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Saint Laurent's jacket is achingly cool in dark grey faded denim. The boxy style features a covered placket, the black leather collar brings a rock'n'roll-inspired rebellious note. Team yours with an asymmetric skirt and high-heeled boots.

  • material: 100% cotton
  • hood: 100% lamb leather
  • care instructions: dry clean
  • side slit pockets
  • zipper fastening, concealed buttoned front
  • Made in Italy
  • detachable hood, buttoned cuffs
  • Designer colour name: Black Snow Wash
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Paul and Paula: Sweethearts of the ’60s
50 years ago, music fans swooned over ‘Hey, Paula’ by this Texas duo, launching their love song to No. 1 in the charts
For three weeks in 1963, Paul and Paula beat out the likes of Bobby Vee, the Drifters, Dion and the Four Seasons for the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100. Their hit song ‘Hey, Paula’ was written by Ray Hildebrand (Paul) and sung by him and Jill Jackson (Paula), students at Howard Payne College in Brownwood.
Photo Courtesy Ray Hildebrand and Jill Landon


In the fall of 1962, Howard Payne College students Jill Jackson and Ray Hildebrand were beginning to make a name for themselves in Brownwood. Jill, who was born in McCamey, had her own 15-minute Sunday afternoon radio show on KEAN. Ray sang with a group called the Prisoners. Jill and Ray met on campus. (By coincidence, he was boarding with her aunt.) They hit it off, and Jill invited Ray to become her duet partner.

Ray had begun singing in church at an early age and started writing songs in college. He was from Joshua and was attending Howard Payne on a basketball scholarship. One fateful day, a teammate asked Ray for a favor.

“Russell Berry asked me to write a song for his girlfriend,” Ray recalls. Her name was Paula. Writing a song on behalf of someone else proved difficult, and his first try didn’t work, so Ray started over. He’d broken up with his girlfriend, Judy Hendricks, and when he started composing again, his feelings for her poured out. Winston Hughes, another teammate, heard Ray’s work in progress and offered some crucial advice.

“He said, ‘Why don’t you have the girl sing back to the guy?’ ” Ray says. But what guy’s name should he use? Ray remembered a song he’d heard many times that summer—“Tall Paul” by Annette Funicello, which reached No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. Paul and Paula? It worked.

After Jill and Ray performed the song on the KEAN radio show, the station’s phones lit up. That prompted Jill’s mother to begin searching for a record producer. She contacted Marvin Montgomery, a session guitarist in Fort Worth. He worked with Major Bill Smith, who produced “Hey Baby,” the Bruce Channel hit that topped the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks in March 1962. Montgomery mentioned an upcoming recording session but couldn’t guarantee that they would get an audition.

The pocket clip is relatively pedestrian compared to the rest of the knife. It is a simple bent titanium clip, and it integrates nicely with the handle. It is drilled and tapped for right side tip up carry only, and there is a recess milled into the handle like an Morgan OGALO Blouse jaune clair Visit New Outlet Amazon Visit Cheap Price Online Shop Best Seller For Sale F59QbiM321
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. The clip of the Tolk has good retention and is set up for relatively deep carry. It carries well in the pocket and is thin and manageable given its length.

The Tolk is equipped with both a flipper and ambidextrous thumb studs. The thumb studs are set close to the handle and I am unable to use them to flick the knife open. It is a good option for slowly rolling the blade open, but most people will be gravitating towards the flipper. And the flipper is definitely a good choice. The ceramic ball detent is dialed in and the blade pops open with a satisfying snap. The pivot is on bearings and the action is smooth.

For lockup, we have a titanum framelock. Like the Odino , the last framelock knife I reviewed, the Tolk bucks the trend of stainless steel lockbar inserts. I don’t have a problem with this provided that the titanium framelock works well, and I am pleased to report that is the case here. Lockup is early and solid. There is no blade play or lock stick to speak of. This is a titanium framelock done right. Rounding things out is a blue anodized titanium lockbar stabilizer. Blade centering is perfect.

The Tolk is basically everything I would expect from a high end midtech offering: top flight materials, exceptional fit and finish, and hand tuned details. The Tolk has all these qualities in spades. The packing is also worth noting. The knife comes in a foam lined embossed box and includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the man himself. This has been a fun knife to own and it is obvious that a lot of thought and care went into every detail of the experience.

Some scoff at the notion that this is “as close as you can come to buying a custom offering.” I think that subject should be explored on a case by case basis. The Tolk is obviously not a custom knife, but I think that in this case Brad has put a lot of time and thought into these. He and has apparently even created some of the parts (like the pivots). He was selling them personally, including each with a signed card of authenticity, and he was proud to do it. While this obviously isn’t a custom offering, in this case I believe it is a couple steps closer than a collaboration with a production knife company.

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