1. The Week In Preview 6/20

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    We review the upcoming week and highlight a ton of great resources like Jackthreads, Echo Conference, Austin Kleon, Moleskine notebooks and a whole lot more.

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    • Street Fashion Photography - Behind the Scenes with Nick Fancher

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      ABOUT NICK Nick Fancher is an experienced photographer of fashion, weddings, and men's and women's lifestyle. In 2007, he founded Shutter-Think Photography, specializing in portrait and fine art photography. His work has been featured in the international publications Photo District News (PDN) and JPG magazines as well as locally in C Magazine and Columbus Alive. His wedding work has received awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) as well as Bride Magazine and PDN. His art has been featured in ROYGBIV and BoMA galleries. http://nickfancher.com http://twitter.com/nickfancher ABOUT ANDY Andy Newman is a filmmaker specializing in short form documentary, commercial, and fashion videography. His video work has been produced for the US Olympic Committee, The Ohio State University, HOMAGE, JackThreads, and more. http://madebyandy.com http://twitter.com/andynewman TOP 12 FINALIST for FStoppers 2011 Behind the Scenes Contest. Find more info on the contest here: http://fstoppers.com/2011contest CREDITS Nick Fancher, Photographer Andy Newman, Videographer & Editor Meredith Miller, Stylist Lauren Buckley, Stylist Ryan Steele, Model Ross Monat, Model Nick Maikut, Model Alex Franko, Model Brands featured include Penguin, Levi's, Andrew Marc, Reebok, Palladium, and Lab Co. Music: "Kopeika" by et_ http://et-official.com

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      • BAD MAN YELLS - Live at the Ding Dong Lounge

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        https://myspace.com/badmanyells LOVE LOSS LIFE - The Beauty of a Slow Death A documentary film by Joseph F. Nardelli Inspired by Michele DeMeo SYNOPSIS At 39 years of age Michele DeMeo was diagnosed with ALS, a terminal illness. Given only seven months to live in 2010, Michele is still with us. As she defies the inevitable she has become even more passionate and rigorous about living life to its fullest every day. This film celebrates her humble story. Please feel free to visit www.lovelosslife.org to view or share the trailer and learn more about the film. Website is being updated for a launch in early August. Director: Joseph F. Nardelli JFN Motion Picture Productions, Ltd. JFN@lovelosslife,org www.lovelosslife.org Length: 30 minutes High Definition / Color CREW Cinematographer: Joseph F. Nardelli Editor: Sophia Harvey Theme Song (Written & Performed) by: Jackson Nardelli / Bad Man Yells Audio Mixer: David Leaver Website Facilitator: Elena Karpenko ********** FULL DESCRIPTION LOVE LOSS LIFE: The Beauty of a Slow Death A Documentary film directed by Joseph F. Nardelli Inspired by Michele DeMeo LOVE LOSS LIFE: The Beauty of a Slow Death is the first (short film) of a three-part trilogy. The trilogy will explore the subject of end-of-life through intimate portraits of individuals, family members and the medical community in America who face the experience and challenges that come with the end of life of an individual and all involved. In the first of three personal films we meet Michele DeMeo, a woman who is not preoccupied with her terminal illness, or her autism, or her end-of-life circumstances. And while in respiratory failure and actively dying, Michele takes the approach that meeting her challenges head on and not allowing the inevitable to darken her day, is better for her and those around her. Michele honors the gift of life that she is given every single day and finds unique ways to celebrate life for herself, with her wife, with friends and family, as well as with others who are important to her, but not without giving deep thought about her private life and raising some questions for all to ponder. In this film we spend time with Michele learning about the challenges she faces through her wife, friends and medical professionals. Yet most of the time through self-reflection we are experiencing Michele and her enjoyment of life as she makes the very best of what little time she has been told she has. Her outlook seems to defy inevitability itself. Michele is still with us more than two-years after her terminal illness was diagnosed. Michele confronts and acknowledges her Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) in “The Beauty of a Slow Death”. A poignant memoire. One of three memoires she has published following her diagnosis. We witness her experience of the loss of her bungalow in York and her ability to function like the body builder she once was. Chapter after chapter in her beautifully written memoir her position is clearly stated, “I realized at age 37, while lying in a hospital bed, that I had a choice. I could have been and become bitter in the unfairness of having ALS, or I could start to see that all the events that led up to my diagnosis had given me the tools to cope with what was to come.” The film is philosophical and poetic more than it is medically descriptive. With voices from the medical community that represent opinions sometimes absent from our consciousness, the film becomes a framework for those voices, in celebration of Michele and offers hope and inspiration to all individuals who may be challenged in one way or another. This website will become an extended presentation of all of the voices that contributed to the making of this film in support of the need for individuals, families and the medical profession to consider the importance of end of life care and how to celebrate the inevitability each one of us will one day uniquely face. Joseph F. Nardelli Director/Producer

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        • Jack Threads

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          • Mirror Mirror: Partnering with Yourself: Shane Rahmani explains the synergies between Thrillist and Jack Threads

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            Thrillist's Shane Rahmani explains the importance of email first at Thrillist and how that has helped shape the success of the company post-acquisition of Jack Threads.

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            • Mirror Mirror: Partnering with Yourself: Will Allen and Shane Rahmani discuss the importance of building a credible brand

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              Will Allen and Shane Rahmani discuss the importance of building a credible brand and crafting a clean, clear message around what your brand is and the brand promise. Shane explains how keeping brands separate was very important to each brand's success a big part as to why it worked.

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              • Skyzoo

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                With a Talib Kweli collab on his upcoming album entitled "Spike Lee is My Hero", it's fairly obvious that rapper Skyzoo draws inspiration from Bed-Stuy's favorite son. Hear him spit a bar off his new record (set to release early October), and check out his curated lookbook -- featuring the likes of Mishka, Society, and Goodale -- at JackThreads.

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                • William Yan & Superga Get Street-Level in Soho NYC

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                  NYC streetwear blogger/photographer William Yan and the JackThreads crew took over Soho with Superga's brand-new sneakers, then hit the studio to talk Bill Cunningham, too much camouflage, and the ever-changing look on NYC's streets.

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                  • Shooting JackThreads’ First-Ever Lookbook for Spring 2013 | Behind the Scenes

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                    Our homies over at JackThreads stole our videographer the other day. “We need him in Brooklyn”, said the creative director, rather cryptically. “Gonna be all day.” What we initially suspected was a bout of inter-parent-company rivalry taken too far, actually turned into this video, a behind-the-scenes look at Jack’s very-first lookbook for Spring 2013. Read More // http://bit.ly/Z25hY5 Shop the whole sale right now at JackThreads’ webstore. // http://jthrds.co/ZgEjrC

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                    • JackThreads.Com

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                      A members only website, JackThreads.com delivers daily deals to their members at a discounted price.

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