5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From modern sweats to a Bond-worthy pen

5 stylish items to buy this week

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.


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These are the kind of sweats you feel good about wearing. Nike's tapered tie-dyed sweats are cut from soft, loopback cotton-blend jersey in a cool tonal-grey and white colorway. They've got the kind of style that looks and feels elevated from your everyday sweats.

Loopback jersey sweatpants,
$70 by Nike


Heat things up this fall. If you're into authentic Asian street food like noodles and satays, you'll appreciate this spicy, crunchy topper from chef David Chang. Slightly thick and textured—thanks to an abundance of sesame seeds and dried garlic and shallots—there's a nice tingly heat from three different chilis. You'll keep finding ways to add this smoky-sweet punch of umami spice to your dishes.

Chili crunch,
$10 by Momofuku



Make your voice heard. That's the point of this shirt, designed by the folks at Imogene + Willie in Nashville for STAG's new STAG VOTES collection. The soft, vintage-feeling tee is cut and sewn in Los Angeles and features a hand-drawn silk-screened graphic. What's more, all proceeds from the collection are split evenly between Battleground Texas, Fair Fight, Indivisible and When We All Vote.

Speak Out tee,
$68 by Imogene + Willie


Give yourself a mental vacation. This handsome, retro-styled handheld radio streams live radio from more than a dozen international cities, from Barcelona and Beijing to Sydney and Tokyo. Each city button automatically tunes in the first available radio station from the printed locale. It can also act as a traditional Bluetooth speaker when you're not letting it carry you away to some far-off destination.

The City Radio,
$120 by Palomar



This is a lot more handy than a regular multi-tool. Or a standard pen for that matter. This Bond-level tool, made from copper and aluminum, integrates a phone stand, metric and inch ruler, a clip and a bottle opener—all in one sleek, angular pen. Pull off the stylus tip to reveal a combination flat head and Phillips screwdriver, or simply twist the knurled bottom to use it as an everyday writing implement.

Multifunction pen,
$20 by Atech

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