Crafted by mysterious independent Italian brand GR10K, this fleece jacket, in “Dolphin Grey,” references military styles—a point emphasized by the fact that they source recycled Polartec from that sector. With streetwear nods and an eco-friendly conscience, it distances itself from the style popularized by outdoor industry veterans like The North Face.
Cannabis brand Old Pal’s “Legalize Humanity” T-shirt represents far more than a stoner mantra. With 100% of the proceeds going to the Border Network for Human Rights, the shirt asks that our moral compass override legal boundaries. The message is printed on medium weight cotton and the shirt is available in black or white.
Kids grow at a rate that often outpaces their parents’ ability to shop. Nike is looking to make it easier to find sneakers that fit growing kids. Using a subscription-based model (which starts at $20 a month), the Nike Adventure Club affords parents the opportunity to opt into a membership that sends new kicks four, six or 12 times a year. Each time you’re due, you’re able to pick any of the Nike or Converse silhouettes they have on offer; you send the old ones back and new ones arrive in a customized box.
Released as part of Only NY and the MTA’s collaborative collection, the beach T-shirt promotes one of the city’s most underrated treats: accessibility to dozens of delightful beaches by subway or bus. Made in the US from 100% 6.5 oz ring-spun cotton, the message it carries is simple: “Take the Train to the Beach.”
Cole Haan’s second drop with Chinatown Market sees the Canal Street-celebrating founder Mike Cherman hand-pick colors and custom materials for the lightest ZERØGRAND collection yet. The signature smiley adorns the upper—sending an optimistic message to everyone in sight. Meanwhile, the sneaker’s clever lacing system actually holds laces in place, turning each shoe into a comfortable slip-on.
Celebrate the joy that DFA Records offers with their Continental Drift Shirt—designed for summer by Noah Kloster. The two colorways, Celadon and Natural, are made from different cotton-blend fabrics and the latter will take to tie-dye nicely. Available from small to XXL, and slightly oversized, this is a cheerful garment for all genders.
Designed by HOUNDS, this flower-adorned T-shirt pushes two positive messages: “It’s OK” and “Be Better Tomorrow.” The release comes from Pittsburgh-based artist Mars Jackson, and the slogan doubles as the title for his forthcoming project. Each shirt (available in medium to XL) comes with a pressed “Flower Tag,” which, if left unopened, can be preserved for a lifetime.
Striking, sophisticated and playful, these mismatched earrings feature different lengths of looped beads hanging from bronze arches. Available in clear quartz or bright roe glass beads, each set comes with one 4.25-inch earring and one 2.75-inch earring. They’re made in Seattle by Faris Du Graf.
Reminiscent of vintage basketball shorts and traditional Mexican falsa blankets, John Elliott’s Game Shorts are available in Nogales black or green and are crafted from 100% cotton. Complete with striped trim and vented cuffs, these are a sophisticated take on basketball shorts—yet maintain a relaxed fit. Available from XS to XXL, they also feature a drawstring waistband.
Designed in collaboration with the very talented, multi-disciplinary artist and designer Geoff McFetridge, Warby Parker’s new “Edgemont” sunglasses are vintage-tinged and available in two colorways—peppercorn tortoise or (our pick) rosemary crystal. Crafted from hand-polished cellulose acetate, they feature scratch-resistant lenses, which protect wearers from 100% UVA and UVB rays.
Crafted from sand-washed silk habotai with satellite images printed all over, RÆBURN’s flowing NASA dress documents the environmental changes due to climate change. The oversized dress features slits on either side and a v-neck, and is a loose, lightweight option that will transcend seasons. The brand uses the same NASA images on plenty more garments too—shorts, pants, coats and accessories for all genders. Each is made to order and delivered within one to two weeks after ordering.
Using the brand’s in-house modified Calibre JJ04 automatic moon phase movement, Christopher Ward’s 40.5mm C1 Moonglow watch keeps the time and carefully guides two illuminated 3D moons around the dial. With a stark black face, punctuated by white hour and minute hands and a red seconds hand, the watch is undoubtedly dignified. Just like the Apollo 11 landing, which it commemorates, the timepiece features plenty of technical innovation. In the dark, the moon, hands and indicators glow boldly thanks to the Grade X1 GL C1 Super-LumiNova coating.
A simple staple turned statement piece, Mitchell Evan’s River Raglan crewneck is a soft, ombre-dyed sweater made from rayon, poly and cotton French terry. With wear, this machine-washable garment will break in and soften nicely, but the color will hold.
Made from 55% organic cotton and 45% hemp, this Swirl Tie-Dye T-shirt is made for kids from age six months to nine years old. With a boxy shape, it’s garment dyed and washed, so it’s soft and comfy for little ones. With a decidedly vintage look and feel, this top is an easy everyday item.
From Dior protégé to founder of an internationally recognized fashion house, Yves Saint Laurent’s catwalk history is canonized in Yves Saint Laurent Catwalk: 1962-2002. With a biography of Saint Laurent, quotes from Pierre Bergé, and never-before-seen images (behind the scenes and from shows) along with essays and notes on each collection, this book holds immense insight into the iconic brand. From the legendary 1966 “Le Smoking” tuxedo, to Mondrian dresses, and the Ballets Russes collection, this book is an essential for any design, style and fashion enthusiast.
Produced with 100% quick-drying nylon, these “geometric watermelon”-patterned shorts are sophisticatedly playful. With Orlebar Brown’s signature belt-fasteners on the waistband, the fit is adjustable. And thanks to a tailored fit and mesh lining, these trunks offer an elevated take on the humble boardshort.