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Nick's Picks

Surveying the next seven days with Gilt MAN Fashion Advisor Nick Wooster.

Every week, we sit down with in-house style expert and all-around dapper gent Nick Wooster to take a look at what’s on the horizon and call out a few favorites. Here, his take on the cream of the crop for the days ahead

Florsheim by Duckie BrownTuesday, 1/17, noon ET
“I think by now you know that I’m obsessed with wingtips. And the guys at Duckie Brown have done a lot to further the classic longwing cause with their collaboration with Florsheim. They’ve really worked hard to revitalize a classic American brand and put their unique stamp on it.”

Burkman Bros.Wednesday, 1/18, noon ET
“Ben and Doug Burkman have created a collection based on their trekking around the world, and one of the great things about it is that they really try to be loyal to each region they represent. The clothes are stylish, casual, and super cool.”

Walk-Over Shoes Thursday, 1/19, noon ET
“A uniquely American company that marries comfort and style flawlessly. Can’t get much better than that.”

Palmer Trading Company Leather Goods Thursday, 1/19, noon ET
“Palmer Trading Company is one of the coolest shops in NYC. (Check it out at 137 Sullivan Street if you’re in Manhattan). This sale has a sampling of their uniquely crafted leather goods—from belts and wallets to card cases and shoe horns.”

Paul Smith Clothing & AccessoriesThursday, 1/19, noon ET
“Sir Paul Smith has a long history of modernizing a British, tailored approach to dressing. Everybody looks great in Paul Smith’s signature, bold accessories, and this sale is an excellent opportunity to update your wardrobe for the coming spring.”

Billy Reid Friday, 1/20, noon ET
“I’ve sung the praises of Billy Reid before in this column, and I’ll do again now. Definitely one to check out.”

Gilt MAN Finds: Vintage Watches Curated by Benjamin Clymer of HODINKEE Friday, 1/20, noon ET
“Another one I’ve talked about before. Remember what I said last time about how great these are? It still applies.”

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