My Prize Possession: Nick Wooster

"Outside of white button down oxford cloth shirts, Trickers brogues, 501s and Ray Ban Aviators, the single item of clothing that I have had in my closet consistently since 1982 is a pair of black and white checked Vans. They are the lazy man’s shoe—perfect for dog walking and security lines at the airport. And they are probably one of the most versatile and iconic items a guy can own. Think about what they do to a pair of chinos. I have worn them with black tie [many years ago], a khaki or gray suit, and since I hate flip flops, they are my go-to footwear choice at the beach. This pair is a limited edition I bought at Undefeated in Los Angeles—they are woven leather. But I keep a canvas pair at the beach.”

Somebody Put This Into Production: Wooster Epidermals
It’s that time again. Check out our second round of street style inventions we expect to see this New York Fashion Week.

Wooster EpidermalsTo harness the power of a lion, the ancients suggested dancing in the animal’s skin. These heat-tech-equipped thermals are embroidered with the tattoos of street style god Nick Wooster—no skinning necessary.
Somebody Put This Into Production: Wooster Epidermals

It’s that time again. Check out our second round of street style inventions we expect to see this New York Fashion Week.

Wooster Epidermals
To harness the power of a lion, the ancients suggested dancing in the animal’s skin. These heat-tech-equipped thermals are embroidered with the tattoos of street style god Nick Wooster—no skinning necessary.