5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a pair of bold shorts to some cool home goods

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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No need to steal from the pool boy. Hiro Clark has just collaborated with Ace Hotel and these are the towels you'll see scattered around the pools in Palm Springs and downtown Los Angeles. Soft, textured cotton is accented with some classic stripes and finished with an oversized HC tag for easy hanging. It's all the style of swiping a souvenir without the guilt.

Textured cotton towel,
$54 by Hiro Clark x Ace Hotel


Make a statement this summer. NOAH's new abstract shirt mixes Hockney and Stella vibes for a bold, yet pastel take on a classic camp collar shirt. Cut from crisp poplin—a key warm-weather shirting fabric since it's lightweight and breezy—there are matching shorts too. That is, if you really want to make statement.

Abstract shirt,
$188 by NOAH



Tiger camo is cooler than regular camo. It just is. And surprisingly, the military print is more versatile than you might think. These relaxed cotton ripstop shorts form Obey have a comfortable elastic waistband with a drawstring and deep side pockets. You'll wear them with classic polos, with solid tees and even camp collar shirts. What's more, the cotton fabric keeps getting softer with each wear and wash.

Relaxed tiger camo shorts,
$69 by Obey


You home needs pieces like this. One part art, one part utility. This heavy shallow vessel is crafted from cool white marble and sits atop a slim cross base in antique brass. It makes for a great catch-all for your entry table or desk. You could put it on your coffee table or use it to store fruit on a kitchen counter or table.

Solstice bowl,
$110 at Jayson Home



Steve McQueen is never a bad reference point. It's a classic because he always looks cool. Case in point, the short sleeve sweatshirt. Even if you're not jumping on a motorcycle, it's a great look. Velva Sheen still makes theirs the old fashioned way, cut from garment-dyed French Terry finished with flatlock stitched seams. Thankfully, it's light enough to wear even on the warmest of days.

Short sleeve sweatshirt,
$100 by Velva Sheen

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