Cools.com is a marketplace that aims to connect “modern brands to modern people,” via a team of editors who highlight brands with great product and great stories. It’s a bit like Etsy for contemporary fashion, giving you the ability to shop directly while tracking the names you discover along the way. Paired with unique editorial content, Cools speaks directly to those who appreciate craft, quality and originality. Here are some of our favorite designer items you should check out before they’re gone. Dave Jacket, $699: The classic baseball jacket in a desirable all-black look from a brand your homies aren’t also wearing.
Aspesi Pique Oxford Shirt, $257: This Italian luxury brand, which has been around since 1969, will add instant class to your wardrobe.
Jentsch Man We Meet Tee, $70: The Hentsch Man brand has a handful of bold statement tees, but this is one of our favorites. Wear it the next time you’re ready to bump into a new friend.
Tigersushi Marine Pullover, $89.70: A bit nautical feeling, but like you just came off a rough bout at sea.
Fanmail French Terry Short-Sleeve Sweat, $135: This kind of boxy-fit casual wear has been a staple of Kanye West’s wardrobe. Now you can wear it without a giant “YEEZUS” billboard across your chest.
Victory Journal, The Main Event Issue #7, $16: It’s not just about what you wear, its also what you read. Victory Journal is the only indie sports mag with a tilt toward creative culture, celebrating not just the latest news in sports, but the stories that stay with us.
AMH City Series Paris Sweatshirt, $65.50:Part of a series with various crests in cotton hues, this is a fun, graphical spin on what should be a core piece of any man’s fall wardrobe: the cotton sweatshirt.
Exhibition A, “The Snowman” by Kai Regan, $200: Match the clothes to your home style with this portrait print of the late, legendary artist Dash Show, part of a limited-edition series curated by the online gallery Exhibition A.
Faulkner London Islington Shirt, $136.50: Standby chambray with cool button detailing made from the Corozo nut, plus an oversized pocket. Gotta love the hidden button-down collar.
Twins for Peace Alex Leather Sneaker, $200: Clearly inspired by the classic Stan Smith, this updated sneaker replaces the green heel patch with a vibrant red.
Brownie & Blondie Bi Fancy Pa-Green socks, $38: A collab with Manufacture Perrin, the sock has cotton on the leg and microfiber on the sole to give you extreme comfort and style.
Cuisse De Grenouille classic board shorts, $126: This simple board short in a French cut is bit shorter than its American counterparts. They include side slot pockets and a cord loop for stashing your sunglasses.