February’s Most Wanted

What our editors are lusting after this month.


“This choker is surprisingly versatile: It’s a bit tough, a bit soft, and its unconventional materials make it a statement piece for day and night.”—Tina Huynh, Jewelry Assistant


“The Italian artist’s needlepoint artworks are usually painstakingly hand-stitched. This Old Hollywood–style self-portrait is actually machine-made—but in an edition of 399. Proceeds from its sale will help Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, which is still recovering from last spring’s devastating earthquake.”—Armand Limnander, Deputy Editor


“This black and white jumpsuit with a tiny pop of color is the way I want to wear the current graphic trend.”—Karla Martinez, Fashion Market and Accessories Director


“Raf Simons’s debut couture and ready-to-wear collections for Dior presented a new look for the brand. I love this youthful take on eveningwear.”—Mia Adorante, Assistant to the Fashion and Style Director


“Rosie Schaap’s New York Times column on the pleasures of drinking has always been—like the best bartenders—funny, smart, and slightly bawdy. This memoir is also all those things—and there’s no hangover.”—Fan Zhong, Associate Editor


“Those with a loved one born in February (hint: me) should search no further for the perfect gift— these amethyst and garnet earrings are showstoppers.”—Claudia Mata, Jewelry and Accessories Director


“I’m longing for a chic flat shoe for spring. This feminine style comes in a range of vibrant colors.”—Lindsey Frugier, Market Editor


“After the dreary winter months, I’m eager for bright flowers to break through the gray. What better way to catch their glory than with this limited-edition Leica X2 camera designed by Paul Smith?”—M. Cristina Martinez, Production Director


“Even though I typically hightail it to my derm the moment something on my skin is bugging me, this serum is doing such a good job of fading the sunspots on my forehead that I won’t have to zap them under the laser. Why is it working? It contains a whopping dose of niacinamide, the B vitamin behind many of Olay’s best anti-agers.”—Katie Becker, Beauty Editor


“The only thing I like better than Yves Behar’s sleek packaging for Prada’s new fragrance for men is the smell: It’s complex—with hints of amber, lavender, and sage—but still clean.”—Maura Egan, Features Director