They say that behind every great man is a great woman, although you'd have to assume it's actually the other way around, so the parts line up. Grab fresh gear made by a guy who couldn't have made it without his lady, from A Different Fur
ADF's the cottony brainchild of an FIU fine arts & architecture grad, who then parlayed those design skills into a very-Miami, limited-edition, basics-with-a-twist clothing line with the help of his wife, who was a clothing designer by trade, for which she presumably had to give up the expiring contract of Raef LaFrentz and a Brian shawl collar to be named later. Available at the Webster along with only three other US stores (plus one in Japan!), ADF's offerings kick off with 100% super-soft, worn-in Pima cotton tees with unique details (mini epaulets, button pockets, some even with two chest pockets, one on top of the other) in a range of shades, alongside similarly detailed tank tops with unique stripes and colorblocking, aka, when James White rejects Blue Edwards. ADF's also putting out sleeveless hoodies with a bunch of buttons on the hood (which collapses for the apparently much-lusted after towel around-the-neck style, similarly sleeve-free cardigans, and even a billowy "Kangaroo Sleeveless", also what they called the co-star when he thought he could keep pace with Jerry O'Connell's chiseled guns...think again, you weakling marsupial!
If you too often stand next to Jerry O'Connell, they've also got long-sleeve goods like the faded-color Safari Blazer and henleys, as well as patch pants with button flys, which can actually be troublesome, as the other thing behind every great man is a dude waiting for him to finish pissing.