3 Sep
Geoffrey the Giraffe could be the greatest threat to our children

Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder is clearly the greatest thing to clean up the filthy streets of New York City since Mayor Ed Koch was chemical-dowsing trains back in Style Wars. Concerned that stores such as Toys ‘R Us are churning out a future generation of not just vandals but drug-dealing junkies, Assemblyman Goldfeder composed a letter to the […]


31 Jul
The enlarged Cinquecento hits the waves

As of July 26th and continuing on until August 3rd, the Vans US Open of Surfing has hit the shores of Huntington Beach, where every surfer and sponsor is either hitting waves or flossing their goods. Fiat has joined the slew of brands on board with this surf-inspired version of their sporty little 500L utility vehicle, heavily […]


14 Jun
Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmangilj drops another pop gem

Keyboardist Rostam Batmangilj of Vampire Weekend (and brilliant producer. See bands: The Very Best, Discovery, Boys Like Us, as well as his self-produced solo project, Rostam) has taken Carly Rae Jepsen’s ever so catchy “Call Me Maybe” and matched it up with singer, songwriter, philanthropist & Eurythmics icon Annie Lennox’s “Walking on Broken Glass”. The […]


12 Jan
How Anne Hathaway made me feel like a hobo

The continuing saga of one girl’s quest to cut through the red tape. Read previous posts HERE.. Ah first class. The swift ease of being whisked to the airport or private jetway by your trusty driver. The elegant roll of your Louis Vuitton valise as it passes ratty backpacks and broken Walmart suitcases, hobbling pitifully on […]


11 Jan
A 620-horsepower, $225,000 US-born thoroughbred

Incubating since 2009 in the Michigan city of Holly, American coachbuilder Falcon has finally unveiled the production version of its F7 Series I supercar. Centered around a specially tuned naturally aspirated 7.0L V8 LS7 engine plucked from the Corvette, the F7 — like the Zenvo ST1 Supercar — is taking its inspiration from a decade […]


16 Dec
Zuriick Shoes sponsors our best FASHION stories of 2011

Zuriick is proud to present LIAS Year In Style, the third installment of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series (after ART and BOOKS). We obviously cover a lot of fashion here at Lost In a Supermarket, so extracting only 10 brands, items, stories and exclusive interviews was a tough job. Arguments were had. Sartorial accusations […]


15 Nov
Original US AIr Force Pilot outerwear gets the hoodie treatment

If you’re looking for a casual yet still sharp urban jacket, this soft lightweight washed black leather coat from Marc by Marc Jacobs is a solid option. Originally designed for US Air Force Pilots in the early 20th century, this particular bomber jackets gets updated with a downtown-styled drawstring hood. The bomber also features three front […]


26 Oct
Melvins, Cat Power, Pavement, Sonic Youth, Feist & more

We’re starting a new series highlighting a genre of art that has long been held dear to my heart: rock posters. For the inaugural edition of Rock (Poster Art) Gods! we’re kicking things off with Dan Stiles, a 15+ year veteran laying it down from his studio in sunny Portland, Oregon. We loved Dan’s interview, […]