Appreciating the gunslinging bravado of wild west culture is your birthright, but to dig it too much is to become a Village Person. For frontier-tinged gear that respects your boundaries, check out Nom de Guerre, available now.
A wide-ranging line that infuses urban going-out threads with subtle western influences, NDGs are purveyed from an underground SoHo bunker, providing protection from the siren smell of Hot-Nut vendors. The steez starts with the shirts: from crossed-pistol/cow-skull'd tees, to floral wing-collared and epaulette'd button-downs, to double-pocketed Henley polos with buttons that descend to mid-torso -- because depending on the humidity, the solar plexus is your body's sixth or eighth erogenous zone. NDG also rocks Pendleton woven v-neck sweaters and vests, slim/classic and rancher-fit jeans with suspender-ready buttons, plus blazers and matching knee-length suit shorts (calf-ual Fridays?).
NDG rocks one piece that has no western influence at all: a silver driver's jacket sporting high-sheen "liquid nylon" -- wear it, and no one'll consider you a Village Person, though they might label you a Daft Punk.