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The Stay-at-Home Summer: The New InCompany by Attire Club

By Attireclub @attireclub

After months of insecurity and oddities, many people have taken holidays to far and further. For many, however, the current state of the world, the worries about the future, and the need to catch up with life have made them stay at home for yet another summer. The home is a symbol of the self and invites one to ponder and reflect on what is going on, about who you are, who you want to be, and who you can be. We dedicate the new issue of the magazine to all those who want to have a reflective summer.

The Stay-at-Home Summer: The New InCompany by Attire Club

In the magazine, we take a clear look at different aspects of the world. We analyze the state of the world after two and a half years of the coronavirus madness and terror fest, but also look at purer things (for balance), such as how to gift pearls to women or how to choose natural soaps. There is the now classic socio-aesthetic trends section and we also take a look at the world of IG. There's a feature on the Normalzeit, a very interesting watch and we also dive into the world of business fails by reflecting on the canceled 2022 edition of Baselworld and on one of the biggest flops of the century, WeWork, which we can now see differently after having watched WeCrashed.

There are many beautiful pictures in the magazine and we finally end our Travel Alphabet series, which we started back in 2015! Can you believe it?

So, in the face of uncertainty, we should look at higher spirits for guidance; maybe they know something we don't know and can help us around - this is what reflecting on the porch can be: a helpful experiment undertaken with a fresh magazine and a cool lemonade in hand.

Fraquoh and Franchomme

P.S. We want to hear from you! What do you think of the new magazine? How about the new cover? Which Travel Alphabet feature has been your favorite? Share your feedback, questions or thoughts in the comments below! For more articles on style, fashion tips and cultural insights, you can subscribe to Attire Club via email or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!

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