With frames made from recycled material, Karun x Bureo Recycled Fishing Net Sunglasses are the rare pair of shades you can wear to the beach while helping to keep it clean. Called Net Positiva, Bureo's signature material is made from 100% recycled/recyclable nylon fishing net, which accounts for up to 10% of the plastic in the ocean. The frames are made in Italy using the Earth-friendly plastic, and are paired with premium Carl Zeiss Polarized lenses by Karun in Chile.
Use your backpack long enough — for anything from carrying your laptop and notebook to clothing and sundry essentials — and it's bound to develop some rips and holes. With the Herschel Sealtech Lawson Backpack, that's not a problem. Its innovative lightweight ripstop nylon fabric has special properties that let it tighten when introduced to body heat, allowing you to seal any small holes or tears by simply rubbing your fingers over the puncture. It also has a laptop sleeve, waterproof zippers with leather pulls, and a zippered front pocket.
1964 Cassius Clay Time Magazine ($75).
Everlast USA Boxing Gloves (4) ($94).
Vintage Leather Medicine Ball ($395).
Aimé Leon Dore Tech Jacket ($320).
Club Monaco Williams Tee ($40).
Reigning Champ Heavyweight Sweatpants ($116).
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Chicago" ($500).
Beats Pill+ Speaker ($230).
Lonsdale Hand Tape ($8).
Created to celebrate the introduction of the Chiron, the Parmigiani Fleurier x Bugatti Concept Watch holds itself to a similarly high standard of engineering and innovation. Its unique design is meant to recall a car's engine, with a single tube containing nearly all the functions of the watch, including the winding tube, gear train, power reserve, and tourbillon, all in separate compartments. The time is then displayed in the traditional manner on a flat pane that serves only to move the hands, with power transferred by a worm screw. It's still a concept at the moment, so future Bugatti owners can only hope it's available by the time their new rides are delivered.
Aimé Leon Dore Wool Pants ($250).
Gucci Lightweight Wool Overcoat ($2,100).
Alex Mill French Stripe Sweater ($195).
Oliver Peoples Andy Warhol Glasses ($370).
Common Projects Original Achilles Sneakers ($410).
LSTN Bluetooth Speaker ($100).
Tanner Goods Journeyman Wallet ($349).
Soulland Villy Beanie ($26).
Daniel Wellington Rose Gold Watch ($299).
Nourished Journal - Issue 3 ($21).
Izola Brass Comb ($30).
The weather is often unpredictable, and getting caught in the rain during your commute without an umbrella is never fun. This London Undercover Constellation Umbrella is made using a single piece of polished maple and features a continuous handle and shaft, a silver Ferrule tip, and a canopy made using Navy exterior fabric. With a heavy-duty framework, it's built to last and even displays the celestial coordinates of the Northern Hemisphere on the canopy's inner pattern.
Drawing on technology developed for their Magista soccer cleat, the Nike LunarEpic Flyknit is the company's most advanced running shoe yet. It uses a one-piece Nike Flyknit upper and a mid-height collar to let the foot, ankle, and lower leg work together as a single unit. Different knit densities and Flywire cables help provide support and a lockdown fit, and the midsole — made from two different heat-fused foams — provides outstanding cushioning while laser siping on the side allows for flexibility. Finally, the rubber-free outsole extends the Lunarlon foam all the way to the ground in the form of "pistons" that sport laser-siped geometric patterns and move individually to maximize traction, cushioning, and energy return. Available in a rainbow of eye-catching colorways.
Imogene + Willie Jack Utility Coat ($275).
Penfield Heyden Quilted Shirt ($75).
Nanamica Pant ($360).
Best Made Hudson Bay Axe ($275).
Tanner Goods Pendelton Saddle Blanket ($200).
Vans Old Skool Sneakers ($50).
Zippo Flex Neck Utility Lighter ($14).
Norwegian Wood Book ($17).
Frye Evan Hiker Boot ($368).
Frye Tyler Duffle Bag ($558).
Frye Oliver Bifold Wallet ($98).
Crescent Down Works Italian Vest ($260).
Raleigh Denim Jones Selvage Jeans ($285).
Ebbets Field Brooklyn Sweatshirt ($85).
Ebbets Brooklyn Bushwicks 1949 Ballcap ($44).
Ebbets Wool Care Brush ($15).
Warby Parker Lowry Sunglasses ($95).
Brooklyn Dodgers Throwback Pennant ($20).
Jacob Bromwell Great American Flask ($200).
