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I sliced my finger open with a tiny pair of scissors at work today (because #adultingishard, amirite?), but I will not let a petty flesh wound prevent me from writing about these Bedwin x Stussy Satin Garage Jackets (available in pink and black). Broheim, let me tell you, these things are absolute fucking fire. This is the kind of garment you wear if you’re buying booze for a group of super cool, underage kids, who inexplicably look older than you and whose attractiveness is rivaled only by their ethnosexual diversity. If you’ve never committed that class D misdemeanor before, then you’re missing out. It’s good stuff. If you’re lucky, you get to drink some of the booze with them, usually around a bonfire in the woods or an empty pool in a wealthy stranger’s backyard, and, for a few fleeting moments, bask in the gleeful glow of privileged youth. They love as though they’ll never get hurt, drink as though they’ll never get fat, and drive as though auto accidents weren’t the leading cause of death among teenagers, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You have to be careful around those kids. Their effervescent naiveté can be contagious. You may find yourself seized by the compulsion to use Snapchat or listen to the music of The Chainsmokers. You should do neither. The feeling will pass. All you need to do is enjoy the ride. Just make sure to wear your seatbelt on said ride, because there is a statistically significant chance that it will culminate in a tragic blur of broken bones, mangled metal, and vain pleas to unlistening deities. Being young is so goddamn glamorous. Plus, if you pay adequate attention, by the time you reach adulthood, you might even have learned how to operate scissors without butchering your own extremities -RB
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