Each week, we'll be handpicking our favorite items on the shop. Whether you're looking for hoodies, tees, sneakers—whatever you need—we've picked the best options to build your wardrobe.
It's brick out and hoodies as outwear just won't cut it anymore. But if you're not down for a puffer, we suggest trying a fleece jacket. From Reigning Champ to Stüssy, fleece jackets are all you need to layer up this season to withstand the icy temperatures.
Given the particularly challenging weather we've had recently, it's become increasingly important for us to dress warmly yet comfortably during the weekend. As always, we aim to look effortlessly fresh while instilling quiet confidence in our fits and to champion that purpose, we scoured for the coolest fleece pants on the market right now. Paired with a solid beanie and steezy parka, it's about elevating and embracing every journey, even if it's a Sunday stroll to the bodega to cop your coveted carton of oat milk.
Gifts for Her
Fellas, if you want to please that special lady in your life the best way to do that is to buy the indulgent pieces for her, yourself. Granted, it's not the cheapest gift to give: those Margiela Tabis and Saint Laurent wallets might be on the pricey side, but the thought carries more weight than you think. However, your thoughtful gift will reap many rewards in the long term. Whether it's for your girlfriend, fiancé, wife, ma dukes, trust - she knows how much these things cost and she'll love you for it.
Gifts Under $200
Doing some last minute shopping? No matter what your checklist consists of, you can't do without that perfectly price friendly item. You gotta stock up on a fresh jacket or wallet, to make it through the season of gift giving. From a heavy duty Chore Coat from Carhartt WIP to an embossed leather card case from Saint Laurent, here are some options for you—all under $200, so you won't be breaking the bank.
Italian fashion house Gucci was founded in Florence in 1921. Alessandro Michele has been designing for Gucci since January 2015 and is redefined luxury for the 21st century, further reinforcing Gucci's position as one of the world’s most desirable fashion houses. Explore our curation of Gucci pieces including men's sneakers and embroidered jackets
While your fit game remains on point, don't neglect your living space and spruce up it with some ornate objects. Comprised of scented candles from A.P.C. and COMME des GARÇONS, Stüssy coffee mugs, and Neighborhood's skull incense burners, these overtop decor are the tiny details your crib needs to help accentuate your space. Whether you’re putting it on your wishlist or figuring out if the bathroom needs remodeling, adding a tasteful amount in the home will speak volumes. Get your shopping right and elevate the homestead.
HUMAN MADE is the latest venture from A Bathing Ape (BAPE) founder NIGO best known for its revolutionary and trendsetting streetwear silhouettes, which include tees, button-up shirts, chinos and small fashion accessories. The brand takes inspiration from 1950s Americana and American workwear heritage, with its recurring motif giving reverence to NIGO’s Tokyo boutique diner, Curry Up. The Japanese fashion label has partnered with the likes of Hender Scheme, N.E.R.D. and STUDIO SEVEN, to name a few, and its designs are famously favoured by Pharrell Williams.
Founded in 2009 in Bend, Oregon, Hydro Flask is the award-winning leader in high-performance insulated products ranging from beverage and food flasks to the new Unbound Series Soft Coolers. Inspiring an active and joyful life on the go, Hydro Flask innovations showcase TempShield double-wall vacuum insulation to lock in temperature, 18/8 stainless steel ensuring pure taste and durable, ergonomic design for the ultimate trusted sidekick.
American ready-to-wear label John Elliott, founded in 2012 by the designer of the same name, features simple, tailored fits with clean lines and a modern aesthetic. Elliott’s passion for reinventing essential items is made clear with all the shrewd details and high quality materials that can be found in each piece. Motivated by the simple idea of creating clothing that people will wear everyday, John Elliott succeeds in putting a unique stamp on basic, functional garments that could easily find a spot in the regular rotation of any closet.