Good Hunting: Primary Color

A hue with plenty of Southern history, indigo permeates this season's collections-from watches to menswear

 

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    Portofino Chronograph Edition Laureus Sport for Good Foundation: This limited-edition stainless-steel IWC watch, complete with sapphire glass and a midnight blue alligator leather strap, is more than just a pretty face. A portion of the proceeds of each sale benefits the Laureus Foundation, aiding children affected by disasters ($6,300; iwc.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    1. Seamaster Aqua Terra GMT: This Omega watch looks great with a suit and, in a pinch, works as a compass ($7,800;omegawatches.com).
    2. PRC200 Blue Quartz Chronograph: Tissot’s streamlined design is an elegant update of one of the company’s most popular models ($525; tissotshop.com).
    3. AnnualCalendar Regulator:With three separate dials, this Patek Philippe keeps time with unparalleled accuracy ($53,600; patek.com).
    4. Malte 100th Anniversary Edition: Celebrating the centennial of the tonneau shape, this Vacheron Constantin is one of a hundred-piece run ($51,300; vacheron-costantin.com).
    5. Chronomat 44 GMT: The traveler’s timepiece, this Breitling tracks three time zones at once ($9,010; breitling.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    DRESS: Designer Sarah Lytvinenko, one-half of North Carolina blue jeans atelier Raleigh Denim, puts a feminine spin on the masculine brand with this signature shirtdress. Nipped at the waist, the simple silhouette is hand pleated and universally flattering ($450; raleighworkshop.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    BAG: Made of selvage denim and natural-colored leather, Filson’s new casual duffel stands up to the abuses of air travel and the open road and looks better with age ($298; filson.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    JACKET: Inspired by 1950s-style hunting jackets, this modern update from Grayers is made of a durable, densely woven poplin similar to that used to outfit World War II GIs ($165; Bloomingdale’s, 800-232-1854).

    Raymond Hom

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    WALLET: Ditch the standard-issue brown billfold in favor of this slim indigo number from Florida’s Makr Carry Goods. Each detail is thoughtfully considered, down to the last hand-sewn stitch ($110; makr.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    SHOES: Memphis-ready, Cole Haan’s new wool-and-nubuck oxfords sport hidden Nike Air technology and a cerulean foam outsole. Surely the King would approve ($188; colehaan.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    NECKLACE: Mallary Marks's mid-century modern sapphire-and-gold design transitions from day to night with ease. Pair it with everything from crisp white shirts to party dresses ($3,517; twistonline.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    BANGLES: These bold wooden lacquered bracelets from Hermès come in four shapes and a range of inky blue shades, from cobalt and navy to a saturated ultramarine ($240–$290; hermes.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    EARRINGS: Statement pieces, jewelry designer Rina Limor’s smoky sliced-sapphire drops are edged in diamonds and sapphires to recall the stormy blue-gray hues of the ocean ($9,600; rinalimor.com).

    Raymond Hom

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    RING: An unusual opaque sapphire gives this Eva Fehren cocktail ring a moody, sophisticated edge, while its simple, strong shape ensures that it never goes out of style ($11,500; barneys.com).

    Raymond Hom

 

 

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