The New Fashion Arrivals We’re Excited About This Week

Bandier’s private label, Le Ore, has launched its first-ever line of cashmere sets. The luxe

Bandier’s private label, Le Ore, has launched its first-ever line of cashmere sets. The luxe collection features crewnecks, hoodies, tanks, and cardigans with coordinating shorts, joggers, and wide-leg pants—all in sumptuous cashmere, just in time for a cold-weather wardrobe refresh.

Bandier Le Ore Palermo ribbed cashmere tank

Bandier Le Ore Palermo cashmere wide-leg pants

For Tom Ford’s third collection of timepieces, designs evoke the simplicity from the N.001 collection, but this time, they’re translated into a sport-inspired aesthetic with clean lines and a sleek face.

Photo: Courtesy of Leset

Leset’s designs stole our hearts during the height of the pandemic when elevated matching sets were the comfortable and chic way to get dressed despite having nowhere to go. The brand continues to evolve with their latest holiday collection, filled with matching separates that are as viable for a night out for drinks as they are a night in at home. As we begin venturing back out into the world, refined and versatile matching sets continue to feel more alluring than ever.

Leset Alex long-sleeve snap down

Leset Rio one-shoulder top

Leset Rio high-waist straight pants

Louis Vuitton just launched revised editions for 15 of their city guides: Paris, Beijing, Berlin, Cape Town, London, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Milan, New York, Prague, Rome, Shanghai, Sydney, Taipei, and Tokyo. With travel starting back up again—slowly but surely!—Louis Vuitton’s latest recommendations for hotels, restaurants, shopping, culture, nightlife, and more make for wonderful gifts this holiday season.

Louis Vuitton Prague city guide

Photo: Courtesy of Nomasei

Luxury shoe brand Nomasei just launched a flat riding boot in black and a rich chestnut that features contrasting piping along the zipper. The new style, which falls just below the knee, will pair effortlessly with dresses, skirts, and pants.

Photo: Courtesy of Thief & Heist

Thief and Heist’s latest is their codebreaker bracelet, which appears a modern reinterpretation of the charm and ID bracelet. The piece is hand-made in Italy in 925 sterling silver and designed to go with the brand’s “brix” or charms. Combine and adorn your bracelet with letters to say whatever you want—it also makes for a fun gift for the upcoming holidays, too.

Thief and Heist Codebreaker bracelet

Lele Sadoughi teamed up with Liberty London on a collection of hair accessories. Lele’s signature knotted headbands and scrunchies are now splashed in Liberty’s most popular prints of the season, with some headbands embellished with crystals, pearls, and beads.

Lele Sadoughi x Liberty of London tapestry candy jeweled knotted headband