Check out Ali Rabbani’s Favorite Things | March 2018


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It may have an ultra light frame weighing only 14 grams, but this beast is no featherweight, piping superb wireless stereo sound into your daily routine.


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The trousers’ dark blue and glossy red stripes, combined with the white stitched navy blazer is the perfect ensemble for the first garden party of the season.


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The vintage collections of Lulu range from briefcases to clutches, all adorned with its iconic red lips. This tote bag might just be the perfect piece for your next road trip to Italy.


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One of my all-time-favorite sneakers is the first track shoe created by Nike in 1972. The limited edition Kendrick Lamar version has gym red coloring that lives up to the shoe’s illustrious history.


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Chillax on your next ski trip or beach vacation with shades so retro, you’ll feel like you’re going back to the ‘90s. Alternate space-time continuum optional.


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For St. Patrick’s Day, three artists – a designer, an illustrator and a photographer – joined forces to design this limited edition under the theme of “Friendship.” Camaraderie has never looked better – and it’s delicious with ginger ale.


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The brand’s new collection is defined by relaxed tailoring and the preppy look of the late ‘80s, revitalizing their classic heritage with a touch of Ivy League.


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Nine exclusive designs sketched by the master himself combine his love for athletic designs with a touch of Parisian flair. Each piece comes with a booklet of his sketches, a collector’s dream.


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The nautical theme and vintage touch of this trendy jacket will protect you from inclement weather at sea or in the city.


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This outfit screams power and confidence! You can tone it down with sleek heels for meetings or pump it up with these quirky socks for after work cocktails.

Ali Rabbani
Creative director and stylist for film and print. He studied fashion in Vienna and has worked all over the world in styling, set and food design, as well as art direction for advertising and fashion shoots, videos and shows. See his work @iamrabbani

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