Those who inspire our research
and put our clothes to the test.
The LABS_0617 Dress Shirt was developed to combine the best attributes of our two most popular shirts, Apollo and Aero. Here's how we tested a new fabric concept.
Baseball is everything for Jared Banner. Having played since his youth, it’s more than just a game—it’s an all-encompassing way of life.
As founder and CEO of a biotech startup, Ailis Tweed-Kent wears a lot of hats. She loves building and interacting with her team as they work to change people's lives by developing a treatment for arthritis.
Pride and passion define Nate Barnes' approach to cutting hair. The corporate-climber-turned-barber loves seeing the physical transformation of his clients in real time.
Dancer and choreographer Rob Glover is addicted to the root of movement. Whether you find him on the set of Dancing With the Stars, or helping a bride and groom perfect their first dance, he's constantly in motion.
Businessman/soccer superstar Keisuke Honda is motivated to achieve greatness both personally and professionally. That passion motivates him to wake up early and go home late. It inspires him to envision a better way forward and then put in the work to make it a reality.
John Carlson, a portfolio manager for emerging global markets and Ministry of Supply's most hardcore fan, is constantly traveling. While we've given up on tracking his moves, it seems that any given week John is working his way through at least three or four different countries.
Skylar Tibbits is redefining material construction as we know it. Here, we go into Skylar’s Lab at MIT for a first-hand look at his work.
If you follow the Gimlet show "Reply All," then you may know that Matt has been described as “a comforter accidentally warmed by the radiator”, or, “the band you discovered in high school long before anyone else did”.