March’s Most Wanted

What we’re lusting after this month.

Stylist: Alex White

Armani has reinterpreted its eyewear from the Eighties for a modern vintage revival. These are my favorite frames.” —William Kahn, Associate Accessories Editor (at Clairmont Nichols, New York; $350)

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“I am all about ease when it comes to accessories, and this lightweight Miu Miu bag is the ultimate hands-free bag.” —Kathy Lee, Associate Accessories Editor (at Bergdorf Goodman, New York; $1,475)

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“I live for these chocolate-covered Twinkies from Lulu, a New York bakery. They made Chelsea Clinton’s rehearsal dinner cake. Guess she and I have more in common than just growing up in D.C.” —Will Higdon-Sudow, Associate Bookings Editor (

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“Patti Smith was just so incredible in the Seventies—her look, her music, her life. I can’t get enough of Judy Linn’s new photo book, Patti Smith 1969–1976. As a bonus, it includes this amazing shot of Robert Mapplethorpe in a leather bikini!” —Karin Nelson, Features Editor

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“I’m loving white for spring, and these looks from Dries Van Noten [far left] and Narciso Rodriguez feel clean and versatile for day and night.” —Carolyn Tate Angel, Senior Fashion and Market Editor

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Loro Piana’s One Step to Heaven carpet is 100 percent cashmere, which makes for a very good excuse never to leave the house again.” —Talya Cousins, Senior Accessories/Jewelry Editor (; $240/sq. yd.)

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“I really want a great neutral shoe, like this one from Gianvito Rossi, that isn’t too trendy and can be worn with everything from dresses to trousers.” —Karla Martinez, Fashion Market and Accessories Director (; $820)

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“I’m looking forward to Elizabeth Peyton’s ‘Wagner’ exhibition at the Metropolitan Opera, which coincides with a new production of Die Walküre. The contemporary art program at the Met is one of New York’s best-kept secrets.” —Joseph Logan, Design Director

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Kiehl’s sent scientists up into the mountains of Bulgaria, where they braved subzero temperatures to discover the impenetrable star ingredient in its new Rosa Arctica cream. Here in New York this rich, fragrance-free cream has saved my sensitive, dry skin.” —Christina Han, Associate Beauty Editor (; $60)

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“I like the idea of tattoos but never got one because I have always been painfully aware that skin sags. That’s why Louis Vuitton’s tattoo bags are so brilliant— they can only get better with age. They were done in collaboration with tattoo artist Scott Campbell, who, needless to say, has inked Marc Jacobs.” —Armand Limnander, Fashion News/Features Director (at Louis Vuitton; $7,150)

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Gabrielle Hamilton is best known as the talented chef of Prune, the tiny Manhattan eatery where hard-core food lovers bond over bone marrow and the line for brunch stretches halfway down the block. But her gracefully written, audaciously honest memoir, Blood, Bones & Butter, proves that Hamilton has other talents too.” —Jenny Comita, Senior Articles Editor

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Star Slinger’s combination of hip hop and soul gives this EP a very unique and rich sound.” —Melanie Teppich, Designer