Everyone’s Making Money Using NASA Logos Except NASA

by MR Magazine Staff

Like a kid getting ready for space camp, you could, if you wanted, throw on some NASA-branded tech pants by New York designer Heron Preston in the morning, pair them with a NASA t-shirt from Urban Outfitters, and maybe add a Coach letterman jacket with a NASA patch if you grabbed one last year. Or, assuming you missed the jackets, you could opt for a NASA parka from Heron Preston. Heads up, though: That parka will set you back $1,878, and the pants $1,265. You’ll still need shoes, of course, but fear not: Vans releases its new “Space Voyager” collection tomorrow (Nov. 2). The teen-loved skate brand will release classic styles, including its popular Old Skool and Sk8-Hi, as well as clothes and accessories, designed with NASA branding and space-age themes. Read more at Quartz.