Shakespeare's words echo even today, from countless high school productions, to Playboy's legendary Midsummer Night's Dream party, which he suggested to Hef sometime in high school. For local streetwear similarly repping Billy Shakes: Jiberish's winter collection
Just reopening their LoHi boutique, Colorado's own Jiberish is hawking an epically casual 100-piece collection with everything from denim to button-downs, all of which're made in quantities under 300, and purportedly themed around Henry IV's famous line "uneasy lies the head that wears a crown'' (my kingdom for a memory foam). Sonnet-worthy first layers come via flannels with a "longer and slimmer than traditional" fit, crewnecks like the horizontally striped Stacker in 100% organic ringspun cotton, and hoodies including one bearing their spray-painted name called the Dripset, and the Twisted Charcoal w/ "stubby and curvy tentacle wedges" -- good as a shirt, bad as an appetizer. They've also got outer-sheathing like straight leg denim with eye-catching teal stitching, and a slew of Puffeh vests with 90% Siberian goose down filling and a matte finish with gray, teal, brown, or red "flannel accents", which everyone knows Babes think are super hot
Despite the discontent-full winter weather, they're also dropping new t-shirts like the Dylan, with Bob smoking a cig -- a punishable high school action that Hef and Shakespeare never had to worry about, modern cigarettes having not been invented until the late 17th century.