The 10 Best New Menswear Items We’re Coveting This Month

A selection of the best stuff to hit the menswear market

By The Editors

The 10 Best New Menswear Items We’re Coveting This Month
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18 October 2016

When it comes to personal style, there is no right or wrong — there’s just you.

That said, a few words of encouragement never hurt.

So we’re taking a look back at the sartorial month that was in a new series called Where’d You Get That?, a roundup of 10 fresh-on-the-rack items you should consider throwing into the rotation.

Men and Style: Essays, Interviews and Considerations
A handsome new tome from menswear guru David Coggins, Men and Style is the year’s first must-have book on dressing well. You’ll find no rules here. Instead, sartorial musings from menswear luminaries in the form of thoughtfully framed essays, interviews and personal anecdotes. ($27) BUY IT HERE

Buck Mason Moto Jacket
For a man looking for impeccable attention-to-detail and fit for a fair price, Buck Mason is proving itself indispensable. The Moto Jacket features pebbled 6-oz. calf-hide leather with nickel hardware in a black, semi-shine finish. Preorder and get $100 off. ($795) BUY IT HERE

Mismo M/S Explorer
A versatile bag with a singular design — that’s the M/S Explorer. Whether you decide to lug this weekender around as a duffel bag or backpack, it’s got just enough space for a proper adventure. New colors for fall include pine green, navy, sepia and overcast grey. ($625) BUY IT HERE

Zenith El Primero Range Rover Watch
A timepiece inspired by the spirit of adventure. Luxury watchmaker Zenith teams up with Range Rover to create a special edition ticker powered by the El Primero 400b chronograph movement. Also of note: a sleek ceramicised aluminium case, brushed grey dial and transparent sapphire crystal case-back. ($7,700) BUY IT HERE

Aether Apparel Ion Jacket
Bomber jackets are having a moment, but none are more clean-cut than Aether’s Ion Jacket. Add in 800-fill power goose down and rib knit collars, cuffs and hems, and you’ve got a modern bomber you can rock all winter long. ($350) BUY IT HERE

Working with the world’s best perfumers (read: guaranteed pedigree), Hawthorne is a new cologne company dedicated to helping men find their very own scent. You’ll take a survey. They’ll “analyze” your data and then send you two scents: one for work and one for play. ($100) MORE INFO HERE

A.P.C. Petit New Standard Corduroy Trouser
The Parisian label’s popular narrow-cut Petit New Standard fit sees the corduroy treatment this winter. The pant features Italian cotton corduroy and slight stretch for added comfort. ($250) BUY IT HERE

Runabout Goods Grandpa Cardigan
A chunky shawl cardigan channeling the 1930s from outdoor heritage newcomer Runabout Goods. A statement piece that’ll keep you cozy. Pairing note: looks better by the fire. ($450) BUY IT HERE

Feit Handsewn Chelsea Boot
A rugged take on the Chelsea boot, which seems to be everywhere this season. The style is a first for Feit, a New York shoe brand known for high-end, handmade sneakers. It features hand-sewn Goodyear construction and a rugged Vibram Gumlite outsole. ($740) BUY IT HERE

Under Armour Sportswear Club Low Sneaker
Under Armour’s got a new lifestyle label, and it’s worthy of more than a look. The Club Low is the brand’s foray into the premium lifestyle sneaker market, featuring a tonal mix of leather, suede and stretch-jersey. ($139) BUY IT HERE

Nota bene: If you missed our Fall Style Issue — and the season’s six essential menwear selects featured therein — you should probably amend that immediately.

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