Brian and Matt opening their one year anniversary gifts.

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Our friend Alex Delany thumbing through our new made in Italy Carson Street blazers.

Our friend Alex Delany thumbing through our new made in Italy Carson Street blazers.

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Dearest Tumblrites,

Looking to join the Carson Street Team? We are pleased to announce that we are looking to hire a full-time and part-time sales associate.

Please send resumes and cover letters to info[at]carsonstreetclothiers[dot]com. 

Best,

The Carson Street Team

New Carson Street Blazers for Spring/Summer 2014, featuring Loro Piana Fabrics. 

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Rugged Ivy: Princeton sophomores after a snowball fight in the winter of 1893

Tailored clothes, rollneck sweaters, and an Ivy league education didn’t seem to civilize this fight any. All three men pictured were sports stars at Princeton; one of them, John P. “Johnny” Poe (center, I think), never graduated, but continued looking for fights—he enlisted in the U.S. Army twice, the National Guard, the Marine Corps, the Nicaraguan army (with whom he first saw action), and then the British army at the outset of World War I, eventually fighting (and dying) in France as a member of the famous Black Watch.

(Aspire via The Paris Review Daily)

-Pete

putthison:

Rugged Ivy: Princeton sophomores after a snowball fight in the winter of 1893
Tailored clothes, rollneck sweaters, and an Ivy league education didn’t seem to civilize this fight any. All three men pictured were sports stars at Princeton; one of them, John P. “Johnny” Poe (center, I think), never graduated, but continued looking for fights—he enlisted in the U.S. Army twice, the National Guard, the Marine Corps, the Nicaraguan army (with whom he first saw action), and then the British army at the outset of World War I, eventually fighting (and dying) in France as a member of the famous Black Watch.
(Aspire via The Paris Review Daily)
-Pete