The pocket square is making a comeback.
This elegant accessory is often worn in bright, contrasting colors to a men’s tie. Princeton Magazine has selected our top pocket square patterns below, which make the perfect gift for Father’s Day on Sunday, June 19. more
Photo Credit: John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum
In honor of John F. Kennedy’s 99th birthday anniversary, Urban Agenda Magazine remembers the former President and New Englander’s classic summer style. From white oxford shirts to trainers and aviators, JFK’s impact on men’s fashion continues to endure.
Thursday, May 26
9AM-5PM The Arts Council of Princeton presents “Start Fresh,” a group exhibition curated by Eva Mantell. The exhibit brings together the work of 6 artists and nearly 80 students from the Arts Council’s art and health programs (on view through June 24). www.artscouncilofprinceton.org
ALL DAY The Alumni Association of Princeton University welcomes back generations of graduates for Reunions Weekend. Nearly 20,000 former Tigers descend on Princeton for this nostalgia-filled celebration. The event culminates with a parade through downtown Princeton (through Sunday, May 29). www.alumni.princeton.edu more
Tracy K. Smith and Coco
By Sarah Emily Gilbert
Photography by Andrew Wilkinson
Princeton might be the home of the tigers, but it doesn’t seem complete without its dogs. Thanks to its dog-friendly places, the town abounds with proud owners and their furry companions. You’ll find pets and their parents sunning on the Princeton Battle field and their more active counterparts jogging the Delaware and Raritan Canal. Nassau Street is full of fashionable dog-owner duos shopping at Lululemon Athletica or Urban Outfitters, and the Nassau Inn lodges both human and canine out-of-towners. more
Instagram Photo Credit: @toms
Instagram a pic #withoutshoes
By Sarah Emily Gilbert
May 10 is One Day Without Shoes. The event was created to raise awareness for the millions of people worldwide that must go without shoes. Show your support by joining TOMS’ “Without Shoes” Instagram campaign. Today, Instagram your feet #withoutshoes or in your TOMS, and help give 100,000 new pairs of shoes to children in 10 countries. more
Traditional Zulu work and it is made from coils of telephone wire wrapped around a solid metal core, to define its shape. It has a modern twist to its make with the infusion of bright colour patterns. The intricacy in the design makes this basket so precious due to the long production days involved in its design. No two pieces are the same. Designs may vary, making each individual piece that much more unique.