Hamilton And Hare Mid Zip Hooded Sweat

It’s likely for pants, rather than sportswear, that you know London label Hamilton and Hare best. But with the launch of its new Calzaghe collection – a range of activewear and underwear inspired by champion boxer Joe ‘Pride of Wales’ Calzaghe – the brand’s punching up its offering.

Fronting the new line is this high-tech hoodie. Cut from lightweight spacer fabric that’s both temperature-regulating and crease-resistant, it’ll help you land punches in style.

Available at Hamilton and Hare, priced £175.


Stone Island Cargo Pants

Rising mercury means re-thinking your trouser rotation if you want to swerve sweat, and the dreaded ‘swamp ass’. So best to lighten up with a style that’ll let your bits breathe.

These military green cargos from Italian engineers Stone Island are crafted from lightweight cotton canvas to keep you cool, while their slight taper ensures you’ll cut a far smarter figure than your dad at the weekend.

Available at Stone Island, priced £175.

Stone Island Cargo Pants

Stighlorgan Kavan Backpack-Shoulder-Tote Bag

Need a backpack for the train but a tote for the boardroom? This just-dropped hybrid’s got you covered.

A tote at its core, Stighlorgan’s update on its classic Kavan style comes equipped with not one, but three shoulder straps, meaning it can be used as a backpack, tote or shoulder bag. Plus – coming in 20oz calico cotton canvas complete with a black full-grain leather trim – it looks good, too.

Not bad for the price of a night out.

Available at Stighlorgan, priced £79.


ETQ Low 3 Rondo Iron Sneakers

Want the wear-with-anything versatility of a white trainer, but none of the scrub-daily fuss? Go a shade darker with this iron grey pair from ETQ, the Amsterdam sneaker connoisseurs known for their high-end kicks.

Dress them up with cropped tailored trousers or take ’em downtown with a pair of cuffed joggers.

Available at ETQ, priced £192.80.


Fantastic Man No. 23

Print is dead, they say. But ‘they’ probably haven’t yet pored over the hot-off-the-press spring/summer 2016 issue of Fantastic Man, the thinking man’s style biannual.

Fresh from celebrating the magazine’s 10-year anniversary, the team at Fantastic Man return this season with an instalment entirely dedicated to the notion of home. Inside you’ll find a profile on award-winning Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, Hood By Air’s Shayne Oliver shot by Wolfgang Tillmans, and a feature on Lithuanian strongman Žydrunas Savickas. Which makes for a (more edifying) change from your morning Metro.

Available at newsstands, priced £6.

Fantastic Man No. 23

Ron Dorff Sauna Swedish Massage Candle

Bring an all-new level of sophistication to Netflix and chill with this certified deal-sealer from Franco-Swedish brand Ron Dorff.

Featuring a particularly low melting point, this amber and cedar candle’s wax softens into a warm oil within minutes, allowing you to use it as a particularly seductive massage oil on potential mates. Just us, or it getting hot in herre?

Available at Ron Dorff, priced £39.


Orlebar Brown x Konstantin Kakanias Setter Swim Shorts

We haven’t hit swim season yet, but that’s no reason not to start getting beach-ready. This summer, we’re diving headfirst into swimwear brand Orlebar Brown’s sophomore collaboration with illustrator Konstantin Kakanias.

Inspired by the fauna of Brazil, the capsule is packed full of punchy, meticulously tailored tees and swim shorts – like this pair, which ensures you stand out in a sea of sagging boardshorts.

Available at Orlebar Brown, priced £225.

SETTER Papillion Preach Konstantin Print Shorter Length Swim Short