Gift Guide: Accessories

Posted on December 15, 2008 Under Fashion

Watch Cufflinks: Read JS Review | Buy It ($75)
Watch movements mounted on clasps to function as cufflinks? Genius, fashionable, a bit geeky and entirely functional.

Setgo Men’s Accessories: Read JS Review | Buy It ($45+)
The NYC-based maker of sleek and functional men’s accessories caught our eye. Our favorites are the thin, minimalistic wallets.

Hanger 3’s Transit Necklaces: Read JS Review | Buy It ($35)
The fact that anything could be passed off as jewelery makes it both fun and lame. Mostly the latter. Hanger 3’s neclkaces are definitely cool though. Simple design with a bit of history make the perfect gift.

Hlaska Bags: Read JS Review | Buy It ($19 -$1,100)
Hlaska’s leather bags are about as buttery soft as tanned cowhide can be, and unlike the cow, come with tons of pockets.

Makr Wallets: Read JS Review | Buy It ($45 – $85)
If you’ve been waiting for a time to toss your Velcro abomination, guess what? Supple leather, laser etching, and the right size to keep your card-carrying down to the absolute minimum.

Stussy Deluxe: Read JS Review | Buy It ($65 – $230)
A full line of sleek, black leather accessories: bags, tags … flasks. Remember how everyone was into Stussy in middle school? This is not that.

Hard Graft x 2Unfold: Read JS Review | Buy It (€349)
One bag. Eight ways. Two turtledoves … and a partridge in a pear tree.

Brixton Ltd: Read JS Review | Buy It ($20+)
I recently read an article in a men’s magazine talking about the comeback of hats for men. I don’t think they ever went away, but until recently only a portion of the population could “pull it off.” Brixton Ltd. hopes to change all that with over a dozen men’s hats to choose from, in a variety of styles and colors.