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What to Wear in a Florence Cafe

What to Wear in a Florence Cafe

Three reasons we’d rather be in Florence right now: flaky cornetti, bracingly strong espresso, and that inimitable Italian sensibility. Here, how to fit in—plus a few places to get your fix.

The Locations: Take in the scene at Chiaroscuro, home to 30-minute coffee-tasting classes; the wood-paneled Caffè Cibrèo, where Isidoro Vodola has been perfecting his drinks for 25 years; and Caffè Florian, which recently added an airy art gallery.

The Look: Leather handbag by Salvatore Ferragamo. Cashmere-and-silk scarf, Loro Piana. Leather iPad case, Etro. Cat-eye sunglasses, Persol. Calfskin wallet, Bulgari. Lipstick in Scarlett, Dolce & Gabbana. Nine-karat rose-gold ring, Pomellato.

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Photo by James Wojcik

Jet-Setter Must-Have: Burberry Trench Coat

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Lightweight and rainproof, Burberry’s tartan-lined trench has risen from utilitarian staple to jet-setter’s must-have.

The Origins: In 1879, English outfitter Thomas Burberry invented gabardine, a water-resistant fabric that he used to create comfortable rain gear—a godsend for oft-soaked Brits. London’s first Burberry shop opened in Haymarket in 1891.

Call of Duty: During World War I, the company provided coats to British Army officers to wear in the trenches—hence the moniker.

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Prabal Gurung Designs Uniforms for All Nippon Airways

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Prabal Gurung’s latest designs are hitting the runway — the airport runway, that is. The designer and FLOTUS favorite recently designed uniforms for Japanese airline All Nippon Airways. Now, cabin attendants and ground staff will be decked in en vogue attire.

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Beauty Road Test: Frédéric Fekkai Hair Fragrance Mist Collection

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Say good-bye to the days of spritzing perfume on the neck, or dabbing fragrance along the inside of the wrist—so says Frédéric Fekkai. The stylist extraordinaire hopes to change the status quo with his new line of aromatic mists, which are sprayed on—you guessed it—hair.

T+L Editorial Assistant Katie James shares her take.

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Moynat Paris Comes To NYC

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Francophiles and luxury aficionados take note. The Parisian maker of the finely crafted handbags, Moynat, has a pop up shop at the Dover Street Market in NYC. Founder, Pauline Moynat, is said to be the only woman trunk-maker in history and began in the Paris theater district as a supplier to the Comedie Franciase in 1849. She created a handbag for Rejane, an actress of the Belle Époque, which has been reinvented by the current artistic director, Ramesh Nair in colors like robin’s egg blue and canary yellow.

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One-of-a-Kind Bikes Inspire American Travel

Will Leather Goods Bike

Throughout the coming months, Will Leather Goods, an Oregan-based lifestyle brand, will release seven on-of-a-kind bikes at random times and locations. Each leather-wrapped bike will be reflective of a specific period in American culture. The attached bike is inspired by a pre-revolutionary time when the main form of transportation was horseback. The brand's founder, Will, hopes to inspire American travel and exploration with these pieces.

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Photo by Will Leather Goods

Packing Tips: Lightweight Rain Gear

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Q: We are hotel-hopping through europe and we want to be prepared for mixed weather. any suggestions for lightweight outerwear? —Julia Stuopelis, via e-mail

A: Your best option for a fickle forecast: gear that packs into a pocket or pouch (see video below). Here, easy-to-stash coats and boots that offer protection from the elements or can be tossed into a tote or backpack during bouts of sunshine. Clockwise from left:

Men’s reversible nylon jacket with stowing pocket, Victorinox.
Men’s nylon windbreaker with stowing pocket by Swims.
Men’s coated-cotton jacket with packable pocket, K-Way by Marc Jacobs.
Women’s reversible nylon parka and matching bag, Louis Vuitton.
Rollable rubber-and-canvas wellies, Hunter.
Women’s compressible down jacket and pouch, Moncler.

Video: Stylish Raingear

Related Links:
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How to Pack a Suit
How to Weather-Proof Your Vacation

Mimi LombardoMimi Lombardo is the fashion director at Travel + Leisure. Have a packing dilemma? Need some tips and remedies? Send your questions to tripdoctor@timeinc.com. Follow @tltripdoctor on Twitter.

Photo by Levi Brown

Lafayette 148: A New York Shopping Experience Like No Other

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Devotees to the clothing brand Lafayette 148 can now have a shopping experience fit for a princess. Walk into their New York City concept store at the brand's namesake address, 148 Lafayette Street, and a sales associate will take your coat so you can shop unencumbered. Ask them for extra sizes or have your size brought in from their warehouse in Brooklyn.

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New Book "Tokyo Adorned" Celebrates Japanese Street Style

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The phenomenon of Japanese street style his inspired immeasurable fascination among academics, fashion enthusiasts, and travelers alike. For New York-based photographer and filmmaker Thomas C. Card—it was a calling.

Tokyo Adorned, Card’s new book, available starting this week, is the result of months of pre-production planning; weeks spent roaming the city’s streets scouting girls; and hours upon hours of studio time photographing each individual.

What began as a study of how subjects fit into Tokyo’s various “fashion tribes” soon developed into a broader examination of style.

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Cartier Shows Off Style and History at Grand Palais Exhibit in Paris

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If you are looking for things to do in Paris now, don’t miss the Cartier: Style and History, at the Grand Palais, which closes February 16th. Curators from the Grand Palais, Laurent Salome and Laure Dalon, reveal 600 historical pieces including Maharaja bib necklaces with mamouth gems, mystery clocks, tiaras of queens, cigarette cases, bejeweled combs and handbags with panther clasps. There is even an Academician’s sword made for Jean Cocteau.

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