Best Fall Fashion Accessories – New Fall 2010 Fashion Accessories

The shoes:

From Belstaff to Sperry, J. Crew has become a clearinghouse for niche brands with good pedigrees. Its latest partner: Crockett & Jones, with the cobbler’s oxfords set to debut in the brand’s new digs on Madison Avenue in New York this fall. Leather Shoes ($575) by Crockett & Jones.

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Anyone looking for inspiration or education on clothing matters would do well to pick up a book this season. Lisa Birnbach’s sequel to The Official Preppy Handbook, Real preparationchecks the pulse of the jumped collar set. Walter Albini traces the career of the most influential designer you’ve never heard of. The classic preppy photo book Take the ivy is published here for the first time in English. Made to measure: the masculine style of Savile Row living up to its name, and the huge coffee table book Tommy Hilfiger at 25 brings together the images that built an empire. Get the reading.

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The baggage:

It’s hard to believe it’s taken Tod’s this long to introduce a luggage line, but some things are worth the wait. Crafted from the brand’s supple hides and available in three silhouettes and multiple colors (all custom order from Tod’s multiple flagships), this is serious luggage for serious travelers. Custom Signature Vachetta Leather Bag ($4,825) by Tod’s.

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The watch:

You’ve got your fancy watch and your crappy digital watch, but for the hours in between, consider this understated chronograph from Swiss powerhouse Wenger. All black with stainless steel markers, its PVD case is sleek and durable, and at $550, you won’t find a better value. GST Chrono chronograph by Wenger.

Originally published in the September issue

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