Tired of making clothing under other people’s names — for examples, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren — fashion designer Nicholas Kunz sought advice from a psychic, who told her that owning her own label was predestined. In 2003 Kunz joined forces with her brother Christopher and launched Nicholas K: a line of high-end men’s and women’s clothing distinguished by lots of zippers, drawstrings, toggles, grommets, and other details. From the military-ish yet softly draping Booker jacket in olive green to striped cotton dress shirts, front-zip cardigans and khaki parkas, Nicholas D’s casual chic is difficult to resist.
Pile on these versatile hoodies, henleys, and more for a cool look that'll keep you warm.
Go-to jeans in every wash to pair with your other off-duty essentials
Downtown twists on classic menswear silhouettes.
Camouflage might have been developed to help soldiers blend into deserts and jungles, but we don't know of a print that's more ubiquitous right now. Rather than serving to help you blend into the crowd, these camo pieces from Marc by Marc Jacobs, Alternative Apparel, Naked & Famous, and others, ranging from pants to jackets to bags, are now the most stylish way to stand out.