Some loafers mean business. And some, like these furred-out Santoni pennies, are just here for a good time ($1,520).
Brunello Cucinelli’s unbeatable pocket squares pair the patterns and palette of your favorite bandana with the luxe silk and hand-rolled edges of your grandpa’s hankie ($250 each).
Alessandro Michele’s Gucci has established itself as the gold standard for rock star tailoring, with everyone from Iggy Pop to Harry Styles donning the house’s raucous suits onstage. This modish pea green assemblage, with its high-neck cut and offbeat four-button closure, is plucked straight out of Swinging London’s trippy late-’60s heyday (jacket, $3,600, shirt, $750, pants, $1,350, and tie, $510).