What Ryan Gosling would wear if Drive was released in the seventies. Percival has made only 30 of these limited edition velvet jackets – so you better be ready to make a quick getaway.
Available at Percival, priced £199.
Angel Delight pink is hitting the sweet spot this season, and these muted trousers sit on just the right side of sugary thanks to a classic cut that can be paired with a matching suit jacket.
Available at River Island, priced £40.
Front row regular Harry Styles released his much-awaited debut solo single this week, reigniting our love of the Directioner’s signature shirt style, which is now available at H&M in the form of this short-sleeved resort number.
Available at H&M, priced £19.99.
Sports-luxe sneakers are commonplace these days, but these seriously crafted kicks from Zespa are made of the finest leather in the world by specialist trainer artisan cobblers in Aix-en-Provence, France. Worth their weight in gold.
Available at Pockets, priced £229.
Oriental detailing has been all over the runways in recent seasons, but leave stepping out in embroidered silk to Hugh Hefner and opt for this kimono-necked T-shirt from London-based brand Natural Selection instead.
Available at Natural Selection, priced £60.
Swap the acid wash for a classic blue with these vintage-inspired, original fit jeans from Topman. The result is nineties vibes that are more flattering denim than fancy dress.
Available at Topman, priced £40.
Knitted polo shirts are a big trend for spring/summer and a future classic in their own right. For a change from the usual preppy brands, Copenhagen-based NN07’s no-name take in soft melange wool is a solid choice.
Available at Mr Porter, priced £110.
Inspired by military air force classics and made from dead stock and repurposed materials, this ready-to-rumble flight bag all the way from Amsterdam passes the utilitarian trend test with flying colours.
Available at Style.com, priced £315.
A French brand making a red, white and blue jumper? How passé. Except, Maison Kitsunè’s Breton-with-a-twist takes it up a notch, with a nod to sportswear and a luxurious texture.
Available at Kitsune, priced £243.
Get ahead of the curve with this overnight bag handmade in England by emerging British brand Bennett Winch. Fusing functionality with artisanal skill, the Weekender is cut from bonded cotton canvas in a classic shape, but features modern trappings such as a padded laptop sleeve and separate waterproof compartments.
Available at Bennett Winch, priced £575.
The go-to name in sunglasses, Ray-Ban is bringing back its iconic 1960s ‘Meteor’ frames through its Reloaded programme this month. Available for five days only from April 10 and with only 200 made, better sharpen those elbows or get left in the shade.
Available at Ray-Ban, priced £152.
The German trainer market might be saturated thanks to Adi Dassler and his feline-inspired brother, but these nude kicks from compatriot brand Djinns are a side step into independent footwear without the monstrous queues (or price tags).
Available at Djinns, priced £85.
The ‘Organic Displacement’ print may be more Picasso than Old Master, but opt for this painterly shirt from British brand Native Youth to pay homage to Leonardo da Vinci’s 565th birthday this week. That’s a lot of candles.
Available at Native Youth, priced £35.
After a complete relaunch, Acne Studios has re-released its signature denim in a range of colours. These classic five-pocket white jeans sidestep the 1980s thanks to a timelessly tapered shape.
Available at ACNE Studios, priced £220.
Keep your Swiss Army jackets – utilitarian needn’t mean excess pockets and detailing. This lightweight, pared-back take on the military jacket is the only multi-tasker needed for the great outdoors.
Available at Primark, priced £35.
Japanese streetwear brand Undercover has bought its slogan to life with this tree tee that brandishes ‘romanticism handled with discipline’ – a good motto for any Tinder escapades, too.
Available at END, priced £139.
MTV’s favourite metal-loving lunkheads have brought their signature brand of slacker grunge to Dr. Martens’ backhand leather backpack – totally rad.
Available at Dr Martens, priced £150.
Leave the straight-up linen to yacht owning billionaires. Instead, hit the high seas (or just the pool) in these wallet-friendly, cotton-blend shorts from bargain spot Peacocks, complete with oligarch-style plaited belt.
Available at Peacocks, priced £16.
Pimped-up denim has been street style fodder for the past few seasons. This wearable jacket takes some of the bolder elements and combines them into a spring-ready package.
Available at Zara, priced £59.99.
With 200 years of history, Italian footwear brand Astorflex knows a thing or two about shoes. These suede and crepe desert boots are hand-finished in the brand’s specialist factory in Italy and come complete with laces in the shade of the season.
Available at Present London, priced £110.
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