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My Favorite Things

By day, Zachary Weiss is a brand consultant, currently serving as the head of brand for Outerspace, a logistics-and-warehousing concept for high-growth direct-to-consumer companies. By night, he is a man-about-town. After getting his start in Manhattan as a weekly party columnist at age 23, he remains a social fixture, often spending his off-hours glad-handing and globe-trotting. From the bombastic to the downright banal, here are just a few of his favorite things

Zachary Weiss for Stubbs & Wootton

$650

Club Sandwich Velvet Slippers

“My ego wouldn’t allow me to not include a pair of velvet slippers from my collaboration with Stubbs & Wootton, which was all inspired by my favorite elements of hotel living—including the club sandwich!”

Hill House Home

$100

The Men’s Hotel Robe

“And in my endless quest to replicate hotel living at home, I turned to Hill House for this plush, piped bathrobe.”

Anderson & Sheppard

$655

Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater

“This was originally a splurge item, since it looks like any other navy turtleneck, but it’s quickly become an essential layering piece. I don’t travel without it.”

New & Lingwood

$1,540

Peacock Silk Dressing Gown

“I spent my first three years in Manhattan hitting the pavement as a party columnist for a newspaper, and got burnt out on regular black-tie. I like to spice it up with outlandish options, like this silk robe from New & Lingwood, which gives new meaning to ‘peacocking.’”

Thom Browne

$1,250

Slim-Fit, Button-Down-Collar Oxford Shirt

“I had a bunch of white shirts made, very affordably, the last time I was in Hong Kong. I like—and by ‘like’ I mean ‘refuse to wear any shirts without’—an oversized Oxford collar. This Thom Browne iteration is an elevated take on that … not to mention I’d join a cult if Browne started one.”

RRL

$2,600

Fringed Wool-Blend Jacquard Rug

“I’m lucky to visit Montana every so often, and I try to steal inspiration from the homes out there for my apartment, to avoid falling in the ‘midcentury metropolitan’ trap that seems to plague Manhattan.”

RBT

$125

Champagne Saber

“A favorite wedding gift to break the tired tradition of giving servingware and salad bowls.”

Brunello Cucinelli

$1,500

Nino Buffalo-Horn Sunglasses

“I can always rationalize a new pair of sunglasses due to the fact that I can’t grow out of them, and they last a lifetime … provided I don’t lose them in a cab.”

Nice Laundry

$59

Boxer Briefs Variety 3-Pack

“I have at least 20 pairs of these boxer briefs. Supersoft, with just enough stretch.”

Frescobol Carioca

$220

Copacabana Slim-Fit Swim Shorts

“Italian summer is coming.”

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