January Chic choices

Always in good taste

A new year, another chance for the enduring style of Ralph Lauren to shine. We turn our attention to the gentlemen this month, with a selection of fashions and accessories for that man of style and good taste. From peacoats to gloves, boots to belts and wallets to aviators to luggage, the lifestyle brand’s choices are plentiful. How luxurious are these Ralph Lauren Purple Label Dark Charcoal Cashmere Sweatpants? ($1,695). Very! We’re also dazzled by the Men’s Gator Fidel Hiking Boot ($5,000); cufflinks including the Sterling Silver Horn ($495) and Car ($395) designs; the Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren Men’s Fringe Shawl Sweater ($298); and the Polo Ralph Lauren Men’s Black Shearling Peacoat ($2,695).

For more, visit ralphlauren.com.

Capturing light

A dragonfly’s flight can seem as fast as light, something that inspired designer Catherine Marion when creating the Dragonfly Pendant for Jemily Fine Jewelry. Capturing refracted light in shimmering colors, this interpretation of the design features Santa Maria aquamarines and green tourmalines ($2,400). Jemily Fine Jewelry is sold online and in boutiques, including Addessi Jewelers in Ridgefield and Landsberg Jewelers in Rye Brook.

For more, visit jemily.com.

A sneak peek

WAG had the chance to meet home-design icons Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams when they were visiting their Signature Store in Greenwich last spring as part of their namesake furniture company’s 25th anniversary festivities. Today, we continue the association with a sneak peek of the new spring collection of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, which hits stores in February. The options range from sleek desks to cutting-edge storage units to this high-style Kazan Chair, shown here in Gavin Pewter fabric ($2,530). Are you ready to start your shopping list?

For more, visit mgbwhome.com.

Shaken, not stirred

Start the year off with something new – G’vine gin, which offers two different interpretations of the old standby. Combining ancestral grape distillation knowledge and infusion practices with the groundbreaking production of the rare grapevine flower, G’vine is all about shaking things up. Small-batch crafted in the Charente region of Cognac, G’vine options include the smoothly robust G’Vine Nouaison and the vibrantly floral G’Vine Floraison. Designed to appeal to gin lovers old and new, the 750ml bottles of G’Vine ($35.99) are distributed by Domaine Select.

For more, visit escapetothegrape.com/index.asp.

Surroundings most serene

The subtle and elegant creations of Spin Ceramics add a serene touch to any surroundings. The New York-based company has tapped the history of Chinese porcelain, merging the production heritage of Jingdezhen with modern design. Green-White Glaze Vases (from $130) add timeless elegance to any setting. All products are available for purchase at Spin Ceramics at 13 Crosby St. in Manhattan.

For more, visit spinceramics.com.

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