Radiobelly "Chances With Wolves Tee" $15
An ultra soft retro-styled tee featuring the DJ crew from our favorite East Village Radio show.
Jotun Flannel Reversible Jacket $150
The Helly Hansen Jotun flannel works effective double duty for the minimalist man. The reversible piece skews the notion of layering by offering one side as a brightly-hued flannel shirt and one side as a water-resistant monotone jacket.
Skulls and Bolts T-Shirt $24
James Victore protégé Chris Thompson likes to draw skulls on just about everything—and the upshot is a perfected take on the classic design motif. His Skulls and Bolts t-shirt is as badass as it if playful, and comes in sizes fit for men or women.
Hooray for Boobies! Socks $25
Subtle but effective, Soxfords' "Hooray for Boobies!" mid-calf socks add a dash of daring style while helping raise money for breast cancer research. For each pair of the dark grey Peruvian Pima cotton socks sold, $5 will be donated to support Breast Cancer Awareness efforts.
Hands Baggu $9
Baggu's ingenious design makes for the most functional and stylish eco-bag out there. Joining their line of of reusable shopping bags this season is a new "hands" print, which with peace signs and shaka signs, spreads the good vibes while on the move.
Arch Brass Hoop Earrings $170
Erin Considine's signature Arch Brass Hoop Earrings convey strength and beauty in an unconventional, architectural silhouette. The weathered brass and wire hoops feel simultaneously minimalist and dramatic.
HAiK + Kaibosh
Two-Way Sunglasses $248
Led by design above all else, eyewear label Kaibosh was founded by Helge Flo and Michelle Rowley to make buying glasses more fun. Their collaborative "Twoway" sunglasses with Norwegian fashion label HAiK can be reversed thanks to a special 180°-turning hinge, for those who want to travel light or just get as much wear as possible out of one pair of sunglasses.
Bata Tennis Shoe $60
Generations of Indian school kids have had the shoes comprising their traditional phys-ed uniform co-opted for street style. The Bata Tennis is a classic, 100% cotton kick with green pinstripes around a thick sole with simple white laces.
Wrapped Double Curve Necklace $200
There's something simultaneously delicate, sweet and sturdy about Pigeon Toe's Double Curve Necklace. Two swooped tubes of porcelain are wrapped with yarn and clamped with a brass rivet. The leather cord comes in mint, but you can choose the color combination for the yarn.
"Can't Touch This" Temporary Tattoo $5
For no other purpose than fun, Tattly applies superior design to temporary tattoos. Arm yourself with this bold-font declaration—designed by Paper Jam Press founder Arianna Orland—to let them know you're too legit.
Speedometer Official Bezel Bracelet $214
Inspired by the bezels found on Rolex's iconic Oyster Perpetual series of watches, Speedmaster Official's unisex bracelets are made in Italy from marine-grade stainless steel in a range of colors.
Right Hand Charm Bracelet $245
A cheeky take on a classic charm bracelet lends a sinister elegance to costume designer Gillian Steinhardt's Right Hand Charm Bracelet. Or perhaps it's just a nod to the idea of an old reliable, but either way, the piece will start more conversations than a pile of icy diamonds.
Maslin & Co
Zebra Towel $225
Ditch the threadbare Technicolor rags lying around the linen closet and invest in a sophisticated zebra hide beach towel from Maslin & Co. Complete with its own leather carrying strap, this is an accessory to show fellow beachgoers you mean business with your seaside spread.
Bamboo Boxer Company
Bamboo Boxers $25
We salute these shorts—for those who may want a reprieve from the serious world of neutral-hued boxer briefs, these provide a loud and proud answer. Full-fitting in full-on patterns, Bamboo Boxers are made in Hawaii, and are "made with Aloha," an idea that shines through in prints ranging from Kona Burgundy to Waikiki Beach Blue.
Wool Dryer Balls $36+
Herbalist Brooke Petry throws a great deal of charm and passion into the unlikely trade of making all-natural woolen dryer balls. The idea behind the balls is to replace the chemical effect of dryer sheets with a reusable alternative. Devotees swear by their power to soften clothes, remove static and reduce drying time for energy efficiency.
Danh Vō Baggu Tote $40
Vietnam-born Danish artist Danh Vō is known for his conceptually driven sculptures. Often incorporating political or historical references, Vo’s work—like this limited edition Baggu tote for Marian Goodman Gallery—speaks to his exploration of the power of symbols through the subtle application of an American flag.