If you’ve been browsing summer vibes Tik Tok or Insta recently, you might’ve encountered the notion that flip flops, as acceptable beach footwear, are over. To help you through this trying time, we’ve put together a list of must-have alternatives for summer 2021.
Rolex is, well, Rolex. They don’t need to change for anybody. And yet, the brand’s latest drop of bright colored dials in their latest Oyster Perpetuals has us thirsting for ’em, hard.
Sustainable production meets charitable giving meets effortlessly chic style in the new upstart brand that is Studio Amelia. Hailing from down under, this is one new label you can’t go on without knowing about.
The Wasted Collective produces innovative sustainable fashion without having to compromise your style or comfort. Read more to find out about this can’t miss new launch by Ronald Akili.
Don’t you wish you had a personal concierge for luxury thrifting? With Dora Maar, that’s *almost* what you get. Read more about their approach to luxury consignment here, only on DRL.
Pangaia’s a brand we all know and love over at DRL, but their latest capsule collection, “Mother Earth,” takes that love to a whole new level: obsession. See why we’re so here for it and where you can cop some yourself.
Got $300k+ cash and some patience? Man do we have the (currently on a waitlist) thing for you. Introducing Truckhouse, the most badass overland touring vehicle we’ve ever laid eyes on.
Today’s fashion trends are a blast from the past that you never expected to see again, but why? What is the appeal now? A simple answer is the desire to stand out. Click through to see how Gen Z does it in 2021.
With the sleek look of a dress shoe and the durability of a boat shoe, Loro Piana Summer Walk moccasins are a great way to step out on style.
Natural remedies with ingredients you can pronounce? Sustainable packaging and a company commitment to being carbon neutral? If all that sounds too goo to be true, it’s not. Introducing: Hilma.
We love a good leather bag, and Parker Clay does them like no one else. With sustainability and socioeconomic fairness in mind, this is one brand with a mission you’ve just gotta support.
Sisters Temidra + Tanya Willock have the coolest home decor brand in the Hamptons. Check out how they do it!
Is athleisure over? Maybe. Are new jeans a necessity post-pandemic? For sure. And for us, they’ve gotta be Everlane.
Thinking you might have to return to the office this year? Scared of trying on your pre-pandemic pants? Get the Commuter Pants from Rhone, and get back to snacking.
Sustainability meets haute horology in the Baume Ocean from Baume Et Mercier. See what’s truly ecologically friendly about this magnificent new timepiece, where to get it, and more.
Noah is a must-know brand for the eco-conscious streetwear consumer in 2021. From ethical sourcing to charitable giving, this brand does a lot for the planet, without compromise on quality. More importantly: everything they do just…hits.
Always on the bleeding edge of fashion and capsule collabs, we’re psyched to put you on to the Stella McCartney x Nara collab. Learn more and shop now, before it’s all just, well, gone.
From being just a socks company to becoming a full-on athleisure powerhouse aiming for total carbon neutrality, Feat is one brand we’ve just gotta tell you about.
The recent presentations by Fendi and Dior were, frankly, genius. The collections were astounding, but it’s the way in which the houses innovated in presentation that made them truly, truly noteworthy for it.
Comfy WFH vibes, but make it sustainable, eco-friendly and, for good measure, gorgeous. Tall ask? Not for Pangaia. Click through to read our coverage on the comfiest way to save the planet.