With similar stretch and stay as performance socks, this pink N/A (Necessary Anywhere) pair is adorned with a “Handle With Care” slogan just above the ankle. They’re comfortable, cute and offer a very clear message for days when you’re extra delicate.
Made in Italy from a lightweight polyamide-blend, this two-tone snake-print swimsuit is equal parts opulent and practical. With a wrap front, it features adjustable shoulder straps that crossover in the back, and is available in yellow or pale blue.
Sundae School’s “Honor Roller” cap is more than a 420-friendly slogan. The hat also features a loop on the right-hand side that’s just big enough to hold a joint—or anything joint-shaped. Equal parts silly and practical, this cap is made for summer adventures.
The first collaboration between Actual Source and Ghostly, this new limited edition crewneck is printed on the front (combining both logos) and embroidered on the reverse. Both brands are celebrating this year, with music and art company Ghostly’s 20th anniversary and publisher, brand and retailer Actual Source hitting five years as an independent publisher. The sweater is made in the USA from 98% cotton and is pre-washed to avoid shrinking, and is available from small to XL.
Made from medium-weight, water-resistant poly-cotton gabardine (70% polyester and 30% cotton), Arpenteur’s Sportive jacket is a sensible option for wet weather. With a silhouette akin to sailing jackets, wearers will stay dry—thanks in part to the high-rise neckline and elastic drawstrings at the hem and hood.
Made from 100% printed silk, the James Beard Bow Tie nods to the annual James Beard Foundation event with its kitchen utensil pattern. Tie The Knot, return host Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s advocacy organization, has released these limited edition items. Proceeds of the sales will support LGBTQ+ and other diversity initiatives from non-profits in the culinary community.
Made in collaboration with Thierry Lasry, Rhuigi Villasenor’s sunglass collection has dropped under his label Rhude. Produced by hand in France with Italian acetate, the accessories are eclectic and bold but inherently timeless. Whether it’s the concentrated emphasis on craftsmanship or Villasenor’s luxe eye, these sunglasses—especially the champagne and green iteration—are an investment but a worthy one.
Made with travel in mind, the Grey Label by NYC-based O.N.S is a collection of minimal but delightfully designed items that will survive a stint in a suitcase. Our pick: the utilitarian Acadia Shorts (available in navy, black, gray or olive) which draw inspiration from Japanese design. Part outdoorsy, part structural and sophisticated, the shorts feature an adjustable buckle belt and are crafted from a lightweight and comfortable cotton/nylon blend.
Truly an all-encompassing garment, Vollebak’s 50,000BC jacket features four layers of protection and added wool insulation—making for a technical piece that will shield wearers from the elements. Made for extreme weather, it features a waterproof membrane and a sturdy, windproof nylon shell. The hood (complete with a peak) also fastens just below the nose, offering almost complete protection.
The Jack shirt, Taylor Stitch’s take on the everyday Oxford, is a simple staple for any closet. Made from 100% organic cotton, it’s sturdy but soft and offers a more tailored fit with slightly higher sleeves. The result is sleek but casual, and its slightly shorter cut means it can be worn untucked without looking sloppy.
Cut in a classic trench-style silhouette, the Glossed-TPU raincoat from Rains is transparent—save for the frosted collar and pockets. While allowing your outfit underneath to remain visible, the jacket protects it from the elements—thanks to its water-resistant 100% thermoplastic polyurethane make-up. Lightweight and made slightly oversized, its boxy shape means it’s ideal for all genders.
With an outer made from flexible PVC, the mini Tele Shirley bag from Staud is a practical little bag with a retro-future aesthetic. With an inner pouch crafted from white calf leather and wrapped in swirling telephone cords, it’s finished with a calf leather handle. Opt for just the pouch or carry the whole bag for a bit more room—it’s eye-catching either way.
Dyed a medium indigo hue, Goodlife’s terry cardigan blazer boasts the silhouette of a more formal garment with the feel of something more relaxed. Part cardigan and part blazer, it is an easygoing piece that will fade and age with character. Because of the brand’s unique dye process, each blazer will look a bit different.
Released as a part of Levi’s entirely recyclable collection, the Wellthread trucker—made in collaboration with Outerknown—is constructed from a blend of cotton and cottonized hemp. (Using hemp reduces the amount of water and labor needed—and the carbon footprint.) On the back of the jacket there’s stunning and dense indigo-hued embroidery that emphasizes the collection’s commitment to sustainability and both brands’ affinities for the ocean.
Made in collaboration by Sexy Beast, Jenny Holzer and Virgil Abloh, this T-shirt—crafted by LA-based EVERYBODY.WORLD—benefits Planned Parenthood LA, with all proceeds going to the organization. Limited to an edition of 1000, the shirts are emblazoned by a blurry version of conceptual artist Holzer’s famous slogan, “Abuse of Power Comes As No Surprise” from her Truisms series.
Stutterheim’s classic Stockholm raincoat is crafted from a matte, rubberized cotton so it may appear less technical, but it still protects from blustery weather—thanks to its 100% PVC coating and heat-welded seams. Available in countless colorways, our pick is the patchwork-style iteration—with green- and sand-colored patches on a black base. Made in Poland, this raincoat is available from XXXS to XXL.