21. Hermès Le Mors a la Conétable Scarf, 1970, $390
The “Le Mors a la Conétable” print here was originally designed by Henri d’Origny in 1970 and is still a much sought after silk scarf for any serious scarf collector.
22. Louis Vuitton Borneo Green Epi Duffle Bag, 1994, $1,595
The perfect carry-on duffel bag rendered in the iconic, striated Epi leather and accented with gold tone brass hardware, this Louis Vuitton Keepall 50 is a staple of brand. Its spacious interior provides what every traveller wants — the ability to pack more — and the smooth, signature Toron handles makes the bag easy to handle.
23. YSL Blue Leopard Burnout Blouse, 1980s, $1,250
After Yves Saint Laurent left Christian Dior, he started his namesake label in 1962 and quickly became one of the most influential designers in Paris, ushering in a new bohemian style of dress that remained a signature of the house into the 1980s. Transparent fabrics were prominent in his collections as well as peasant-style silhouettes in rich fabrics like velvet. This peasant-style top in velvet burnout is the best of both worlds.
24. Versace Silk Shirt, Early 1990s, $1,950
Gianni Versace’s gilded style hit a boom in the 1980s and 1990s with his opulent, more is more aesthetic. Each color is hand-pressed onto the silk using multiple screens to create the vibrant designs.
25. Kimono, ca. 1950, $950
What Goes Around Comes Around only sources traditional kimonos from Japan with a special interest in those made between 1940s to 1960s. During this time, kimonos still had the special touches and traditional unspoiled craftsmanship passed down from generation to generation.
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