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The album jacket was the first thing we thought of when the digital era began. Without a hard copy of a record, where would we get the artist-defining visuals? Luckily—and maybe partially because of this—vinyl is experiencing a renaissance. Tachen’s latest is a celebration of great album art, of the designs that helped define some of the most iconic artists of all time. But this isn’t just about the sleeves these records came in; it’s about the albums themselves, which also served as an important canvas. Pink Floyd. Michael Jackson. Bon Jovi. So many influential artists used album art as a means to help convey a feeling, and 500 of them are profiled in this book. If you have a music buff on your list, this will go over well this holiday.

Huckberry-x-Coors

Huckberry has been our go-to menswear destination for ages because of their unique ability to combine quality and style–like their latest drop with Coors. This collection of beer-focused throwback gear is as cool now as it was in the late 80s. Banquet Work Jacket and Vest. Banquet Crew Sweatshirt. Vintage style Pearl Snap Shirt. More Banquet Patch / Waxed Canvas / Corduroy hats than we can shake a stick at. There are also Banquet Tees, Shorty Sleeve Shirts, Socks, and combinations of everything we mentioned. Add some old-school style to your rotation with Huckberry x Coors here.