If you lived through the 2000s, you probably have a complicated relationship with velour. Maybe your associations with the fabric are tarnished by memories of bedazzled tracksuits with pithy catchphrases printed on the ass. Or maybe you remember velour more as an accent, a detail on a lapel or a pair of handcuffs (wink wink). So if you’re reading this with any preconceived hang-ups related to velour and velvet, its higher-end sibling, we’ve got big news: as a matter of natural law, velour and all its variations are back and better than ever. Read more at GQ.