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At first glance, it doesn't look like a smart watch. And that's the entire point. Like the Stop the Time Watch before it, the Calendar Watch uses its connection to your phone to enable a single time-saving feature without losing its mechanical heritage. In this case, that feature is the ability to display your daily calendar, using an E-paper display that serves and the dial and a vibration motor for alerting you to your next meeting. The rechargeable battery lasts for weeks, the hands and dial are protected by domed sapphire glass, and the interchangeable lugs and bands let you customize the watch to suit your tastes.
Inspired by the characters and stories of the films, Nixon Star Wars Watches are a more subtle way to show your fandom than your typical tee or tie. Available in a wide variety of sizes and styles, each timepiece has details specific to its inspiration, like exposed wires that serve as hour markers on the C-3PO Sentry, or the Time Teller's pillowed leather band that recalls Vader's gloves. All of the watches are powered by accurate Miyota Japanese quartz or custom digital movements and feature special engraving on the case back, including the Star Wars logo, either the portrait of a character or some other insignia, the model name, and a brief quote from the films.
Rag & Bone Standard Issue Chino ($210).
Rag & Bone Standard Issue High Top ($225).
Rag & Bone Standard Issue Shirt ($195).
Rag & Bone Lenox Backpack ($995).
Rag & Bone Avery Cardigan ($275).
Rag & Bone Standard Issue Beanie ($85).
Rag & Bone Lenox Pouch ($425).
Conveyor Magazine Dark Matter Issue ($20).
Barton Perreira Sunglasses ($395).
B&O Play Headphones ($450).
Presented by Rag & Bone.
The team at Zelos Watches have quickly carved out a nice following amongst consumers who care about minimalist design and high quality craftsmanship. And now, they're taking the already successful Chroma line up a notch with three limited edition releases. Choose from Bronze, which will patina beautifully with regular wear, Carbon Fiber, which is lightweight and versatile, and Damascus Steel, a material used to make high quality knives and boasts an appealing woodgrain pattern. Each watch also features Miyota 821A automatic movement and a new luminous paint on the hands and indices for easier viewing. But procrastinating is not recommended, as 100 or less of each watch was produced.
Presented by Zelos.
Get all the comfort of your favorite lounge pants and all the style of high-end denim with Mott & Bow Wooster Jeans. Made from Dynamic Stretch fabric that has cotton woven around polyester and elastane, they have the rugged appearance of classic denim, but offer stretchiness and comfort that are perfect for an active lifestyle. Available in two washes, you're assured a great fit thanks to Mott & Bow's free home try-ons.
Presented by Mott & Bow.
A backpack that's equipped for your everyday routine is hard to find. And when you do find one, it rarely looks like something you want to be seen toting around. The Octovo Backpack is sophisticated and practical at the same time, with a secure small zip pocket for phone, keys, or wallet that is located on the side for easy access while you wear it. You also get a small pocket in front and a 15" interior pocket for your laptop. It's also water resistant and is available in charcoal, blue or smoke. Fold over or roll the top and close with a side release buckle and head out with a pack that looks great and protects your everyday essentials.
Presented by Octovo.
Reigning Champ x Asics Tiger Gel Lyte III Sneakers ($130).
Aimé Leon Dore Sherpa Trim Bomber ($490).
Saturdays NYC Crosby Shirt ($120).
Visvim Knit Beanie ($155).
Levi's Vintage Clothing Jeans ($198).
Surfer Magazine ($15).
Bushnell Marine Waterproof Binocular ($109).
Salt Optics Pickford Sunglasses ($415).
Head Porter Playing Cards ($8).
Head Porter Tanker Standard Day Pack ($146).
Makr Round Wallet ($110).
An updated take on the classic silhouette, the Todd Snyder x PF Flyers Rambler Hi Sneaker pairs well with a wide assortment of ensembles. The Cheveux leather upper comes in black or white, with a debossed ankle patch, and perforations down the side and on the tongue to add visual interest while increasing ventilation. A light gum rubber midsole provides contrast with the monotone upper, the cushion insole is complemented by pigskin lining, and the rear features Todd Snyder's signature logo loop. Good for everything from a business meeting to a lazy day grocery run.
Presented by PF Flyers.
It's difficult to make any changes to iconic glasses like the Clubmaster from Ray-Ban. But the Clubmaster Wood is an iteration we can get behind. The frames are treated and then lined so they remain comfortable and flexible. The full rim wooden frames are available in walnut, maple, or cherry versions — each one providing an updated yet classic look from one of the best sunglass manufacturers on the planet.
Balmain Biker Jacket ($6,425).
Todd Snyder Classic Zip Hoodie ($198).
