This reversible bomber from Lululemon is an adaptable layer that adjusts for each season. Quilted on one side and made with their unique Warpstreme fabric on the other, the jacket is light and comfortable but insulating and warm at the same time. It’s available in three colors—this one is Palm-Deco—and features three secure zippered pockets.
With custom monogramming done right outside of NYC, Nice Laundry’s Personal Edition herringbone sock set gets a nuanced, personal touch (with over 2,000 stitches per monogram). Each set includes three pairs of the patterned socks in dressy, distinguished and playful colorways. Nice Laundry also offers three monogram styles: Classic, Diamond and the one-letter Varsity option.
Made in Japan from a buttery, premium-quality roughout leather, this SHA-KA jacket is a tie-close noragi-style garment with character and durability. The satin interior is adorned with a richly colored indigo tapestry that contrasts the camel-colored leather. Cut in a traditional style, but with inventive twists, this piece is bound to become an heirloom.
Part of JCRT’s Camouflage Collection, this 100% cotton button-down is inspired by the WW2-era pattern that graced the lining of sky-bound parachutes. The shirt, and the entire collection, is meant to honor veterans. A percentage of the proceeds go to the IAVA—the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, an establishment that works to empower, support and connect veterans.
From LES-based brand Only NY’s ongoing partnership with the City of New York, an update on their Department of Parks hoodie. Screen-printed in white ink on a heavyweight blend fleece, the simple sweater proudly boasts the department’s name and logo and is available in black or forest green. Proceeds from sales go to the City of New York.
Covered with that familiar, friendly ghost character, Ghostly’s V2 swim shorts are a stylish way to rep the Brooklyn-based music and art brand. Made in Canada from 100% quick-dry polyester and with reinforced pockets, they’re super-functional and can go from beach to backyard BBQ with ease. Available from small to extra-large, the elasticized waistband and drawstring also means sizing is easy.
Anson Calder’s leather wallet—in FSHD Orange—is manufactured in Los Angeles from French leather with function and feel in mind. The cut-out slot allows for the shuffling of the contents without full removal—an issue that plagues many card wallets. The leather is high-quality, the design is thoughtful, and a portion of every Anson Calder purchase goes to the FSH Society.
High Times and Japanese brand Wacko Maria collaborated on a capsule collection that boldly celebrates cannabis culture. From it, these swim shorts are anything but subtle—emblazoned with the magazine’s various logos and marijuana leaves. With an elasticized drawstring waistband and plenty of pocket room, they’re a classic shape and fit, with a not-so-classic all-over print.
Represent your favorite women-centric TV from the 1980s with these simple yet delightful Working Girls socks. With four show options—Designing Women, Golden Girls, Living Single and Murder She Wrote—you can channel and support your inner Charlene, Blanche, Maxine or Jessica. Made in the USA, these are screen-printed white on black and one size only.
In the style of that classic IBM logo (designed by Paul Rand), this T-shirt by United Páradisô is emblazoned with the word “immigrant”—for good reason. With all proceeds from sales going to the ACLU, the brand is committed to bringing awareness and empathy to the plight of immigrants, refugees and displaced people in the United States. Available in small to XL, for all genders.
This elegant but comfortable jacket from Best Made Company is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Its silhouette—modeled after an 18th century Japanese winter coat—lends itself to all genders. When stepping outside, the jacket can tie shut and the wadded cotton insulates the wearer. Simple innovation bolsters cozy, minimalist design.
Blending ancient Japanese with Californian styles and, in this instance, the result is loose-fitting, but architectural pants. Made from 100% ripstop cotton, the Zouhiki pants are a combination of Momohiki and Zouave styles. Available in three sizes, the silhouette is highlighted by the tie-waist and loose pleats.
Designed as a camera bag replacement, the Leica Edition Pixentu jacket comes packed with features. There’s built-in space for a tripod; waterproof, soft, lined pockets for lenses; and space for a camera—not to mention an especially long hood to protect you and your camera when shooting in wet weather. Available from size XS to XXL, it’s a wildly practical item made for people of all ages and genders.
Made in the very same factory that manufactures caps for major league Japanese baseball teams, Poten’s caps are crafted from unexpected fabrics—like this lush velvet iteration. A soft, treated cowhide sweatband complements the 100% rayon velvet body, which comes in three sizes and elevates the entire concept of a baseball cap.
100% of the net proceeds of this bold Proenza Schouler T-shirt will be donated to Everytown—an organization whose aim is to prevent gun violence and advocate for better legislation. Adorned with technicolor graphics and a boldly crossed out rifle, there’s no doubt as to the message here.
This made-in-Japan jacket from beloved brand Visvim is puffy and perfectly functional—there’s a detachable hood, snap-pockets on the front and a drawstring waist and hem to trap warmth inside. Filled with 96% down and 4% feathers, it’s also fully lined—so no matter how cold your winter gets, you’ll stay super-cozy.