The Anklet… And 9 More Unexpected Fashion Flexes To Make This Month

Diamond Rings
Diamonds are anyone’s best friend when they’re nestled in Eli Halili’s tactile, handwrought gold rings (from top, $16,500 and $45,000).

Pants, $850, by Marni / Shoes, $690, by Church’s / Socks, $28, by Falke

Tiffany’s New Drip
This 18-karat-gold chain from Tiffany & Co.’s brand-new men’s collection is a great bracelet—and an even better anklet ($6,800).

Shagadelic Belt
What do you wear with a furry belt? Anything you want. That’s the point of Martine Rose’s delightfully twisted normcore vision ($355).

Trés Chic Carafe
Christian Dior knew how to live the good life; that spirit is translated by Karl Lagerfeld disciple Cordelia de Castellane into Dior Maison’s new line of glassware ($750).

Montblanc Chronograph
Salmon is in season! Montblanc’s vintage-inspired pulsograph chronograph is a coppery-dialed stunner ($30,000).

Art Wallet
Hedi Slimane is collaborating with a rotating cast of buzzy young artists—like Anneli Henriksson—who bring their playful graphics to Celine’s elegant accessories ($540).

Leopard Wallabees
Clarks gave Wu-Tang’s footwear of choice, the Wallabee, a wild update. And an upgrade: like your priciest hard-bottoms, these are made in Italy ($310).

Jacket, approximately $9,200, and pants, approximately $1,320, by Louis Vuitton 2054 / Rings, his own

Virgil Abloh’s 2054 Vision
Fashion futurist Virgil Abloh isn’t afraid to reboot the codes of Louis Vuitton. Hence his latest project, 2054, which features performance pieces like this trippy 3D-monogram bag made of a water-repellent technical nylon-jersey textile ($3,850).

A version of this story originally appeared in the November 2019 issue with the title “The Anklet… And 9 More Unexpected Fashion Flexes To Make This Month.”

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