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Continuing the spirit of friendship, this issue’s FeelGoods choice is from a business borne out of a gift, from friend to friend. Holistic healer and jewelry designer Sat Hari had a unique button-up cashmere shirt made for her pal Brad Pitt, which inspired a business partnership, and God’s True Cashmere was created. Each shirt is made from 100% cashmere made in Italy, and the yarns are sourced from various ethical goat farms (“We’d love to have our own goat farms [one day]”, Sat Hari told Vogue. “And to name all our goats”, added Pitt.). The shirts are also embellished with 11 snaps, made of gemstones hand-carved in India to represent the chakras of the body. The line already has a cult following, and has since introduced tracksuits, with accessories and blankets coming this winter.
When ASYSTEM founder Oli Walsh was asked to create Bruce Wayne's daily supplements, it was a "dream brief" for the self-proclaimed "comic nerd." Partnering with Warner Bros, Discovery, Uncrate.com, and DC, ASYSTEM are now launching two new products inspired by the wealthy vigilante behind the superhero Batman. Out now is the PRE-WORKOUT+ supplement, powered by the potent mushroom cordyceps, ashwagandha, and beetroot powder to boost energy and improve muscle strength and endurance. And coming soon is the IMMUNITY+ supplement, anchored by the clinically-backed ingredient Elder-Mune, which helps boost our ability to fight off infections, and reduce the duration and severity of respiratory illnesses. The products are part of a broader range of sophisticated lifestyle goods being released under the banner of Wayne Enterprises, inspired by the Gotham protector.
At Mr Feelgood, we’re all about finding ways to add extra happiness to our lives, so we’re loving this wind-cheater with nothing but positive vibes, and a paradisiacal print to inspire us even on chillier summer days. With Father’s Day this weekend, you can find more unique offerings from Gucci for the dad in your life here. Check out the super modern Grip Watch, plus the results of Gucci’s genius collaboration with Adidas.
Jewelry designer Roxanne Assoulin has created a bracelet to stand with Ukraine, where 100% of the proceeds are donated to the UN Refugee Agency supporting victims of the Russian invasion. The UNHCR provides emergency shelter and life-saving aid to Ukraine refugees, learn more about the organization here. The first batch of the $80 bracelet sold out in a day, but more are currently available to preorder at Roxanne Assoulin. Preorder your bracelet.
German watch brand Tutima and Los Angeles-based designer George Esquivel, who rose from tough beginnings to become a shoe maker to the stars, have joined forced to release their Compass travel collection. The limited edition set of a Tutima Patria Dual Time watch, accompanied with a leather watch holder, Chelsea boots, and overnight duffle bag all handcrafted by Esquivel, unites the collaborators shared values of quality, timeless design and craftmanship. The collection is available at Esquivel Shoes, and you can read our article on George’s inspirational personal story here. Shop the Collection.
Legendary ad man Trey Laird and his renowned personal trainer Akin Akman have combined their unique skills and experience to launch AARMY — a digital fitness community improving our physical and mental strength.
We featured ASYSTEM co-founder Oli Walsh’s tips for building good habits here. And a great way to begin a healthy wellness routine is with ASYSTEM’s SuperDad pack, featuring Superhuman Supplements to improve the mind and body, a Performance Skincare Set to fix dark circles and more, a Radical Relief Roll-On for maintaining mobility, and De-Stress Gummies for, well, life.
The wisdom of endurance athlete, plant-based diet advocate, and podcaster Rich Roll has stuck with us since our interview last year. “Mood follows action,” he told us. “The change in state that you seek is only a result of taking actions.” His inspirational book ‘Voicing Change’ is a highlight reel from his podcast, which is among the most successful in the world of wellness, featuring timeless wisdom from the world’s most accomplished and cutting-edge minds.
Tom Ford’s 002 Ocean Plastic Timepiece helps us to look and feel good. The timepiece is simple, elegant, and made from 100% ocean plastic waste. The equivalent of 35 plastic bottles are used to make each watch and strap, upcycled with 100% solar energy, and the packaging is also made from entirely recycled material. So for every 1000 watches sold, approximately 490lbs of plastic from the ocean is reduced.