Crafted from 100% cotton, but washed for softness, Japanese outdoor brand Goldwin’s regular chino pants combine a classic silhouette with contemporary and utilitarian touches. Back pockets curve with the wearer’s hips, a gusseted crotch increases mobility and hidden zippered pockets keep your things separated. Despite the name, they’re more functional than traditional chinos. Available in olive green, navy or beige; from size small to XL.
Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign, a women-led organization that raises money and awareness for important social causes, directs all their net proceeds to various non-profit partners. Their “I’m Gonna Win” T-shirt is inspired by one worn by Diana Ross during a charity tennis match in the ’70s. Funds from its sale benefit Higher Heights, an organization that elevates, supports and celebrates black women’s political power by investing in the next generation of political leaders, mobilizing voters, increasing representation and more. The shirt itself is made from 100% ringspun cotton and is available from small to 3XL.
Modeled after bygone iterations, NYC-based Rowing Blazers’ collection of Rugby shirts is cut from 100% super-heavyweight cotton. The 12 gauge knit (which describes the number of stitches per square inch) ensures that it’s a bit warmer and longer-lasting, too. This one features a navy and white oversized checkered pattern, with subtle details under the collar and where the buttons meet. It’s a slimmer silhouette—for an oversized fit, the brand suggests ordering one size up from what you usually wear.
Made in collaboration with LA-based sculptor Bradley Duncan, Koio’s newest sneaker release comes in an all-natural leather hue accompanied by leather laces, a translucent outsole, and a sculptural adornment on the tongue. “His refined expressions demonstrate the enormous strength of both minimalist tradition and time-honored craftsmanship,” the brand explains of Duncan’s work in relation to the sneaker’s overall appearance. The lines formed here are clean and crisp, and the shoe appears unexpectedly unique from all four of its most prominent angles—front, sides, back, and from above.
Packed with everything needed to tie-dye your preferred garment, FAO Schwarz’s ultimate set comes with 18 colored dyes, six pairs of protective gloves, a plastic tablecloth, rubber bands, and a bag to store it all in. Whether you’re a first-timer looking to experiment or a seasoned veteran working to perfect a specific pattern, opportunity for creativity abounds with this kit.
With a floral motif that invokes the still-life oil paintings of European Old Masters, the pattern on Skull & Bones’ hand-painted Dutch floral boxer brief pops with color. Composed of an ultra-soft blended fabric—95% polyester, 5% spandex—the underwear maximizes stretch and support, while maintaining comfort always.
Made in the Thomas Pink workshop in London’s Vauxhall neighborhood, the limited-edition Patchwork collection brings together surplus fabrics (reducing waste in the process). These 100% cotton shirts, in relaxed silhouettes, play upon the traditional striped dress-shirt style with charm. There are only 30 shirts available in each style, however. Price is in Pounds.
Born from a partnership with Pittsburgh-based organization First Mile, Puma’s Erupt Trail running sneakers employ yarns made from plastic pollution collected in Taiwan, Honduras and Haiti. This silhouette is the first from this sustainable collection, but it’s also a continuation of a refresh of the Puma brand that commenced a few years back. Referencing design-forward footwear both past and present, this iteration offers high-performing tread and support systems and plenty of stylish finishing touches.
Featuring a hand-drawn, anatomical pattern in pops of orange and red, these tie-dye “Tangerine Aubergine” socks from Al’s Big Deal were designed using the batik method (which employs resistant wax, meant to create vivid contrast). Available in two sizes (regular and large), each black bamboo/rayon sock may be subtly different, due to the one-by-one dyeing process.
Made from bamboo, bio-based packaging, and a water-based cleaning solution, DFNS compostable sneaker wipes can buff off stains, spills, scuffs and dust from leather and vinyl sneakers. With just a few wipes, troublesome spots disappear and leave sneakers clean and even disinfected—as bamboo has natural antibacterial properties. Plus, the Amsterdam-based company employs factories powered by wind to produce each package. Available in packs of 30.
From Australian brand Perks and Mini (better known as PAM), these Animal swim shorts are made from 100% polyester and feature back and side pockets, rendering them as practical for everyday wear as they are for the beach. With leopard and reptile patterning as well as swirling, abstract digital prints, the shorts are alluringly audacious. Featuring mesh underwear lining and a drawstring waist, they’re available in small, medium and large.
Khu Khu’s bold, colorful fans are handmade in Spain from wood and cotton. This one, from the Cool Cats collection, channels a distinctly vintage vibe through its illustration of leopards lounging in trees. With lush green, azure and golden hues, the fan is finished with a cyan tassel.
Dyed using the time-consuming and meticulous technique called kasezome (aka hank- or skein-dyeing), this Studio D’Artisan jacket celebrates Japanese tradition and craftsmanship. Crafted from 100% cotton Studio D’Artisan original sashiko fabric, the jacket features a plush wool lining and collar as well as black snap buttons. A combination of workwear and luxury, tradition and modernity, this jacket is available in sizes 38 to 44 and is made in Japan.
From Honor The Gift’s Art Department collection, these painter shorts reference the range’s tagline “Don’t Mind the Mess” as the heavyweight duck canvas is decorated with custom, hand-treated splashes of paint. The shorts sit above the knee, feature custom hardware, and are intended to match a splattered kimono-style top. The brand was founded by Russell Westbrook (NBA player for the Houston Rockets) and has a playful, DIY approach that’s reminiscent of Westbrook’s on-court attitude.
From Groover Spectacles (founded by Masataka Nakajima), the Baryon Sunglasses combine retro tinges with contemporary touches for a silhouette and style that’s charming and bold, but wearable. Made in Japan, these shades are crafted from a high-quality acetate whose subtle transparent colorway is offset by lime green lenses—which are, of course, UV protective.
Designed for windy and rainy conditions, Houdini Sportswear’s The Square is a shin-length wrap-style skirt that’s easy to take on and off as needed with a simple hook and webbing waistband. Made in Japan from 70% recycled and 30% face fabric polyester (the silent, water-repellant top layer), the piece boasts a matte finish that adds subtle sophistication. Just like a raincoat, The Square is wind- and water-proof, and is resilient to rips and snags. The lightweight unisex garment’s wrap design makes it extra functional, as it can buckle at various sizes depending on your outfit underneath. Easily stored in a day bag, this is a perfect solution for unexpected foul weather.