Ceremony”

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Probably the greatest of all New Order songs, at it was the first. “Ceremony” stands the test of time because so many bands of today have copied this entire song, guitar tones, drum beat, and bass line complete. Its a triumph after the death of Ian Curtis, it marks the beginning of New Order, and it takes post-punk to a new level.

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Rizzoli releasing what looks like a definitive Joy Division book

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It seems like nowadays, you get a lot of shit for being a Joy Division fan, as it seems cliche. Well, unfortunately for haters and whatnot, the explosion of the Information Age has allowed kids of the slightly depressed persuasion to find bands of olden times that reflect their inner-most thoughts and feelings. And it just so happens that Ian Curtis and the boys could capture that mood. We admit, we are fans but not super fans, although we consider “Ceremony,” the first New Order song post Joy Division / Ian dying, one of our favorite songs of all time. From a historical perspective, it seems to fit a Northern England mood, dark, dreary, post-industrial wasteland sort of vibe. And they were pioneers.

Regardless, Rizzoli, who just released the Supreme book, are publishing Joy Division this Fall, penning it “The definitive look at one of the most iconic rock bands of all time.”

Let’s hear a little “Transmission” for fun.

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