Some of the most useful things in life have the added benefit of being reversible, from your JV mesh hoops jersey, to your late-night impulse vasectomy. Augmenting that list, Modern Amusement.
Known for its subtle Brandon Lee homage ominous-crow logo, MA just released a versatile summer collection repping fresh styles of sunglasses, designer art tees, and the centerpieces: whimsical plaid, striped, and solid reversible board shorts so sweet, you'll barely miss your itsy bitsy, teeny weeny, yellow polka-dot...Speedo. Board shorts start w/ the "Camp Boardie", a lightweight poly poplin reversible number with a subtle plaid print, navy interior, and double-snap/Velcro closing; the "Everyone's Watching", a turquoise/pink/teal/plaid suit w/ snap-down rear pocket; and the "Favorite Striped", a poly microfiber short w/ a rainbow of thick horizontal stripes and a front tuck-away condom pocket -- because frankly, you just don't know where that undertow's been. As for things that don't reverse, MA just unveiled its inaugural "Artist Series" tees -- two soft cotton crews featuring intricate crow designs by graphic artists Jon Cammisa and Eric Nyquist -- in addition to prints like the tantalizing "Bikini Girl", and "Stolen Pocket", a white pocket tee that reads "I Stole This Shirt From Modern Amusement" -- wear it in the clink, and safely pick up all the soap you like.
If you're looking for facial vestments, MA's also got a slew of high-end oversized sun cheaters, like the stylish 60s-inspired -- "34s", a classic oval-shaped plastic frame with vintage keyhole, and the bold, leather-temple-accented round metal aviators called the "18s", also the age you most needed that vasectomy.