In case you didn't know — or couldn't deduce from the title — The Omega Speedmaster was the first watch worn on the moon. And the Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Watch was created to celebrate that fact. Limited to just 1,969 pieces, this bold timepiece features a 42mm titanium and Sedna gold case, a black PVD dial with Sedna gold hands and indexes, a chronograph, tachymeter, and small seconds dial, and a brown coated nylon fabric strap inspired by straps given to NATO military personnel. All it's missing is a chunk of moon rock somewhere.
We can only guess that the Patagonia Houdini Jacket gets its name from its uncanny ability to disappear into its own small zippered chest pocket — pulling a vanishing act that would make its namesake proud. For all its ability to compress into a tiny, packable pouch, this jacket isn't without its utility, featuring a durable, waterproof, and light nylon shell, that still lets your body breathe while blocking the wind and cold. Drawstrings at the hem and hood coupled with half elastic cuffs let you really get snugly when the mercury drops, while reflective logos on the front and back mean you can be seen when you need to.
Old meets new in the Olivier Jonquet Elie Watch. Inspired by watches from the 1910s and '20s, this unique timepiece features a 38mm cushion-shaped stainless steel case available in polished or satin finish, a hand-wound France Ebauche movement, a highly readable white and black face with hours, minutes, and a small second hand at 6 o'clock as well as period-appropriate numbers, a handmade black calf leather strap — vintage ammo pouch leather or Caiman straps are also available — and the ability to go straight from a formal business setting to casual wear.