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  1. Founded in 2010, the Swiss accessory brand TF Est. 1968—named for the initials and birth year of the company’s founder, Freddy Tschumi—creates products that combine the aesthetics of haute horlogerie...
  2. Retro styling gives sunglasses a fresh look for spring.
  3. About a year ago, while looking at the famous images photographed by William Klein on the streets of Rome during the 1950s, a young designer in New York City named Antonio Ciongoli was struck by the...
  4. A collaboration between one of the United States’ oldest men’s clothiers and a nearly 500-year-old Italian firearms maker has yielded the Brooks Brothers and Beretta Cordura Jacket ( www...
  5. The new Kiton men’s accessories collection ( www.kiton.it ) reflects the same commitment to craftsmanship as the Italian brand’s tailored clothing does. Diego Dolcini, formerly a designer for Gucci,...
  6. Graphic sweaters break up the dark tones of winter. Bold Hermès adds some wit to the varsity sweater with sporty white stripes inside the elbow. www.hermes.com Bolder Bottega Veneta remixes the color...
  7. Like Tom Ford’s red-velvet Orson loafers, the two slipper designs shown here can add flair to a pair of jeans or a trim tuxedo. The Alberto Moretti tassel loafers (available at Barneys New York, www...
  8. The spice routes of Asia inspired the new Tom Ford Atelier d’Orient fragrances ( www.tomford.com ), which are part of the company’s Private Blend range. Each of the four eaux de parfum is priced at $...
  9. Gianni Cerutti scoured the textile factories and workshops of northern Italy to obtain the richly patterned vintage silk and other fabrics in his Passaggio Cravatte bespoke neckwear ( www...
  10. Velvet slippers were invented for entertaining. A plush and comfortable complement to evening wear, they were originally made fashionable by 19th-century aristocrats, who wore them to pad around the...

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