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What better way to begin the new year than with some of the greatest new menswear arrivals? In particular, we’re talking suede mountain boots from Anglo-Italian, a colorfully trimmed pajama shirt from Drake’s and shearling-lined slippers via Paul Smith. And if that hasn’t yet captured your interest, think on some seafoam-colored Fear of God trainers or a double-brushed Japanese flannel shirt. Here’s to starting 2022 on a well-dressed note.
Corridor Vibrant Fall Herringbone Raglan Jacket
Featuring raglan sleeves, button tab cuffs and a belted back, this herringbone jacket from Corridor nails the classic details while staying modern with a shorter length and a wool-blend fabric. Toss it over a Shetland sweater and corduroys or joggers with a hooded sweatshirt.
Drake’s Brushed Cotton Pajama Shirt with Multi Piping
Wearing this Drake’s pajama shirt with multicolored piping might be the most fun you can have in bed with your clothes on. It’s made from brushed Italian cotton and can be paired to matching trousers if you want to go for the full “Jimmy Stewart in Rear Window” look.
Bryceland’s x Bowhill & Elliott Velvet Slippers Wine
This collab between vintage-loving retailer Bryceland’s and 146-year-old British shoemaker Bowhill & Elliot sees the smoking slipper embroidered with traditional Native American imagery. We’re particularly taken with this Navajo double cross, set against a background of rich burgundy velvet.
Homme Plissé Issey Miyake Chidori Houndstooth Blazer
This houndstooth blazer from Issey Miyake is more deconstructed than a college lit course with an easy, relaxed fit and simple buttoned cuffs. Whether you decide to it wear with a fine-gauge turtleneck or a knit tee underneath, embrace the slouch.
Luca Faloni Pure Cashmere Polo Sweater
With the polo sweater popping all over this season, it’s high time you invested in one of your own. We’ll direct you to the good folks at Luca Faloni, who have crafted this iteration from 100 percent cashmere in Northern Italy.
Polo Ralph Lauren Floral Print Pile Fleece Pullover
After seeing this number from Polo Ralph Lauren, you may ask yourself why floral-printed fleece pullovers aren’t more common. In the meantime, throw it over white denim and a chambray shirt.
Fear of God Essentials Tennis Low
What feels like the umpteenth reinvention of the tennis shoe is redeemed by its unique coloration: seafoam. Pair the Italian-made sneakers to white denim or beige corduroys to make the most of its popping hue.
Engineered Garments Loiter Ripstop Jacket
We’ve all missed going out, but how about the time-honored tradition of social loitering? You’ll look best doing it in this appropriately named jacket from Engineered Garments, which classes it up with triple patch pockets, back waist adjusters and other tailored details.
Giorgio Armani Linen and Silk-Blend Cardigan
If winter in your part of the world has proven exceptionally mild—or never happens—you may be in need of a sweater made from lighter stuff. Enter Giorgio Armani, who produced this patterned cardigan from a lightweight linen and silk blend.
Anglo-Italian Crepe Sole Mountain Boot
Anglo-Italian pays tribute to Gianni Agnelli with this softly constructed suede mountain boot that can be comfortably worn with tailoring. Made on the same last as the brand’s desert boot, it benefits from a reduced toe spring and a low toe profile.
Zegna Men’s Cashmere Sweatpants
You might be sick of sweatpants by now—but surely not these sweatpants, made by Zegna from pure cashmere. Their toasty, dark beige hue sweetens the deal.
Museum of Peace & Quiet Wordmark Baseball Cap
You can’t quite remember when you visited the Museum of Peace & Quiet, but you must have. How else to explain this cotton-twill baseball cap that was surely purchased at its gift shop?
Maison Margiela Wool Cable Knit Sweater
In the able hands of Maison Margiela, the Guernsey sweater gets a little less salty and a lot more luxe. The nautical knit features a traditionally patterned upper torso, but in a scale more appropriate to Downtown than the docks.
Paul Smith Mauro Suede Slippers
With beige leather trim and shearling insoles, these suede slippers from Paul Smith are about as fancy as a slipper can be before it becomes something else. Their rubber soles will be appreciated on morning errand runs that turn into something more.
Warehouse “5-Hydroxy-Tryptamine” Winter Flannel
5-hydroxytryptamine—aka serotonin—is the namesake for this winter-weight flannel shirt form Japanese label Warehouse. We’re not quite sure how it landed on the chemically inspired name, but the feeling of the shirt’s double-brushed interior may have something to do with it.