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Today’s hype-fueled fashion landscape yields a mountain of fresh menswear every month. Which is why every issue of GQ now includes The Drops, a guide to the best of the best new gear as it hits stores. April brings some of the most expressive colors and silhouettes the spring-summer 2021 collections have to offer, which is handy—as the world tentatively reopens, there’s never been a better time to embrace radical personal style.
Spring Sweater-And-Sandal Kit
This season Dior Men designer Kim Jones collaborated with Ghanaian artist Amoako Boafo, whose vivid palette—splashed across sweaters and painter pants—heralds better, brighter days ahead.
Bottega Veneta may be a leather house, but Daniel Lee isn’t scared of remixing its codes with other materials: This bag is made of squishy, durable rubber (tote bag, $1,250).
When you construct sublime menswear out of antique militaria, you create a lot of leftover fabric. Greg Lauren’s studio recycles that by-product to make things—this one-of-a-kind quilted suit incorporates mixed linens from past seasons (jacket, $9,975, vest, $5,550, and pants, $9,975).