Please note, this holiday season, orders are currently taking approximately a week to process and ship. Please allow extra time for any gift-giving deadlines.


We at ILYSM are SO excited to announce our doodle-licious, Saturday morning cartoons, and VHS ready Tabi Sock collaboration with the magical Brianna Miller! (now available on VHS). Drawing inspiration from the Smurfs, vintage 70s puffy stickers, and Care Bears, you can kick up your sock game with two adorable colorways "Foot Friends" and "Eyeballs."
As part of our ILYSM4Artists commission, we partnered with multi-disciplinary artist Grace Insogna @disssgrace for our first Tabi Sock collaboration! We were super excited to add some of Grace's signature vibrant colors and patterns to our tabi socks!!
Gordon Parks was the first artist but the first specific picture was Blue Black Boy by Carrie Mae Weems. It was the first time I looked at a photograph of a black person that wasn’t solely based on their skin color. The picture and series make race obsolete for the viewer and I think that’s empowering for young black creatives. Making art for people's personal experience instead of art solely based on race based experiences.
We're fighting winter burnout with one of our favorite designers, Josefina Valdes from Scent. We uncovered Josefina's tips for staying creatively hydrated and the importance of carving one's own sacred space.
ILYSM had a conversation with the incredible and inspiring Khalil Greene, Yale University's first Black student body president in its 319-year history. We chatted overcoming anxiety, the importance of a to do list, and the most soothing Mariah Carey song.
Meow! ILYSM got cozy with our furry friends Teddy and Troy where we learned how to master the perfect photo and unlocked the secrets behind teaching your cat to high-five!

ILYSM spoke with recent ILYSM4Artists grant recipient Marz, about their artistic process and discovering creative self resilience during the pandemic.

ILYSM chatted with Avery Plewes, the award-winning costume designer behind your favorite films The Craft and Ready or Not -- about her advice on entering the business and what shows we have to look forward to watching!

ILYSM chatted with Brooklyn-based composer-pianist Timo Andres about how to create a more fulfilled life and the importance of finding time to absorb the world around you.

Tell us about yourself and how you help bring ILYSM’s vision to life? I'm Alex and I'm the CEO if Highline Commerce, an ecommerce distribution center located in Chelsea Manhattan. I'm originally from Vermont and my main passions are outdoor sports, so naturally I moved to NYC... I play a lot of basketball too so it balances out. I'm helping bring ILYSM's vision to life by shipping all of the Tabi orders out! We help the ILYSM team make sure that everyone gets the right Tabis in time!

ILYSM chatted with artist and activist Katherine Powers, about the power of creating intention behind actions of all size and how to stay artistically connected during the pandemic.

ILYSM chatted with Shaun J. Brown about his new collaboration with Ryan Murphy, leaning into self discovery during the pandemic, and his obsession with Succession.

ILYSM commissioned videos from the ever-talented comedian extraordinaire Ana McCasland. We were delighted to chat with Ana and discover more about her creative process and the value of finding your own voice...

ILYSM texted with Juri Onuki, the choreographer behind all your favorite moves from Blood Orange and HBO’s We Are Who We Are, about learning to dance for herself, and absorbing the space around you…