Aether Apparel V-Neck $40
Even the guy who has it all needs to start with the basics. This classic V-neck tee is fashioned from irresistibly soft Supima--the Cadillac of the cotton family. Contrast chain-stitch details and a log clamp label at the hem take this highly functional base layer to elegant new heights.
Dada T-Shirt $44
Treat yourself or a special someone to a simple t-shirt made from high quality cotton that recognizes the early 20th century anti-art art movement championed by Marcel Duchamp and Tristan Tzara.
Collard Romper $78
Jammie's romper is magnificently comfortable, with its cozy velour vest and loose, butter-soft organic cotton pant legs. A touch of formality is added with a Peter Pan collar and front peats, keeping babies stylishly dapper while super snug.
Diamond Tie $195
Designed in New York and made of 100% Italian silk, this tie is emblazoned with a colorful double-faced jacquard pattern that will both brighten and smarten up any sartorial wardrobe.
Cloud Airshell $125
Sierra Designs' Cloud Airshell is created specifically to repel water for times when you can't avoid the rain. An optimal shell for cyclists, it takes up virtually no space and weighs next to nothing.
Nelly Sun Shade Cotton Lobster Hat $152
Keep your loved one protected from the sun with this lobster print visor, made by the family-run, century-strong milliners at Vienna's MÃ¼hlbauer workshop.
Hand-Dyed Indigo Shawl $194
Wrap up in this unique silk noil shawl from Upstate, a Brooklyn-based duo who create fantastic patterns using the traditional Japanese dying technique known as shibori. Hand-dyed with indigo, no two Upstate scarves are the same.
Vik Gloves $39
Don't let the streamlined design fool you, these gloves from Icelandic brand 66Â°North will keep your digits incredibly warm thanks to the Polartec and Power Stretch fabric. They're named after VÃk Ã MÃ½rdal, a beautiful village situated between a glacier and a volcano, as well as the wettest coastal town in Iceland.
Geometric Cat Isabella Pajama Shirt $275
The brainchild of two fashion mag mavens, Piamita pajamas are the epitome of effortless style. Whether you're lounging in first class or enjoying breakfast at home, their playful silk ensembles will keep you feeling fresh even as you take a moment to relax.
Curtis Kulig + Happy Socks
Love Me Socks $12
Happy Socks only get happier with a bit of love from LA-based artist Curtis Kulig, whose signature "Love Me" script creates a whimsical pattern and subdued display of emotion at your feet.
Henrik Vibskov + Fabrick
Patterned Slipper $63
A souped-up take on the classic hotel slipper, Henrik Vibskov's patterned footwear is for the nomadic lounger. Pack them in your bag with ease, or simply take it easy at home.
House of Billiam
Blue Dormeuil Waterproof Coach Jacket $446
Known for impeccably-crafted, bespoke varsity jackets, London's House of Billiams proves their widespread design talent with this waterproof Coach Jacketâ€”a whimsically sporty coat cut from Dormeuil's legendary suit fabric.
Wool Tartan Wrap Poncho $275
Straight from Scotland, this Royal Stewart tartan wrapâ€”essentially a strategically cut blanketâ€”will keep you stylishly toasty through the winter season.
Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish. $28
In the words of Steve Jobs, "Your time is limited, so donâ€™t waste it living someone else's life." This insanely soft tee pays tribute to the legendary designer, and purchasing one benefits Peletonia, a grass-roots cancer research nonprofit.
Snazarama Socks $13
Lazy Oaf's snazzy Snazarama Socks offer feet a little respite from the doldrums of standard solid white. The graphic pattern is like a little secret, poking out at the ankles between your brogues and selvedge denim.
A hit among kids, amusement park lovers and all-around quirky individuals, Cap-Sacs combine the utility of both a fannypack and a baseball cap. The new zany patterns, designed by Sweden's Oscar Pastarus, only add to the warm '90s vibes.