"Love Thy Neighbor, but for heaven's sake, do not dress like him," jokes Dres Ladro, the noncomformist founder and creative force behind the sporty menswear label Descendant of Thieves. Ladro would rather you fellows dress like he does: in Descendant of Thieves creations like the blue highwayman shirt (a button-down oxford with contrast stitching), the two-tone preppy slub polo, grosgrain belts in eye-popping teal, or the lightweight "exploded" plaid woven shirt. Based in Berlin, Ladro — the name, a nom de plume, is the Italian word for “thief” — only wears clothing that he designs and constructs himself. Every Descendant of Thieves shirt features “quiet detailing” such as stitch-through collars, slightly angled pockets, yellow taping under hems and cuffs, and — for a fun twist — hidden messages. Ladro limits each design to less than 558 units, making your Thieves threads nearly one-of-a-kind.