George Banks’s line of whimsically embroidered unisex leather bags, Florist, began as an Instagram-based side hustle. Now they’re the new underground It bags in downtown NYC ($600).
We love a pristine pearl necklace—but not as much as we love the organic forms of Beepy Bella’s charming one-of-a-kind creations ($345).
For those in-between late-spring days, the Italian outerwear specialists at Herno have a solution: this midweight cotton-linen houndstooth shirt-jacket ($715).
The shrunken Thom Browne cardigan will go down in fashion history as an iconic piece of design. Spring calls for a pastel riff on the classic ($1,490).
The napa leather used by Salvatore Ferragamo is famously supple. Your thighs deserve nothing less this spring ($2,800).
Chunky Tassel Loafers
Give Fred Perry a Bass Weejun and he’ll transform the East Coast essential into an East London staple ($220).
You already know Burberry’s legendary tartan—now let designer Riccardo Tisci introduce you to a more global check lexicon ($820).
Throw it back to the golden age of designer fragrances with this homage to Versace L’Homme, the classic cologne introduced in 1984 ($525).
A version of this story originally appeared in the May 2020 issue with the title “Rare Air and 19 Other Spring Drops for Dunking on Your Friends.”
Photographs by Matt Martin
Prop stylists: Stella Rey at Mark Edward Inc.