When the values don’t match the marketing. Everlane is getting absolutely destroyed in the press. [The New York Times]
Eric Twardzik takes an in-depth look at the closing of the Gitman Bros factory in Ashland, PA, and reports on what the factory meant to generations of locals like himself. [Inside Hook]
Muji is another victim of pandemic + a preference for physical retail. It announced that it is closing all of its California stores. If you have ever shopped online with Muji you understand how it’s e-commerce is laughable inadequate and how it wouldn’t make up for lost sales at stores. [Yahoo]
Our overlords wearing suits. [The New York Times]
Print actually could be dead. The magazine business is so bad that it is crushing paper plants in places like Wisconsin Rapids, WI. [Washington Post]
Tom Rosenbauer and Joel Johnson discuss diversity in fly fishing. Both of these guys are legends. Start at the 7-minute mark. [Orvis]
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