For Brunello Cucinelli’s first-ever collaboration, the don of Dolce Vita linked up with Oliver Peoples to create molto sprezzy frames available in acetate and ultra-rare genuine horn ($593).
Frank Ocean’s fashion brand Homer launched in August with a playful pop line of jewelry and these equally fun luxurious silk scarves ($460).
There are Rimowa suitcases for business travel and then there are Rimowa suitcases for commercial space travel. This—available in an edition of 750—is decidedly the latter ($1,690).
Leave it to Jonathan Anderson, the man who practically created the market for hype slides, to craft the next must-have mules (Loewe, $790).
The Polo Bar is still one of the toughest tables in NYC, but Ralph Lauren’s sophisticated Ralph’s Club fragrance doesn’t require a secret handshake to apply ($110).
Creamy white pearl necklaces have firmly entered the menswear lexicon (more on page 122). Mikimoto’s badass black South Sea cultured pearl necklace is the next step in eye-popping adornment ($23,900).
Prada, Dries Van Noten, Gucci, Celine by Hedi Slimane, MoMA Design Store, George Cortina for Anderson & Sheppard, Ermenegildo Zegna x La Sportiva, Balenciaga, 8 Moncler Palm Angels, Seiko x Rowing Blazers, Saint Laurent Rive Droit, Montblanc, Hèrmes, Givenchy, Rimowa, Loewe, Brunello Cucinelli x Oliver Peoples, Ralph Lauren Fragrances, Supreme, Homer, and Mikimoto: photographs, Martin Brown; prop stylist, Sharon Ryan for Halley Resources. All other photographs: courtesy of brands.
A version of this story originally appeared in the December/January 2022 issue with the title “42 Chart-Topping Gift Ideas.”