7 Spring-y Shopping Picks, From a Lightweight Jacket to a Fresh Face Cleanser

Everything we're stocking up on for a bright and beautiful spring season.

Spring has sprung and, with it, a whole new crop of outdoor-approved picks designed for fresh air and in-the-open wear.

Robin Briggs, former director of men’s design at Ralph Lauren, offers up the new Vancouver-based slow fashion brand Althyrea. Timeless sportswear, like the Tofino tunic, showcases ethical textiles and sustainability in handmade construction with PFC-free rain-repellent cotton. $225, althyrea.com

The Re:Down crop liner in Smoke Green by Adhere To Studios delivers locally designed style in recycled down, polyester and nylon—even the zippers are made from recycled materials. $360, adheretostudios.com

Inspired by the rugged outdoors, Dior’s men’s grooming collection, Sauvage, introduces a new cleanser and mask infused with cactus extract for efficient cleansing and exfoliating. $55, dior.com

The Serengeti tote bag starter kit by evolvetogether arrives as two microplastic-free, BPA-free and food-safe bags with built-in handles—perfect for farmers’ market runs. $30, evolvetogether.com

Shoe maestro Christian Louboutin forgoes his signature red sole in favour of the limited-edition Neon Collection’s CL Moc Booty Dune in orange leather. $1,195, christianlouboutin.com

The curious incident of the dog walk starts with a sleek Hermès dog raincoat in water-resistant technical fabric. From $1,050, hermes.com

Swimmer, meet underwater coach: Vancouver-based Form presents the world’s first augmented-reality swim goggles, which calculate metrics like distance, pace and even heart rate. $339, formswim.com