RRL Twill Chinos ($240).
RRL Knitted Beanie ($85).
Killspencer iPad Mini Case ($129).
Common Projects Original Achilles Mid ($435).
Mido Automatic Chronograph Watch ($1,400).
Izola DOPP Kit ($45).
If you're going to spend some cash for a great pair of boots, they should look as nice with your work attire as they do for a relaxed weekend. The Carter boots from Jack Erwin are versatile enough to call your everyday boots. Borrowing from the look of a classic combat boot, it's designed for your daily grind. Each pair is Goodyear welted with a full grain leather upper, natural calf lining and a rubber heel piece for grip and durability. Add in a double leather sole for insulation and a really cool wingtip shape, and you've got a pair of boots primed for just about any occasion.
Presented by Jack Erwin.
Inspired by the dive watches of the '50s, the Filson Dutch Harbor Watch blends timeless design with fierce practicality. Inside its brushed stainless steel or PVD-coated 43mm case is a Shinola Argonite 715 quartz movement keeping accurate time, paired with a unidirectional bezel to make sure you know how long you've been under. Speaking of which, it's water resistant up to 990 feet, and has a straightforward dial with a date window at 6 o'clock and Swiss Super LumiNova accents on the index and hands. Available in a variety of colors, it comes with either a leather, nylon, or stainless steel bracelet, and is assembled by hand in Detroit.
Penfield Rochester Jacket ($155).
Penfield Honaw Sweatshirt ($85).
Penfield Evanston T-shirt ($55).
Danner Jag Jet Black Boot ($150).
Raleigh Denim Nash Jeans ($285).
Billy Reid Knife Case ($325).
Vintage Camping Lantern ($85).
Ray-Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses ($150).
Sriracha2Go 3-Pack ($17).
Camp Chef Skillet ($25).
Presented by Penfield.
No one knows whether George Mallory reached the summit of Everest before the peak claimed his life in 1924. But we do have a good idea of what his shoes looked like. The Viberg Mallory Boot is a careful recreation of the mountaineer's climbing boots found with his remains some 75 years after his disappearance. Built on a vintage last, they have a brown waxed leather upper, melton wool tongue, felt midsole, and plenty of rugged hobnails. Down to the hand stitched leather patches placed where Mallory's own boots had worn through, they're faithful to the original, and are likewise not available for purchase.
Plenty of watches have sapphire backs that let you see their inner workings. The Hublot Big Bang Unico Sapphire Watch goes a step further, building the middle, bezel, and back of the case out of the hard, scratch resistant material. Continuing the transparent theme, the skeleton dial is made from transparent resin, while the screws, crown, and buckle are made of titanium, all the better to show off the Unico HUB1242 movement. Finished with a transparent strap and limited to just 500 pieces.
Relaxing around the house calls for a certain mix of attire. Comfortable pants (with pockets — let's not be savages here), a soft tee, and footwear that strikes the right balance of casual and classy. Like the Lanona Fireside Moc Slipper, for example. It uses a classic houseslipper silhouette, but plusses it with a Horween Color #8 Chromexcel upper, an outsole made from Rough-out Chromexcel, a double-padded insole, and a maple cow liner for additional comfort, and what one can only assume is added resistance against unpleasant odors.
1950's Eames Parchment Chair ($1,275).
Tanner Goods Hardwood Wall Frame ($100).
Wilson & Willy's Laptop Pack ($250).
Paul Smith's Lounge Trousers ($110).
Alexander Wang T-shirt ($95).
Victor Athletics Sweatshirt ($70).
Adidas Originals Samoa Shoes ($65).
B & O BeoPlay A2 Speaker ($399).
Garrett Leight California Optical Glasses ($285).
A well-made suit is a daily staple for many of us. And like the weather outside, our suiting needs change throughout the year. Perfect for summer, the Taylor Stitch Telegraph Suit aims to be your go-to in warmer weather. It's hand tailored in Portugal from Italian milled wool-linen chambray that's both lightweight and breathable, finished with chambray lining. Since we tend to be more active when it's warm out, the suit also offers just the right amount of stretch, making it perfect for fidgeting your way through a boring presentation or hitting the dance floor at a midsummer wedding reception.
Presented by Taylor Stitch.
Best Made Co. Down Pullover ($248).
Norse Projects Niels Basic Tee ($55).
Raleigh Denim Martin Jeans ($285).
Ray-Ban Meteor Sunglasses ($145).
Nike Archive 83.M Sneakers ($110).
Hestra Sheepskin Glove ($180).
Made Quarterly ($25).
Makr Phone Sleeve ($105).