Made from super-soft and comfy 100% cotton, this French Terry sweatshirt from Everlane is adorned with their now-familiar “100% Human” logo. Each piece in this range (which includes T-shirts and sweaters) results in donations to Equality Now—an international organization that works to change laws, set legal precedents, spread awareness and mobilize communities.
Emblazoned with the neon sign-inspired Coming Soon logo on the outside, and “monsoon” on the inside, this clear plastic umbrella by the NYC-based brand will keep users dry in style. With a white plastic handle, this 33-inch umbrella is functional and simple—and a way to bring a little of the Lower East Side store with you everywhere.
Adorned with a ’70s-inspired rainbow graphic on both the front and back, this sand-colored T-shirt from NOAH celebrates the origins of the brand: their shop address on NYC’s Mulberry St. Made from 100% cotton and printed in the USA, the cheerful design is available in several other colorways.
Immediately eye-catching, the Run Star Hike is another playful collaboration between Converse and British fashion label JW Anderson. A bold take on the classic Chuck Taylor, these sneakers emphasize certain features from the original. The stacked sole and sawtooth tread are striking additions while hand-drawn typographical marks are subtler.
Released for the first time since 1989, the ZX 4000 silhouette gets a contemporary makeover today, with the addition of an adidas Carbon 4D technology sole. The sneakers have been revamped and are better than ever, while still referencing the key design features that made them timeless. With its colorful Primeknit upper, these sneakers slip seamlessly into the roster of designs the brand has launched recently.
Commemorating the year in which the Supreme Court case Roe vs Wade culminated in abortion being deemed a fundamental right under the United States Constitution, prinkshop’s “1973” baseball hat is hand-embroidered by adults with autism. For every hat sold, the brand will donate $5 to the National Institute for Reproductive Health, an organization that works tirelessly to protect women’s right to choose.
Combining luxury craftsmanship and high-performance running technology, Fliteless’ line of dress shoes (and now boots) are as light as sneakers. This pair—a durable and minimal Chelsea boot—is made in Portugal, with a black grain Italian leather upper and natural rubber outsole. But, the most impressive feature is the insole, which is outfitted with what the brand calls a “soft bounce” sole. The boot is meant to feel like you’re wearing sneakers—making your time on your feet more comfortable.
From the limited edition Red Fleece capsule collection, Brooks Brothers’ Year of the Pig sweatshirt features a special celebratory patch that nods to the affair. The cotton blend piece pairs a pique exterior with a cozy fleece interior. All other details are classic Brooks Brothers. Available in either navy or grey.
Support a fictional Philadelphia women’s basketball team with this limited edition T-shirt by Ubiq and YOWIE. Available in small to XL, the No Balls Ballers Club tops are available in black or white and offers a classic boxy shape.
To celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year, Cole Haan released a pair of their classic GrandPro tennis sneakers in a crisp white and delicate pink colorway. With subtle nods to the Chinese zodiac—including an origami pig on the footbed and pig ear cutouts on the top eyelets—the shoes are celebratory, but can certainly be worn every day.
Made in collaboration with Purlicue (founded by Chinese architect Su Jun Hua), these Vans “Year of the Pig” Old Skool low-top sneakers feature a suede and canvas upper in Rose Cloud pink. With a detachable black leather side-stripe, they can take on different looks depending on your mood. Complete with “The Fat Year” text on the soles and extra-wide laces, these celebrate the rotund animal’s symbolism for good luck.
An unconventional take on the classic signet ring, Seb Brown’s Neapolitan Ring 2 is crafted from nine carat yellow gold and an assortment of semi-precious stones—all of which can be selected upon purchase. This one features Australian blue sapphire, pink and yellow sapphires, a tsavorite garnet and turquoise—creating a colorful and textured piece. Each ring by the Melbourne-based jeweler is handmade to order.
Crafted using materials from New York (and manufactured there too) Best Made Company’s Nor’easter Sweater is made from burly, dye-free wool. This one in particular, in a unique shade, is made from a yarn that combines brown Corriedale and dark brown Romney sheep’s wool. By partnering with Battenkill Fibers and New York Textile Lab, Best Made ensures that the product is delicately crafted and cared for in every step of the process.
An instant classic, MoMA and Champion’s collaboration sweatshirt debuted for the museum’s Is Fashion Modern? exhibition and remains a playful take on the classic, collegiate style crewneck. With MoMA’s logo appliquéd on the front, the sweatshirt is made from a cotton blend and available in size small through XL. Art fans, represent.
Reminiscent of a Russian wedding band, LA-based J Hannah’s Duo Form Ring is a sculptural, timeless piece of jewelry. Available in sterling silver or 14k yellow, white, or rose gold, it offers a smooth gradient shape that’s satisfying to look at and comfortable to wear—heavy enough so you know it’s there, but not too much to weigh you down.
Part of a limited-edition collaborative collection by BOSS and Australian artist/studio Jeremyville, this enamel pig keychain is a cute and durable accessory—thanks to its palladium-coated steel composition. The sneaker-wearing, anthropomorphic swine perfectly embodies Jeremyville’s colorful, cartoon style.