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