5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a new footwear brand to a chair inspired by retro Bronco

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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We're here for this anything-goes era of menswear. The patterns are bold and the prints are wild, and it gives any fit a nice shot in the arm. Take this knit vest from Obey. The knit intarsia pattern calls to mind an old school TV test pattern and the acid green and turquoise colorway isn't exactly subtle. But it works—under a jacket or just with a plain tee.

Dazed vest,
$77 by Obey


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Are you eager to travel again? Us too. Db is a Scandinavian brand founded by a freeski legend and an entrepreneur who geeked out on industrial engineering. Together, they specialize in slick yet sturdy travel gear to help you get through any trip. Their take on a classic weekender bag is both timeless and technical. The engineered zipper opens wide to allow you easy packing (and unpacking) while the ribcage bottom protects your gear from bumps and your clothes from wrinkles. Plus it works with Db's Hook-Up system so you can secure it to a roller bag on longer trips.

Æra 40L weekend bag,
$219 / $175.20 by Db



There are good shoes, and then there are great shoes. These are some great shoes. LUCA is a new brand making handsome and hard-wearing footwear in Portugal. They focus on simplicity, sustainability and natural materials above all else. If you were to toss your favorite pair of boots (solid construction, patina) and your go-to sneakers (comfortable, easy) into a blender and pour it into one shoe, it'd be these chukkas. Cut from soft suede with wraparound moccasin stitching, they're finished with a fully leather lined interior and hand-pressed Lactae Hevea outsoles built with raw rubber harvested from trees in France. We got a chance to road test these and can confirm they're the most comfortable chukkas you'll ever wear—right out of the box.

Suede terra doc,
$195 by LUCA


Does this chair look familiar? If we had the money, we'd splurge on one of ICON's meticulously cool resto-mod Broncos. But in the meantime, we're considering one of these chairs, designed by ICON founder Jonathan Ward, commissioned by Autotype. Crafted by California-based furniture makers One For Victory, it's inspired by the timeless lines of the first generation Bronco backbench seat. It's a stylish chair that makes a statement in any room, and only you (and your car-loving guests) will know its origin story.

Bronco chair,
$1,700 by ICON



Practicality can be stylish as well. If you have nowhere to store your bike but in your living room, this vertical bike rack turns your ride into a sculptural art piece. Its unique mounting system self-levels along any surface and stays hidden with a cleverly placed magnet. Crafted from solid walnut and sealed with a satin finish to highlight the natural woodgrain, it's finished with leather powder-coated steel.

Walnut bike rack,
$290 by Artifox

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