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Ah, Europe.

The massive European retailer Yoox just unveiled their semi-annual sale, stocked with some of the best swag the continent has to offer.

The only problem is, it’s big enough to be downright daunting—so we thought we’d pick out a few favorites, starting with this fearlessly busy Thom Browne baracuta riff that might be the most downright badass item to come out of his chalet period.

But don’t worry, there’s plenty of more wearable stuff where that came from.

For instance…

Giorgio Armani Cashmere Tie, $59
The floppy cashmere tie hasn’t quite landed in the states, but we’re not sure why. This fills the same hole in your wardrobe as a rugged wool tie in a slightly more refined way. It’s a touch wider than we’re used to, but that just makes it ahead of the curve.

Simon Spurr Wool Pants, $95
A prince-of-wales wool pant from one of the best names in modern suiting. As close to a no-brainer as it gets.

Brunello Cucinelli Cashmere Sweater, $235
They call him the King of Cashmere for a reason.

5+1 Annapurna Cashmere Cardigan, $69
The staple button-up from one of Italy’s better cashmere houses. It’s no Cucinelli, but you won’t do better for $70.

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Corduroy Pants, $30
A rough-and-tumble piece from Levi’s Vintage at a rarely-seen sale price.

Woolrich Woolen Mills Flannel Tie, $39
One of the better artifacts of Daiki’s hunter noir period, marked down to a sub-J.Crew price.

Vivienne Westwood T-Shirt, $79
A t-shirt with a plant on it.

—R.B.

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  • Russell Brandom