The 31 biggest cuts and the most beautiful pieces of fall
TO Kick, upcycling is not used as green marketing. It’s just the way Rushemy Botter does it, and that’s how he made this extremely dope quilted suit set – with second-hand tablecloths that appear to have been stolen from his grandmother (jacket, $ 1,890 and pants, $ 910).
The most emblematic Ralph Lauren polo shirt sweater that doesn’t have a bear on it? The fantastically preppy Fair Isle Sweater ($ 228).
1017 Alyx 9SM sees your rubbery Crocs and lifts you up this pair of seamlessly constructed EVA foam spaceships for your feet ($ 275).
Ambush, the Japanese label that brought real hype to the world of men’s jewelry, has a solution for those who always leave their lucky Bic lighters at home ($ 285).
A version of this story originally appeared in the September 2021 issue with the headline “The 33 Biggest Cuts & The Most Beautiful Pieces of Fall”.
Cartier, Bottega Veneta, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Adidas, Bode, Santoni, David Catálan, Polo Ralph Lauren, IRL and Hermès: Photographs by Martin Brun; Accessories stylist, Dustin Hubbs at Mark Edward Inc.
Casablanca, Loewe, Givenchy, Acne Studios, Boss, Egonlab, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dior Men, Nicholas Daley, Berluti, Balenciaga, Mateo, TommyxTimberland, Diesel, Botter, Versace, 1017 Alyx 9SM, Celine Homme by Hedi Slimane, Sacai and Ambush: courtesy of Trademarks.
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