Hail to the King: What Stephen King Teaches Us About Simplicity and Being Afraid of the Dark | Style Stories

Stephen King is one of the most legendary writers of all time, from horror classics like Carrie and IT to less obvious iconic stories such as Stand By Me and The Shawshank Redemption. He’s also one of the most important style figures of the last half century, but not because of the reasons you might expect.

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Welcome to Trench: How twenty one pilots Use Color to Signify Change

twenty one pilots is one of the most surprising mainstream crossovers from the alternative genre of the last several years. How has their anxiety ridden hybrid of hip-hop and indie rock managed to gain such traction, and how has color been used to signify the band’s evolution? Let’s dive in and find out.

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Visvim or Bust: John Mayer's Japanese Influenced Wardrobe | The Sound of Style

John Mayer is one of the most eclectic, stylish, and impressive musicians of the last twenty years. He’s a guitar virtuoso, a watch geek, and a total sartorialist deep down, and his visvim collection is a pure sign of the hybrid style that’s defined John’s career and life thus far.

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