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We’ve talked before about how the ancient Chinese story about the bitten peach became a euphemism for homosexual love, but it isn’t the only ancient Chinese story about an emperor and another guy falling in love that has essentially been trimmed down to a short coded phrase — in this case “the passion of the cut sleeve.” I know, I know, it sounds like it’s about an enthusiastic but inept tailor. It’s not — it’s about Emperor Ai of Han.

Fall ’20 Campaign Borsalino takes to two exciting locations for its fall-winter 2020 campaign. The brand celebrates its heritage by opening its doors in Alessandria, Italy, to its Spinetta Marengo manufacture and Villa Borsalino, the home of founder Giuseppe Borsalino’s heirs. While the season reflects inspiration taken from 19th century English Arts and Crafts movements, […]