For Your Space
You could get yourself a new Eames lounge chair, and you should. But this 1970s-era vintage Danish piece comes with instant character.
$7,729 at 1stdibs.com
This massive limited-edition coffee-table book, signed by Ali and artist Jeff Koons, contains essays, interviews, 3,000 photographs and a Koons litho. It weighs in at 75 lbs.
$6,000 at taschen.com
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These vintage Danish beauties, made circa 1950, will lend your space instant space-age cool.
$10,800 at 1stdibs.com
NYC’s amazing Philip Williams Posters stocks thousands of eye-popping one-of-a-kind vintage prints from the 1920s on. This 1938 digestif ad is 53×78″ and $850 at postermuseum.com.
You don’t need therapy to see yourself in a new way — this cleverly shaped mirror (30×40”, in oil-rubbed bronze) will do the trick.
$499 at rejuvenation.com
Designed by the visionary Newson — who earns another spot on this list with a Louis Vuitton suitcase — this Baccarat crystal clock winds itself on air. No gusts necessary; just air.
$28,000 at jaeger-lecoultre.com
This iconic shot by photographer Peter Ruck is available in a limited edition of 495.
$399 at soniceditions.com
A classic style in baby cashmere made by the premier Italian cashmere house equals pure luxury with staying power.
$9,995 at loropiana.com
The rising American sportswear designer has crafted one of the most beautiful parkas we’ve seen this season.
$1,298 at toddsnyder.com
Sharp tailoring with a bit of flash (the cozy fur collar detaches if you’re flying under the radar).
$1,495 at billyreid.com
Tom drops the mic: Waterproof silk and a coyote-fur collar make this the ultimate in luxury.
$9.750 at tomford.com
This beautifully distressed shirt jacket connotes Redford and McQueen and will take you into spring.
$1,495 at billyreid.com
Created by industrial-design whiz Newson, this light carry-on has a completely flat interior for maximum capacity.
$3,100 at us.louisvuitton.com
This handcrafted carry-on is a conversation starter: Something about the rugged Century leather says “adventurer.”
$1,495 at jwhulmeco.com
The All-American leather handcrafters partnered with the All-American designer to create a sharp brief that says you’re a man of the world.
$1,250 at frankcleggleatherworks.com
One of the sharpest duffels we’ve ever seen.
$1,730 at shopspring.com
Make every day Throwback Thursday.
$795 at saksfifthavenue.com
Striking in monochromatic 18k white gold, this timepiece has silver poudré numerals on a grey soleil dial, and a hand-stitched alligator strap. Created in a limited edition of 60, each timepiece is individually numbered.
$20,000 at tiffany.com
The up-and-coming British company’s minimalist watch is perfectly modern, with an of-the-moment mesh strap.
$1,350 at uniformwares.com
Omega’s famous for providing the watches every U.S. astronaut wears in space, but you can voyage to the bottom of the sea with this mysterious-looking new colorway.
omega.com (contact boutique for price)
Detroit’s hometown heroes debut another winner, a classically masculine watch with a superdistinctive square face.
$675 at saksfifthavenue.com
This Brooklyn-based company specializes in auto-inspired timepieces, and this speedometer riff is both minimalist and dashing.
$925 at autodromo.com
Suits & Tuxes
If you don’t own a tux yet, invest here. The man knows what he’s doing.
$5,460 at tomford.com
For the next time you find yourself asking, “What would Cary Grant wear today?”
$1,395 at hackettlondon.com
If it’s good enough for Tom Hiddleston in those moody ads, it’s good enough for you.
$2,750 at mrporter.com
This suave dinner jacket is ideal for New Year’s, but a renegade will wear it with raw denim year-round.
$2,960 at neimanmarcus.com
Rich wool flannel in an excellent fit. Pick up a couple of sport coats too.
$499 at suitsupply.com
Super-sharp style (we always like a good ticket pocket) and fit.
$1,395 at mrporter.com
Bring a bit of Savile Row home with this chunky knit in the season’s most important color.
$855 at hardyamies.com
Supreme simplicity that goes with everything — even a suit.
$410 at mrporter.com
The coolest-named sweater ever, handmade and this year’s exclusive Filson design.
$495 at filson.com
Blackout sneakers are the season’s big trend, and this super-lightweight style supports your feet perfectly.
$150 at finishline.com
An all-time classic, for good reason.
$998 at ralphlauren.com
One of our favorite shirtmakers introduces a non-iron line that uses a proprietary weave, not the usual toxic chemicals, to banish wrinkles while keeping things soft.
2 shirts, $99 at twillory.com
Dress these up, dress them down, wear them with shorts (well, maybe not the latter, but the designer of those schoolboy suits probably wouldn’t look at you sideways).
$1,250 at mrporter.com
These road warriors — which weigh a mere 7 ounces — were tested by some of the fastest runners in the country.
$155 at amazon.com
RL’s dapper teddy returns with a martini glass and tux, on this cashmere-wool-camel-hair pullover.
$395 at ralphlauren.com
Possibly the ultimate scarf. These Scottish purveyors of fine cashmere have been in business since 1866, expertise that’s more than evident once you feel one of these.
