The Max Crewneck

From KROST, a mission-driven apparel brand, comes the Max Crewneck which benefits the Food Bank for New York City. All proceeds from sales of the sweatshirt are donated to the organization, which provides 100 million free meals every year. Made from 100% cotton, the garment is a classic boxy shape and is intended for all genders.

Bowery Ballroom Dad Hat

This six-panel, embroidered “dad hat” doesn’t just shout out one of NYC’s most iconic music venues, the Bowery Ballroom, sales from it directly benefit the concert hall—which has been shuttered for months due to COVID-19. It’s composed of 100% pigment-dyed cotton twill (also available in olive green) and one size fits most.

Meet Me In The Bathroom: The Art Show at The Hole Gallery

Author Lizzy Goodman co-curates an exhibition celebrating NYC's rock scene from 2001-2011

Anyone who paid attention to (or disdained, admired or aspired to be a part of) NYC’s rock’n’roll revival circa 2001-2011 understands the importance of author Lizzy Goodman’s oral history, Meet Me In The Bathroom. Goodman let the very people involved speak for themselves—weaving their words to support origin stories and break-ups, low points and milestones. Nothing will ever explain the chemistry of the genre or …