Prada Three-Pack Slim-Fit Cotton-Jersey T-Shirts

It’s no secret that Prada holds a unique place in the world of menswear, even making our list of the most influential fashion shows of all time. So imagine our excitement when we heard the Italian superbrand had become available online for the first time.

But don’t worry, it’s not all just about £4,000 shearling jackets (though they have those, too), you can also pick up a pack of three never-out-of-style crew neck t-shirts at a bargain price. Well, a bargain for Prada.

Available at Mr Porter, priced £160.

Cheap Monday Tight Blue Dry Jeans

When Cheap Monday was launched in Stockholm in 2004, its founder Örjan Andersson claimed to have produced the skinniest jeans ever made; a model he plainly dubbed ‘Tight’ (apparently ‘sausage casing’ was taken.)

The fit went on to be a hit, selling out in a fortnight, and now has been updated for autumn/winter. From this month, the unisex, medium rise jeans are available in no fewer than 23 finishes, including classic dark unwashed denim.

Available at Cheap Monday, priced £49.

Tu Clothing Camel Overcoat

Eggs, check. Milk, check. Devilishly handsome camel overcoat. Wait, what? Tu (yes, as in Sainsbury’s clothing line) has come on strides in recent seasons and is now cracking winter’s toughest cookie (pun intended) – outerwear.

This season the supermarket chain is making the weekly shop that little bit more stylish with a series of classic wool-mix coats cut with a tailored fit, perfect for wearing over smart separates or off-duty weekend looks.

Available at Tu Clothing, priced £55.

Levi’s You Say You Want A Revolution? Records & Rebels T-Shirt

If, as The Beatles sang, “you say you want a revolution”, you might want to get down to the Victoria and Albert Museum. The latest exhibition at the London landmark is a satisfyingly trippy journey through the Swinging Sixties.

To mark the launch of Records & Rebels 1966-1970, one of the show’s sponsor, Levi’s, has dug out graphic artwork from its Orange Tab archive and applied it to a suitably psychedelic t-shirt.

Available exclusively at the V&A Shop and at the Levi’s flagship on Regent Street, London, priced £25.

Neil Barrett Army Green Skinny Biker Jeans

Channel the ever stylish and equally bad-ass James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause by revving up your wardrobe in a pair of moto-inspired jeans.

Neil Barrett’s army green take on the toughened-up trousers comes in a skinny cut, with a distressed finish and ribbed panels. Enough to get any look up to speed.

Available at Harvey Nichols, priced £365.

ASOS Chelsea Boots In Grey With Zip

Chelsea Boots are essentially a shortcut to rockstar swagger. Despite a history that stretches back to the Victorian era, it wasn’t until the likes of The Stones threw them on in the 1970s that the stacked heel style became a true menswear mainstay.

Ready for the shifting seasons, ASOS has updated the classic boot with a lower ankle shaft and slimmed down toe. If they’re good enough for Mick Jagger…

Available at Asos, priced £28.

Boohoo Man Military Pocket Sweater

However unfortunately named, the sweatshirt has given us menswear folk some of the most iconic style moves looks to date, both in and outside of the gym.

BoohooMan’s casually-cut version pulls on another key influence, adding a military-inspired snap-fastened pocket to the chest, as well as contrast epaulette style shoulder panels.

Available at BoohooMAN, priced £14.

Zoe Karssen Cry Baby Bomber Jacket

Zoe Karssen is one of Amsterdam’s hottest style exports. Despite only launching menswear at the end of May, the brand has already picked up a strong following, even being worn by Coldplay frontman Chris Martin when he appeared on James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke.

The debut collection is full of killer pieces like the Cry Baby bomber jacket, which updates this season’s prime outerwear pick with grosgrain tape details, heavy silver hardware and bouclé lettering.

Available at Zoe Karssen, priced £414.