Idon’t know about you, but when I’m looking for style inspiration, the first place I look is to the gigantic disembodied bust of a celebrity being telecast to the equally gigantic screen I keep in the upper lefthand corner of my living room. Just me? Well, if that’s the case, allow me to be the person who tells you that Jason Sudeikis wore a hoodie—a very cool, if sold out, one from his sister’s dance and fitness operation Forward Space—to accept his award for best comedy actor for his role in Ted Lasso at this year’s edition of the Golden Globes.
So, dear friends: What can we learn from this? First, we can learn that the Golden Globes remain weird, and that’s…actually kind of OK? Why pretend that 2021 isn’t a bizarre year to do an awards show? Pump that celeb’s face in at 35 feet tall and explain yourself to NO ONE.
The second thing we can learn is that Hoodie Season is forever now. Was it ever not forever? You’d have to ask someone who didn’t pledge his fealty to the hoodie gods in exchange for prizes and riches heretofore unseen by man, all of which are definitely real and definitely being delivered to my home address sometime in the next four to six weeks.
Really, though, you’d have to stop and ask yourself this: Was there any part of you that sincerely didn’t see this happening? Tell that part to rest easy; the hard part is over. It’s Hoodie Season, and we’re all just stocking up.