For your business buddy, boyfriend or both:
Jack Robie is a provider of luxury, read-to-wear men’s shirts with a tailored fit. Only available online, they are able to offer the highest quality fabrics and materials made by skilled American manufacturers at competitive prices (prices range from $99- $155) as there is no costly overhead of traditional retail. The name Jack Robie pays homage to a fictitious, impeccably-dressed American man portrayed by Cary Grant in Hitchcock’s “To Catch a Thief” – embodying the cool and charismatic American whose style reflects his European travels. Jack Robie offers dress and sports shirts which are distinguished by a trim but comfortable fit with a slightly shorter length and a shrink-resistant collar.
For your conscientious companion:
We are always told that giving is better than receiving but in a world of constant multi-tasking, why not do both? Farofa Nation t-shirt company is partnered with TASK BRASIL, an incredible organization whose goal is helping “street” kids become citizens of the world by showing them self-reliance and responsibility. Farofa Nation donates 10% of all t-shirt sales to TASK BRASIL, working to help children of Brazil help escape poverty. All men’s, women’s and kids’ t-shirts are designed by different artists from around the world, bringing the collective consciousness to life. This season, multi-TASK while you shop!
For your fitness friend:
Marion Roaman and fitness expert Tracy Anderson have created a ground-breaking gym experience. This new, one of a kind all inclusive venture will feature a spinning studio for Ride the Zone as well as a workout studio for The Tracy Anderson Method classes. The combination of Ride the Zone, focusing on cardio and major calorie burning paired with The Tracy Anderson Method, which focuses on toning and sculpting, will give people a total body transformation.
A limited edition t-shirt from artist Scooter LaForge. Scooter’s work can be characterized as Pop Art partnered with abstract expressionism and Dutch classicism. His paintings and drawings are portraitures, landscapes, and objective subject matter, utilizing his special painting techniques and incorporating his homoerotic, in your face, non-apologetic lifestyle. Golden books on acid, his paintings employ a 50’s illustrated story book technique, modernized by 70’s color pallets and are influenced heavily by gay pornography, cute fluffy animals, and sometimes iconic cartoons (i.e. SpongeBob Square pants, The Cookie Monster, and Popeye and Boris) which are reoccurring characters and themes within his work. His sculptures are a derivative of his successful clothing, t-shirt and underwear line, sold exclusively at Patricia Field, East Village, NYC.