Even if you remember to check the weather before stepping out of your home for the day, it can change at a moment's notice. With this Light Layer Jacket from Ministry of Supply, you'll be prepared for those changes and look good the entire time. It's made using ultralight, stretch synthetic insulation combined with a soft, stretch-woven, water-resistant shell for lightweight warmth that layers easily. It's versatile enough to wear over a dress shirt, but can also be layered with a sweater or a coat during the unpredictable spring weather. Adding to its adaptability, the whole jacket can even stash into its own pocket, so you don't have to carry it around when the temperature rises.
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Created to celebrate the model's 55th anniversary and based on a reference from 1966, the new Tag Heuer Autavia Watch mixes old-school looks with modern functionality. Defined by its panda dial, it's powered by the new Heuer-02 proprietary self-winding chronograph movement. Other upgrades include a large 42mm polished steel case, water resistance to 100 meters, and a date aperture at 6 o'clock. The beige-tinted Superluminova on the hands and indices helps lend a classic look, as do the vintage Heuer logo, "mushroom" push-pieces, and distressed leather strap. Also available with a seven-row polished steel bracelet.
Black denim is the understated, tough-wearing, more versatile cousin of blue hues, blending seamlessly with tees or ties. To find our perfect pair, we worked with Noble to black-out their tailored slim-straight, mid-rise silhouette. North American-made, the Noble x Uncrate Small Batch Jeans are crafted with selvedge denim from the world-renowned Kuroki mill in Japan and are finished with Kentucky-made stealth copper hardware and an unbranded back patch made of the signature Uncrate bison leather. They're made-to-order so that you can specify the exact waist and length you want — order longer if you want to cuff or exact if you don't. Orders will be taken until April 4th, and the jeans will ship the week of May 1st.
The first Speedmaster, the first Railmaster, and the first Seamaster 300 all made their debuts in 1957. These Omega 1957 Trilogy Watches recreate these classics for their 60th anniversaries. The company used digital scanning technology to acquire accurate cross-sections and dimensions for the originals, then went about subtly updating each one. Brushed and polished stainless steel cases, black "tropical" dials, and updated stainless bracelets are found on all three, as are slightly different Omega logos — a nod to how the original suppliers all interpreted the mark differently. Each watch will be limited to 3,557 pieces and delivered in a retro presentation box with both leather and NATO straps; a special package containing all three will be limited to just 557 examples.