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@JACKJOHNS

Lamu, Kenya

@NEEVENR

Capri, Italy

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The short of it is that long shorts are back and these bad boys are the good, vintage-inspired kind. Easy, breezy and cool for just about anywhere on the dress-up-dress-down spectrum, this pair features a fat and faded double pinstripe and a not-too-aggressive high-rise silhouette with four pockets, pleat detail and a rolled cuff. Available below.

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The year 2000 was boom times for teen movies, which is what Center Stage looks like at first glance. A motley crew of young ballet dancers from around the country is thrown together in a pressure-cooker environment, where they fall in love, fall out of friendships, and find themselves. There are training montages and close-ups of pointe shoe–mangled feet. We’d seen some version of this movie many times before, and the reviews said as much. Variety called it “an uneven, mildly entertaining divertissement” and complained that it borrowed too many plot points from other dance and show-business films. Entertainment Weekly said it was “the same old stuff, not an arabesque more: shredded slippers, shredded nerves, shredded bodies, and, to the lucky few, an armload of roses.” (Roger Ebert was kinder, saying that it was smart and perceptive, and “about something … about the union of hard work and artistic success.”)

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