Finding gear suited to your yin-yang of excellence and apathy can be impossible. For a graphic brand that speaks to your carefully balanced existence, choose Kid Dangerous
Boldly declared a line of "quality, high-end garments for you to throw up on," Kid Dangerous's "grime couture" is high-quality tees and polos whose details (distressed sleeves/collars/hems, worn-in holes, etc) are hand-finished and softened up via an extensive (perhaps hopeless) wash process. Among their most relatable designs
LA Don't Love You Tee: A solid-color typographical shirt that riffs on the classic I (Heart) NY tees (because sometimes being a man means loving something that won't love you back).
All Work No Play Burnout Tee: A distressed tee featuring Nicholson in "Here's Johnny" mode, the perfect tool for convincing superiors that the company vacation schedule can accommodate your impromptu "personal week."
Dirty Blonde Polo: A preppie pink polo with a print of a young, hot Debbie Harry, a reminder that just because you see them on VH1 doesn't mean they weren't once special
To kick off their line, the Kid's throwing a launch party at King King on Wednesday with music from Beck-esque rocker The Grey Kid and free Titos Vodka from 9-10pm -- brevity that'll inspire such frantic drinking that KD's mission statement'll become a messy, self-fulfilling prophecy.