Henry Pajama Shirt
With Sleepy Jones’ Henry Pajama shirt, there’s no need to change before heading out to grab a morning cup of coffee. The comfy lounge shirt is cut from a fine cotton fabric and comes with contrast piping, French seams, button cuffs and a chest pocket...
Wood Grain Bomber Jacket
Melbourne-based label Verner jazzes up the classic bomber with its gray marl jacket. With an all-over wood grain pattern and a tongue-in-cheek take on its own name—with "This is veneer" printed along the cuffs, hem and neckline—it's a playful take...
Your days will be full of positive vibes when you sport this rainbow-colored, screen-printed "YES" T-shirt from Mercy-Merci. Made from 180 GSM 100% cotton, the boxy fit is made for all shapes and genders and comes in M, L, XL and XXL. Perfect for a...
CB2 + The Hill-Side Home Goods Collection
Slip on one of The Hill-Side’s striped selvedge shirts or jacquard camo neckties and it’s not difficult to imagine yourself basking in an apartment outfitted with the same fashion-forward fabrics. Thanks to a new collaboration between the brand and...
Inspired by the bright lights of New York City, Jimmy Lion's socks feature vibrant patterns alongside illustrations of the natural world. Their "Storm" socks are made in Portugal and are adorned with showers of pixelated lighting—perfect for energizing...
Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Indigo Enthusiasts
Cool Hunting's co-founders have long been indigo experts and enthusiasts, and their obsession has proven to be contagious—with the entire editorial staff sharing the passion. The lush, inky hue isn't just heavenly to gaze upon; the process, textures...
Indigo Stole Shirt
Snow Peak’s Indigo Stole button-down shirt is cut from an indigo-dyed, cotton-linen blend fabric and features patterning that’s bold—but not too busy. Made in Okayama, Japan—a region famous for its denim production—the unisex shirt incorporates Snow...
Indigo Cable Socks
Tokyo-based brand Anonymous Ism is famous for their unending quest to craft the perfect pair of socks. Their indigo cable-knit socks mix classic patterns with super-saturated indigo for an understated take on a timeless design. Cut from a cotton/polyester...
Twill Stand Collar Shirt
Named for its love of all things indigo, Blue Blue Japan excels at designing simple, quality garments that have been enriched by the deep, dark hue. Their Twill Stand Collar shirt features mother of pearl buttons, a band collar and is a slim fit made...
Bang Bang Bang T-Shirt
"Wear what you care about." Each Prinkshop piece has a purpose, from supporting Planned Parenthood to empowering those suffering from addiction. The "Ban(g) Ban(g) Ban(g)" T-shirt ($35) benefits Everytown, an organization that's committed to ending...
Heavy Loopwheeled Indigo Hoodie
Made from one of the most time-consuming fabrics to produce—loopwheeled cotton—this heavyweight, indigo-dyed hoodie by The Strike Gold will break in and fade over time just like your favorite pair of raw denim jeans. Its fabric has been woven tighter...
Teaming up with “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon, J Crew has released a quirky new accessory called the Pocket Dial—and all proceeds go to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which protects Africa's elephants. Combining practicality with a little...
The Year of Indigo Bandana
Dedicated to the centuries-old practice of Sukumo indigo-dyeing, this bandana by Japan-based brand Buaisou depicts the very process by which it’s made. Each of the 100% cotton bandanas are hand-sewn and hand-dyed by Bouaisou, who promises ethical farming...
Olderbrother's AW15 Collection: "Enthusiasm and Naps"
by Adrienne So Olderbrother, the new clothing line started by Portland, Oregon-based designer Bobby Bonaparte and LA-based Max Kingery, has a whimsical, minimalist aesthetic that is partly influenced by the duo's fascination with Japanese design...
Kapital’s love for eccentric Japanese style is more apparent than ever in their “Chag-A-Lug” bandana. They’ve dug into the history books for inspiration and came back with a risqué idea to depict the practice of “night crawling”—where young lovers...
Inspired by the unique genre of Japanese “pink films,” Floor du Mal has updated one of Japan’s most traditional outfits for super-comfy lounging. Their 100% silk Haori Kimono bears peachy chrysanthemum flowers amidst a rich teal background, and features...
Gorman + Camille Walala Collaboration
Talented East London-based artist (and CH favorite) Camille Walala has just teamed up with another brand, for yet another colorful and spirited collaboration. This time, Walala has joined forces with Australian clothing label, Gorman—founded in...
For those avoiding the "Sexy Potato" costumes or fake blood but still want to get into the Halloween spirit, Lazy Oaf's Casper collection is full of sweet yet spooky options. Our pick is the fluffy, powder pink sweater—which features the adorable ghost...
Danish type foundry Playtype takes their unique, custom-made typefaces beyond just computer screens and stationery. They're silently permeating the physical world with bold statements through personalized lightboxes, laptop sleeves and even skateboards...
Touch Me and Die Sweater
At first glance, MadeMe's cropped, striped turtleneck is super-cute, but don't be fooled—the patch reads "Touch Me and Die." Made from a cotton and viscose blend, the sweater channels the '90s, Mondays and most women's sentiments perfectly.
Eight Unexpected Ways to Wear Camo
Whether it's an abstract take on the classic pattern or a bright colorway, flashy fabric or unexpected texture, there are plenty of non-traditional ways to wear camouflage—for all genders. Inspired by nature and adopted by military uniforms, camouflage...
Cincinnati-based artist and designer Andrew Neyer creates a witty, self-explanatory Sweatshirt™. Tell it like it is in six different colors.
Pauline van Dongen
Wearable technology is so more than just watches and wristbands—and Pauline van Dongen is seeing to that. In fact, the Dutch designer goes so far as employing photovoltaic sciences and solar energy in the materials of her future-forward clothing, all...
Wearable "Artist Statements"
Ohio-born contemporary artist Jenny Holzer started out in abstract painting but later moved into conceptual art—using words as her medium of choice. She finds her inspiration from past historical events and current political relations, which encourage...
Annie Larson + Print All Over Me
Brooklyn-based Annie Larson's ALL Knitwear line has become much-loved for its high-contrast colors and chaos of patterns. Each sweater is made to order by Larson herself, on her knitting machine. For those who can't wait until fall or winter to...