A go-to source for some of the world’s most luxurious and rare materials, Loro Piana offers a wide range of scarves, including this plaid model in baby cashmere, to upgrade any wardrobe.
Passavant and Lee
Made with top-quality leather and aircraft-grade aluminum side panels, Passavant and Lee’s bags are attention-getters. This practical, lightweight weekender is a prime example.
The belt has emerged as a key accessory this year, and Bottega Veneta provides the strongest assortment, from this blue woven-leather model to more classic styles.
The Chelsea boot is an enduring style that’s always in fashion, year in and year out—and examples from the British shoemaker John Lobb are exceptionally well made.
The leather-goods experts at Stefano Ricci are helping to sustain Italy’s heritage of artisan craftsmanship. Standout creations include this woven-leather briefcase bearing the brand’s signature eagle emblem.
A master of many things, Ralph Lauren started 50 years ago designing ties. With attention now back on the necktie, Lauren’s collection of updated classics, including this silk-and-cashmere version, presents the best variety.
The pocket square adds an element of elegance to sporty or dress looks, and nobody does it better than Charvet. Established in 1838, the French shirtmaker is a go-to source for neckties and scarves.
Since the 1930s, Hestra has been advancing the art of handmade gloves. The family-owned company’s array of choices runs the gamut from sporty options to the hand-sewn hairsheep version shown here.
This pair of hybrid double monk-strap shoes with sporty lug soles is the reason Santoni is on this year’s Best of the Best list. They deliver just the right blend of comfort and style that men desire today.