Del Toro is aware of the importance of wood grain, especially since part of their fall lookbook was shot in and around a vintage Ferrari. In the context of hip-hop especially, a wood grain wheel means you've made it. Your whip is good. You've got your hand on the grain and you're swangin' down the oneway. Well done.

But if you can't afford to put wood on your ride's interior, you can at least put it on your feet: the Italian shoemaker has created a fresh take on one of its most popular styles, the Alto Chukka. This new print appears in a light lumber hue, and features leather laces, a gold heel zipper and the signature sole, engraved with the name of the company. 

The "Wood Grain" Alto Chukka is made in Italy, and is now available in-store or online. It's going for about $350 USD.