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Vanessa Barboni Hallik, an Iowa native and former managing director at Morgan Stanley, launched Another Tomorrow in 2020 with the intention of making a lasting, positive impact on climate change. Fashion, she realized, was one industry where she could make waves, appealing to like-minded shoppers without sacrificing an ounce of quality or style. Whether dressing loyal fans out of its beautifully appointed Bleecker Street boutique or serving them online, Another Tomorrow, whose tagline is “reinventing luxury,” has done exactly that—and in record time. Herewith, Barboni Hallik pulls back the curtain on her best-loved possessions

Another Tomorrow

$990

Women’s Doppio Wide-Leg Pants

“This trouser is now dubbed ‘the magic pant,’ because it flatters so many forms and looks as exquisite as it feels to wear. I wear them at least twice a week these days. It literally feels like you are wearing a sweatpant—and they never wrinkle. The wool comes directly from one of our ethical, regenerative Tasmanian farms and is spun and woven in a mill that uses renewable energy.”

Anthony Marra

A Constellation of Vital Phenomena

“This is the most beautiful, intense book I’ve ever read and it has shaped my view of humanity in profound ways. I won’t give away more than that.”

Veja

$105

Nova Sneakers

“I am on a persistent mission to find cool, comfortable, and ethically and environmentally made shoes. Veja has been my go-to for sneakers for years and I love this new iteration of their organic-cotton trainer.”

Kjaer Weis

Cream Glow Iconic

“Kjaer Weis is the O.G. of environmentally sound beauty, with the most exquisite reusable packaging. I use a total of four makeup products and this is one of them—filled with their highlighter, which is a wonder in a single product.”

Leica

$8,995

M10-R Digital Camera

“While I am more excited about technological innovation than ever, I am equally craving connections and deeply lived interaction with the physical world, which has brought me back to photography. My childhood was steeped in the arts as my mother was an artist. I’m grateful to have learned how to use a rangefinder later in life and Leica is the gold standard.”

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