Nintendo Classic Mini
Level-up your living room with a retro reboot of the 30-year old Nintendo NES console. The mini replica serves up pixelated nostalgia with more than 30 pre-installed games including Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda and Donkey Kong (no cartridge-blowing needed.)
Available at Smyths, priced £49.99.
Axel Arigato Backpack
Swedish sneaker brand Axel Arigato has got its design team working overtime. As well as somehow designing, producing, and releasing a new shoe each week, the firm has now launched a range of sleek bags. This backpack is cut from plush suede with padded leather straps.
Available at Axel Arigato, priced £315.
Tumi Aluminum Luggage
Look at your suitcase. Do you really trust it to haul your sartorial arsenal for thousands of miles across multiple timezones? Thought not. Trust in Tumi’s first ever aluminium luggage collection and turn every trip into a best-case scenario thanks to its rugged shell, ample storage and effortless dual-spinning wheels.
Available at Tumi, priced £855.
David Gandy x The London Sock Company Gift Set
You could spend ages trying to replicate David Gandy’s near-legendary style, or you could just take the shortcut and buy his new gift set from the London Sock Company. Available in three colour combinations, each box includes a coordinating tie, pocket square and socks, with 10 per cent from each sale being donated to the Style for Soldiers charity.
Available at The London Sock Company, priced £89.
Scotch & Soda Barfly Laundry Detergent
Give your scent some staying power by including it in your wash. No we don’t suggest tipping cologne in the softener drawer. Dutch clothesmaker Scotch & Soda has turned its signature Barfly fragrance – an intense yet simple mix of citrus-herb, sandalwood, musk and Madagascar vanilla – into a detergent.
Available at Scotch & Soda, priced £14.95.
Vespa’s two wheelers have served as a byword for Italian chic for the last 70 years. Now the scooter brand is riding into the 21st century with its first ever electric model. The Elettrica is built with a striking metal body and electric blue accents for a stylish and speedy way to zip through traffic.
Available late 2017, price tbc.
Aside from being bad for your posture and interpersonal skills at dinner, smartphones are also pretty damaging to the environment. Enter Fairphone, the world’s first “ethical smartphone” designed to topple throwaway electronics. In its first update the modular design, which can be upgraded and repaired with new parts, has gained a range of colourways.
Available to pre-order at Fairphone, priced £455.
Boom Supersonic Passenger Jets
Picking up where concord left off, aviation bods have come up with a new supersonic way to travel. The appropriately named ‘Boom’ passenger jet is capable of soaring at up to speeds of 1,451 miles per hour, making it possible for New-Yorkers to escape president Trump for London in just three and a half hours.