FASHION

January’s Most Wanted

What our editors are lusting after this month.


Stylist: Edward Enninful
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Stylist: Edward Enninful

“The W Barcelona’s internationally applauded design, by Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill, is quite the sight from the beach, Playa de Sant Sebastià. But my favorite part is the 26th-floor Eclipse bar surrounded by screen-saver-worthy views of the Mediterranean.” —AUDRA ASENCIO, Special Projects Editor (w-barcelona.com)

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“I love this gold cuff from Tulola. It’s impressively handmade, and the open, airy design keeps it out of Wonder Woman territory.” —AMY FRITCH, Production Director (tuloladesigns.com; $440)

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“The confluence of fashion, art, dance, and music has likely never been more potent than when Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes held sway between 1909 and 1929. Chanel, Picasso, Stravinsky, Cocteau, and Balanchine were just a few of those invited to astonish the legendary impresario, whose troupe’s innovations reverberate to this day. Assouline’s lavishly illustrated limited-edition Ballets Russes celebrates that explosion of creative forces.” —DIANE SOLWAY, Arts and Culture Editor (assouline.com; $750)

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“I’ve been wearing the same fleece vest since my college days in Vermont. This piece from Aether is a style and age-appropriate upgrade.” —TIMOTHY McCAHILL, Research Editor (aetherapparel.com; $235)

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“At Maialino, Danny Meyer’s pitch-perfect Roman trattoria in the Gramercy Park Hotel, you can graze on an olive oil muffin and poached eggs over winter vegetables, then check out Roxanne Lowit’s shots of downtown luminaries (Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, et al) in the unisex restroom lounge. Who knew mornings could be so chic?”—REGAN SOLMO, Managing Editor (maialinonyc.com)

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“On a recent trip to London, I popped into the Nails Inc. salon at Harvey Nichols for the Crystal Pedicure. Forty-five minutes later I walked out with sparkling Swarovski-pavé toes!” —CHRISTINA HAN, Associate Beauty Editor (nailsinc.com)

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“I can’t wait to curl up in this Pendleton Native American blanket with a good book in front of my (imaginary) fireplace.” —GARRETT MUNCE, Associate Market Editor (pendleton-usa.com; $218)

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“Derek Lam punches up the classic top-handle lady bag with a bold geometric print.” —NORA MILCH, Associate Accessories Editor (at Derek Lam; $3,190)

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“Reed Krakoff’s python-print wrap dress brings an unexpected twist to the color-block trend.” —SAM MILNER, Senior Market Editor (at Reed Krakoff; $1,290)

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“The mixed prints and tribal surf looks from Burberry’s spring collection have me dying for a tropical vacation—and these woven laceups.” —WILLIAM KAHN, Accessories Editor (at Burberry; $850)

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Stylist: Edward Enninful

“I’ve always fantasized about having a neon sign in my apartment, despite the havoc it would wreak on my electric bill. The NYC store Let There Be Neon would be my first stop—they’ve done custom work for designers like Stella McCartney and Louis Vuitton (remember those Stephen Sprouse roses?) and even sell vintage pieces. Now I just have to figure out what my sign would say…” —VANESSA LAWRENCE, Fashion Writer (lettherebeneon.com)

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Stylist: Edward Enninful

“Every time I visit London, I spend hours stocking up at Fortnum & Mason. Luckily, they deliver worldwide, so I can get my fix via the online shop. My favorites are the Piccadilly biscuits and Royal Blend tea, both part of the English Essentials Hamper.” —JEANINE CELESTE PANG, Associate to the Editor in Chief (fortnumandmason.com; $160)

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“After seeing the Prada show and all the colorful jewelry, I am dreaming of beautiful gemstones, like these James de Givenchy for Taffin tourmaline earrings.” —KARLA MARTINEZ, Fashion Market and Accessories Director (at Taffin, New York; price upon request)