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Wayfaring Tote by The Stowe for Of a Kind

BUY / 50 of a kind / $245

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Couple Up: Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston

On-again, off-again for nearly all of the seventies and eighties—so much dramz with these two. And so much good style. Can we get a primetime cable-TV movie about them? Please? —erica

Jack Nicholson: A Rag & Bone knit tie, a cotton-and-linen Billy Reid blazer, and Raen sunglasses.

Anjelica Huston: An easy-breezy Cook & Gates tote, a button-front Shaina Mote dress, and a simple K/LLER necklace.

Get into the “Couple Up” zone over here.

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Yoshino Tote by Out Of Office for Of a Kind

BUY / 35 of a kind / $275

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Does this Pine & Plastic tote make you want to dust off your paintbrushes, or what? —erica

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Zigzag, zigBAG. Into it, Kuu. —erica

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In Character: Catherine Boyd

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So get this: Not only was Albert Einstein a groundbreaking theoretical physicist, but he was also a matchmaker (equally impressive, no?). At least that’s what the 1994 movie I.Q. would have you believe. And you know what? I’m sold. Not just because his niece (played by Meg Ryan) looks freaking adorable—and smart!—in every scene, either. —ericaimage

A Mansur Gavriel bag, for carrying around her own mathematics research.

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A dress from Lela Rose, for watching Boyd’s comet from a convertible.

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Marais USA shoes that are sensible but chic—Nathan Liebknecht, Boris Podolsky, and Kurt Godel would love them.

More “In Character” action to be had right here.

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Copper Tote by Cook & Gates for Of a Kind

BUY / 42 of a kind / $99

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Weather Vain: Berkeley, California - 72 and Clear

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THIS WEATHER! Berkeley, you sure know how to make an East Coaster jealous. Here’s how to take advantage of all that Alameda County’s serving up. —erica

+ Shades, by Thierry Lasry, ready to take in the Tilden Park views.

+ A linen shirt from Organic by John Patrick that’s as understated-yet-perfect as a cup of coffee from Philz.  

+ The West Is Dead chinos the color of some Donkey & Goat syrah. 

+ Anniel flats—because there’s something confusing about sandals in January.

+ A Baggu tote fit for some serious produce hauls. 

+ Kathleen Whitaker earrings that feel like new classics, Chez Panisse style.

+ This Anndra Neen necklace + a tequila flight at Comal = a pretty fantastic night out.

Come on and check out the “Weather Vain” archives.

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AHHHHHH, leather corner of this Out of Office tote, I love you. —erica

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Next Level: Perforated

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Holes: such a thing right now. Below, four takes on the perforated motif that are totally perf. —erica

LEVEL I: Throw this Rag & Bone sweater on with a tank, and walk out the door. Well, maybe put some pants on, too, but you get the idea.

LEVEL II: The grape-y, Laffy Taffy-esque hue of this Rachel Comey tote really makes those hole-punches pop.

LEVEL III: Check out these super-slick 3.1 Phillip Lim flats! Those diamond-shaped cut-outs would let any crazy sock choices shine through.

LEVEL IV: What’s this? Oh, just the nuttiest ring you’ve ever seen, from Kelly Wearstler.

Get in on all the “Next Level” action right here.

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