Next Level: Mesh

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Brace yourself for the punniness ahead: These four pieces will have you looking like one hot mesh. —erica

LEVEL I: Just a sliver of see-through makes these Rebecca Minkoff loafers look a whole love more interesting.

LEVEL II: It’s like the strapless dress that you never have to hoist up, c/o Elizabeth and James.

LEVEL III: Thanks to this Steven Alan purse, you’ll know if you have your phone without even opening your bag.

LEVEL IV: Not only do the sleeves on this Jonathan Simkhai jumpsuit look fly, but they also allow for some serious air circulation. 

All the “Next Level” you can eat handle!

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Next Level: Contrast Collars

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Gordon Gekko loved himself a contrast collar, but that doesn’t mean you can’t, too. These four would look nice far removed from NYSE. —erica

LEVEL I: Jonathan Simkhai keeps things classic—and B&W.

LEVEL II: This Carven number is like a very girly play on the basic banker shirt. (Not that pinks only for ladies or anything, okay?)

LEVEL III: Oh, heeeey, chambray! The short sleeves of this Sacai guy keep it laid-back.

LEVEL IV: Why not go for a crazy print with that navy collar? Equipment's game.

Come check out the “Next Level” archives now.

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Weather Vain: Long Island City, New York - 28 and Clear

Not sure if you’ve noticed, but it’s officially winter—at least in and around NYC. Here’s how to bundle up and look good in LIC. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ The kind of bag—from Thomas IV—that won’t fall off the shoulder of an overstuffed down coat.

+ Ilse Jacobsen boots that are ready to attack snowy icy streets.

+ Gloves from Saturday that’ll warm up your paws faster than a ginormous coffee from Sweetleaf.

+ A 3.1 Phillip Lim sweater that’s alllll about protecting your neck.

+ Easy but cool—this Lizzie Fortunato necklace wants to have dinner (mussels! crepes!) at Cafe Triskell.

+ Some leatha for your legs, from Vince—to help deal with any windiness on the walk to the Q train.

+ Stripes! Because those are good for ANY weather. Care of Jonathan Simkhai.

Way more “Weather Vain” if you click this way.

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Of a Kind

We love our basic chambray and oxford shirts too, but doesn’t this Jonathan Simkhai creation just look so FRESH? —erica

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Fave Look: Jonathan Simkhai

Making the Fall 2013 collections easy to digest. Scroll through all of our top getups here.

Jonathan Simkhai, from Style.com.

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Fave Look: Jonathan Simkhai

Attacking the SS13 collections, one getup at a time. See ‘em all here.

Jonathan Simkhai, from WWD.

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Of a Kind

These are the work pants I’ve always dreamed of…in that they look as comfy as sweats. Jonathan Simkhai, whose first collection comes out this fall, is clearly onto something. (via)

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