With Pyer Moss, Lemaire, and Thom Browne
Nothing says “business” like a blazer. A cipher for being the boss of something, our aesthetic choices seem more and more inclined toward professional—or at the very least, well-tailored. But blazers are becoming more fun than authoritarian, and we’ve rounded up our favorites.
Jacquemus Pink ‘La Veste Qui Vole’ Blazer
From peonies to Pepto Bismol, pink pops up sporadically—this blazer is no exception. Its name suggests this garment flies, or flutters maybe, like the petals of a cherry blossom. Jacquemus is always in bloom.
Issey Miyake Grey Faded Basic Blazer
The master of pleats brings us woven cotton. The muted hue of stonewashed gray ensures an ease of wear ideal for picnics, a day at the office, or blending into a concrete wall, if you must.
Off-White Black Tomboy Blazer
Your go-to black blazer, but gently branded. Because basics aren’t as fun when nobody can tell where they’re from.
Lemaire Tan Dry Silk Double-Breasted Blazer
Nothing says minimalism better than silk in a dependable beige. Need we say more?
Pyer Moss Purple Wrap Blazer
Forgoing the usual (boring?) button-closure, this blazer opts for tie-fastening instead—in a color that’s as unique as the garment itself.
Thom Browne Multicolor Tweed Seasonal Blazer
Tweed gets an upgrade of the Mini Egg variety. But don’t be fooled into thinking this blazer is for springtime holidays only—remember, 2020 is the year we ensure our suiting is saturated.
Stay sleek and protected year round with tech accessories boasting details both playful and sophisticated. Curate a collection of iPhone cases to complement any whim—from molded silicon to embossed leather and rigid resin, our selection of hardware simultaneously facilitates function, protection, and an extension of personal style. Further extend and customize with permanent leather adhesives, or collect one phone case of every color. Muted pastels complement inky jewel tones, while delicate florals segue into iconic graphics. Matte or glossy, hard or soft, patinaed or raw, synthetic or organic, our women’s tech accessories tread the line between eccentric and irreverent, enabling uninhibited expressions of style.
From Gucci, to Converse, to Nike
Forget a “new you,” what’s the best thing about a new year? New shoes, duh. It’s time to make space for 2020’s latest drops, ‘cause if there’s one thing that’s certain about the future, it’s sneakers.
Gucci White Ultraspace Sneakers
Go anti-gravity with Gucci. Climbing mountains is easiest when there’s nothing holding you down, and these Ultraspace sneakers will have you bouncing to Mars faster than Elon Musk can say “satellite.”
Adidas Originals Black ZX 4000 4d Sneakers
“I WANT” and “I CAN” decorate the sides of these sneakers, the perfectly punchy mantras to carry you into the new year, new you.
Nike Multicolor Daybreak QS Low Sneakers
These daybreak sneakers mimic the color of a sunrise—warm gold, burning scarlet, and fluffy marled cloud. Swoop in for the kicks you can slip into every morning.
Off-White Multicolor Arrows Sneakers
Complete with trademark zip tie, X marks the spot on these multicolor sneakers. With accents in fluo and fuschia, the arrow on these proves that the only way to move this year is forward.
Vetements White and Black Reebok Edition Spike Runner 200 Sneakers
Zebra print gone askew, these Spike runners are a new spin on a sportswear stalwart. Arty or animal kingdom, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be kicking up dust.
Converse Green Chuck 70 High Sneakers
Put your best Chuck forward in a hue that seems to symbolize the frosty time we have to wait until the first green appears. A subdued and subtle rendition of one of the most iconic sneaker silhouettes—green is something you can’t help but notice.
New Balance Navy 574 Sneakers
Purveyor of everybody’s favorite Dad sneakers, New Balance delivers the 574 in a new colorway. A classic style in navy, gray, and turquoise.
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