Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Daily Paper

There’s nothing like working from home in wearable art. Amsterdam-based cult label Daily Paper just launched a collab with the Van Gogh Museum, a 21-piece collection featuring the famous 19th- century artist’s work. Drawings scale across denim trucker jackets, while T-shirts are adorned with self-portraits. We’re partial to this “Van Hajo” short-sleeved shirt with a classic camp collar — artfully splashed with Vincent van Gogh’s vibrant “Irises.” The back, meanwhile, is emblazoned with this quote from the painter: “I am not an adventurer by choice but by fate.” Same.

Big Dad Energy: Sneakers get the Dolce treatment

“NS1” sneakers, $775 at Dolce & Gabbana, 717 Fifth Ave.Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

Dad sneakers are getting the Dolce & Gabbana treatment. The Italian label is launching two unisex styles that will leave sneakerheads solestruck. The chunky silhouette of the new “Day Master” kicks belie their lightweight construction — using stretch jersey, rubber and specchio leather in a neutral palette. The “NS1” styles (a spin-off of D&G’s popular “Sorrento” sneaks), meanwhile, add textured geometric details and clever colors atop ultra-flexible soles. Priced from $525 to $975, either option is sure to kick up your shoe game this spring.

Louis Vuitton’s new bracelets benefit UNICEF

Louis Vuitton for UNICEF “Silver Lockit” bracelet, $440 at Louis VuittonCourtesy of Louis Vuitton

As part of its #MakeAPromise campaign, which raises funds for vulnerable children around the globe, French house Louis Vuitton is launching a wristwear capsule that’s as fashionable as it is charitable. Designed by men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh, the “Silver Lockit” bracelets weave bright nylon cords with bold silver links, finished with an LV charm and an engraved padlock. Each $440 bracelet sold unlocks a $100 donation to UNICEF.

JW Anderson launches its first flagship in London

The new JW Anderson flagship stocks the label’s latest clothes and accessories, including its buzzy Converse collab.Courtesy of JW Anderson

British designer Jonathan Anderson just opened his first JW Anderson flagship, in London’s Soho neighborhood. Housed in an original Victorian corner property, the two-floor store boasts two distinct facades and “shops” — the Wardour Street side evoking a modern gallery and the Brewer Street side that feels like a posh Saville Row tailor’s studio. The 1,300-square-foot space carries menswear, womenswear and accessories, along with the brand’s white-hot collabs. Don’t come home without some Converse x JW Anderson sneakers or a piece from the label’s upcoming Moncler Genius line.

Thom Browne partners with Nordstrom on an exclusive line

Concept 009: Thom Browne “Hector Doll” charm, $280 at Nordstrom Men’s Store, 235 W. 57th St.Courtesy of Nordstrom

Bow wow. Thom Browne — who’s famous for redefining men’s suiting with his shrunken silhouettes — is teaming with mega retailer Nordstrom on an exclusive collection. The 30-piece offering, dubbed Concept 009, just launched in stores and online. It includes everything from keychains (shaped like Browne’s dachshund), bags and shoes to bucket hats, swim trunks and preppy polos, many striped in red, white and blue. But never fear: The designer’s iconic shorts suits are also joining the party.