The latest version of Ministry of Supply’s dress shirt has a collar that won’t droop, splay or curl. The collar and cuffs have also been reinforced so they won’t get wrecked when washed. Its knit fabric is 19x more breathable than cotton, stretchable and needs no ironing.
Harajuku-based fashion label Beams rides on the comeback train of New York’s original athleisure brand Champion with this laid-back line of jersey sweatshirts, pants, shorts and tees.
Nike’s latest golf shirt marks the debut of its AeroReact fabric, which loosens as your body warms up and tightens when you cool down to keep you comfortable on the course. Available in white, black or orange.
The highlights of Canadian brand The Common Folk’s Fall Winter 2016 collection include everything. They’re all good. All of them. The Kimon collection features shirts, jackets, pants and overalls in traditional Japanese silhouettes with embroidered or heat pressed family crests.
The three stripes and the three sides are about to own summer with this dope collection. The line features ’90s sportswear and accessories such as a towel jacket, a reflective crewneck and a polo shirt straight from your uncle’s hamper. Drops 5/21/16.
Crafted Wool Co.’s coat is durable and timeless, and comes with a lifetime repair warranty for normal wear and tear. It has a slim fit and is made of 18oz 85% wool blend and vegetable ivory buttons. Available in black/red, white/black and blue/black.
Stay layered and on point this summer with Nonnative’s lightweight coat. The Trooper Blouson has side seam pockets, a chest pocket, an inner zipped pocket, hidden button placket, a straight front hem and curved rear hem.
Vans teamed up with Disney for one of its Fall 2015 releases. The collection consists of shirts, backpacks, shoes, socks and hats featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Winnie the Pooh. Drops 6/15.
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