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The 22 Wildest, Most Covetable Pieces From the Spring Collections

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Courtesy of Versace.

Post-Covid Clubwear

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).

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Photograph by Martin Brown. Prop stylist, Claire Tedaldi for Halley Resources.

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).

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Photograph by Martin Brown. Prop stylist, Claire Tedaldi for Halley Resources.

Even the Alexander McQueen ateliers got crafty during COVID lockdown, experimenting with dip-dyeing garments like this dreamy lambskin jacket ($4,090).

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Courtesy of Kenneth Ize.

Non-Suit Suit

With simple, slinky shapes, Kenneth Ize lets his achingly beautiful knits—woven in Italy—do the talking (shirt, $486; pants, $532).

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Photograph by Martin Brown. Prop stylist, Claire Tedaldi for Halley Resources.

Patchwork Poncho

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).

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Photograph by Martin Brown. Prop stylist, Claire Tedaldi for Halley Resources.

Upcycled Singlet

Made with panels of cast-off clothing, this slinky Ahluwalia tank top is yet another indication that upcycling is the future of fashion ($397).

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Photograph by Martin Brown. Prop stylist, Claire Tedaldi for Halley Resources.

Wearable Westerns

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.”


PRODUCTION CREDITS: 
Still photographs by Martin Brown 
Prop stylist: Claire Tedaldi For Halley Resources

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