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John Hardy takes the ordinary and crafts excellence and these Kali Ball cufflinks are no exception. Sterling silver with meticulous engravings give the look and feel of old world design, yet they will certainly do just fine in any modern wardrobe. Subtle, yet styled, these cufflinks will add some life to your collection. – John Hardy Kali Ball Cufflinks
Leather and studs…ooh. We like receiving those in tandem whenever we can. BAD Belts lets you show them off together without the risk of getting flagged for indecent exposure, with their studded leather belt. Whipsticthed, complete with a faded finish and a large brass buckle that looks like it’s been hammered away at for 100 years, giving it all types of dents and vintage appeal. $72
Tiffany & Co has this interesting pair of cufflinks, dubbed Paloma’s Groove. They are made of sterling silver and have these spunky red enamel highlights between the grooves. These circular bar style cufflinks are an original design of Paloma Picasso. A nice way to pick up an otherwise dull shirt or to further enhance the color you’re wearing. $295
More popular for denim, Evisu shows diversity with this bag inspired by traditional military rucksacks. Black and simple, the bag is highlighted with the untreated leather that is being used on the oversized flap and straps.
Inside you’ll find a zip pocket and a reinforced interior made from specially produced tape webbing. Perfect to stuff your gym gear or for other casual use. $280
Some people like them, some people (though usually without trying them) don’t. WÃ¼rking Stiffs are collar stays that by magnetic force, keep your collars lookng perfect, all the day and well into the night. Simply insert the WÃ¼rking Stiffs collar stay the same as you would a normal collar stay and align the magnet to exactly where you want your collar to sit and voila!ï¿½ A set of six stays and magnets is only $25.
A wonderful collage of colors and function. Paul Smith brings us Trompe L’oueil beauty in this business folio. Aside from the awesome contrast of colors on the exterior, inside you’ll find 2 pockets and pasionately purple lining. An embossed P.S. logo and antique brass give the finishing touches. $450
You can never have to many pairs of cufflinks. This dynamic duo caught my eye and thus I share. Imported and sterling silver, with the very familiar Burberry check taking on a subtle twist. Even though this pair borders on the busy side, the right color combination should be able to tone them down. $140
Spotted this casual looking Paul Smith Messenger Bag. Buckle flap closure, relaxed look for everyday use, completed with a sturdy shoulder strap. While the exterior is a quite simple carameled leather with white stitching, upon opening the flap inside you’ll find a bold presentation of striped colors and more pockets to stash your stuff. Price $780
The Tiffany cufflinks are made from sterling silver and titanium. The combination of the two materials make for an excellent presentation. Tiffany & Co is engraved along the side, although I doubt you’ll have to worry about the branding peaking through your cuffs. $350
For work or for play, whatever your reason is for traveling, you need luggage strong enough to endure whatever random act of violence the airport deems fit to send it through. Also if you travel light and prefer to carry on, you are going to want something that is not a chore to get through security. That is where the Samsonite Pro-DLX Carry On Spinner comes in.