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West Village, NYC


Dolomites, Italy

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Merino wool meets salvaged leather in the Dylan Fedora from the Los Angeles-based Yellow 108; the company that likes to think that you're never fully dressed without a proper hat (and we agree). Specializing in sustainable hats and accessories, their focus is on using salvaged and recycled materials to create a product that reflects authentic American heritage, quality and timeless aesthetic. The unisex Dylan Fedora is made with a significantly stiff felted merino wool which is designed to break in beautifully with age. See for yourself below.

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Deep Springs College, the century-old school where young men read Plato and tend cattle, is on the verge of opening to women. It’s easy to see Deep Springs College — a tiny, highly selective two-year liberal arts institution just outside Death Valley — as a bastion of tradition. The school was founded in 1917 by electricity tycoon L.L. Nunn to create service-oriented leaders, and in many ways it can seem like a finishing school for intellectual cowboys. The 25 or so students are all male. They spend their days engaging in both manual labor (the college is a working cattle ranch) and classroom discourse (syllabi skew toward the Western canon).

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