Get Issue 4 While You Still Can!

We announce with an air of bittersweetness that we are officially sold out of individual copies of issue 4. However, if you have not yet had a chance to pick up a copy for yourselves, fear not! We still have a number of gift packs available containing the issue (as well as four other fabulous ones). This is your last chance to access such wonderful content including, but not limited to:

Dandy Man fashion! An interview with Caroline Weber, author of Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette Wore to the Revolution! A look at the Psychobilly subculture! A writer paying tribute to Debbie Harry! Twenty-four artists reinventing tote bags! Gravity-defying dresses! Memoirs from an auction house! And so much more!

We don’t want to scare you, but supplies are limited, so get it while you can. And of course, the legendary WORN Grand Slam is still available. Hint hint.

Stumped for the holidays? Give a WORN gift pack!

The weather is getting colder, university students everywhere are freaking out over exams, and the Charlie Brown Christmas soundtrack has been playing nonstop here at the offices for the past week. This can only mean one thing: the holiday season is upon us. We know how much of a bummer it is to hang out in the basement of the mall this time of year (if you can help it), so for that Secret Santa of yours why not consider giving a WORN gift pack?

The scientific evidence supporting this decision is in:

Pros:

  1. Unlike a puppy, you don’t need to walk it and it won’t poop on your carpet.
  2. The amount of content that comes in five issues will entertain for hours in a way that jazzercise DVDs never will.
  3. We strive for timeless content, which means this gift will still be relevant once that Justin Bieber bobblehead is obsolete.

Cons:

  1. So awesome any other gifts you give just might pale in comparison.

Other brilliant and original gift ideas include: A two year subscription to WORN, the newest 11th issue, and all of the above (or as we like to call it, a WORN Grand Slam).

- Anna Fitz