FASHION

May’s Most Wanted

What we’re lusting after this month.


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Stylist: Alex White

“I’m excited to see how current artists will rework legendary New York filmmaker and artist Jack Smith’s footage, in a show curated by Neville Wakefield, opening this month at the Gladstone Gallery in New York.” —JOSEPH LOGAN, Design Director

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Stylist: Alex White

“I missed riding my bicycle this winter, but now that it’s spring I really want to trick it out. I’ve been eyeing these Linus panniers. They snap onto the rear rack, they’re roomy enough to carry all my greenmarket purchases, and they have a nonsporty look that will go great with my vintage-style bike.” —AMY FRITCH, Production Director (linusbike.com; $130)

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Stylist: Alex White

“I live in a studio apartment, so I need things that multitask. This Gus Modern cube is so clever: a light source, side table, and extra seat all in one. And I love its otherworldly, soothing glow.” —VANESSA LAWRENCE, Fashion Writer (bobbyberkhome.com; $325)

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Stylist: Alex White

“This new-school camera from Lomography takes old-school, grainy photos, and is the perfect size for travel. It looks sleek in the limited-edition white.” —WILLIAM KAHN, Associate Accessories Editor (lomography.com; $399)

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Stylist: Alex White

“Jewelry designer Pamela Love’s first prefall collection is made up of her classic tribal, tough-girl designs but done in bright colors and high-shine finishes like these gold and rose-gold cuffs. They will be my everyday essentials.” —LINDSEY GATHRIGHT, Associate Fashion and Accessories Editor (pamelalovenyc.com; $425 each)

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Stylist: Alex White

“Orlebar Brown makes the best swim shorts out there, and this set comes with a matching towel and a bag by WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie. I can’t wait to hit the beach!” —GARRETT MUNCE, Associate Market Editor (orlebarbrown.com; $395)

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Stylist: Alex White

“The Elysian Massage at the spa at Chicago’s Elysian hotel is the ultimate stress reliever. Ask for Tarra Yaseen. Specializing in pressure-point therapy, she seems to have a sixth sense for locating sore muscles. My entire body and mind felt like goo.” —CHRISTINA HAN, Associate Beauty Editor (elysianhotels.com)

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Stylist: Alex White

“The bottle alone—dipped in white paint, with an Olivetti typeface and a signature white string closure—is enough to make Untitled, Maison Martin Margiela’s first fragrance, an instant collectible. Yet the dichotomy of its fresh and feisty orange blossom start and warm cedar and musk base notes is sure to separate it from the ever growing pack on perfume counters.” —JANE LARKWORTHY, Beauty Director (at Saks Fifth Avenue; $100)

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Stylist: Alex White

“For weekend getaways from New York, I love the North Fork Table & Inn in Long Island’s Southold. With only four rooms, it’s very intimate but without that creepy bed-and-breakfast vibe: Frette linens, all-natural bath products, and a superb chocolate-caramel tart prepared by the in-house pastry chef extraordinaire, Claudia Fleming, formerly of Gramercy Tavern.” —REGAN SOLMO, Managing Editor (northforktableandinn.com)

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Stylist: Alex White

“Known for reinterpreting classic designs, Martino Gamper is at it again with the Swiss manufacturer de Sede. At home, our dining room table is from Gamper’s Gio Ponti collection, and I think one of these pieces would fit perfectly!” —CAROLYN TATE ANGEL, Senior Fashion and Market Editor

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Stylist: Alex White

“Novelist Francisco Goldman wrote Say Her Name as a way to make sense of the accidental death of his young wife, Aura, as the two were bodysurfing in Mexico. But the book is much more than just a maudlin remembrance of their life together: It transmutes tragedy into a kind of romantic epiphany—and it’s an amazing read.” —COREY SEYMOUR, Senior Articles Editor

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Stylist: Alex White

“I don’t skateboard, but I love the artist-designed decks that Supreme puts out. They’ve done great ones with John Baldessari and George Condo, and just issued several by Robert Longo. But between the kids and the art collectors, it can be tough to get your hands on one.” —KARIN NELSON, Features Editor (supremenewyork.com; $88)

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Stylist: Alex White

“After months of flipping through seed catalogs for my garden, I now have something even more enticing to look at: Rizzoli’s Rooftop Gardens, which showcases some of Manhattan’s most private outdoor sanctuaries in a series of lush photographs. I’m starting to rethink heirloom tomatoes in favor of a koi pond.” —CARL GERMANN, Assistant Managing Editor

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Stylist: Alex White

“Jamie Wolf’s geode boxes are so chic: Jewelry meets home design.” —KARLA MARTINEZ, Fashion Market and Accessories Director (roseark.com; $350)