Jaeger Double-Breasted Herringbone Coat
Inspired by a 1930s image from the Jaeger archive (the British clothing brand, not the sticky liqueur) and woven from a soft, insulating wool-mohair blend, this classic double-breasted herringbone coat might just be the ultimate winter coat.
Dickies Bacova Overall
Dungarees, overalls, bib-and-brace, whatever you call them, if you’re over the age of five you run the risk of looking like a big ole baby. Stay on the right side of puberty with a pair inspired by tough-as-nails workwear, like this pair from US firm Dickies.
Converse x Brain Dead Long Sleeve T-Shirt
King of the footwear collaboration, Converse, has decided to get down and dirty with gnarly subculture clothing brand Brain Dead. The shoes have alas sold out quicker than Usain Bolt on a pogo stick, but you can still pick up pieces like this cool purple T-shirt from the collection with the punchy Brain Dead logo on the front.
Iffley Road Worthing Track Top
Going against the grain of all this futuristic sportswear knocking about is Iffley Road. Named after the track on which the four-minute mile was broken in 1954, the British firm turns out classic but highly functional athletic gear like this burgundy zip-neck track top, which could just as easily slot under a denim jacket for a casual look.
Lee x Oi Polloi 101Z Cords Trousers
Northern powerhouse and esteemed tastemaker Oi Polloi doesn’t just stock any old menswear, so when the store partners with denim pioneers Lee, you know it’s going to be something special. These funky, seventies-inspired corduroy trousers are a riff on the classic Lee 101Z jeans, cut with a regular fit that’s ideal for everyone from sharply dressed geography teachers to Pitti peacocks.
DSquared2 Wood EDT
A label made in Italy yet almost entirely dedicated to the Canadian homeland of founders Dean and Dan Caten, it’s little wonder the latest fragrance from DSquared2 goes big on wood. An evolution of the original He Wood fragrance launched in 2007, the masculine scent also leans on spicy ginger, calming violet and rich Ambrox. In short, it’s sex on well-spritzed legs.
Hamilton & Hare Personalised Towelling Robe
Getting out of bed during the winter months is about as fun as going 10 rounds with Anthony Joshua. Knowing just what an uphill struggle it can be, British loungewear brand Hamilton & Hare has produced this Egyptian loop-towel cotton robe inspired by the garms worn by boxers, which can even be personalised with your moniker. ‘Back To Bed Barry’ it is, then.
Adidas Country X Kamanda Trainers
For its new collection, Never Made, sportswear giant Adidas has returned to some of its most classic silhouettes and given them a contemporary makeover, like the Country running shoe from the 1970s, now clad with the tread from this year’s insanely popular Kamanda sneakers.
Armor Lux Polo Shirt
You might not have picked up an egg-shaped ball since your school days, but that’s no reason not to get involved in one of the biggest trends of this season, the rugby shirt. This one from French clothing brand Armor Lux is a good entry point, with an eye-popping orange and blue stripe that we’ll be using to score big style points this weekend.
Bremont Supersonic Rose Gold Watch
When it was running, the Concorde passenger jet could take flyers from New York to Paris in three and a half hours, which is far shorter than the average wait time to get into Supreme. To celebrate this icon of aviation, British watchmaker Bremont has produced a timepiece that incorporates a ring of aluminium from the Alpha Bravo, Heathrow airport’s last remaining Concorde, in its design.
Dr Martens Skull Web Satchel
Halloween is less than a week away, and Dr Martens’ Skull Web Satchel is one way to get in the spirit of things without having to resort to a naff couples costume. Cut from the same hardwearing leather as the brand’s iconic boots, the bag is finished with premium details but won’t spook your bank balance.
Mr Porter x Lululemon Stretch Shell Shorts
Having conquered yoga-loving mums, athletic apparel brand Lululemon is now going after blokes through an exclusive link up with retailer Mr Porter that includes these sweat-wicking shell, perforated shorts, which come fitted with a no-bounce phone pocket and a cord exit to feed your headphones through.
Reserved Wool Blend Sweater
Shopping for a new season wardrobe doesn’t have to mean getting tied up in knots by knitwear. Just remember one thing: wool, like the sort used in this sweater by Polish fashion retailer Reserved, trumps all as means of keeping out the cold while keeping the cool in.
Christopher Raeburn x Timberland T-Shirt
In the biggest piece of menswear news this week, British fashion designer and champion of sustainable fashion Christopher Raeburn has been announced as the creative director of boot monolith Timberland. For a taste of what’s to come, take a look at this recycled and reworked T-shirt from the brand’s back catalogue.
Superdry Rookie Down Parka
Don’t be a hero this winter, wrap up warm and just pray you get through it without the dreaded lurgy coming your way. It’s a scenario much less likely to happen if you invest in a proper coat like this one from Superdry with a premium duck down filling and a detachable faux fur trim.
Vilebrequin x Queen Collection T-Shirt
From his light wash jeans to his leather skirt (okay, maybe not that last one), Freddie Mercury was a bona fide style icon. So to mark the new Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, French resortwear specialist Vilebrequin has produced a collection that pays homage to the band, containing pieces like this suitably standout T-shirt.
Vans Varix WC Trainers
When we heard about the WaffleCup technology on Vans’ new Varix WC model, we were thinking there’d be some sweet, sweet battery dough involved. Luckily for our waistlines, there’s nothing of the sort. Instead, the technology provides a durable outsole that makes these eighties-looking, trainers with a base from which they can last a lifetime.
Lucky Seven Pink Floyd World Tour Baseball Cap
Celebrating 30 years since the band’s 1988 comeback tour, Pink Floyd is getting some airtime once again in the form of this baseball cap complete with a patch woven in the USA. Finally, the country’s headwear industry being put to good use.