Arket Technical Hopsack Topcoat

The H&M group is taking over the high street, and your wardrobe, one shop at a time. This coat from the latest member of the family, Arket, is excellent for two reasons: It’s water repellent, so it will keep you dry, plus it comes in a timeless black watch tartan.

Buy Now: £225

Arket Technical Hopsack Topcoat

Soulland Joseph Sweatshirt

Emo (don’t act like you don’t remember) is making a comeback if uber cool Danish brand Soulland is anything to go by. But that doesn’t mean you have to grow a fringe to cover one eye and stock up on guyliner. Instead just wear your angsty emotions on your sleeve (or your chest) with this unbrushed fleece sweatshirt.

Buy Now: £125

Superga x Harvey Nichols 2750 Trainers

With a fan base that includes Steve McQueen, Italian sneaker brand Superga isn’t exactly short of endorsements. Nonetheless, it just received another from Harvey Nichols, with the duo working together on a pair of trainers. Featuring tonal branding and raw leather edges, they’re luxe but not in the least bit flashy. Bellissima.

Buy Now: £90

Superga x Harvey Nichols 2750 Trainers

Matt & Nat Paxx Bag

No one said ethical had to be ugly and this handsome vegan-leather backpack from accessories brand Matt and Nat is a case in extremely stylish point. Not just coloured green, it also features a lining made from recycled plastic bottles and because it’s durable, the bag is also sustainable.

Buy Now: £140

Matt & Nat Paxx Bag

Topman Washed Black Jeans

It’s hard to top an OG, which is why Topman has gone back to basics with its Original fit jeans. Cut slightly looser (i.e. you won’t have to get a friend to help peel them off you), they’re the perfect way to nail the nineties trend when cuffed and finished off with a simple pair of trainers.

Buy Now: £40

Topman Washed Black Jeans

Napa by Martine Rose Tyson Fleece

One of London’s most talked about young menswear designers, Martine Rose, has hopped into bed with Italian technical outdoorsy-brand Napapijri. The resulting collection features a tonne of great oversized jackets and coats, but we’re baaarmy for this boxy cream fleece.

Buy Now: £275

Napa by Martine Rose Tyson Fleece

Boohoo Man Corduroy Backpack

You shouldn’t need us to tell you (even though we just did) that tactile fabrics are going to be everywhere from here on out. This backpack from the affordable menswear mavericks at Boohoo is an ideal way to dip a toe in the trend and get a piece of the action without putting your hands too far into your pockets.

Buy Now: £7.20

Boohoo Man Corduroy Backpack

Kingsman + Jean Shop Selvedge Denim Shirt

To mark the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Mr Porter has opened its first ever physical store, selling an assortment of pieces based on the costume design for the film. As well as a focus on British heritage, the space is packed with collaborations like this flawless denim shirt by American denim brand Jean Shop.

Buy Now: £175

Kingsman + Jean Shop Statesman Selvedge Denim Shirt

Beams Plus Insulation Cap

A wool beanie isn’t the only way to protect your bonce from the elements. Japanese brand Beams Plus, which draws on workwear and heritage elements for its simple, wearable collections, has whipped up this insulated, waxed-cotton baseball cap. We reckon it’s a home run for autumn.

Buy Now: £79

Beams Plus Insulation Cap

Obey Green Chinos

Green is the colour to be seen in this season, and these mossy chinos from Californian streetwear brand Obey are the perfect length, too. Wear them with sporty tube socks and a pair of Vans for extra skate styling points without needing to set foot near a half pipe.

Buy Now: £64.99

Obey Green Chinos

Gosha Rubinsky Football Scarf

The tsar of nineties terrace fashion, and one of the world’s most talked about designers, Gosha Rubinsky could slap his Cyrillic name on just about anything, and it would be a must-buy. Which is exactly what this scarf is, so hop to it if you want major cool points this season.

Buy Now: £59

Gosha Rubinsky Football Scarf

H&M Wide Hooded Top

If you’re not dressed in shades of green this season, then you should be wearing usually-reserved-for-the-summer yellow. This buttercup-hued hoodie from H&M is not only on the money in terms of palette, but it’s also cut a little wider, which means it’s ripe for autumnal layering.

Buy Now: £24.99

H&M Wide Hooded Top

Sayers Silver Tie Clip

Despite all the statement knits and slouchy silk shirts lined up for this season, it’s still noticeably harder to stand out when the sun goes on holiday. Which makes the little details all the more important. A tie-clip is the instant upgrade your 9-5 wardrobe needs. Need more convincing? It’ll keep your tie out of your soup.

Buy Now: £31

Sayers Silver Tie Clip

De Bonne Facture Corduroy Trousers

Who could have predicted that the world’s geography teachers had it right all along? Corduroy is set to be one of the biggest trends over the next few months, but if you can’t face going head-to-toe in a full suit, then try these olive green trousers instead.

Buy Now: £272

De Bonne Facture Corduroy Trousers

Fred Perry x Raf Simons Long Sleeve Polo Shirt

They may call it the summer of love, but there are plenty of hookups to get excited about this autumn. Take this joint effort by British heritage brand Fred Perry and brilliant Belgian designer Raf Simons, which is enough to get hearts racing and wallets itching.

Buy Now: £99

Fred Perry x Raf Simons Long Sleeve Polo Shirt

River Island Contrast Drawstring Hoodie

You could spend a lifetime learning to layer like Kanye, or you could take the sartorial shortcut and grab this clever hoodie from River Island. Until it actually gets cold enough to wear multiple sweatshirts, it features a neat insert that gives the same illusion without the bulk.

Buy Now: £35

River Island Contrast Drawstring Hoodie

Pretty Green x John Smedley Paisley Print Jumper

Following the success of their previous outing together, Liam Gallagher’s brand Pretty Green has once again teamed up with iconic menswear label John Smedley for an encore of ace knitwear. Staying true to the latter’s ethos, every piece in the capsule collection is made in Great Britain.

Buy Now: £185

Pretty Green x John Smedley Paisley Print Jumper

Marks & Spencer Shearling Look Bomber Jacket

Chalk it up to the seventies being the trend that refuses to die, but shearling continues to be a key fabric this season. Trust M&S to hit the nail on the sartorial head, as the high street stalwart has done with this get-in-my-basket bomber jacket.

Buy Soon: £99

Marks & Spencer Shearling Look Bomber Jacket