The right tie can make an outfit — just like the wrong one can make even the best suit look dull. The Hermès Tie Society is a new subscription service that automatically delivers standout ties to match your style. To sign up, you need to visit one of the brand's boutiques in locales like Costa Mesa, Houston, or D.C., and take the "Pesonali-Tie" quiz so they can get a better sense of what you like. After that, you can elect to receive a new tie every quarter, every two months, or monthly, and will also get access to benefits like free delivery, laundering, and tie reshaping and repair.
A modern interpretation of the highly collectible reference 7754 "Skipperera", the Tag Heuer x Hodinkee Carrera Skipper Watch is bound sought-after itself. Its 39mm case has the same lugs as the original 35, and the regatta countdown dial has the same tri-color layout, but now with 10-minute intervals. Its newer Caliber 18 automatic movement allowed for a date window set opposite the countdown, and the dark blue dial is a nod to its aquatic inspiration. It's finished with a blue perforated leather strap and comes with both gray and orange NATO straps for casual wear.
Ressence's Type 1 is already considered a modern classic, thanks to its novel design that eschews hands and crowns for a series of rotating discs that indicate the hours, minutes, seconds, and day of the week. This Ressence Type 1 RG, designed for Mr. Porter, elevates it with a 42mm rose gold and titanium case. Also present on the exclusive edition are an ivory dial with Super-LumiNova-filled engraved indications and a handsome brown leather strap. Made in Switzerland, it arrives in a dark wood presentation box.
Head Graphene XT Radical MP LTD Racquet ($200).
Kappa Authentic Zimsa Jacket ($88).
Only NY Stanton Serve T-Shirt ($34).
Tracksmith Session Shorts ($58).
Reebok Exofit Lo Clean Vintage Sneaker ($95).
Only NY OK Sock ($14).
2017 Roland-Garros Player Beach Towel ($78).
Made using a single piece of leather, the Stefano boot from Peter Nappi is deceptively simple and perfectly refined. Available in black, dusty brown, and burnished gray, each pair is handmade in Italy using Italian veg-tanned Vitello leather. The chukka style boot also features blake rapid construction, minimalist eyelets, in tone leather laces, and vero cuoio sole. Made in small batches, every pair of Stefano boots honors the Nappi family and their dedication to heritage and artisan craftsmanship.
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The company's first timepiece made specifically to pair with dress clothes, the Shinola Bedrock Watch Collection brings the company's handsome aesthetic to the board room. A highly-accurate Argonite 1069 movement powers the watch's two hands and seconds subdial, while elegantly applied indices keep things easily readable. Its slim 42mm case slips smoothly underneath your sleeve, and is available in a variety of finishes, with multiple dial and strap combinations, as well.
Bridging the gap between the stuff on store shelves and a trip to a custom tailor, INDOCHINO offers high-quality made to measure suits with amazing fit and feel. They take 14 measurements to create suits and shirts that fit and feel better than anything off the rack. And the fit isn't the only thing that will make you stand out, as INDOCHINO offers a great selection of fabrics and complimentary customization options — from lapels to linings and more — to personalize your look. The result is an investment-quality wardrobe that's far more attainable than traditional custom-tailored options and is much more affordable than just about any custom-fit suit on the market.
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You could run all over town looking for the best men's accessories around for Dad this Father's Day, or you could just go with a subscription to SprezzaBox. They simplify the shopping experience by shipping you a new box each month with around six new items that help put the finishing touches on a great look and all at a price that won't break the bank. A personal stylist tests out and hand-picks the items like ties, wallets, sunglasses, socks, and watches every month and subscriptions start at just $28 for over $100 in retail value. Quality, professional items are hand selected by an in-house stylist each month and shipped right to your door.
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For when you want the look of a $150,000 Rolex Milsub but would rather wear it on your wrist than keep it in a safe. Vague Watch Co.'s Black Submariner has a darkened steel case with a brushed finish that's designed to look aged, along with military style "sword" hands and applied "gilt" hour and permiter markers with vintage patina'd coloring. The 40mm watch has a near-silent Japanese quartz movement, a classic domed crystal, rotating bezel, and screw-down crown. Water resistant up to 100m, it arrives with both black and olive 20mm nylon NATO straps.
Knickerbocker MFG Co. The Dude Shirt ($180).
Unis Davis Chino ($198).
Stetson Stratoliner Hat ($195).
Clarks Weaver Shoe ($240).
Moscot Milzen Sunglasses ($290).
Poketo Joshua Tree Bandana ($15).
LHN Jewelry Hiapo Plaque ID Bracelet ($125).
Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia ($44).
Built to stand up to some of the toughest conditions and environments, this G-Shock Mudmaster GG1000 is a tough, reliable source regardless of your surroundings. It's shock-resistant to protect against impact and features a new mud-resistant structure that fits each button with a cylindrical guard structure with gaskets on the button shaft and inside the cylinder. That keeps mud and dust out while the gaskets help cushion impacts. And the Twin Sensor feature, which combines a compass and thermometer will help you keep your bearings no matter where your path leads. It also boasts wings on the case back to provide a better fit and large, non-slip buttons that are easy to use even if you're wearing gloves. A worthy companion for a long day's work outdoors or your next adventure.
