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@DARREN_MCDONALD
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Australia

@KRISTINELLISS
Cape Kiwanda, Oregon

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Keeping it classic means keeping it classy, especially when it comes to the basics. From the slingers of the laidback SoCal lifestyle materializing in the form of easy street kicks, the Slip On from Vans is both retro and still-relevant, bringing clean, bright white to an all-leather upper and durable rubber sole for a shoe that wears all seasons and styles like an OG. Available below.
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THE NEW YORKER

In early 1992, when I first met Kurt Cobain, he and Courtney Love were living in a little apartment in a two-up-two-down building on an ordinary street in the Fairfax section of Los Angeles. I had flown there from New York to interview him for a Rolling Stone cover story, the one with a famous photograph of him wearing a homemade T-shirt that said “Corporate Magazines Still Suck.” I was nervous. Not much was known about Kurt at that point, other than he was this guy from Seattle who screamed in his songs, smashed his guitars, and might be a heroin addict. He was also the most celebrated rock musician on the planet.

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