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Palm Springs, California

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Los Angeles, California

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San Onofre, California

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Rails lend a more refined European aesthetic to the classic laidback SoCal style, offering up a line of essentials intended to be lived in on the daily. Cut from vintage terry cotton, their super relaxed Jane Short is the perfect at-home or on-a-mission pair that hits the comfort-meets-function notes right on the sweet spot. Featuring front pockets, a single back pocket (which we love), and an adjustable rise so you can wear and style it your way, you'll be rocking these bottoms for seasons to come. Available below in Heather Grey.
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Near the beginning of Dr. Carl Hart’s new book, Drug Use for Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear, you learn that he has studied and worked as a “drug abuse scientist” for more than twenty-five years—and that he’s entering his fifth year as a “regular heroin user.” Maybe not what you’d expect from a neuroscience Ph.D. and Columbia psychology professor. But that is, after all, what he’s getting at in his book. Many of the ideas we have about drugs are all wrong, he says. Hart had his own preconceptions when he began his job as a drug abuse researcher, but the harmful effects he expected to find never materialized.

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