In this new feature, we'll be rounding up the best new clothes on the market from the retail destinations that are truly at the top of their game. Click on to find out where to grab the biggest, boldest new graphic prints for spring.
Wood Wood Wes Street Shirt at Wood Wood
You can control the velocity at which you arrive on the scene with this club-collared shirt with a grey toned animal print. Ramp the animal print up with colored layers, or keep it toned down by pairing with other neutrals.
Gitman Vintage Panda Shirt at Très Bien
Look closely because yes, those are pandas printed on the shirt. There's no way to go wrong with an endangered animal patterned across your entire upper body.
Givenchy shirt at Storm Copenhagen
Givenchy pulled out all sorts of stops with this one. Because jacquard alone just isn't enough, tiny printed war planes make it a much more daring addition to your closet.
Vanishing Elephant Bates shirt from Hub Shop
Forget spring and summer, we're skipping straight to fall in this autumn-hued number from Vanishing Elephant. Made from lightweight cotton and meant to grow even more beautiful after every wash, this shirt was built for some serious taking out on the town.
Gitman Vintage shirt at Couverture and the Garbstore
Be a walking reminder of the brighter, summery days ahead in this vintage button down shirt. And if you're really on a roll today, they recommend pairing it with this pair of Civilian Service chinos. A little bit of land and sky juxtaposition, maybe?
Kit Neale Patchwork Jet Stream Shirt at Opening Ceremony
British designer Kit Neale managed to wrap all of our sitting-by-the-sea-cracking-open-lobster summer daydreams into one very self-assured shirt. Best reserved for graphic print-wearing veterans only.
Norse Projects Anton Botanical shirt at Cali Roots
Whether you whip this out for Venice Beach or Coney Island, this shirt deserves an appropriately sunny environment. Or, use this print (that may or may not be finger-painted) to show off your own sunny disposition. Either way, you know its got to be good when the lone description reads: "Flower Power!"