Leave it to Versace to propose the sexy summer silhouette—crop top, capris—that will (hopefully) emerge from the ashes of un-fun pandemic style (shirt, $695; shorts, $595).
The new Cartier Santos-Dumont makes a strong argument that there’s no combination in timekeeping more beautiful than a yellow-gold case, blued-steel hands, and a green gator strap ($14,300).
Even the Alexander McQueen ateliers got crafty during COVID lockdown, experimenting with dip-dyeing garments like this dreamy lambskin jacket ($4,090).
With simple, slinky shapes, Kenneth Ize lets his achingly beautiful knits—woven in Italy—do the talking (shirt, $486; pants, $532).
Is it a poncho? A cape? The next JW Anderson garment destined for viral glory? Jonathan Anderson packs a world of possibilities into the humble military overcoat ($695).
Made with panels of cast-off clothing, this slinky Ahluwalia tank top is yet another indication that upcycling is the future of fashion ($397).
As even the most committed fashion cowboy will tell you, high-shaft boots can be ungainly. So Angelo Urrutia, the Engineered Garments alum behind 4SDesigns, made shit-kickers with a comfortable shape that’ll accommodate any pant ($1,090).
A version of this story originally appeared in the February 2021 issue with the title “The 22 Wildest, Most Covetable Pieces From the Spring Collections.”
Still photographs by Martin Brown
Prop stylist: Claire Tedaldi For Halley Resources