$400 at mrporter.com
Kitchen & Bar
The best of the best, it’s won more medals than Michael Phelps.
$700 at cwspirits.com
The luxury luggage-maker creates a truly reliable traveling companion: The embossed leather case holds a martini kit, flask, tray and even a mini ice bucket.
Arvid Rosengren, the world’s #1 sommelier, told us it’s on his shortlist of essential bottles to own: “One of the most beautiful wine experiences possible,” he says.
$775 at wine.com
These angular pitchers look like a piece of art on a shelf, and they’re functional enough to use every day.
$120 at edgewoodmade.com
This is another of Rosengren’s favorites: “Luxurious and impressive in youth, broad and luscious with age,” he says. “Always a safe bet and very ageworthy.”
$250 at wine.com
Taste wines without pulling the cork, and keep the remainder fresh.
$285 at amazon.com
Bring radical transparency to your stovetop.
$200 at store.moma.org
Make espresso or Americanos in five strengths, grind beans and froth milk, all with the tap of a button. Tomorrow morning, it gets even easier: The memory function recalls just how you like it.
$1,495 at williams-sonoma.com
Tech and Gear
Vintage looks with serious functionality: This 24-megapixel digital camera shoots in full 35mm format.
$11,290 at mrporter.com
The lightest, most stylish wireless cans we’ve seen earn an A+ for sound quality too.
$400 at amazon.com
This superslim wallet has outsized appeal, thanks to its classic checkerboard pattern in handsome steel gray.
$440 at us.louisvuitton.com
This handsome board, in a rich, pebble-grained leather case, is motivation to finally learn the gentlemanly game.
$780 at mrporter.com
Go ahead, use the swell new touch bar to play Star Trek: The Next Generation. It’s cool.
$2,399 at apple.com
If Darth Vader were a fan of the links, he’d own this bag: Space-grade carbon fiber used in satellites, wrapped in supple black leather.
$8,500 at sevendreamers.com
Eric Clapton used these amps to shape the artistic and commercial development of rock guitar.
$8,300 to $10,000; see vintageguitar.com for more info
Make “home cinema” a literal thing with this 4K TV that delivers exceptional sound quality — the 3-channel speaker system has three tweeters and two bass drivers — and all the latest digital tech.
$23,000 at bang-olufsen.com
If you’re in the market for this year’s forever wallet, it’s the ideal mix of classic and distinctive.
Only 100 pairs of these gorgeous planks were made, boasting a titanium alloy that’s high-performance and supremely durable.
$10,000 at lacroix-skis.com
Old-time beauty and modern function for your mug: The razor has a Mach 3 blade and the brush 14,000 bristles.
$395 at mrporter.com
These electrostatic headphones — whose innards include gold transducers and silver-plated cables — come with an amplifier built into a block of noise-canceling Carrara marble.
$55,000 at us.sennheiser.com
AUTOS & TRAVEL
Go on! Get a Harley! This little number, a Sportster, is part of a Harley line that goes all the way back to 1957.
$8,849 at harley-davidson.com
This curvy, sexy beast lives up to its feline namesake. It has 340 hp and spans 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds with a top speed of 200mph. MSRP: From $61,400.
Feed your need for speed by checking out The 20 Most Powerful Cars on the Road!
What has eight bedrooms, 13 beds, a heated infinity pool and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean? Why, Villa Semaphore on France’s stunning Cote d’Azur, of course.
$9,986 per night, airbnb.com
The car given top billing in the Fast and the Furious movie franchise, this new model is a collaboration between BMW and Toyota.
MSRP: From $55,000
Now, get expert tips on how to get the best deal on your purchase: How to Buy Anything!
Book a trip aboard G-Force One, a modified Boeing 727-200 that performs parabolic arcs over 90 minutes to create a weightless environment similar to space.
You can pick one up for less than the price of a Brooklyn apartment. To wit: Isla Paloma in Panama (above, $380,000). Find out why scoring your own private island is cheaper than you think — and start making your shopping list.
With a sleek design and a cockpit that resembles a stealth-fighter jet’s, this npairs intensity with luxury: 571 hp and 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds.
MSRP: From $199,800
Check out another all-time-great supercar in The 10 Best Mercedes Benzes of All Time!
She’ll love this as much as an engagement ring: Ringed with diamonds, this 18k rose gold watch has gold poudré numerals on a white soleil dial.
$15,500 at tiffany.com
She’ll think of you warmly.
$215 at neimanmarcus.com
Brand new for spring. Grab it before her friends do.
$3,080 at neimanmarcus.com
This silver pendant necklace is, as the kids say, off the chain.
$995 at neimanmarcus.com
A cozy 55-gram weight that comes in in 12 colors.
$199 at restorationhardware.com
Makes the quotidian smartphone anything but basic.
$175 at barneys.com
This shiny clutch purse with a witty clasp will give you both a reason to go out more.
$6,780 at tomford.com
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She can wear this plush fox scarf, lined in silk, with everything from a parka to a cocktail dress.
$495 at barneys.com
For your Wonder Woman.
$275 at neimanmarcus.com
This eye-popping string of, ahem, jewel-toned tourmalines and white diamonds is set in 18k yellow gold.
$45,460 at barneys.com