The Bracket

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When it comes to the post-season in NCAA sports, we typically use terms like “playoff” or “bowl season” to describe the matchups that follow the regular season. Not in college basketball. We don’t call it the March Playoffs or March Tournaments, because this ultra fast-paced shootout collection of clashes has rightfully earned the name Madness…. Read More

The Biggest Upsets in March Madness History

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Ah, March…the month of packing up our heavy coats, catching the first signs of spring bloom, and preparing for a solid month of college basketball mania. With Selection Sunday quickly approaching, we only have a couple weeks until the Big Dance officially goes down. Over the years, we’ve seen a plethora of upsets, from cinderella… Read More

Slater Zorn Introduces: The Custom Accessory Collection

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Slater Zorn is thrilled to introduce our custom accessories collection in collaboration with Hanya by Anya Cole. Choose from a selection of hand knit caps and wristwarmers in the color combination of your choice in 9 brilliant hues of the finest Scottish cashmere.  Each piece is made of 6-ply handspun cashmere and knitted by Master… Read More

Style Ideas for Super Bowl 50

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With the biggest game of the year only a week away, lately we’ve been dreaming in denver orange and carolina blue. You might have your game day locale all squared away and kickoff recipes set, but have you thought about what you’re going to wear? Let us help you with that. Check out Super Bowl… Read More

Fascinating Origins of 5 Sports Team Names

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As fans, we candidly accept the names of our favorite teams, no matter how outlandish they may be! But have you ever wondered what prompted some of the more unusual names, or thought something as basic as “Cardinals” might have an unconventional backstory? Check out five of the most fascinating origins of professional sports team… Read More

Warm & Toasty Cocktails for Cold Weather Tailgating

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There’s so many reasons we love January. The feeling of a fresh start, our favorite primetime shows coming out of hibernation, and of course, it’s playoff time baby! But the frosty temps that invade our playoff parties and tailgates, we’re not so fond of. Get this: 5 spectacular cocktails that will help you shake off… Read More

Holiday Gift Ideas for College Football’s Top Four

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Selection Sunday has spoken, and the four teams battling for College Football’s highest honor and one year of the ultimate bragging rights have been chose. Congrats to Clemson, Alabama, Michigan State and Oklahoma! No matter where you cheer for your team, whether you’re making the journey to see the action live or gathering with fellow… Read More

An Inside Look at College Championship Weekend & the 2015 Playoff Picture

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Going into Saturday, there were 13 teams in strong contention for nabbing a playoff spot. Once the clock struck midnight and regular season ended for college football fans, only 8 hopefuls remained. Some seem to be a shoe-in while others are praying for a gridiron miracle, but ultimately the Conference Championships played today will decide… Read More

The Best Thanksgiving Day Games in Football History

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Like homemade stuffing and pecan pie, football is a time-honored Thanksgiving Day tradition. In fact, the rite dates all the way back the era of the sport’s inception in the late 1800s, when college powerhouses Yale and Princeton commenced the tradition. Today, a turkey feast just wouldn’t seem right without the Cowboys and Lions. So… Read More

This Fall, the Historic Evil Eye Tradition Comes to Slater Zorn

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Whether you’ve seen it as glass beads adorned on trees or gardens, or worn it on a bracelet around your wrist, chances are you’re familiar with the famous Evil Eye. A longstanding and celebrated symbol across many cultures, the Evil Eye is believed to be the ultimate good luck charm against harm and bad karma…. Read More