Different clothes evoke specific moods, like power suits for ruthless ambition, and tuxedos, for feeling like you're about to make a big mistake. For an air of moneyed sloth, try Unruly Heir, in stores this week.
From an NYC black guy and a Palm Beach cracker, Heir is a cross-cultural take on the classic I-don't-have-to-work look -- accomplished by infusing subtle streetwear stee into prep-schoolish gear ("Am I my brother's Trapper Keeper?"). Jackets-wise, Heir has you for blazers (the pinstriped 6th Avenue), hoodies (the elastic-cuffed Seersucker), and coats, e.g., the Contraband Trench -- w/ wristwatch graphics on the interior lining, to distract constables from pockets bulging with plagiarized term papers. Heir'll also outfit you in graphic'd cotton knits, light-hued classic button-downs, shorts, and pants, including the loose-fit Jodhpur -- named after the breeches, but if you want an accompanying riding crop you'll have to go to The Pleasure Chest like everybody else.