High Noon

Shawn Cremer
Cultural Criticism, Trend Analysis & Internet Fascinations
Created 08 Jun 2020
  • Issue 52: Prep Meets Street
    17 Nov 2021 • 3 min read
    This November, I’ll be sharing four High Noon Fashion Trend Reports. For this first one, I’m turning the lens on an emergent menswear culture where formerly distinct styles, ones that might even be at...
  • Issue 51: The High Noon Gift Guide
    27 Oct 2021 • 6 min read
    October is mere days from being over, so it’s time to start planning those holiday gifts!! Last year, Friend of High Noon Spencer Whaley did a takeover of the Roundup, giving us our first High Noon Gi...
  • Issue 50: The It Factor
    22 Oct 2021 • 3 min read • 1 2
    I’ve wanted to write something about It Girls for a while and last month, my best friend Bella Hadid gave me just the angle to make that happen. Not exactly synonymous with celebrity or influencer, th...
  • Issue 49: Public Space
    15 Oct 2021 • 6 min read • 1 0
    In 1927, Walter Benjamin began his study of Paris’ arcades, a project he would continue until his death in 1940. Benjamin, a philosopher and cultural critic, was curious about the social function of i...
  • Issue 48: Top Notes
    06 Oct 2021 • 15 min read • 1 0
    We’re finally back! 🌊 After two months off, High Noon “summer break” is over. So, it’s October and we have returned to the Internet and to your inboxes for the fall season. The first issue of this ne...
    19 Aug 2021 • < 1 min read
    The High Noon editorial board (me) has been on ~summer break~ for the past few weeks, but we’re coming back next week in a big way! There are [an undisclosed number of] issues of High Noon in the work...
  • Issue 47: The Ripple Effect
    21 Jul 2021 • 4 min read
    The Olympics have always been my favorite sporting event. Besides the fact that the sports I cared most about (namely swimming) shone at the Olympics, I think I always enjoyed the pageantry of it. The...
  • Issue 46: Do you feel it in the air?
    16 Jul 2021 • 2 min read
    Dear High Nooners, Lots of excellent links in this week’s issue, so I didn’t want to miss out on sending it, even though it’s two days late. As for the Long Read, a series of questions, most without a...
  • Issue 45: Objects of Delight
    30 Jun 2021 • 4 min read
    There are more or less countless ways to decorate a home. Some people like to create a moodboard; some people like to hire a professional; some enjoy thifting; others want clean lines and classic shap...
  • Issue 44: The Dreaded Hour
    16 Jun 2021 • 3 min read
    Jane Drinkard is a writer from a writing family. You could say living the examined life runs in her blood. Jane also was one of my first editors so it was a pleasure to turn the table and edit for Jan...
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