The world of fashion moves quickly. It always has, but now that luxury houses are beginning to mimic streetwear’s drop concept, the pace is picking up even more. That means many things for our relationship with luxury as a whole, but one thing’s for sure, it makes it damn hard to keep up to date with all of the best new bits. That’s where New in Luxury comes in.

To help you out, we set our market editors the task of grouping together everything that’s worth knowing about in the past few weeks and then we put it in one place for your convenience. Whether you’re deeply embedded in the world or just copping your first few investment pieces, New in Luxury is a great way to find your feet.

This time we’ve got selections from Loewe, Dior, Fear of God, and more. These 10 pieces are the defining drops of late, but a real highlight comes in the form of a knitted Marine Serre polo shirt which promises a bright entry into the warmer weather.

Shop the best of new luxury fashion below.

Marine Serre Polo Shirt

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Crescent Moon Polo Shirt


Marine Serre

Buy at Matches

It’s rare to find a Marine Serre piece that isn’t covered in the label’s crescent moon logo. This knitted polo looks as though it isn’t, but up close the crescent moons make up a vibrant texture while the signature is on full show to the reverse.

Palm Angels Track Shorts

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Track Shorts


Palm Angels

Buy at Palm Angels

Palm Angels’ collections are always underpinned by a range of fire track pants. This summer our attention has been stolen by cutoff versions.

Burberry Check Print Slides

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Check Print Slides



Buy at Burberry

Poolside style is a thing and an important thing at that. Flex your way around the pool in this pair of slides from Burberry which features the label’s signature check across the strap.

Highsnobiety x Vilebrequin Pattern Shorts

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Pattern Shorts


Highsnobiety x Vilebrequin

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We couldn’t not. Our recent collaboration collection with iconic French swimwear label Vilebrequin should be a staple in your summer style.

FEAR OF GOD Canvas Workwear Jacket

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Canvas Workwear Jacket



Buy at Harvey Nichols

Call us weird, but cropped workwear jackets always get us going. This brown canvas jacket comes with a perfect distressed finish and high-quality leather trims.

Endless Joy Rimba Shirt

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Rimba Shirt


Endless Joy

Buy at Browns

A bright chalk sketch details this poplin shirt from Endless Joy which features a Cuban collar for a breezy, open finish. When it’s cold, though, you can button that baby up.

JW Anderson Recycled Denim Bucket Hat

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Recycled Denim Bucket Hat


J.W. Anderson

Buy at Luisaviaroma

Upcycled from surplus materials, this asymmetrical bucket hat from JW Anderson is a serious statement piece for the coming months.

Loewe Round Acetate Sunglasses

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Round Acetate Sunglasses



Buy at Luisaviaroma

Loewe’s inside-out frames have been a fixture of warm summer days for a few seasons now but SS21 brings a beautifully marbled new texture to the acetate frames.

RIMOWA Original Cabin Luggage

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Original Cabin Luggage



Buy at 24S.com

We don’t want to speak too soon, but holidays might be a thing again. We’ve had a suitcase packed for the last few months in preparation, but we might have to transfer its contents into this fire RIMOWA number.

Dior x Kenny Scharf B23 Sneaker

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Kenny Scharf B23 High-Top Sneaker



Buy at 24S.com

Kenny Scharf came up in New York during the time of Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. For art to stand out amongst names like that, it’s got to be seriously good. Scharf’s playful characters are so good, in fact, that they’re the subject of a capsule collection with Dior and this pair of B23 sneakers is the best bit.

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