5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a graphic camp collar shirt to trash can candle

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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Consider these a fresh take on Steve McQueen's legendary folding shades. Persol is following up its iconic 714 sunglasses with a modern interpretation that marks an all-new innovation for the Italian eyewear brand. These are the first foldables to feature a mixed metal-and-acetate composition. But this new design now folds inwards (rather than downwards), which is the result of 10 extra steps in the spec's intricate crafting process. If you're a regular traveler or simply want a truly pocketable set of shades, then this is the pair for you.

Folding PO3274S sunglasses,
$408 by Persol


Take your white summer sneakers to the next level. These patchwork Nikes look like some limited-edition collaboration, but really they're just some comfortable kicks that ring in at just a hundred bucks. Embrace the quiet chaos of the mosaic-like mix of materials, all in tonal shades of white. They make a statement, but they don't shout.

SB Zoom Blazer Mid sneakers,
$100 by Nike



This is the next iteration of the camp collar shirt. The bold, tropical prints are giving way to more sophisticated, abstract and geometric patterns. Sunspel just collaborated with London fashion illustrator Rosie McGuinness for a summer collection and the designs feature rich colors and stylized leaf motifs. Like this shirt, cut from lightweight Italian cotton poplin, tailored in a relaxed fit. Wear it with the matching swim shorts for a sharp, comfortable summer outfit.

Camp collar shirt,
$235 by Sunspel x Rosie McGuinness


Every once in a while, we find something that really works. Jupiter has developed a cult-like following for their haircare products and after test driving the line, we can see why. If you have a dry, itchy or flaky scalp, the Balancing Shampoo will take care of it all. Irritation and annoying flakes clear up in just a few washing, but unlike other medicated shampoos, it won't strip your hair and leave you looking frizzy or flat. It's suitable for all hair types, free of any sulfates or parabens and the added coconut oil leaves hair feeling soft and looking shiny. Now we can see why it continually sells out (so if you want it, put in your order now).

Balancing shampoo,
$24 by Jupiter



Do you know about Lewis Miller's flower flashes? The floral designer has been called “the Banksy of flowers,” installing gargantuan arrangements around cities to the surprise and delight of residents. Now he's made a candle capturing the vibe. The scent is floral but not girly, with notes of sweet jasmine mixed with a woody, leathery depth. Plus, the glass vessel is tinted “sanitation” green and etched with the litter bin's signature diamond pattern.

Flower Flash candle,
$68 by Lewis Miller Designs

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