and Wander has been emerging on a lot of people's radar recently, and with interesting pieces like this Garment Dyed Jacket, it isn't a mystery as to why the label is becoming such an industry darling. The label is predicated on both a strong love of nature and the shared design experience of Keita Ikeuchi and Mihoko Mori, who were previously peers at Issey Miyake. Forward-looking, futuristic designs mesh with tenets of traditional outdoor and utilitarian garments at and Wander, in addition to a steadfast dedication to the highest quality craftsmanship. I find the fabric on this garment-dyed jacket to be especially interesting; the satin made with 50% nylon and 50% polyester has a unique finish to it, one that would only get more and more beautiful with repeated wears. The raglan sleeves, rounded pouch pockets, and gunmetal hardware make it provocative, but the piece still maintains a distinctly minimal structure. This jacket could really be worn with anything, from other technically oriented outdoor garments to wool trousers and a clean pair of white sneakers. Available now through SSENSE.