What’s better than college football rivalry games?College football rivalry games played in the snow.We have some serious weather in The Evergreen State this evening, with No. 8 Washington State hosting No. 16 Washington.Check it out:Seriously … send shovels pic.twitter.com/wdRTpkDlZT— Tim Booth (@ByTimBooth) November 24, 2018#Pac12AfterDark blizzard edition pic.twitter.com/0g5FevBzKA— Dustin Schutte (@SchutteCFB) November 24, 2018Gotta cop one of these #AppleCup themed snow globes pic.twitter.com/8D1SXMPnsg— Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTimesSports) November 24, 2018Washington is currently handling the tough better weather, as the Huskies are leading the Cougars, 14-0.The game is on FOX.
Editors’ Recommendations An Honest Review of Smartwool’s New Intraknit Base Layer Why Every Man Should Care About Slow Fashion An Introduction to the Fine Sport of Bouldering A Beginner’s Guide to Road Biking Some of the most worthwhile designs ever produced were created because someone, somewhere, felt that what was available wasn’t good enough. This was the case for Becky French in 2010. After compiling a blog of inspirational images of razor-sharp neckwear and sketches, the London-based creative decided to call off the search for the perfect necktie and designed Marwood London’s first collection.Having just released its fifth collection, the brand was apparently what a lot of other neckwear enthusiasts were looking for too. Slim silhouettes and unconventional fabrics such as wool and lace have given neckwear a new lease of modernity without straying from good old-fashioned quality and ethics, as all pieces are created in Britain using fine British cloth.The Manual caught up with the Becky French to talk sartorial heroes and Christmas plans.Tell us about the AW13 collection.It was inspired by many train journeys and Jean Cocteau’s style and eccentricity. English scenes of blurred landscapes, copper fields, broken industrial stripes, cricket fields and kingfishers is abstractly captured in English woven silk and wool – like a familiar aran knit reinvented as a jacquard cloth and a vibrant copper coloured Mogador quality.Your designs fuse British heritage style with clear-cut modernity. How do you achieve this?Thank you, that is nice to hear! I love the old archives in fabric mills and factories and appreciate established techniques of the past but enjoy experimenting with that. We want to achieve wearable accessories but always strive for newness and innovation. We make mohair socks rather than cashmere. We use unusual fabrics like English lace in men’s neckwear. It is a process of playing with the unexpected.In your opinion, what’s the best way to style a Marwood necktie?I like a simple four in hand knot – a school tie knot in my mind. I like seeing guys style the ties with denim shirts and wool layers or undone collars and rolled up sleeves. It is quite refreshing to see Marwood ties de-formalised and enjoyed. As for the lace bow ties, these create an amazing alternative black tie formal looks.Do you ever feel like a woman in a man’s world?Yes sometimes but it’s not something I dwell on. I enjoy working on products whether they are for men, women, occasions or specific personalities. It is important to stay focused on a design point of view and if that has a feminine take on a menswear product, then hopefully interesting results occur from that. I don’t find it holds me back by being a woman designing menswear – it just adds another element of interest!Who are your male style icons?Men of the past: Jean Cocteau & Frank SinatraMen of the present: Sir Ian McKellen & Yasiin Bey are both snappy dressers. Director and actor, Richard Ayoade loves a Marwood tie and he is a perfect ambassador for us as a smart, talented and very funny dude.Finally, what are your plans for Christmas this year?Spending it with my boyfriend and our families between London and Somerset and then celebrating with friends for New Year in Devon. Can’t wait. A Peek Inside the Joseph Abboud Factory: Italian Fabric, Made in America
The former Media Minister said that he has no issue with criminals being arrested but he said due legal process must be followed.Rambukwella also accused the Government of violating the legal process to arrest suspects over various incidents. (Colombo Gazette) “In the Keith Noyahr case the military intelligence officers were arrested just to show the UNHRC something is being done,” he said. The joint opposition today claimed that some arrests are being made to coincide with the upcoming UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) session.Joint opposition member of Parliament Keheliya Rambukwella told reporters today that military intelligence officers are being arrested over criminal incidents to show the UNHRC something is being done to address concerns on serious criminal incidents. Rambukwella claims the suspects in the Keith Noyahr case were arrested purely on some telephone calls and where they originated from.