Menswear mavens Robert Godley and Robert Goldman launched Psycho Bunny, their line of luxe-but-twisted men’s clothing and accessories, with a batch of handmade silk ties emblazoned with a crazed skull-and-crossbones rabbit. It wasn’t long before the designing duo plastered their bunny on a cashmere scarf, striped socks, pure cotton rugby and polo shirts, and other men’s essentials. Subversive but sophisticated, Psycho Bunny's clothes come with all the hallmarks of quality: mother-of-pearl buttons, imported Italian fabric, and — naturally — a skull with rabbit ears. Don’t miss the brand’s comfy and casual board shorts and T-shirts, available in colors ranging from bubblegum pink to turquoise.
The summer essential, sorted for easy selection.
Graphic tees, hoodies, and more casual basics with a decidedly vintage feel.
Don’t call it a comeback. Originally conceived in 1973 by Bill St. John and recently reinvigorated by Partners & Spade, Boast has been capturing the attention of menswear aficionados everywhere. This sale exemplifies their irreverent country club style with a variety of bold colored polos, sweatpants, tees, and more. Featuring the signature Japanese maple leaf (though some may say its silhouette is more akin to that of a certain mood-altering plant), these shirts are as well suited for the tennis court as they are for the club room bar.
Tailored shirts with a cheeky twist.