5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a serious winter coat to a new way to shave

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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In need of some serious winter protection? Taylor Stitch partnered with an absolute giant in the world of outdoor and mountaineering gear, Holubar, known for innovative pieces that have shown up on the sporting circuit and the silver screen (De Niro's iconic orange parka in The Deer Hunter for example). This new coat showcases Holubar's technical prowess and Taylor Stitch's commitment to smart, sustainable manufacturing. From the materials (dry wax organic cotton shell, lamb's wool lining) to the many utility-focused features (removable alpaca hood, down fill, storm flap along the zippered front enclosure), this is as insulating as it is handsome.

Flatiron jacket,
$898 by Taylor Stitch x Holubar


There are classics, and there are “really nice classics.” This falls into that latter category. Freemans Sporting Club always puts a little something extra into their clothes. You notice it in the little details when you put on the garment. Case in point: the brand's new CS-2 shirt. Made in Portugal from soft, organic cotton and finished with natural horn buttons, it's dyed with natural indigo so it will wear-in and develop a personalized patina the more you wear it.

CS-2 denim shirt,
$190 by Freemans Sporting Club



Consider this a smarter holiday night cap. The most advanced natural sleep gummy, now available in a holiday-ready flavor: Hot Toddy. Unlike most sleep aids out there (wildly ineffective or overly medicalized), these actually help soothe you to sleep and leave you feeling refreshed and rested the next morning—not groggy and disoriented. And the fact that they taste like a soothing punch of whiskey, citrus and warm spices? Even better.

Hot Toddy sleep gummies,
$39 by ASYSTEM


Want to shave smarter? GilletteLabs latest men's razor promises a shave as quick and easy as washing your face. How? It's the world's first razor with exfoliating technology built right into the handle with an integrated exfoliating bar that removes dirt and debris to smooth skin before the blades pass over your face. When you're done shaving, slide your razor into the sleek magnetic stand that keeps everything clean, dry and ready for your next shave.

GilletteLabs exfoliating razor,
$42.99 by Gillette



Hamilton is building a nice reputation for cinematic timepieces. The brand's watches can be seen in Interstellar and TENET, and now they're releasing a limited-edition version of its legendary digital timepiece in conjunction with The Matrix Resurrections film. The brand's popular Pulsar was the world's first digital electronic watch in 1970. And this refresh has been upgraded with an all-black PVD coating, green LCD numerals and a caseback engraved with the film's signature “digital rain” pattern. But in a nod to the year the first Matrix was released, only 1,999 are available, so you'd better move fast if you want one.

PSR MTX digital watch,
$995 by Hamilton

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