Someday, it could actually be chilly enough for a pure alpaca sweater.
But until then, let’s get you some flamingo shorts...
At Industry of All Nations, the first retail shop from the brand known for all that nice colorful wearable stuff from all over the globe, currently open in Venice. (Hey, here it is now.)
Yes, these guys have traveled the world to find people who will make the best shirts for your beach days, the sturdiest loafers for your gallery nights and furniture for reading that buddy cop project you’ve been avoiding. Step inside and find...
—100% organic cotton, naturally dyed T-shirts and light hoodies. Those are hanging on the left from lightest to darkest. The orange section is pretty hard to miss.
—Heavy madras boardshorts. The ones with hand-printed batik flamingos on them, naturally.
—Saddle-leather loafers hand-stitched in Argentina. They have a way with tassels down there.
—Raw selvage denim dyed in India and sewn into jeans in LA. Your legs appreciate collaboration.
—Uruguayan merino wool blankets for the sand.
—Foldable teak chairs from Indonesia for sitting on.
—100% alpaca cardigans, turtlenecks and crew sweaters from Bolivia.
For the two days you’ll need a sweater.