Brain Dead

Logo T-Shirt

$45

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Brain Dead, child of L.A. cool dude Kyle Ng, is a blend of everything from West Coast skaters to graphic, almost abstract art. If you're new to the brand's mashed-up aesthetic, there's nothing better than this simplified logo tee. With its cool line of graphic tees typically selling out shortly after they hit shelves, it's better to cop sooner, rather than later, with this rising streetwear label.

Our Legacy

Classic Coat

$599

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Whether you're dressing up for the family's holiday feast, or trying to look dope for date night, it's hard to beat Cool Guy™ label Our Legacy. With a streamlined silhouette and an exterior that practically begs to be caressed, you can bet that after you wear this the only thing that will remain virginal is the coat's virgin wool outer.

Stone Island

Garment Dyed Crew Sweatshirt

$199

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Stone Island's technical innovations and quality have made it a favorite among everyone from European soccer hooligans to celebrities like Travis Scott and Drake. Utilizing its signature garment dying techniques, it's guaranteed that anything bearing the Italian brand's signature compass armband is guaranteed to have a unique, handworked quality. If you're new to the label, or are looking for your latest piece, you can't go wrong with this signature garment.

Topman

Black Stretch Skinny Jeans

$50

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We know that your jeans are some of the most regularly-worn items in your closet, but we also know that you don't want to spend a fortune to have a pair that can handle your day-to-day. Topman, pros at mixing quality and price, has one of the best skinny (but not *too* skinny) jeans on the market. Made of comfortable stretch fabric, and with a tapered leg and sturdy exterior, you can expect these to become your go-to black jeans the moment you slide them on.

Stussy Très Bien

Longsleeve T-Shirt

$70

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One of the world's most prestigious menswear meccas, Très Bien, has teamed with the world's OG streetwear label to create one of the best collaborations of the year. Blame it on the shop's Swedish roots, but the simple design of this longsleeve T-shirt has just the right amount of logo. If you're suffering from a lack of Stussy in your wardrobe, worry no more. Besides, with the exclusive nature of this collab, flexing rights are practically built right in.

Raf Simons

Washed-Denim Shirt

$510

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Belgian designer Raf Simons is one of the world's most prolific menswear designers, using his namesake label to churn out exciting conceptual menswear that's still supremely wearable. Copping something from Simons' line is basically like falling in love: You'll develop a crush experiencing the shirt's washed-out exterior, but you'll really go head over heels after all the flexing you'll do wearing that iconic "RS" logo on your chest.

Undercover

Burger Hoodie

$189

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You can cop a hoodie practically anywhere, but not every hoodie is host to Undercover's adorably fanged hamburger. Part of the Japanese label's Autumn/Winter 2015 "Burger Shop" capsule collection, it's a streamlined black hoodie that's ideal for wintertime layering...and for hiding your penchant for devouring leftovers this holiday season.

Acne Studios

Ash Cord Indigo

$280

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These definitely aren't your father's corduroys. Acne Studios, a brand that's equal parts simple and atypical, flips the script with a corduroy jean in a dark indigo. A traditional five-pocket design, relaxed straight leg silhouette, and tactile bull corduroy exterior make these as familiar as the collegiate classic, while adding just enough of a twist to make them miles more interesting than the college biology textbook moonlighting as a paper weight on your desk.

Arc'teryx Veilance

Monitor Down Coat

$1,350

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When it comes to outerwear, Arc'teryx Veilance is not one to mess around. Sure, you've probably owned a down-filled coat in your lifetime, but we doubt it was as weather-ready as this model. With a thigh-length body, taped seams, and utilizing waterproof Gore-Tex Pro, even the brand admits it's one of the warmest coats in their lineup.

Palace

Fatigue Trousers

$175

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Bruh, we know you missed out on those signature Tri-logo tees, especially now that Palace is one of the world's biggest streetwear brands. Southbank skater roots aside, the label has proven to be far more than a few graphic T-shirts, unleashing a deep product line that includes everything from cut-and-sew shirting to tailored trousers. These fatigue trousers, made of 100 percent ripstop cotton, are prime for comfortable skating or just hanging with the squad.

Levi's Vintage Clothing

1947 501 Jeans

$278

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All you denim historians out there already know 1947 was the year that modern jeans were born. For non-denim nerds? Just know that this particular style—a faithful recreation of Levi's models from 1947—is just another reminder of how good an investment a great pair of Levi's jeans really are. With their classic button-fly closure straight leg and selvedge hem, you can bet that these jeans are going to be just as relevant in your wardrobe as they were over 60 years ago.

John Elliott + Co.

Hooded Villain

$198

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John Elliott has gone from California upstart to major menswear label in a flash, and if dudes like Kanye West are sitting front row at his fashion show, it's clear that the hype is real. One of Elliott's signature pieces, the Villain hoodie, almost exclusively drove the rise of side-zip sweatshirts that's covered everything from fast-fashion stores to designer labels. But, like anything in life, it's always better to stick with the original.