Even during the most intense summer showers, the L6 > Waterproof Outer has kept us perfectly dry, thanks to its tech-forward composition: 100% Japanese recycled polyester with a non-fluorinated, water-repellant finish. With a hydrostatic head of 20,000mm, this jacket will keep wearers dry in heavy rain and wet snow. Complete with bonded and seam-taped YKK Aquaguard® zips and plenty of pocket space, this durable garment (available in small to XL) provides protection in all kinds of weather. Price is in Pounds.
Composed of 100% cotton corduroy in a rich red hue, Rowing Blazers’ adjustable Babar Burgundy Corduroy Hat features an embroidered illustration of the iconic French children’s book character. The NYC-based clothing and accessories brand worked with animation studio Nelvana and artist Clifford Ross’ company to transform several original book illustrations into this collaboration. This is Rowing Blazers’ second Babar capsule for all genders, and it celebrates the Jean de Brunhoff creation’s 90th anniversary.
Comprising crystals, a wearable evil eye and smokeless smudge, this travel kit from Sage & Salt contains items designed to transform every final destination into a welcome one. Each component—from the smoke-free spritz to the black salt—aims to support the clearing of bad energy and anxiety while helping to maintain alertness, ultimately keeping travelers feeling grounded and secure.
Known for mixing various textures, metals and stones (from Swarovski crystals to pearls and more) in her jewelry, French designer Justine Clenquet launched her eponymous label 11 years ago after studying at Duperré School of Applied Arts in Paris. This piece, the Mallory bracelet, is comprised of palladium-dipped brass and bright red agate beads. It balances traditionally masculine and feminine elements, resulting in a bold bracelet that can be worn every day. Price is in Euros.
Unlike so many brands, Girlfriend’s apparel comes in a range of sizes‚ from XXS to 6XL. The Simone Bra is available in all those sizes, as well as seven different colorways. Featuring built-in cups, the bra also boasts thick, adjustable criss-cross straps that strengthen its support and aesthetics. There’s also removable padding and a hook-and-eye, bra-style closure at the back. Made from 79% recycled plastic bottles and 21% spandex, the fabric is double-lined and super-flexible. This is one of the most practical but attractive sports bras on the market.
CDLP’s swim shorts borrow a few details from traditional running shorts for a style that’s both sporty and sophisticated. The lustrous fabric is 100% econyl (a nylon crafted from ocean and landfill waste) that’s fast-drying and eye-catching. Featuring a low-rise drawstring and elastic waistband, these trunks incorporate a mesh lining and side pockets. Available in size XS to XXL, there are five elegant colors to choose from, including our pick: rust.
In the rigidly traditional and often concretely gendered watch industry, an all-gender timepiece for Pride—that is more than an existing model with a rainbow flag strap—comes as a breath of fresh air. This year, Detroit’s Shinola introduces their Pride Detrola 43mm, a dynamic Quartz watch with a translucent case, mirrored dial and an exposed caseback that includes a subtle rainbow accent. To accompany the limited edition release, Shinola has pledged $120,000 to the Ruth Ellis Center (a Michigan-based support-service organization for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults of color) and SAGE (an advocacy organization for LGBTQ+ elders). And for those who do want a rainbow strap, one comes with the purchase, too.
Bed-Stuy’s BLK MKT Vintage—founded by Jannah Handy and Kiyanna Stewart—specializes in second-hand delights from magazines to buttons, but this Juneteenth T-shirt is one of their own, new products. Commemorating and celebrating the holiday (the anniversary of the abolition of slavery in Texas, but also the emancipation of enslaved African people across the country), this shirt has been hand-printed in Philadelphia. Available in size XS to 5XL.
Beloved Finnish apparel, homeware and textile brand Marimekko has teamed up with adidas for a vast collection of workout gear and everyday clothing. From swimsuits to sneakers, each item features Marimekko’s trademark patterns. The Ultraboost DNA + Marimekko sneakers combine playful polka dots with adidas performance. Crafted without any virgin polyester, they’re made from Primeblue (a recycled material made in collaboration with Parley Ocean Plastic) and are lightweight, sturdy and comfortable.
A company dedicated to transparency within its supply chain and salaries, Pura Utz makes playful, intricately beaded jewelry, bags and other accessories. Based in Guatemala, they pay their craftspeople four times the market standard there, and are committed to existing beyond fair trade. This yin yang necklace is entirely handmade (no two are exactly the same) and crafted from freshwater pearls and glass beads. It measures 50cm, which is just under 20 inches. Price is in Swedish Krona.
Madder- and natural indigo-dyed, hand-embroidered and hand-sewn, the Helix Jacket from STORY mfg. is (like all their products) carefully crafted and built to last. Inspired by a vintage helicopter mechanic jacket the design team found, it’s boxy but not too rigid. Its diamond-shape dye pattern has been achieved through a fold and clamp resist method, and no two will be precisely the same. Price is in Pounds.
From UK-based MAIYO, a brand dedicated to luxurious swimwear made with more environmentally responsible materials and practices, the Blossom bikini has a decidedly sporty silhouette, but with a couple of delicate details. Available in white, green, black or deep red lurex (the latter two come with a rhinestone belt), there’s the option to be understated or a little flashy. Each swimsuit is crafted by hand with 100% cotton yarn that provides a slightly raw texture. Fully lined, this bikini offers full coverage and high-waist bottoms, and a top that has removable padding.
Artist and designer Geoff McFetridge has collaborated with Norse Projects on a collection of apparel and accessories featuring his distinct figurative style. One standout is the cotton twill cap, which is available in four colorways—navy, rose quartz, thyme green or dark khaki. The theme for the collection, “The farther you go the deeper it gets,” is embroidered on the back of the cap.
Available in four subtle hues (black, green, gray-olive or tan), these high-waisted pants from Outlier are crafted from injected linen—a blend of linen and super-light polyester. The fabric feels remarkably delicate and airy (as we expect linen to be), but the pants are sturdy and remain opaque in all lighting. Available in size 28 to 38, they’re intended for all genders and the site lists all relevant measurements to ensure you find the correct size.
Oakland-based artist Yétundé Olagbaju has printed some of her glorious work onto square 35-inch satin scarves that can be worn or hung on a wall. Her “Magician” scarf features symbolism for the four elements, but in Olagbaju’s distinct, beautiful style—as a swan, a Yoruba bust, a fan and a vase. The black and white piece also has vines, candles, stars and shells printed on it.
Screen-printed by hand, these 100% linen pajama sets by Australia’s Holiday The Label certainly don’t need to be limited to the bedroom. Available in several different colorways and patterns, this new warped yin-yang iteration is available in tan or purple. Consisting of high-waisted, drawstring shorts and a boxy, button-down shirt, the set has been made to be comfortable and worn as loosely as one likes. In size XS to XXXL, they are designed in Sydney, screen-printed in Melbourne, and crafted in Bali by a small family-run textile studio with a firm focus on less waste (offcuts are used to make smaller accessories like face masks and scrunchies). Price is in AUD.