Tory Sport RTW Spring 2019

Two-and-a-half years after Tory Burch launched Tory Sport, the brand’s performance results are coming in. “It’s interesting to start to see what the business is coming to,” Burch said last week during a preview of the spring collection. “We’re starting to see what makes sense, less is more, and what is working for us.” The collection is not just cute, colorful and branded, although it is definitively all of those things — it’s also become a viable player in terms of performance wear. Yoga and running, particularly the seamless pieces, are doing well, as is golf.
For spring, Burch amped up the color with the Bauhaus principles of form and function in mind, working in fuchsia, red, green, blue and white in graphic stripes and lots of chevron. The clothes she wore to play sports in high school in the Seventies were on her mind, so chevron track jackets and silky soccer jerseys were updated in lightweight, breathable, moisture-wicking fabrics as opposed to the pure polyester the vintage styles came in. Weatherproof outerwear stood out, as did a few fabulous chunky hand knit cotton sweaters that fell into Tory Sport’s “coming and going” category. There was a new tennis skort and

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3 Lightweight Sport Coats to Class Up Your Summer Look

During summer, unconstructed sport coats will make you look—and, more importantly, feel—like the coolest guy in the room.

Every guy benefits from a well-fitting sport coat. But when the temperatures spike in summer, traditional jackets can turn into an oppressive sauna.


The 10 Light-Weight Fabrics to Wear This Summer

There’s a time and place for seersucker, but if you really want to elevate your look during those dog days, you need an unconstructed coat. Unlike most jackets, these thin variations have little or no lining, so they’re light and comfortable in the heat. Plus, in neutral shades, like those seen here, they’ll work well with the rest of your summer wardrobe—yes, even your T-shirts.


10 Key Pieces You Need for Summer


1. Gant Diamond G Stretch Linen Blazer

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2. Billy Reid Rustin Sport Coat

[$ 595;billyreid.com]

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3. Ermenegildo Zegna Linen Jacket

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Tory Sport RTW Spring 2018

Tory Burch’s Sport line is not for the girl who wants to blend in with the legions of fitness fiends clad in black leggings, black sports bras and black tanks with a white swoop here or there. Her line goes big with happy color, for spring, inspired by David Hicks, as was her main line. Burch brought Hick’s florals and bold, graphic color into sport with printed navy and scarlet bomber, an orange and blue sports bra and leggings, and a floral-printed Neoprene zip-up one-piece swimsuit.
It wasn’t just cute. Burch takes the performance aspect of the collection seriously, pushing her staff to infuse technical development into everything, whether it’s Coolmax cashmere sweatpants, a ruffled tennis sweater or golf vest. “I said, ‘Let’s make functionality a given, not a design detail,’” said Burch during a preview. In addition to working with fabrics with wicking, cooling and anti-microbial properties, golf skirts come with under-shorts and pockets big enough for scorecards and a yellow and navy jacket is fully reversible to a waterproof rain slicker. As for the Little Grumps frowny-faced tennis balls that have become a charming brand logo and graced a fresh white oversize sweater, pastel sweatshirts and Ts, well, that

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Formula One Racer Lewis Hamilton Talks Sport, Fashion

Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton is fast becoming a regular on the fashion circuit.
If romantic links to Rihanna and Kendall Jenner weren’t enough to jump the velvet rope, the British 30-year-old counts Riccardo Tisci and Olivier Rousteing among his friends. Even though one of his Etro ensembles didn’t measure up to Wimbledon’s dress code this summer, he became a London Collections: Men ambassador just the same.
After catching up with his new friend Gayle King at Ellen DeGeneres’ pop-up store party at Bergdorf Goodman, Hamilton breezed by Moncler’s “Art for Love” celebration at the New York Public Library. There the Monaco-based driver had a good long chat with the brand’s leader Remo Ruffini and his wife Anna Imponente about their respective summer sun and fun.
Hamilton started racing 22 years ago at the age of eight. His most recent Formula One race was the fastest one to date, with drivers hovering around 230 mph. In total, he has 40 Grand Prix titles to date. Off hours though on the open road, he doesn’t “really drive much. It’s easier being driven.” Hamilton said. “I ride a motorbike most of the time. And generally I’m in my shorts and T-shirt in Monaco so I’m

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Young Money Sued, Because Lil Wayne’s a Bad Sport!!!

Lil Wayne had a front row seat watching Floyd Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao. He also watched the Ravens beat the 49ers in the 2013 Super Bowl. He even watched the finals of the NCAA Women’s Tourney. And he stiffed the ticket brokers … allegedly.…

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Alessandra Ambrosio and Her Look-Alike Daughter Sport “Matching Bikinis” While Swimming in Paradise

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Virginia Tech Coach Buzz Williams Is A Good Sport About Reading Mean Tweets

Buzz Williams may have lost 22 games in his first season as the basketball coach at Virginia Tech, but he certainly didn’t lose his sense of humor.

