Globe Trotter Spectre 21″ Leather-Trimmed Case
For a man with so any air miles, you rarely see James Bond dragging his luggage through the airport. Which is a shame if he’s carrying this Spectre trolley case, crafted by British travel icon Globe-Trotter.
Admittedly, the gold detailing and leather trim aren’t the most inconspicuous. But at 21″ there’s plenty of space for those Tom Ford suits, a selection of Sunspel tees, and an assault rifle.
Available at Mr Porter, priced £1,270.
Common Projects Suede Chelsea Boots
With the luxury sneaker thing ticked off, Common Projects is branching out. Not content with turning white leather trainers into a creative office staple, the brand is now targeting suited-and-booted work environments too, with a range of Chelsea boots that will set off your suit just so.
This suede number is our pick, and not just for the way Common Projects’ signature serial number glints against the tan leather.
Available at Harvey Nichols, priced £310.
Sisley Monochrome Check Overcoat
Statement outerwear was a runway regular this season, but you don’t need to pay fashion week prices. Sisley’s overcoat keep things monochrome, meaning it plays equally well over block-colours or all-black outfits, since the slubby wool injects some visual contrast into single-shade looks.
It’s handy when you’re wearing several layers too, as those oversized lapels will lend matching physiques some athletic lines.
Available at ASOS, priced £180.
Adidas x Palace Pro In White & Red
To cop new Palace normally entails an overnight queue, but the brand’s latest range for adidas Originals has been produced in more job-friendly numbers.
The sneaker pick is this red and white update of the Gazelle, an indoor football trainer that became a skate favourite thanks to a hard-wearing sole and upper that could weather slides across concrete and grip tape. Though we’d advise picking up a second pair if you’re going to wear them on your board. Crep Protect can only do so much.
Available at END Clothing, priced £95.
Suitsupply Black Tie Configurator
Party season’s a-comin’, and now’s the time to prep. Suitsupply’s new Black Tie Configurator lets you mix and match your perfect jacket, trousers, shirt, tie and shoes from their evening wear range, kitting you out in everything from a Super-110s tuxedo to patent leather slippers, for under £500.
You just need to find enough events to break it out.
Available at Suitsupply, priced £499.
Moleskine Star Wars VII Villain Trooper Notebook
Take your office stationery over to the dark side with this statement Moleskine notebook.
As well as the Stormtrooper cover art you get an inside page with a collage of stills from the film, plus 240 sheets ideal for penning your own script. Or just scribbling notes, so you won’t forget what happened in meetings from a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
Available at Moleskine, priced £18.99.
Ginetta Lifestyle QRB Rucksack
Not content with building racing cars so sleek they make grown men weak-kneed, Ginetta has now turned its hand to clothes, bringing the same detail and build quality to what you wear once the overalls are hung up.
The collection is peppered with racing details, like the quick release buckle on this rucksack, which secures your kit from other people’s hands but makes it easily accessible to your own. Ideal for carting your helmet, or your iPad.
Available at Ginetta Lifestyle, priced £185
Carhartt Portable Chess Set
The game of kings gets a streetwear update courtesy of Carhartt. The pieces sit snugly in a bag that unrolls to become the board, which will help pass those long nights spent queuing for that next Palace drop.
Practice your Ruy Lopez opening and you might even be able to hustle a naive hypebeast out of his hard-earned adidas Originals.
Available at Carhartt WIP, priced £78