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March, we hardly knew you. But showers notwithstanding, we’re looking forward to April and the opportunities it may provide to don a Liberty print bucket hat by A.P.C., cashmere-silk knit shirts from Colhay’s and deerskin leather loafers via P. Johnson. And in case that’s not enough, this week sees also the launch of a new Tusting tote and the opening up of a Japan-only Red Wing boot to the rest of the world. That’s our cue…
Heritage English bagmaker Tusting is back with a new collection, which includes the Silverstone tote. Made from 24oz water and stain-resistant canvas and kitted out with an internal zip pocket that can store a laptop, it’s built with both longevity and capacity in mind.
The English Difference Waffle Marl Kimono Cardigan Navy
A straight-up kimono is a bit difficult to wear in your day-to-day, but what if said kimono was actually… a cardigan? That’s the proposition behind this waffle-knit cotton piece from the English Difference, whose tie fastenings can be hidden away in the pockets for when you’re feeling more cardigan and less kimono.
Red Wing Classic Moc Men’s 6-Inch Boot in Hawthorne Abilene Leather
Previously a Japan-only exclusive, Red Wing’s Classic Moc in Hawthorne Abilene roughout leather is now available to the rest of the world for the very first time. Exclusive pedigree aside, consider pairing them to the never-fails combination of selvedge denim and a white tee.
Brunello Cucinelli Double-Breasted Herringbone Linen Suit Jacket
If Thurston Howell III of Gilligan’s Island fame were shipwrecked off the coast of Italy, we imagine that the fictional millionaire might be clad in something like this double-breasted suit jacket from Brunello Cucinelli. Its sage-colored herringbone linen fabric lends it a Mediterranean air, while the gold-tone buttons allow just the slightest touch of country club chic to shine through.
Colhay’s Cashmere Silk Resort Shirt in Ivory
Visually speaking, a white dress shirt and Colhay’s “resort shirt” are not dissimilar. But the subtle differences of cloth and color—in this case, an elegant ivory hue and a knit blend of cashmere and silk—turn it into a piece more likely to be worn reclining in a deck chair then sitting behind a desk.
Universal Works Pleated Track Pant in Stone
For evidence of how far the once-reviled pleat has come, look no further than these cotton track pants from Universal Works. And by deftly combining a single pleated front with an elasticated waistband, they can play nice with a plain white tee or a double-breasted blazer.
PML Sportcoat M&E Wool/Linen/Silk
If you’re the type of tweed addict that despairs at rising temperatures, consider this PML sportcoat made in Italy from a blend of wool, silk and linen milled by Marling & Evans. Although the jacket is lightweight and unstructured, a glen plaid pattern overlaid with a green windowpane gives it the look of a favorite country tweed.
A.P.C. Marlon Bucket Hat
Spring showers and spring flowers are equally represented by this A.P.C. bucket hat, which can keep heads dry while displaying a vibrant floral print soured from Liberty of London.
Marané Blue Linen Lightweight Shorts
The opportunity to wear shorts will be here sooner than you know it—and when it comes, you’d best be prepared. Pass that test with these linen shorts from Marané, which match turn-up cuffs to an easy drawstring waist.
Henderson Baracco Suede Boat Shoes
Not content to allow New England to have all the fun, these Italian-made boat shoes from Henderson Baracco reimagine the style’s silhouette with a more rounded toe and a chunky rubber outsole. Sort them into a preppy mix with chinos and a polo or embrace their Mediterranean origins with white denim and a short-sleeved linen shirt.
St. John by Drake’s Butcher’s Stripe Moleskin Five-Pocket Chore Jacket
Drake’s has served a second helping of its collaboration with the Michelin-starred London restaurant St. John. This particular course features a brushed moleskin chore jacket in a bold butcher’s stripe, complete with two oversized “poacher’s pockets” that could conceivably conceal anything from a baguette to a bottle of wine.
P. Johnson Dark Chocolate Deerskin Alfresco Loafer
Just in time for loafer season to properly commence, P. Johnson has introduced its new Alfresco loafer. Made in Italy and marked by a shorter vamp, a rounded pin-stitched toe and a leather outsole, it’s a “loafer” in the most classical definition of the word.
Gabriela Coll Garments Blue No.196 Denim Jacket
To properly appreciate this denim jacket from Gabriela Coll Garments, you may first have to unlearn everything you know about denim jackets. After achieving this, you’ll be in a proper state to admire its deep V-neck, two-way zipper closure, distressed patch pockets and other unorthodox features.
Brioni Benedict Monk-Strap Leather Shoes
You may have heard that double monk strap shoes are mounting a comeback.
But if you’re not prepared to go full dub-strap, consider slow-walking its return with these elegant single monks from Brioni.
Tom Ford Viscose & Wool Raglan Collar Jacket
Not many designers could make a powder pink-colored bomber jacket appear masculine—but Tom Ford is not your average designer. Details like a stand collar and a throat latch lend it a surprising gravitas, while a lightweight wool-viscose fabric suits it to the warmer weather to come.