Once upon a time, if you needed the perfect gray trouser, you went to Boss. You can still do that, but now the label also makes the perfect dusty-purple trouser too ($398).
With cowboy-inspired embroidery, this Hermès Haut à Courroies (which is like a supersized Birkin) is the latest ultra-collectible duffel coming soon to Drake’s closet ($21,800).
It’s Not A Mask. It’s A Balaclava.
Ever since Raf Simons’s brilliant and controversial spring 2002 collection, the slightly sinister (but incredibly cool) balaclava has been one of the designer’s staples ($343).
The Down Sweater
If your go-to insulation piece isn’t filled with Goldwin’s signature ceramic-fiber-embedded down, which helps trap and increase body heat, your winter layering system might need an upgrade ($460).
Upgrade your happy-hour ritual with Estelle’s handblown jewel-toned wine/cocktail/kombucha tumblers ($65 for set of two).
Yohji Yamamoto’s brooding, cerebral aesthetic is having a major moment: On the heels of a Supreme collab, the Japanese master has stamped his signature on a limited-edition Hublot Big Bang ($22,800).
At a time when we’re inundated with retro-sneaker revivals, the first independent original design by Pyer Moss founder Kerby Jean-Raymond zooms forward to 2050 ($595).
A version of this story originally appeared in the December/January 2021 issue with the title “Holiday Gifts For The Most Important Person On Your List: You.”
Portrait by Tom Keelan
Still photographs by Martin Brown
Prop stylist: Stella Rey at Mark Edward Inc.