One day it’s hot. One day it’s cold. One day it starts snowing, so you look up at the sky for answers but all you get is a bunch of snow in your face.
Needless to say, a closet full of versatile fall gear is not unimportant.
Here to aid you in that noble sartorial pursuit is Ministry—the first Midwest outpost of the monochromatic, tech-savvy clothiers formerly known as Ministry of Supply, now soft-open at 900 North Michigan Shops.
You’ll head inside, grab a beverage and charge your phone at the shop’s mini coworking space. Then, use this...
The situation: You bike to work.
The garment: Their new tailored-in-store, five-pocket Going Places pant. It has the look of dressed-up denim and the flexibility of a knit fabric. So that’s nice.
The situation: It’s hot on the ‘L,’ but cold outside.
The garment: The Future Forward dress shirt, which employs NASA-approved technology to absorb/release heat based on your temperature.
The situation: You’ve had a long day.
The garment: Polyester socks blended with coffee grounds to prevent odors. Coffee grounds... Who knew.
The situation: You require a casual blazer for work-to-weekend layering.
The garment: Their machine-washable Seamless jacket. It’s made with a 3D robotic knitting machine.
Finally, a robot we can all rally around.