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Today’s hype-fueled fashion landscape yields a mountain of fresh menswear every month. Which is why every issue of GQ now includes The Drops, a guide to the best of the best new gear as it hits stores. If you’re reading this from a place where the arrival of spring means rain and those weird in-between temperature days, we’ve got some good news: scroll down to discover some of the finest transitional jackets and swaggiest rain kits known to humanity. For the rest of you, there’re plenty of beautiful garms to help you usher in a new season of style, too.
There has never been a better argument for the après-ski lifestyle than these rubber-soled canvas Hermès boots ($1,100).
Art Deco Blazer
You know it's going to be a spring filled with fashion adventures when Giorgio Armani, the king of tasteful monochrome, goes bold in the tailoring department (blazer, $3,095; sweater, $1,995; pants, $1,395).
Monogram Bucket Hat
In Virgil Abloh's hands, even the dadcore-iest accessory can become a major fashion flex (Louis Vuitton Men's, $575).
For streetwear provocateur Telfar Clemens, the devil is in the (slightly revealing) details (Telfar x Converse, $100).
Upgraded Gym Bag
If you know Sacai only from the Japanese label's smash-hit Nike collab, allow us to introduce you to another killer accessory you shouldn't sleep on ($1,180).
Dior Newspaper Socks
Designer Kim Jones nods to Dior's storied Galliano era, when cheeky “Christian Dior Daily” newsprint dresses hit the runway ($290).
Two-For-One Gucci Belt
This season, maximalist master Alessandro Michele drops the most Gucci-fied Gucci belt ever made ($1,200).
Split Silk Shirt
Emerging Los Angeles brand Lost Daze is coming in hot with the breeziest good-time shirts of the season ($750).
Pleated Long Shorts
Issey Miyake Men's proprietary pleating technology lends new sculptural possibilities to your go-to lounge shorts ($565).
Plaid Track Pants
This season Needles gave a tasty tartan to its famous rapper-approved side-striped track pants ($330).
The foul-weather coat has never looked as luxurious as Silvia Venturini Fendi's take from her gardening-themed spring collection ($2,890).
Photographs by Matt Martin
Prop stylist: Claire Tedaldi at Halley Resources
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