Philip Friedman
Courtney Kenefick

The outfit

Taking the guesswork out of packing, L.A.-based menswear label Buck Mason sells thoughtfully mixed-and-matched wardrobe staples. This exclusive bundle for Travel + Leisure—two classic tees, a modern oxford shirt, slim-fit jeans, and a brown leather belt—makes preparing for a weekend away a no-brainer. Better still, the brand’s direct-to-consumer model keeps prices reasonable, without cutting back on quality. It all rings in at $367.


The accessory

Utilitarian leather messenger bags were a staple largely among private-school kids until British brand Cambridge Satchel Company came along. Having built a stylish following with neon and metallic offerings for women, it’s launching a collection with men in mind: map bags, briefcases, and backpacks in navy, forest green, and brown. The company remains true to its roots by making everything—from the dyed leathers to the brass hardware—by hand in Great Britain. From $200.

Courtesy of Cambridge Satchel Company


The scent

A pair of new colognes that evoke an Italian vacation: Giorgio Armani’s Acqua di Giò Profumo, a mix of spices and citrus, suggests the aroma of waves hitting the shores of Pantelleria (from $95), and the sporty Acqua di Parma Colonia Club (from $100), available this month, calls to mind a Tuscan vineyard with its fresh, masculine notes of lemon, bergamot, and musk.

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