Aquascutum Voyager Packaway Trench Coat

Aquascutum’s sophisticated selection of trench coats has been a smart solution to wet-weather dressing for well over a century. This season, a number of modern interpretations have been added to the line-up, with new shorter and longer cuts joining styles like the more affordable Voyager packaway trench.

Available at Aquascutum, priced £250.

River Island Black Ripped Cotton Hoodie

In need of a last-minute Halloween costume? The current obsession with all things battered and bruised might be the answer. Go for a walking dead look by paring blown-out jeans with pieces like River Island’s ripped cotton hoodie. All you need then is a little fake blood on your face and a convincing back story.

Available at River Island, priced £28.

Lee Cooper Norris Slim Fit Jeans

The menswear world has screen icons like James Dean to thank for making jeans the staple they are today. However, Europe`s oldest denim brand, Lee Cooper, came well before the Rebel Without a Cause. After more than 100 years, the British firm has introduced a premium selvedge line comprising three clean and classic styles: slim, straight and tapered.

Available at Lee Cooper and in the brand’s pop-up at 3/10 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6PG until 30 October, priced £250.

Topman White Monochrome Printed Casual Shirt

Forget run-of-the-mill checks, this party season inject some energy into your looks with a bold patterned shirt. Topman’s effort may come in monochrome but it still takes centre stage thanks to an all-over fleck design. Frame with jeans or a suit, just make sure you wear with a devil-may-care attitude.

Available at Topman, priced £32.

Tommy Jeans No.1 90s T-Shirt

Like most people in the Hacienda days, the nineties are on a high right now. One of the latest brands to throw its hat into the retro ring, Tommy Hilfiger has delved deep into the archive to revive the iconic Tommy Jeans tricolour logo that defined the era.

Available at End, priced £39.

John Sterner Turtleneck Fisherman Sweater

As if stylish and functional raincoats weren’t enough to be grateful to Alexander Stutterheim for, the Swedish designer has gone and launched a new knitwear brand. Based on the Swedish island of Öland, the first run of John Sterner pieces includes the Antidote fisherman sweater, which is made entirely by hand using around a kilo of high-quality fleece.

Available at John Sterner, price tbc.

Superdry Rookie Heavy Weather Field Jacket

Like most things in modern menswear, the field jacket got its start in the military, but soon took a different turn as a staple of safari life. Both these experiences contributed to influencing the rugged, utilitarian versions we see today, like Superdry’s fleece-lined Rookie model in on-trend khaki green.

Available at Superdry, priced £84.99.

Dr Martens x Nanamica Penny Loafers

More than 60 years after its first shoe came off the production line, Dr Martens is still walking tall. This season the footwear brand has partnered with Tokyo-based label Nanamica on a new, two-piece, collaborative line. Combining new-age Japanese style with solid British construction the preppy penny loafer has gained the Docs’ iconic Airwair soul and flexible Temperley soft handle leather.

Available at Nanamica, priced £170.

BAPE x Champion Camoflage Sweatshirt

Old friends A Bathing Ape and Champion are at it again. The pair’s latest cozy boy swag takes the Japanese streetwear label’s signature camo print and applies it to the US athletic brand’s sportswear such as T-shirts, sweatshirts, joggers and the season-favorite coach jacket.

Available 29 October at Bape, priced around £150.

ETQ Store Merch Smart Jogger Pants

Having nailed super cool sneakers, Premium Dutch footwear brand ETQ has stepped out into clothing for the first time. The nineties-inspired Store Merch range is made up of fuss free throw-on-and-go essentials such as embossed sweatshirts, joggers and simple coach jackets in a stripped-back colour palette.

Available at ETQ, priced £80.