In a video he posted Monday, Williams takes a page from “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and reads “mean tweets” about himself.

Some are mean, all right: “He’s got the fattest neck I’ve ever seen.”

“All my stress goes to my neck,” he jokingly replies.

Anyway, props to Williams for being a good sport.

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New Sport – Castleball

Sports are poorly engineered. Actually, most sports are not engineered at all. Things just evolved over time. That’s why our major sports are unnecessarily dangerous, expensive, and boring – at least by the standards of modern times.

Sports are still fine for watching. Actually, the spectating has never been better. But watching is not playing. It is the playing that is broken.

So I invented a new sport to solve the major problems common to most of the popular sports in America. I will be running tests on it in my backyard this summer to figure out the final rule set. I call it Castleball. 

And it is a combination of the best parts of soccer, dodgeball and the video game Angry Birds.

All you need is three (or more) micro-sized soccer balls, some red safety cones, and nearly any type of playing field. Teams can be any size, and you can mix lots of skill levels on the field and still have fun.

The objective of Castleball is to kick the balls (no hands) and knock down the “castle” of the opposing team while they try to do the same. The castles are actually structures you build using little red warning cones. See photo. The castles can be any size, from smallish to gigantic, depending on the event and number of players.

If no cones are available, any durable items that won’t break on impact will work.

[If your firewall blocks this image, it is just a backyard with three micro-soccer balls and two castles made of safety cones.]

image

Note: Artificial grass. 

You play until all cones of one castle are knocked down. Then you go again. You can agree on a winning score if you like, or just keep playing. Continuous substitutions, no stopping. And the size of the teams can change as you play. If you get too many players, add more balls and make the castles larger.

Hand-balls are not a game-stopping penalty unless you use your hands to gain advantage, such as blocking a shot or stopping a ball so you can kick it.

A variation of the game would have the kids trying to knock down castles that adults and older kids try to defend. Another variation is that the cones you knock down from the enemy castle can be added to your own castle. That makes the better team’s castle a bigger target as the game progresses, evening out things a bit.

In Castleball the spectators are part of the play. Spectators and bench players can touch an approaching game ball (but only one touch per time) to redirect it back into play if it would otherwise roll out of the play area. Likewise, they can use their hands to catch or redirect a ball back into the field. And they can do so for the advantage of the team they support. They just have to stay at the boundaries and be immediate about returning the ball to play. And they are not allowed to shoot at the castles. I call this group of boundary players the Tomato Guard because in my backyard I need spectators to keep errant balls from destroying the tomato plants on the sideline. Lots of ad-hoc fields will have some sort of boundary problem such as a busy street or a swimming pool.

Our current major sports have serious problems in the year 2015, at least for adults who want to play. Consider these examples.

Football: Dangerous and expensive. Requires special equipment. Not everyone can play. Not the best option for coed play.

Soccer: Dangerous and too hard for most adults to play.  Usually the adults are just spectators while the kids enjoy themselves. And soccer has too many rules, such as off-sides, that stop play.

Volleyball: Need a special court with a special net. It is nearly impossible to get a good pickup game of volleyball because a few bad players ruin the experience. Too many delays and complicated rules about positions and scoring.

Baseball: Need a big field, lots of players, and special equipment. And it is still boring for most people as well as surprisingly dangerous for non-athletes. (Even softball generates lots of injuries.)

Running: Not very social. Surprisingly dangerous. (Distance runners have lots of injuries.) Kids and adults usually do not run together because of different abilities.

LaCrosse: Need special equipment. Dangerous. And not something the whole family plays.

Tennis: It used to be fun until the rackets and strings improved to the point where the game is now mostly waiting for someone to pick up a ball that was either a blistering winner or a big miss. And you need special courts and equipment. It is also expensive. 

I could go on, but you see the point. Sports were not engineered to make sense in modern times.

With castleball, the three-ball environment should lead to fewer injuries because it makes the game more about quick reactions and being alert than about two athletes going full force for a single, heavier ball. Shin pads should be enough to keep most players of castleball safe.

That’s the basic idea. Sound fun or not?

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Soon your technology will be able to identify you from any body part, not just your fingerprints. I wonder if someday my bike will be impossible to steal unless the thief has my exact ass.

Someone finally figured out a good use for all the old smartphones with cameras. You can build your own monitoring system.

And if you believe it this time, another big breakthrough in 3D camera technology

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In other news, Amazon reviewer Laurie Clarkson reminds us that graduation season is upon us and there is no more perfect gift for a grad than my book about creating systems for success. You are so wise, Laurie Clarkson!

