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The Weekly Rundown: Seersucker Thursday and the World’s Oldest Pants

There’s a ton of great stuff out there. And, while we would love to cover it all, we thought it best to just give it to you straight. The Weekly Rundown is here with the latest happenings from around the web.


There’s a lot going on in the world of raw denim and men’s heritage wear. Here are some of our favorite stories from last week:

Archaeologists recently unearthed what is believed to be the earliest known pair of pants in Central Asia, check out that crotch repair |Science News|

A plea for the US Congress to bring back ‘Seersucker Thursday’ |A Continuous Lean|

How a global cordovan shortage will make Horween’s No. 8 even more elusive |Wall Street Journal|

A look at Deus Ex Machina’s second annual NYC Sunday Mass Ride and the inaugural ‘Split’n Lanes & Dodgin’ Gutters!’ Classic Motorcycle Show |The Selvedge Yard|

Jon Caramanica investigates Manhattan’s new Filson and Will Leather stores |The New York Times|

Used menswear marketplace Grailed just launched Grailed Direct – new clothes from some of the best brands at some of the lowest prices |Grailed|