October's Very Own

Rapper Drake and team have expanded beyond music and written words to create signature apparel—with Nordstrom as the first, exclusive retailer.

Been Trill

An art collective and DJ crew working in all mediums, from 3-D body scans to mix tapes to apparel design.

Hood By Air

Hood By Air founder Shayne Oliver mixes art and fashion, punk and hip-hop to create clothes that speak louder than words.

Mark McNairy

Nicknamed "McNasty", this infamously dour designer still has a sense of humor: How else would you explain camo stamped with daisies?

Patrik Ervell

Utilitarian yet elegant, this Berkeley poli-sci major's made-in-the-USA garments are the pinnacle of form and function.

Schott NYC

Invented by Irving Schott in 1928, the 'Perfecto' motorcycle jacket has inspired generations of rebels, from Marlon Brando to The Ramones.

Porter, Yoshida & Co.

Since 1935, all Porter, Yoshida & Co. bags have been handmade in Japan by the company's skilled craftsmen.


Born in the alleys of Los Angeles, this clothing brand is fueled by fast cars, neon lights and tacos.


Ahead of the curve and subversively self-deprecating, VFiles is a social network and streetwear retailer rolled into one.


Sourced in Japan and sewn in the USA, O'Harrow's impeccable dress shirts and pocket squares suit bankers and rockers alike.

Ebbets Field

Founder Jerry Cohen has been making vintage baseball jerseys, jackets and hats the old-fashioned way for over 25 years.


Founded by incisive designer Jean Touitou in 1987, French brand A.P.C. is aggressively minimal and highly wearable.


Fusing science and art, Oakley's decades of state-of-the-art research have yielded more than 600 patents in the realm of performance eyewear.

Deth Killers of Bushwick

This Brooklyn brand "kills death" by keeping motorcyclists safe with abrasion- and heat-resistant, 16%-Kevlar jeans (plus cool T-shirts).


Wireless sound and an innovatively secure, adjustable fit make these earbuds the favorite of U.S. triathletes.

Hall of Fame

This L.A. label turned the streetwear world on its head with caps featuring upside-down '90s-era logos from legendary NBA teams.


This French/Japanese design duo's obsession with pure lines and sharp details comes to limited-edition candles in masculine scents like Moss.


Garbstore forges "unfamiliar vintage" by re-imagining midcentury clothing with a modern edge and authentic minutia.


A product of 1980s Queens, visionary graffiti writer Craig Costello created Krink, a line of high-quality markers loved by artists and vandals alike.

Levi's Vintage Clothing

Reproducing the fits, fabrics and details of bygone eras, the brand mines its own 141-year-old archive for inspiration.

LPD New York

An underground Internet hit, LPD's T-shirts meld a sports aesthetic with fashion-industry all-stars. Whose team are you on?

Mitchell & Ness

Mitchell & Ness formed in Philadelphia in 1904, handcrafting tennis racquets and golf clubs. Today, it's a preeminent purveyor of licensed team apparel.

The North Face

Founded in 1960s Berkeley and field-tested atop treacherous peaks the world over, The North Face blazed a trail for outdoor culture.