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New Sport – Castleball

Sports are poorly engineered. Actually, most sports are not engineered at all. Things just evolved over time. That’s why our major sports are unnecessarily dangerous, expensive, and boring – at least by the standards of modern times.

Sports are still fine for watching. Actually, the spectating has never been better. But watching is not playing. It is the playing that is broken.

So I invented a new sport to solve the major problems common to most of the popular sports in America. I will be running tests on it in my backyard this summer to figure out the final rule set. I call it Castleball. 

And it is a combination of the best parts of soccer, dodgeball and the video game Angry Birds.

All you need is three (or more) micro-sized soccer balls, some red safety cones, and nearly any type of playing field. Teams can be any size, and you can mix lots of skill levels on the field and still have fun.

The objective of Castleball is to kick the balls (no hands) and knock down the “castle” of the opposing team while they try to do the same. The castles are actually structures you build using little red warning cones. See photo. The castles can be any size, from smallish to gigantic, depending on the event and number of players.

If no cones are available, any durable items that won’t break on impact will work.

[If your firewall blocks this image, it is just a backyard with three micro-soccer balls and two castles made of safety cones.]

image

Note: Artificial grass. 

You play until all cones of one castle are knocked down. Then you go again. You can agree on a winning score if you like, or just keep playing. Continuous substitutions, no stopping. And the size of the teams can change as you play. If you get too many players, add more balls and make the castles larger.

Hand-balls are not a game-stopping penalty unless you use your hands to gain advantage, such as blocking a shot or stopping a ball so you can kick it.

A variation of the game would have the kids trying to knock down castles that adults and older kids try to defend. Another variation is that the cones you knock down from the enemy castle can be added to your own castle. That makes the better team’s castle a bigger target as the game progresses, evening out things a bit.

In Castleball the spectators are part of the play. Spectators and bench players can touch an approaching game ball (but only one touch per time) to redirect it back into play if it would otherwise roll out of the play area. Likewise, they can use their hands to catch or redirect a ball back into the field. And they can do so for the advantage of the team they support. They just have to stay at the boundaries and be immediate about returning the ball to play. And they are not allowed to shoot at the castles. I call this group of boundary players the Tomato Guard because in my backyard I need spectators to keep errant balls from destroying the tomato plants on the sideline. Lots of ad-hoc fields will have some sort of boundary problem such as a busy street or a swimming pool.

Our current major sports have serious problems in the year 2015, at least for adults who want to play. Consider these examples.

Football: Dangerous and expensive. Requires special equipment. Not everyone can play. Not the best option for coed play.

Soccer: Dangerous and too hard for most adults to play.  Usually the adults are just spectators while the kids enjoy themselves. And soccer has too many rules, such as off-sides, that stop play.

Volleyball: Need a special court with a special net. It is nearly impossible to get a good pickup game of volleyball because a few bad players ruin the experience. Too many delays and complicated rules about positions and scoring.

Baseball: Need a big field, lots of players, and special equipment. And it is still boring for most people as well as surprisingly dangerous for non-athletes. (Even softball generates lots of injuries.)

Running: Not very social. Surprisingly dangerous. (Distance runners have lots of injuries.) Kids and adults usually do not run together because of different abilities.

LaCrosse: Need special equipment. Dangerous. And not something the whole family plays.

Tennis: It used to be fun until the rackets and strings improved to the point where the game is now mostly waiting for someone to pick up a ball that was either a blistering winner or a big miss. And you need special courts and equipment. It is also expensive. 

I could go on, but you see the point. Sports were not engineered to make sense in modern times.

With castleball, the three-ball environment should lead to fewer injuries because it makes the game more about quick reactions and being alert than about two athletes going full force for a single, heavier ball. Shin pads should be enough to keep most players of castleball safe.

That’s the basic idea. Sound fun or not?

Top Tech Blog:

Soon your technology will be able to identify you from any body part, not just your fingerprints. I wonder if someday my bike will be impossible to steal unless the thief has my exact ass.

Someone finally figured out a good use for all the old smartphones with cameras. You can build your own monitoring system.

And if you believe it this time, another big breakthrough in 3D camera technology

———–

In other news, Amazon reviewer Laurie Clarkson reminds us that graduation season is upon us and there is no more perfect gift for a grad than my book about creating systems for success. You are so wise, Laurie Clarkson!

———–

Scott

@Dilbert_Daily

@scottadamssays


Scott Adams Blog

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Shakira performs during the closing ceremony for the soccer World Cup at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, July 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Fabrizio Bensch, Pool)RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Vladimir Putin chatted with Angela Merkel, and David Beckham hugged Pele at the World Cup final on Sunday.



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