5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From rugged tool watch to some tasty tinned fish

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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These pants have menswear dudes talking. The first product from upstart British label Palfrey Heights, they have a laidback vibe and a relaxed drape, but that's not by chance. The pants feature a series of expertly tailored darts that are stitched into the trousers—both at the waist and coming up from the ankle. They help the pants have a certain voluminous quality, while also sitting right where you want them at the waist (and not puddling over your shoes). They come in two shades, “Olivine” and “Petrol Blue,” and frankly either would look great.

Kaloula trouser,
$210 by Palfrey Heights


You don't want to mess with the well-tested concept of a basic tool watch by adding too much to it. Their simplicity is a virtue and the team at Huckberry understands that. Their new collaboration with Italy's Unimatic retains everything you love about the brand's watches while giving it just enough twist to make it feel unique. Limited to just 75 pieces of each colorway and individually numbered, these handsome U4-S watches are inspired by the colors and textures found in nature. The dial is textured, the stainless steel case is sandblasted for a ruggedly refined appearance and the Swiss-made Sellita SW200-1 movement is reliable and self-winding.

U4S-HG “Redwood” watch,
$1,057 by Unimatic x Huckberry



This is the next best thing to owning a vintage Jeep. A vintage washed graphic tee featuring an old advertisement from the 4x4 automaker. In fact, Abercrombie & Fitch has a range of a half dozen car tees, featuring old school imagery from the Corvette to the Ford Bronco. But the Jeep is our favorite. It looks and feels like an old promotional tee that's been unearthed by your favorite Instagram vintage shop. It's cut in the perfect relaxed-fit silhouette from an enzyme-washed cotton for the exact lived-in feel you want.

Graphic T-shirt,
$40 / $34 by Abercrombie & Fitch


Tinned fish is definitely having a moment. But you only want to mess with the good stuff, that's for sure. Island Creek Oysters is a respected favorite of chefs and they have a new collection featuring Spanish seafood. Responsibly sourced from independent women shellfish harvesters (known as “mariscadoras” in Galicia), there are razor clams in olive oil, scallops in Vieira sauce, mussels in pickled sauce and cockles in brine. The set also comes with a tasting booklet, so it basically has done all the planning for a great night of cocktails and snacks.

Tinned fish variety pack,
$86 / $68 by Island Creek Oysters



Shouldn't your lube be as sexy as, well, your sex life? Nauox is a new line of personal lubricants that are cocktail-inspired, botanical-infused and come in stylish bottles that don't look out of place on your nightstand. Unlike traditional, water-based lubricants, this aloe-water based formula is not only gentle on the skin and long-lasting, but it's also safe to consume (and delicious, too). Each lubricant is plant-based and features a 90% organic formula. The nourishing ingredients soothe the skin, hydrate and provide important vitamins for optimal skin health.

Dulce Dreams lubricant,
$28 by Nauox

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