Skull Dress by Premonition

$130 at Premonition.

Skull Cameo Cufflinks by Thomas Pink

$195 at Thomas Pink.

“Eat My Meat” Apron by Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors

2 Pocket 65/35 Blend Poly Twill. Eat My Meat embroidered on chest. LaFrieda logo embroidered above pocket. $20 at Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors.

Contrasting Laces by Hook & Albert sold by Forgetful Gentleman

Set of 5. $35, well spent, at Forgetful Gentleman.

Hand Dyed Chain Bracelet by Gabriela Artigas

$150 at Aloha Rag.

Wingtips by Edward Green

Caradon Jacket from AllSaints Spitalfields

Slim fitting luxurious suede jacket with long wool shearling lining. The Caradon jacket features an oversized waterfall collar, peplum and seaming detail at back and signature AllSaints horn toggle fastenings. $1320 at AllSaints.

K-Swiss Tubes Run 100

Ten different color combos. Durable Aoasta II rubber outsole, stay tied laces, k-EVA midsole cushioning, and of course Tubes™ technology. Kenny Powers of East Bound and Down endorses them, see below. $75 on Amazon.

Accessories from Apolis Activism

Apolis Activism is an independent contemporary brand that began with dreams and thread. A group of social entrepreneurs created a unique bridge between commerce and sustainable development. Through their travels they discovered stories of struggle and survival from visionaries and activists for change. These experiences shaped their perspective, resulting in a union of ideal and action. They anchored this vision in the word Apolis, which translates as a “global citizen” — where there are no flags and no borders, humanity is our common cause and greatest priority. Apolis started making garments in 2004 and began embroidering a trademark red stitch on each piece. The sign of relief and an icon for all global citizens committed to quality and change. Apolis Activism applies contemporary design, premium fabrics, and an opportunity to share the value of trade.

Great gear, great company, great causes. Sold at Apolis Activism.

Flamethrower Jacket by SludgeFaktory

No price, I assume it is not for sale. More info at Sludgefaktory.