The Valet. team is constantly scouring shops and the web to find the latest and greatest items from the worlds of fashion, footwear and gear. Here, the editors have assembled their latest finds—the items we deem worthy of your hard-earned money. Browse away, treat yourself to something and start the week off right.
When you're active, few things are as important than having some water near by. That's what kicked-started the mission for Janji, a Boston-based running brand that makes quality performance gear with global influences. And for each sale, the brand makes a donation to provide clean drinking water for people in developing countries. We like the bold graphics played in a subtle way, but it was the clever features (bias-cut media pocket, bonded hems and comfort engineered waistband) that really sold us.
Uganda Collection 5" shorts, $58 by Janji
After selling out almost instantly when it was first unleashed a few months back, this archival design is finally restocked. A sharp looking reissue of a 1960s Timex timepiece, it features a hand-wound mechanical movement housed inside a stylish and modestly sized 34mm stainless steel case. The size gives it a proper vintage feel, as does the genuine leather strap with subtle lizard grain embossing.
Marlin watch, $199 by Timex
Now here's a cool collaboration: rugged menswear outfitter Rivay and David Coggins, the well-suited menswear writer. It turns out, Mr. Coggins is an avid fly fisherman. Not surprising, considering it might be the most gentlemanly sport next to cricket. After a chance meeting, the two partnered up to design the perfect fishing shirt that looked good on and off the water. We don't have any plans to go fishing, but we'll get plenty of wear out of this shirt thanks to its roll-tab sleeves and handy chest pockets.
Roscoe shirt, $168 (available Tuesday, June 12) by Rivay
Summer is the perfect time to get your hands dirty. But that doesn't mean you can't keep them clean—wherever you are. This keychain-sized multi-tool adds a stylish component to your EDC. And not just because of the handsome and ergonomically shaped stained walnut handle. Inside you'll find everything you need to keep your nails and cuticles looking their best, including clippers, a file, a pointed nail cleaner, serrated edge scissors (perfect for hangnails), and a small blade for unexpected chores.
NailClip multi-tool, $40 at Victorinox Swiss Army
The latest edition to David Beckham's line of grooming products? A body moisturizer with a broad spectrum SPF 50. It's lightweight, water-resistant, enriched with skin soothing Vitamin E, completely fragrance and paraben free, and safe for sensitive skin. But what separates it from other body creams is that this is specially formulated for tattooed skin. It's crafted to enhance tattoos' brightness and blocks UV rays to preserve their original colors and prevent fading.
Bold Statement tattoo body moisturizing cream, $26 by House 99