While there's potential for conflict, working with your brother has its advantages -- mainly that when the conflict happens, you can tell Mom, and then somebody's headed to time out. Working together to make you classically handsome, the brothers behind St. Liberty.
Just launched by twenty-something siblings from San Antonio, Liberty's an upstart purveyor of rustically eccentric accessories intended to subtly evoke a time when even fancy could be a little rough, and cigarettes actually cured cancer. Items "hand-stitched ugly for strength" include purposefully fray-able, metal-eyelet'd handkerchiefs in gingham or tartan plaid, and a soft-leather iPhone "sleeping bag" block-printed with a marlin; there are also Mercury-dime tie chains and brass-chained archeologist loupes, plus they've started "buying crates of military surplus sunglasses and doing stuff to them", e.g., wrapping Aviator bridges with brass-riveted leather -- merging Tom Cruise Maverick with James Garner Maverick for a look that says "Who the hell is James Garner?" For your torso, they've trotted out a trio of pre-washed, marlin-emblazoned tees, all stitched with initially awkward-looking but eventually fetching suede pockets, and dubbed "The Good", "The Bad", and "The Gullies" (when you're ugly, life can be a ditch).
Liberty's so fresh you can only find their wares online, but they're looking to expand to retail shops with new products like bags and wallets -- hopefully yours won't be depleted when your brother narcs on you, and your allowance is docked.