The Valet. team is constantly scouring shops and the web to find the latest and greatest items from the worlds of fashion, footwear and gear. Here, the editors have assembled their latest finds—the items we deem worthy of your hard-earned money. Browse away, treat yourself to something and start the week off right.
We really like these minimalist archival sneakers. Crafted from just off-white leather and trimmed with a slim red and blue grosgrain stripe, they've got the perfect old school style while still looking incredibly "right now." And bonus, the rubber cup-soles add a springy stability to each step.
80S Continental leather sneakers, $80 at Adidas Originals
Tie-dye is definitely having a big moment. Which makes this comfortable individually garment-dyed cotton hoodie extremely cool and relevant. The fact that it's part of a collaboration with The Trevor Project, benefiting LGBTQ pride for the month of June? Even cooler.
Tie-dyed hoodie, $68 by Abercrombie & Fitch
The perfect bench for an entryway or at the foot of a bed, this hand-welded iron frame cradles a soft and cushy leather upholstered seat with midcentury-inspired channeled pleating. It looks wildly expensive but rings in at a fairly reasonable cost considering the lasting quality.
Fontanne leather bench, $699 by West Elm
We first noticed these shorts on John Mayer, and then quickly decided we had to have a pair too. Made with lightweight, durable ripstop fabric, the shorts also feature front zip pockets and a back slash pocket. Plus, they come in five bold colors.
ACG nylon shorts, $65 by Nike
Your favorite shaving brand has expanded into the shower with a line of soaps and body washes. We particularly dig the body wash because it comes in a sleek but oversized bottle that will last months. That, and the stone fragrance is clean and crisp without being over powering.
Body wash, $7 by Harry's
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