5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a Japanese Levi's collaboration to some skincare help

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.

1

Don't call it a cardigan. Sure, it's knit and closes with buttons down the front, but this vintage-inspired style is more of a polo hybrid. Design details include welt pockets, smoked shell buttons and a material made from a fine Italian silk and cotton. Toss it on over a plain tee for an easy outfit upgrade. Or button it up and layer it under a coat for a shot of graphic style.

Silk and cotton full placket polo,
$268 by Todd Snyder

2

We're big fans of Corridor's clothing. It's cool, it's comfortable and it always makes us look good. And, really, you could say the same thing about the brand's new fragrance. The scent itself is made from layers of wood and evergreens mixed with spices and even a hint of fresh coffee beans. Dubbed “Static,” it's meant to evoke “the first moments of unspoken attraction between two people” and is the culmination of a solid year of work between Corridor and 150-year-old French perfume house Mane.

Static cologne,
$185 by Corridor

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3

Go big or go home, right? Levi's latest collaboration is with Beams—a brand as iconically Japanese as Levi's is quintessentially American. This is actually the third time the two have paired up and we're just gonna say it: third time's the charm. Because Beams paid tribute to Levi's heritage by creating bold new pieces using classic styles and washes. Like this stretched out and oversized trucker jacket, cut from selvedge denim and finished with back pleating with a back belt.

Wide Trucker jacket,
$280 by Levi's x Beams

4

How's your skin feeling? Between the winter weather, still plenty of masking and the over indulgence of the holidays, ours is feeling a little rough. It could use some love and this new multitasking cream from Port Products is tailor-made to take care of worn-out skin. Use it as a daily clay cleanser or leave it on for 10 minutes as a weekly exfoliating mask. Finely ground walnut shells and exfoliating lactic and salicylic acids clear away dead skin while kaolin clay gently removes excess oil without stripping the skin of moisture. Finally, barley seed extract soothes irritation while repairing skin for the future.

Double Down cleanser and mask,
$28 by Port Products

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5

One of our go-to brands is going to the gym. Saturdays NYC just launched an activewear collection and according to the design team, they took years perfecting this fabric that balances a soft, lightweight and slightly stretchy feel with a tight knit structure for durability, drape and excellent moisture-wicking. The first piece we're buying is the long-sleeve tee, finished with raglan sleeves and thumb holes in the cuffs for added warmth.

All Terrain active long-sleeve tee,
$105 by Saturdays NYC

NOTE: Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

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