Robert Geller hooded bomber in black - I got this at the beginning of the season. Fits me like a glove, but miraculously, also allows me to layer. Really nice details. I'm actually contemplating buying it in the charcoal color, just so I can wear it all of the time.
Krane Orkan duffle in black washed leather - my ultimate travel bag. And, unlike so many travel bags, it looks good collapsed too. I have not quite as many bags as I do belts, and it beats everything at its sub $1K pricepoint by a long mile. It is not quite as well thought out as, say, the MA+ bags, but on the other hand, I would feel comfortable going to war with this thing. Not so much MA+.
Krane Saelen again in black washed leather.
Margiela 5-zip in blood/dark rose - I'd forgotten how good a big punch of color is when everything else is grey, black, navy, or indigo
Triple Works slim straight leg jeans in future indigo - having been concentrating on other parts of my wardrobe, I'd forgotten how good good denim is. The color is fantastic, with a black tone that makes it wearable with anything from navy to black to charcoal.
Wings+Horns chambray vest - I can layer this with anything, and pretty much have.
Wings+Horns thermal shawl collar pullover - I can feel grown up while not looking like a typical engineering prof. This is what I imagined I'd be wearing if I ever got to this professional level.
MA+ cardcase - whatever derogatory things I like to say about goth ninjas, MA+ leather goods are awesome. And the cardcase is a leather origami work of art. And the greenish "petrol" color is stunning.
KMW belt in natural - is it worth $360? No idea. But I've worn it about 200 days of the year, so, on a cost per wear basis, it's worked out well.
Nicolo Ceschi Berrini slouchy hoodie - certain people can pull this off. I just look sloppy. So do 90% of other people who try it. Most of them don't realize it. I did, and shelved mine. If it were cut slimmer and shorter, I'd be wearing this all of the time.