Noah, the street wear boutique in NoLIta started by Brendon Babenzien, the former design director of Supreme, has teamed up with Vuarnet, the French eyewear maker. The sporty collaboration includes color-blocked swim trunks, T-shirts and hoodies, canvas tote bags, and, of course, vintage-style sunglasses that go effortlessly from the French Riviera to the Far Rockaways.
Noah x Vuarnet, $58 to $280, at noahny.com, the Vuarnet flagship store and Le Bon Marché in Paris.
Gordon Gekko wore it in “Wall Street.” Jake Gyllenhaal is its new spokesman. And now the Santos de Cartier watch, created by Louis Cartier in 1904 for a friend, the Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, can be snapped up online. On April 5, seven versions of the rounded-square aviator watch (including two exclusive styles on a black leather strap) will be available on Mr Porter.
Santos de Cartier, $6,250 to $37,000, at mrporter.com.
Rain or Shine
Gear up for April showers with these fashionable anoraks that hark back to the brash colors of 1990s sportswear. Spring runways offered a zany assortment. Burberry showed a Kelly-green nylon windbreaker that could have been worn by a young Liam Gallagher of Oasis ($1,090 at burberry.com). Balenciaga offered an oversize color-blocked version ($1,850 at balenciaga.com). And Martine Rose created retro anoraks inspired by Toronto bicycle messengers from the ’80s and ’90s ($1,912, at martine-rose.com).
Master & Dynamic, a New York-based audio company, has released a second line of premium headphones inspired by the look and feel of Leica cameras, and its German-engineered line of 0.95 accessories. The Silver Edition include earphones ($199), over-ear headphones ($399) and wireless headphones ($549) that pair seamless with the Leica Noctilux-M lens, which features a super-bright 0.95 aperture.
Master & Dynamic for 0.95 Silver Edition collection, at masterdynamic.com.
As army brats and survivalist types have long known, military socks with silver-plated nylon offer antimicrobial, odor-eliminating properties. But the color options were limited to drab olive and other camouflage tones. Now American Trench, a heritage-minded clothing company based in Pennsylvania, is offering a rainbow of crew socks knitted with silver filaments at a family-owned factory in North Carolina, including agave green, red-rock orange and desert-sky blue.
American Trench silver crew socks, $16.50 to $36, at americantrench.com.
Alex Tudela is a market editor for T Magazine.