Of the brands that dominated the late-80s/early-90s fashion scene, some big names never stopped kicking, some have been reborn, and others have taken an epic, Coed Naked Freefall from grace. From the unfazed category, Stussy's Spring Collection. An impressive 28 years after umlauting his first tee, Laguna Beach surfboard shaper Shawn Stussy's streetwear empire is still bringin' it, unveiling a fresh vernal equinox range of shirts, pants, jackets, and hats rocking materials (micro-nylon, satin, yarn-dyed cotton) upgraded far beyond the Stussy you paired with your pegged Wranglers. The heat starts with shirts like yarn-dyed cotton Zap Plaid button-ups in blue and green, a faded blue cotton oxford with a bullseye-esque white logo through the chest, and a shortsleeve button-up in an all-over comic book-esque print resembling Curious George's Man in the Yellow Hat getting his ass beat in an episode of Batman. They've also got knit cotton zip hoodies in black w/ comic-graphic-lined hoods or gray w/ an all-over Stussy signature print, and coats like the waterproof brown n' white-checked micro-nylon zip-up, and two varsity jackets; one in platinum & red cuffed satin, and a black & white, Raiders-looking piece with a skull on the chest, giving you a fighting chance of becoming the next Lane Kiffin. If you prefer to spend money covering your bald spot, they've also got headgear like the black Stock SS Link wool ballcaps, and natural or black straw fedoras, which started dominating the fashion scene in the 20s and were revived by Indiana Jones, only to take a steaming LaBeouf.