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Original Penguin Reverse Prints Lawn Shirt ($79).
Original Penguin Slub Pocket Tee ($49).
Original Penguin Stretch Cotton Scout Short ($79).
Original Penguin Carson Shoe ($80).
Original Penguin Eau De Toilette Spray ($65).
Original Penguin Iceman Sunglasses ($111).
Tachikara Volleyball ($43).
Mailn + Goetz Face Moisturizer ($38).
Top Gun VHS ($3).
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Since 1915, the Moscot family has been selling eyeglasses in New York. And over 100 years later, there are still generations of Moscots waiting for you at Orchard Street when you need some new spectacles or shades. For our lastest collaboration, we dialed up Zack and Harvey Moscot, the king and prince of eyewear, to resurrect a pair of bold frames from their archives that work equally well as sunglasses or eyeglasses.
Limited to only 300 pairs total, the Moscot x Uncrate Ipish is available with polarized G-15 mineral glass lenses or with a simple demo lens for replacing with your own prescription at the eye doctor or eyeglass store of your preference. Made of jet black acetate, the squared frames sport black hinges and rivets, along with subtle gold temple branding and numbering. The 51 x 21 x 143 sizing fits medium to large faces.
It's arguably the holy grail of vintage watches. A timepiece so influential its owner became the nickname of the model. Paul Newman's Rolex Daytona has been found. Paul Newman gave the watch to its current owner James Cox while Cox was dating his daughter and informed him that he didn't own a watch. "If you wind it, it tells pretty good time," Newman said to Cox, who proceeded to wear it daily for over a decade. It's in highly respectable condition for a watch of its age, with an original cream dial with patina, a case that's in good shape, and an inscription on the back from Newman's wife Joanne reading "Drive Carefully, Me." It will be auctioned off this October during Phillips's first watch auction in New York.
It's not an Apple Watch. It just looks like one. A playful take on the smartwatch, the H. Moser & Cie Swiss Alp Watch Zzzz is a 100% mechanical timepiece. The dial is completely devoid of all indices and markings, letting the hour and minute hands stand alone. Powered by an HMC 324 form movement, it has a power reserve of at least four days, is limited to just 20 pieces, and serves as a satisfying rebuttal to all those who panned Cupertino's design.
Taking a break from Boost and Primeknit technology, Kanye has again teamed up with Adidas to release the retro-leaning Yeezy Powerphase. Looking a bit like a Reebok aerobic sneaker from back in the day, the Powerphase is an all-white affair with a quarter panel sporting the Calabasas name, referencing the California neighborhood where 'Ye resides.
Dedicated to one of the world's most advanced air rescue organizations in Switzerland, the Oris Altimeter Rega Limited Edition Watch is a one-of-a-kind timepiece. Rega uses a fleet of rescue helicopters and air ambulances and this watch is inspired by the needs of those pilots. It features an integrated mechanical barometric altimeter, air pressure and altitude displays, and a standout Rega logo at 9 o'clock on the dial. It comes with a stainless steel case that is coated in anti-reflective gray PVD, along with a gray fabric strap with red leather lining. The case back is embossed with a Rega helicopter and engraved with the limited edition number and only 1,414 pieces will be made.
Made 100% in the USA, Leesa mattresses have been drawing praise from customers and critics worldwide, racking up more than 10,000 five-star reviews to date. With a groundbreaking 3-layer foam design that provides the perfect combination of support, breathability and softness, it should come as no surprise that some of the world's greatest athletes turn to Leesa for a better night's sleep. Whether you are getting ready to make a move or simply want a better sleep this summer, you can try your Leesa mattress for 100 nights, commitment free. Order completely online and have your mattress delivered to your door for free compressed in a shockingly compact and convenient box. Skip the showroom this summer and start sleeping with Leesa. You won't regret it.
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Created to celebrate the Italian firm's centennial, these Persol 100th Anniversary Pilot Sunglasses are an exclusive take on one of the company's most beloved designs. Polarized 55mm crystal lenses sit inside the tortoise acetate frame and provide outstanding optics, but the detail that sets these apart from more pedestrian versions are the 18K yellow gold arrows on both temples. Available exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue.
A simple silhouette is upgraded with luxury materials in these No One Stingray Sneakers. The upper is crafted from vegetable tanned Italian leather embossed with a stingray pattern, complemented by an embossed Vachetta tongue and heel. French Plongé Lambskin lining adds to the comfort provided by the classic German outsole, making this an upscale alternative to your average pair of Chucks or Stan Smiths. Available in black or white and limited to just seven of each colorway.
