One of life's wonders is watching things morph into more enjoyable forms, like ugly ducklings into swans, or caterpillars into goo under your boot. For a designer that's blossomed from unassuming roots, check out Fly53, just now available online.
Since its original 90s incarnation as a small-time t-shirt maker, UK-based Fly's expanded its wearably-diverse line to encompass polos, sweaters, jackets, and even pants (for those sad times you must wear them). Their fall/winter collection's highlighted by the honeycomb-patterned, wrongly-spelled Rright polo; the Fever hoody, obviously penned by a drunken cartographer; the sneakily checked Disco Drive trousers; and the leather Vienna biker jacket, which will encase you like a tiny, delicious sausage.
While the e-store mostly stocks new gear, it also peddles Fly's archetypal Rumpsteak jacket, a hooded nylon affair that'd look at home on a 70s high school track star, before he morphed into something less enjoyable -- a high school track coach.