TED and design curator Paola Antonelli share a brief look into the history of the hoodie. In its earliest forms, hooded cloaks or capes were worn by everyone from monks to executioners. But the modern day hoodie has had quite the cultural journey as well.
Vollebak’s Planet Earth hoodie is made from Australian merino wool and fleece. These materials keep you warm in the cold and cool in the heat. The hoodie is also stretchable and is naturally odor-repellent. Its hood and separate collar can be worn in four different ways.
Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park and its movie adaptation are both ’90s babies. ThinkGeek swathes the franchise in its decade’s rad graphics in this officially licensed retro hoodie. It has the Jurassic Park logo on the chest and prints on the sleeves and hood lining.
Danish sportswear brand Hummel dug through its archive to create a joyful collection of athleisure gear that screams ’90s. The polyester jackets and pants have swaths of yellow, orange and purple, while the cotton collared jersey has white, pink and yellow stripes.
The Adaptive Jacket combines the casual silhouette of hoodies and the technical features of weatherproof jackets. It’s light, stretchy and waterproof. It also has a membrane that keeps you comfy no matter the weather and has bonded and taped seams for a sleek look.
Snowpiercer. Designer Greg Lauren brought an edge to luxury brand Moncler’s clean and shiny apparel by replacing all or part of them with his brand’s washed and weathered clothing and fabric. Lauren called his approach “destroyed elegance and imperfect perfection.”
Maharishi continues its peaceful military style with its spring/summer 2017 collection. The Tiger Stripe Murale features various apparel adorned with eye-catching camo. Some are reversible, but the highlight of the drop is the fishtail parka with reflective 3M fabric.