Nothing is more timeless than a polo. Created in 1972 by Ralph Lauren, the shirt was inspired by its namesake sport. Its signature mother-of-pearl buttons, rib-knit collar and armbands, and iconic logo create a look versatile enough to be welcome in both the boardroom and the boardwalk — a trait that has kept it a wardrobe staple for over three decades. While still maintaining its original design, over time the shirt has evolved into both a classic or a custom slim fit and five different fabric options. You can even customize your own. Give it a personal touch with a stitched monogram or add your own embroidered logo.
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Ministry of Supply is changing the outerwear game with its Mercury Intelligent Heated Jacket. Beneath its weatherproof exterior is a lining fitted with carbon-fiber heating pads. Although this alone is an impressive feature, it's also equipped with a custom machine-learning system. Much like a thermostat, this tech will collect things like external temperature, your own body heat, and motion data. It'll then pair this information up with your personal preferences, controlled by an app, to keep you perfectly warm at all times. The fact that it's all housed in a sleek urban shell is just an added bonus. Only 48 hours left to back the project.
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