Nike’s new ACG Mt Fuji collection features plenty of wind- and water-resistant garments and accessories inspired by the Japanese mountain’s terrain. A lava-like camouflage print covers these durable overall shorts and a woven, retro Nike ACG patch adds a pop of color. This piece is meant to match the rest of the collection, which includes a poncho, sneakers, sandals and a vest. The full collection is available today at Nike’s online store. Price is in Euros.
Birdwell’s 11-ounce double-looped cotton terry Indigo Baja Hoodie doubles as a light towel, courtesy of its soft and absorbent fabric. Each garment is made in the USA and features a large pocket on the front and split hem sides. A real wood button secures the collar, while herringbone stitch reinforcements at the hood and on the sides prevent wear and tear. Perfect for sunset after a long day at the beach, this piece conjures a distinctly retro vibe.
With proceeds from the sale of their “REPARATIONS” hoodie being donated to bail funds in NYC and Portland, Sacramento-based multimedia brand Advisry clearly establishes their bona fides. Also available in heather gray, the garment—which has been screen-printed in the USA on 100% cotton—is available in sizes small to extra-large, and intended for all genders.
Part of the three-way collaborative collection between This is Amit, The Tom of Finland Foundation and HOMOCO, the Forest Tom’s Full Service swim trunks feature a pattern that reimagines some of Tom’s iconography. The short-cut shorts are composed of 90% recycled polyester and 10% spandex. Created to commemorate Tom’s 100th Birthday in 2020, the celebratory collection features another swimsuit, too, as well as shirts and accessories.
Cut and sewn in NYC, this NICOLE ZÏZI STUDIO jacket resembles the classic boxy denim trucker, but is crafted from 19% recycled PET and 81% cotton. Bright blue buttons also add contemporary flair. Each jacket is made to order by employees who are paid a fair wage to work in safe spaces. It’s available from XS to XXL and intended for wear by all genders.
Available in 11 different colorways, these 100% cotton denim aprons from Big Bud Press are designed, sewn and dyed in Los Angeles. The inclusion of 42-inch straps and an adjustable neck strap allow each to fit people of all sizes. With big pockets for paintbrushes, markers, tools or even cooking utensils, the utilitarian design promises to be both practical and durable.
New from Parks Project, this boxy T-shirt boasts a distinctly ’60s vibe via tie-dye, cartoonish illustration and peaceful messaging. A bear carrying a flag that reads “Parks protect all life” is front and center, flanked by mushrooms, flowers, squirrels and a dove. Hand-dyed in DTLA, this 100% cotton shirt comes in size XS to XXXL. A portion of the proceeds goes to the National Parks Conservation Association, an organization that works to protect and improve national parks across the USA.
With 100% of the proceeds from its sales donated to the Marsha P Johnson Institute, this shirt celebrates the LGBTQ+ community in many ways. The brand Very Good Light teamed up with artist Humberto Cruz (aka ISCREAMCOLOUR) for the T-shirt, which is emblazoned with a rainbow, two Black cherubs, and the ever-relevant words “Black Lives Matter.” Available in sizes small to XL, it’s made from 100% cotton and will ship at the end of June.
Launched on Juneteenth, Internal Knowledge and Are.na’s Chess Camp label explores “strategy, empathy, psychological freedom, and Black history.” From them, this new T-shirt directs 100% of proceeds to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective. “Internal Knowledge Chess Camp: Juneteenth 2020” adorns the front of the 100% cotton shirt, while a green and ivory chessboard occupies the back. The release comes accompanied by a wealth of educational videos, resources, printed materials and more, which lives on Are.na’s idea-sharing platform as Chess Camp vol.1.
Founded by Kacey Lynch in 2014, the South Central LA-based label Bricks & Wood draws upon its neighborhood for inspiration. Their six-panel corduroy cap, a new silhouette for the brand, features a short brim. The 100% cotton paisley fabric is a deadstock material they brought back to life for the piece.
Designer Mia Saine‘s “Let Me Run” T-shirt features original artwork made in response to Ahmaud Arbery’s murder, but relating to all the innocuous activities Black people have been doing when brutally attacked by racist police or civilians. Two-thirds ($20) of the cost of these 100% cotton ringer shirts will be donated to Black Lives Matter.
Owned and run by James Flemons, the LA-based label Phlemuns has released a face mask featuring their dreamy cloud print. Incorporating adjustable straps and nose bridge, it’s crafted from a blended cotton-poly fabric and includes a 100% cotton inner layer. While non-medical, these masks still protect the wearer and those nearby from harmful germs.
From Ouigi Theodore’s Brooklyn Circus, the subdued green Release America Crewneck features a striped version of the brand’s logo, a googly-eyed Statue of Liberty and a map of the United States. All the motifs have been hand-printed on the garment, which is made from a heavy, ring-spun cotton/poly fleece. All seams incorporate a reverse cover stitch, making them extra-strong. Available in small to XL, the boxy sweater suits all genders, and is available in blush pink, too.
From this year’s Reebok Pride collection, the colorful, all-gender Club C 85 shoes nod to the ’80s with their paint-splatter style. Script on the tongue, accompanied by a rainbow graphic, honors all types of love and all types of people. Along with their campaign and the new releases, Reebok is donating $75K to the It Gets Better Project, an LGTBQ+ outreach program that aims to support and connect LGBTQ+ youth around the world.
100% of the proceeds from Levi’s Pride 2020 collection will be donated to OutRight Action International—a non-governmental organization that defends the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people. This oversized trucker jacket (available in traditional denim or pink, white and blue tie-dye) boasts an embroidered call to action, with “USE YOUR VOICE!” emblazoned on the back. Available in small to XXL, it’s made from 100% non-stretch cotton.
For every one of these bandana masks sold, RE/DONE will donate five to frontline workers across the USA. Available in nine colorways, they are crafted from upcycled bandana fabric and include a cotton lining on the back (or face) side. Washable and reusable, the shades and patterns will differ due to the repurposed and reconstructed fabric. The brand also has denim options and kids’ sizes in different patterns.