Strong Week Links 29

It's 79 beautiful degrees in Oakland right now. How many La Croix are too many La Croix? #lacroixblems

Multiple people contacted me to let me know about this: The War On Drugs covers Touch of Grey.

Even better: there's going to be a new Steve Gunn album out on Matador in June. I absolutely love his last release, Way Out Weather. So much so that I saw him twice at Fun Fun Fun Fest this past November. The new album art even features a geodesic dome.

I love a good, classic stripe. This new direct-to-consumer line (or ligne, rather) has all kinds of fashion backing with ex-Vogue editors at the helm and advisors from Manrepeller's Leandra Medine to Warby Parker and Rag & Bone execs, and a cool mix of classic and on-trend stripe styles.

Getting sort of obsessed with micro saving with this app. It's amazing how just adding a picture of the thing you're saving for adds motivation and makes it feel fun to check in on (mine's a desert trailer).

I tried on this perfume at the Ali Golden shop in Temescal Alley this weekend and I think I fell in love (mimosa flower).

I was going to be incensed if our Sunday NYT got stolen off our porch again this am, and rightly so. The culture issue of T Magazine within contains so much brain food and eye candy, from the amazingly arranged meeting and conversation between Gucci's Alessandro Michele and Vetements/Balenciaga designer Demna Gvasalia to the story of dystopian/futuristic late '60s design group Superstudio to a very interesting article about what goes on behind the scenes at the Met.

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