Every day, our team filters through hundreds, if not thousands, of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.
Wild Child Leather and Cordovan Wallet
Made in Nagano, Japan, by Flat Head for Wild Child, this durable wallet is definitely not vegan-friendly. It features three animal leathers: a cowhide body, a cordovan outer protector and a pigskin lining. Perfect for daily carry, it includes six card slots, two inner hidden slots, an area for cash and a sterling silver chain ring. Sure, it’s pricey, but you can’t beat the quality.
Lady White Co. ’44 Fleece
This all-American sweatshirt is made from dense custom-knit fleece. It features varsity cuffs, flat lock stitching and bar tack reinforcement, so it’ll stand up to the everyday wear for years. If you’re looking to get a new crew-neck sweatshirt, you can’t go wrong with this great color and classic fit.
IWC Mark XVIII Heritage Titanium
IWC’s aviation-inspired Mark XVIII is one of our favorite casual luxury watches to come out in the last couple years, but a recent update by the watchmaker makes it even better. The watch’s old stainless steel case was eschewed in favor of titanium, which is light, strong and hypoallergenic. Additionally, the new dial is adorned with tan hour markers that play off the dark grey case hue very nicely, giving the watch a subtle dose of vintage style.
Asics Gel Lyte V Vachetta in Dark Forest
Forest green is a deeply underrated color in just about any application, but that goes especially so for menswear. This evergreen take on Asics’s classic Gel Lyte V, however, puts the hue front and center and pairs it with a rich tan heel, resulting in a woodland-inspired color scheme that feels especially apt for the season.
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