NO. 01
This dip-dyed canvas carryall features sturdy leather reinforcements and collapses easily when empty. Treat it like your knockabout summer beach bag—one you can take to the office after you shake the sand out.
$4,075; Hermès

NO. 02
This season, dress your neck with a rectangle of cool cotton, worn untied and tucked inside your shirt or knotted like a loose bandanna. This white-and-indigo option is a clean alternative to the gauzy, fringed summer scarves we've seen for years.
$290; Berluti

NO. 03
The thin black belt is an integral element in any man's closet, but this rubberized-calfskin option offers an understated matte finish that makes it versatile enough to wear with shorts, jeans, or trousers—day or night, all summer long.
$340; Lanvin

NO. 04
In 1937, the first Ray-Ban Aviators hit the market with plastic frames, then quickly upgraded to metal. It took 77 years to produce this 18-karat solid-gold limited-edition model, but the finished product is worth the wait.
$3,200; Ray-Ban

NO. 05
The Chuck Taylor All Star '70 line offers a higher-quality canvas upper, a reinforced heel strip, a cushioned sock liner, and a smaller toe cap for comfort, plus you have a choice of six colors from the original 1972 collection, including crimson, navy, and sunflower yellow.
$85; Converse