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Good morning from Los Angeles, California. I wanted to quickly shout out everyone who sent over Austin recs last week. Austin's still got a lot going on in case anyone was wondering. There are only a few great cities left in this nation where sipping a breakfast beer (Lone Star!) feels right. Here's a lightweight guide to Austin for anyone who needs it.

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Villa Carlos Paz, Argentina
Laekjavik, Iceland
Malibu, California
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When you think of the pinnacle of luxury, what comes to mind? Caviar? Monocles? Fancy towels your guests aren't supposed to use? Cashmere? We'd always thought of cashmere as a wardrobe's crown jewel—a fabric reserved for guys with last names like Rockefeller. So to even the playing field, we searched far and wide for a purveyor that could hook guys like us up with the legendarily soft fabric without putting our wallets in a chokehold. And that's how Wills was born. In the wild terrain of Mongolia, Zalla Jinst white goats are meticulously hand-combed by nomadic herders like they've traditionally done for 2000 years, yielding the superfine cashmere fibers that make these luxurious sweaters softer than a whisper in a library. The end result is a collection so comfortable and stylish, you'll feel like a million bucks without breaking the bank.
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After thousands of years in footwear innovation, one thing stayed the same: shoelaces. Until recently that is. Meet Hickies, the evolution of shoelaces. Hickies turns lace-up shoes into slipons so you never have to worry about a loose lace on the treadmill, bike or escalator again. Upgrade your sneakers with a pair below and take 15% off using code MISTER at checkout.
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Throughout their childhood, brothers Waldo and Chalmus Danielson burned for justice. In the spring of 1894, in the Rogue Valley of southwestern Oregon, the brothers found a tin can full of gold coins while cleaning out a neighbor’s chicken coop—only to have the neighbors cheat them out of it, they claimed. As teenagers, the boys sued to get the treasure back. Not only did the resulting ruling reject the idea that landowners automatically own any valuables discovered on their property, it established an important and frequently cited legal precedent in American property law: Finders of abandoned valuables may claim right of possession. Not bad for a couple of kids.

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