It's very rare that we write about a product that adds complexity to the equation, but we'll make an exception for these Richard Mille Cufflinks ($20,000). Created over two years, they're made from grade 5 titanium, and feature a patented mechanism that opens the twin titanium bars using push-pieces and close by pressing on the top plate, resulting in cufflinks that contain 38 components each. Other features include satin-brushed upper surfaces that are bevelled by hand and a surprisingly subtle look.
Never get caught without a hat again. This Crushable Baseball Cap ($70) is designed to hold its shape no matter where it's been crammed. Features include a plain front, round crown, a fabric-covered top button, a soft bill with an elastic interior band, and a mix of wool, nylon, and polyamide construction. Available in three colorways, its perfect for keeping in a bag, glove compartment, or even a pocket.
Give your formalwear a swift kick in the collar with one of these Brackish Bow Ties ($80-$95). Made by hand for each individual order, they're crafted from real turkey or pheasant feathers, are fully adjustable, and arrive in a closed top wooden storage box. Guaranteed to draw more (positive) attention than that Looney Tunes tie you were thinking about wearing.
Handy for showing off your fandom, less handy for protecting your secret identity. These Batman Cufflinks ($125) are a subtle way to geek up even the dressiest attire. Plated a smooth satin black and featuring a fixed logo back closure, they're officially licensed by the Bat's overlords at DC and arrive in a custom collectors box complete with the Batman logo on the side and a comic strip on the lid's interior.
Sure, bike reflectors can help you stay visible — as long as you're actually on your bike. Only the Halo Belt ($75) can keep you visible even if you fall off. This multipurpose, LED-laden accessory emits its light though a custom designed thermoplastic polyurethane fiber optic, which gives it an awesome Tron-style look while allowing it to be worn as a standard belt, over the shoulder, or flung wildly at a narcotic-fueled rave.