The United States of Plaid?
From lumberjack shirts and pajamas to ‘90s grunge and high fashion, plaid is the pattern that doesn't quit. Like many of the people who wear it daily, it hangs around. People have claimed to be sick of the pattern for years now, only to keep wearing it.
But what is it about criss-crossing lines that appeals to so many? Is plaid the glue that holds this fractured nation together? Quite possibly. See a slideshow for some of the places that plaid's popped up on GOOD in recent months.
This Moving Digital Project Allowed a North Korean Man to Finally Travel Home Eighty-eight year old Kim Gu-Hyeon hasn’t been to his village since 1947.
Choosing Hope Over Terror in Paris Hours before the start of global climate talks, thousands form a human chain across the stricken city.
Abused Lab Chimp Finds Friendship in an Unlikely Place “We’re happy she found something she loves.”
Photographer’s New Video Says ‘There’s Nothing Down About Down Syndrome’ “You have no concept of how your life is going to be blessed.”
170,000 Kentucky Ex-Felons Just Gained the Right to Vote A victory for democracy thanks to an exective order.
60,000 People Gather in Melbourne for Climate Change Demonstration They want their represtnatives to take action, ahead of the COP21 meeting in Paris next week.
The Occupy movements have been a carnival of plaid. See a slideshow of 98 other 99 percenters to get a fuller sense of populist fashion statements.
Attempting to make condoms cool to plaid-loving college students, Sir Richard's tricks out its van Lucy with pixelated plaid.
Porn's boy next door James Deen knows how to get cozy in his Woodland Hills, California mansion: plaid pajama bottoms.