Once upon a time when you needed the perfect gray pants you went to Boss. You can still do that, but now the label makes the perfect dusty purple pants ($ 398) too.
With cowboy-inspired embroidery Hermes Haut à Courroies (that’s like an oversized Birkin) is the latest ultra-collectable duffel bag coming soon to Drake’s closet ($ 21,800).
It’s not a mask. It’s a balaclava.
Since Raf Simons The brilliant and controversial Spring 2002 collection, the somewhat eerie (but incredibly cool) balaclava, was one of the designer’s staples ($ 343).
The down sweater
If your insulating piece is not filled Goldwins The signature ceramic-fiber down that traps and increases body heat may require an upgrade ($ 460).
Enhance your happy hour ritual Estelles Hand-blown, gem-colored wine / cocktail / kombucha tumbler (65 USD for a set of 2).
Yohji Yamamoto The brooding, cerebral aesthetic has a big moment: on the heels of a Supreme collaboration, the Japanese master stamped his signature on a limited edition Hublot Big Bang ($ 22,800).
At a time when we’re inundated with retro sneaker revivals, the first independent original design by Pyer Moss Founder Kerby Jean-Raymond zooms in to 2050 ($ 595).
A version of this story originally appeared in the December / January 2021 issue, entitled “Christmas Presents For The Most Important Person On Your List: You”.
Portrait of Tom Keelan
Still images of Martin Brown
Prop stylist: Stella Rey at Mark Edward Inc.