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Interview: Paul O’Neill of Levi’s Vintage Clothing: We speak with the sublabel’s Senior Designer on selecting pieces for reproduction, finding inspiration in music and his favorite 501s

Interview: Paul O'Neill of Levi's Vintage Clothing

As the originator of the classic American blue jean, Levi’s is a brand built on quality and function with a steady vision of the past, present and future of apparel. Though our sights are most often focused forward, towards the latest in innovation……

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Our favorite drone crash-landed at the White House

Last week a drone flew on the floor of Congress as lawmakers debate how to safely integrate this new breed of aircraft into the US skies. Last night, a drone crash-landed on the White House lawn, sending the Secret Service scrambling to assess the threat. It’s safe to assume this isn’t the industry’s idea of lobbying the FAA.

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Cool Hunting Video: Hodinkee’s Ben Clymer: We talk with Ben Clymer about horological culture and some of his favorite timepieces

Cool Hunting Video: Hodinkee's Ben Clymer

In our latest video as part of The Macallan Rare Cask Rare Discoveries Series, we sit down with Ben Clymer, founder and Editor in Chief of Hodinkee, the most popular online magazine about watches. An obsessive collector, the banker-turned-entrepreneur……

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Poll: what was your favorite thing at CES?

It’s almost time to leave Las Vegas. Our lips are dry, we’re all a little hungover, we’ve lost our homes and our first children playing craps at the Bellagio. (Please, for the love of everything holy, someone please teach us how to play craps.) It’s probably healthy for us to leave, but we’re sad to go.

This week, CES 2015, the week more than a hundred thousand people descend upon the Las Vegas Convention Center, was an incredible one. This was the week we discovered that gadgets are back, and that drones are taking over. We found out what comes after smartphones, and what’s really going to happen in virtual reality. We remembered that there are truly no limits to Samsung’s weirdness or Sony’s nostalgia. We saw the future of washing…

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TiVo OnePass tracks down your favorite shows across cable, Netflix, and Hulu

TiVo’s using CES 2015 to announce a pretty useful new feature for the customers it hasn’t yet lost. It’s been dubbed OnePass, and aims to help TiVo owners binge on whole seasons of TV shows even when episodes are scattered across cable and various streaming services. OnePass will display shows as a cohesive season and automatically play episodes from Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and Hulu Plus — the big three sources for on-demand streaming.

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Best of CH 2014: Travel: From Tokyo’s skyscrapers to the Blue Ridge Mountains, a look at 10 of our favorite travel stories from 2014

Best of CH 2014: Travel

Travel serves as one of the greatest sources of new ideas, perspectives and creative inspiration. Over 2014, the CH team was lucky to have ventured around the world to renowned and remote destinations alike. Adventure remained a constant theme throughout……

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Best of CH 2014: Cool Hunting Video: Highlighting our favorite videos of the year, from street magic to empathetic robots

Best of CH 2014: Cool Hunting Video


Cuddling up with friends and family to watch some home videos is a classic holiday pastime, and the CH family can’t help but get nostalgic by revisiting some of our own greatest videos this year. With camera in tow, the CH video team had the fortunate……

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We Are Ink’d Temporary Tattoos: Bristol-based contemporary publisher Urban Graphic taps their favorite artists for non-committal body art

We Are Ink’d Temporary Tattoos

We’ve come a long, long way since the times when getting a tattoo was the exclusive prerogative of those on society’s fringes. Getting inked is still a pretty big decision however, so trying it out beforehand can oftentimes seem like a good idea……

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Maira Kalman Selects at the Cooper Hewitt: After a three-year closure, the design museum celebrates its reopening with a poetic exhibit of the writer and illustrator’s favorite things

Maira Kalman Selects at the Cooper Hewitt

After a $ 91 million, three-year renovation, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is finally reopening its doors to the public today, 12 December 2014. Inside the former Fifth Avenue mansion of Andrew Carnegie, where the museum is housed……

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