Mixing a brushed black stainless steel case with rose gold accents, the MVMT Black Rose Voyager Watch is both bold and subtle. It's powered by a Miyota movement that handles the hour, minute, and second hands, as well as the two dual time subdials. Measuring 42mm and finished with a black stainless steel mesh strap, it's an ideal size, but should you want something larger — or smaller — the Black Rose collection also includes 45 and 40mm variants in classic and chrono styles.
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The sun is out and you're soaking it up more and more, so you need a pair of sunglasses that look good, protect you from harmful rays, and can stand up to an active lifestyle. Smith Lowdown Sunglasses fit the bill, featuring a lightweight frame and crystal clear, impact-resistant lenses. But what makes these sunglasses stand out is the technology that filters wavelengths of light that cause color confusion to deliver greater definition, more natural color and clarity. It's called Chromapop, and it means that every set of lenses are tuned to deliver you the ultimate experience, whether you're on a ski slope, a mountainous hike, or driving along the interstate. Live each adventure in more detail with Smith Lowdown Sunglasses and the revolutionary Chromapop lens technology.
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Inspired by the midnight sun of Norway's blue city, the Mahabis Sortland Navy Luxe Slipper stands out with a sculpted navy nubuck leather upper. Part of the Luxe collection, it features the same soft sheepswool lining and matching detachable sole as its beige and black counterparts, as well as the collapsible heel and cushioned insole you'll find on every Mahabis slipper. In other words, it's the ultimate downtime footwear, keeping your feet comfortable both inside and out.
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We spend on average 7.5 hours a day staring at a screen, and our eyes are slowly paying the consequences. Founded by former analysts Felix Gray makes the best of the situation. Available in non-Rx and reading options, their clear lens filters the most harmful wavelengths of blue light and eliminates glare to combat eyestrain and headaches. They offer multiple frames handcrafted from premium Italian acetate to suit all face shapes and personal styles.
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Inspired in part by paper bags and parachutes, the Nikelab ACG.07.KMTR rethinks how you put on your shoes. In place of traditional laces, it uses a draw cord to pull the stretchy water-resistant upper shell around your foot, and a forefoot strap with a magnetic buckle to provide added stabilization. Its rubber outsole has lugs for excellent traction on wet urban streets, and the foam insole gives all-day cushioning without weighing you down.
Common Projects is known for its minimal designs. Moscot, for its classic eyewear. The Moscot x Common Projects Type One Sunglasses merge the two aesthetics in one timeless pair of shades. Matte black Italian acetate is used for the majority of the frame, complemented by high-gloss metal details. G15 glass lenses offer both UVA and UVB protection, and the interior gold printing with unique serial number serve as a callback to Common's popular sneakers. Limited to just 500 examples, they arrive in a fine leather case with custom chamois for cleaning.
One of the rarest Rolex ever to come up for sale, this Rolex Oyster Paul Newman Daytona Gold Watch is one of just three yellow gold with screw down pusher models known to exist. Beyond its rarity, highlights of this reference 6263 — nicknamed "The Legend" — include its "lemon" dial, a far cry from the ivory most commonly seen on stainless Paul Newmans, and its white subdial registers. Manufactured in 1969 and brilliantly preserved, it recently set the record for most expensive Daytona ever sold.
Sporting a military-type tricolor coating developed specifically for this model, the Bell & Ross BR03-92 Black Camo Watch is the ideal timepiece for your next stealth op. Its circular dial is covered with a matte gray camouflage design, with a date window at 4:30 and cutouts for the numerals and indices that allow the layer of black Superluminova below to show through. Included black rubber and black synthetic fabric straps complement the 42mm matte black ceramic case.
Created as part of the Swiss retailer's 130th anniversary Blue Editions collection, the Tudor x Bucherer Heritage Black Bay Bronze Blue Watch is a unique take on an already handsome timepiece. Mechanically identical to the standard model, including the Tudor MT5601 in-house movement and 43mm bronze alloy case, it swaps the brown dial and bezel of the original with dark blue components. It's finished with a new blue and bronze fabric strap with bronze hardware and has an engraving commemorating the anniversary on the rear.
Named after the first syllable in "human," Adidas' Hu range celebrates the power of collaboration and creativity. The Adidas x Pharrell Williams Tennis Hu is the latest entry in the series. An all-new silhouette, it's Pharrell's first signature model, combining a white Primeknit upper with a lightweight EVA midsole. Like on a runner, the lacing system is built into the shoe's body, and the kicks are finished with a suede tongue tab featuring the Adidas Originals insignia. Available in white/green or white/yellow.
Typically when buying a watch, you're limited to just a handful of case and strap combinations. The Shinola Canfield Bolt Watch defies this logic by letting you pick from over 200 possible combinations. The clean sunray dial has three hands, no indexes, and its namesake bolt in place of the full Shinola logo. It's available in five colors and three 43mm case finishes and is powered by an Argonite 713 quartz movement. To finish it off the company's offering a staggering number of strap and bracelet options, from simple NATO nylon to alligator leather and stainless steel, ensuring you'll be able to build one to match your style.