Hi-Vis Bucket Hat
Polo Ralph Lauren dug into its archives for this limited-edition boonie hat, inspired by Ralph’s iconic ’90s Sportsman gear ($148).
Hand-Rolled Silk Scarf
In the era of mandatory face covering, one of the flexiest accessories of all time—the Hermès silk scarf—feels almost essential ($315).
After overhauling Z Zegna with an emphasis on sustainability, Alessandro Sartori introduced a collection that hints at the Mad Max future dystopia baked into the status quo (sweater, $445; pants, $595).
For the prepper-inclined fashion fiend, this 6 Moncler 1017 Alyx 9sm backpack combines Moncler’s advanced technical construction with Matthew Williams’s murdered-out aesthetic ($1,150).
After you slip on a simple poly belt from Japanese glamping specialist Snow Peak, you might never go back to a clunky leather version ($85).
Tokyo label Nanamica is all about combining classic silhouettes, like these ’90s swim trunks, with surprisingly dope fabrics—like this subtle polka-dot jacquard polyester ($180).
A version of this story originally appeared in the August 2020 issue with the title “Fashion for a Summer Like No Other.“
Photographs courtesy of brands.