5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a designer's first cologne to a sculptural side table

5 stylish items to buy this week 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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There's a lot to appreciate about this jacket. First off, there's the killer fit—the shape of the jacket hugs the body in all the right places while remaining relaxed and comfortable. There's a light crop and taper to the waist, which instantly gives you a sexy badass look. Then there's the fact that it's made from a buttery smooth, vegan leather that looks and feels like the real thing. Seriously, it's got an amazing hand feel and the heavyweight silver hardware adds to the overall luxe feel. Finally, the price rings in way below what you'd expect to pay for such a great looking jacket. It's no wonder this sold out when it was introduced earlier this fall. It's now back, but who knows for how long?

Fairfax vegan blouson,
$180 by Carb


What would you create if you were to make your first fragrance? For designer Todd Snyder, he wanted to capture that “invigorating feeling you get in the morning when you climb over a sand dune and smell the ocean for the first time.” To capture that vibe in a bottle, he worked with one of the coolest fragrance houses today, D.S. & Durga. “We started off by talking about these masculine citrus fragrances from the Nineties,” says perfumer David Seth Moltz. “And the challenge became updating that and incorporating coastal notes like wooly beach heather.” The end result is a light, clean scent that dries down into a deeper, warmer musk throughout the day.

Young Dunes cologne,
$190 by Todd Snyder x D.S. & Durga



There's a lot of style packed into this transatlantic collaboration. You might've heard that New York's Aimé Leon Dore joined up with London-based tailoring brand, Drake's for a capsule collection this winter. But, by far, this is our favorite piece and there still are a wide range of sizes left. Their take on the chore coat is made from a substantial cotton with a hardy herringbone weave that is reverse raised during finishing for a vintage appearance and feel. It's got three outer pockets (plus a signature Drake's ticket pocket peaking out on the left-hand side), along with some handsome chain stitching on the chest and across the back. Trust us, this is a piece that you'll find yourself wearing all the time.

Chain-stitch chore jacket,
$745 by Drake's x Aimé Leon Dore


Who says your furniture can't also be a sculpture? Barcelona-based Mermelada Estudio created this unexpected side table for CB2, taking design elements from the French industrial and Cubist movements. The curved stone base is made from polished Brown Forest marble from India—known for its striking orange and tonal grey veining. From that sprouts a cast aluminum top with a textured bronze finish. It's the perfect size to set a cocktail or a candle on and makes for a convenient spot to toss your remote. But it also looks great just standing there on its own.

Spazio marble side table,
$249 by CB2



Citizen just released a monster of a new timepiece. The Japanese watch brand's latest high-performance Promaster is a proper dive watch. Along with the requisite 300 meters of water resistance, the sturdy black DLC-coated stainless steel case is constructed to protect against shocks and magnetism, while the durable polyurethane straps have built-in extenders, allowing you can wear them over a dive suit. Of course, even if you only shower with this thing, it looks very cool. Under the hood of the olive green dial, the brand's proprietary Eco-Drive technology powers the watch via solar energy. Which is how this mean looking Promaster got its “Ecozilla” name from watch fans.

“Ecozilla” Promaster dive watch,
$675 by Citizen

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