We've rounded up the greatest May action from all over the Thrillist Network and delivered it hot and fresh like a meat lovers pizza where the sausage is you.
Emailed to Boston: Yigal Azrouel
From an Israeli-born French Moroccan and "self-taught expert draper", YA's latest drop features an upscale take on the "lived-in" look with its "deconstructed" casual wear, arrived at via heavy, repeated washings pre- and post-stitching, resulting in a line that looks as if you just threw on whatever was crumpled up in your room, assuming your room was littered with custom-tailored high-end fabric.
Get wrapped up in casual-upscale glory
Emailed to Dallas: Glennz Tees
A longtime voter favorite on Threadless.com, New Zealand designer Glenn Jones was e-friended by admirers at Austin's Despair, Inc, who first commissioned a single Jones shirt, and now print, make, and distribute Glennz Tees through their production arm, Amplifier.
You won't believe what they have Darth Vader doing
Emailed to Los Angeles: Dylan George
Dylan George is the nom-de-jeans of a longtime fashion guy who struck out on his own following his last job: developing the William Rast clothing line alongside his then-partner Justin Timberlake, who got really famous for his fine work in the silver screen classic Alpha Dog.
Scope the stunning denim action
Emailed to Nation: My Body Tutor
Founded by a guy who dropped his hedge fund day job to pursue his passion for fitness, MBT's your personal trainer on the web, helping you morph your flabby body without the shame of having a grown man watch you do knee bends. And cry.
Unleash the awesome power of the Internet on your saddlebags
Emailed to Atlanta: Cardboard Safari Rhinos
These Charlottesville-based, assemble-yourself rhinoceros figurines are made from recycled, laser-cut cardboard slats in brown or white, and come in big-book and suitcase sizes. Also available: wall-mount rhino and deer heads framed on cardboard plaques, and even a 5x7" human skull, which isn't weird at all, because it's made of cardboard.
Check them out, we both know you're horn