Hypebeasts and crypto bros aren’t building their wardrobes at Gabriela Hearst. You won’t find any logo hoodies here—better make that logos, period. And she isn’t bothering to put her name on trainers, either, though they are ubiquitous almost everywhere else. Though it’s a small operation compared to her women’s ready-to-wear, Hearst’s menswear operates according to the same sustainable principles. For fall 2022, 57% of her materials are deadstock or recycled, and she designs both crewneck sweaters and shirt jackets to be reversible, doubling their investment value. Read more at Vogue.