April’s Most Wanted

What we’re lusting after this month.

Stylist: Alex White

“The best thing about early spring is that I can finally wear my absolute favorite thing, my sleeveless leather jacket from Nicholas K. Love the fit, the hoodie, and the oversize collar. Stunning leather jackets for both him and her!” —ANNA DAVIDSON-EVANS, Art Director (o-208 Devi Vest,; $911)

Stylist: Alex White

“Dockers made their new trousers slimmer and more colorful for an all-around younger, cooler look. I can’t wait to make them my go-to pants for spring.” —GARRETT MUNCE, Associate Market Editor (; $65)

Stylist: Alex White

“I’m a fanatic about glasses, so when I heard that Warby Parker was offering chic frames with prescription lenses for $95 (!), I was doubtful. But after shopping the company’s amazingly user-friendly website, I’m a total believer. Best of all, they’re introducing a line of sunglasses this month.” —TED MONCREIFF, Executive Editor (

Stylist: Alex White

“Rachel DeWoskin is whip smart and hilarious, both in person and on the page. Her second novel, Big Girl Small, is about a 16-year-old high school student, and it’s got everything you want in a book about that age: social drama, overparenting, boys, and, naturally, a huge scandal involving the heroine—who, by the way, is three feet nine.” —FAN ZHONG, Assistant Editor

Stylist: Alex White

“Navy is definitely having a moment this spring! Calvin Klein and Fendi offer a great alternative to everyone’s staple black dress and trousers.” —NORA MILCH, Fashion Assistant (; $680)

Stylist: Alex White

“I’m a big fan of the design collective Rich Brilliant Willing and their practical, humor-filled style. For their latest work, Pro Forma, they’ve created limited-edition personal storage pieces inspired by international air-shipping containers.” —TALYA COUSINS, Senior Accessories/Jewelry Editor (Volume Gallery, Chicago, through April 3;

Stylist: Alex White

“Wendy Nichol’s bullet bags became a cult item last year. Now the NYC designer is making them even more covetous by collaborating with Vanderhurd, a London-based textile house, on a limited-edition of the pouches made from handwoven silk dhurrie.” ($900 at Wendy Nichol Studio, , and Opening Ceremony) KARIN NELSON, Features Editor