The most important aspect of clothes is their fit. That’s why bespoke clothing is the bees’ knees. But if you don’t have the time to go to a tailor, ZipSeam can help. It’s a set of plastic strips that temporarily tighten shirts and other clothes.
Now you can order custom Ray-Ban sunglasses online. Choose one of seven models and customize the color or material of its frame, lens, case and temple tips. You can also have the case and temple tips engraved.
We’re not quite sure why Daft Punk waited so long after the release of their latest album to put out new merch including shirts, a belt buckle and an awesome poster. They’re definitely Doin’ It Right with those retro style ads though.
While its black on black face might not be the most legible we’ve ever seen, we’re so taken by its contrasting red and black plaid fabric band that we’re willing to give this one a win despite its form over function design approach.
Shwood teamed up with Louisville Slugger to create these awesome limited-edition shades that are perfect for a sunny day at the ballpark. They’re made from reclaimed ash wood from old and broken baseball bats.
Hard Graft updates their multi-use laptop bag. The 2Pack can be carried as a backpack, a messenger bag or as a folio. Made in their trademark Italian leather with wool accents. Available in 13″ or 15″.
These official DC Comics cufflinks put a tiny version of the classic 1960s Batmobile on each of your wrists. Perfect for those times when you’re throwing parties dressed up as your billionaire alter ego. Packaged in a handsome Bat-box.
To arrive at the design of its B-Rocket watches, B & R first designed a custom aviation-influenced Harley-Davidson motorcycle which served as inspiration for the watch faces. Seems like a roundabout route, but both look great.
Tsubo’s dressed-up take on the classic low-rise chukka. We love the detail of the woven leather along the bottom edge. Its air-injected outsole reduces weight for added comfort. Available in rich bourbon brown or deep navy blue.
BÖ handcrafts wooden ties out of reclaimed raw materials. It uses leftover wood from North American wood processing facilities for the tie, leftover leather from Israel for the strap and paper twine from Austria for the accent.
Collected Works Co.’s backpack is as durable as the original military duffle bags but is filled with pockets and compartments, so you don’t have to dump all of your stuff out just to find the item you’re looking for.