Having established itself as the go-to bag brand for cool kids in even cooler neighbourhoods, Vancouver-based Herschel Supply has finally launched its first apparel line. To mark the debut collection, pop artist Keith Haring has reworked this lightweight coach jacket with his iconic all-over dancing man print.
Available at Herschel Supply, priced £75.
British style legend Oliver Spencer has been a immovable fixture on the menswear scene for years, so London dwellers will no doubt be excited at the opening of his new Notting Hill store, which is selling this limited edition T-shirt by artist David Austen. Those outside the capital can still put this week’s pay check to good use online. Phew.
Available at Oliver Spencer Notting Hill, priced £79.
This year’s Wimbledon has served up style ace after style ace. Hoping for his own grand slam, Thom Browne has created a capsule collection inspired by the sport, featuring blazers, leather accessories and these striped sport socks; an easy way to buy into a designer name without a double-fault on your bank account.
Available at FarFetch, priced £60.
There once was a time when just about every footballer’s wardrobe choices deserved the red card (cough, sarong). But in recent years, style in the sport has found the back of the net, leading guys like Cristiano Ronaldo to launch his own denim label, CR7.
Available at CR7, priced £78.
Tid is the Swedish word for ‘time’, making it the perfect name for a Stockholm-based watch brand. Made using a durable and lightweight plastic known as TR90 (which admittedly sounds like R2-D2’s cousin), the new No.3 model offers a monochrome timepiece housed in a typically striped-backed Scandinavian design.
Available at Tid Watches, priced £100.
Helping to make smart summer dressing a breeze, H&M has produced a series of sartorial allies just in time for wedding season. The line of lightweight, breathable linen-blend suits comes in a range of colours, including this on-trend khaki, meaning you can stay stylish, not swampy, in the heat.
Available at H&M, priced £79.99.
Nineties sportswear has come back in a big way during recent seasons and few do #throwback vibes like Fila. Channel two childhood heavyweights with this collaboration between the South Korean brand and Mickey Mouse, exclusive to Urban Outfitters.
Available at Urban Outfitters, priced £35.
Tyler Okonma, better known as Tyler the Creator, is already making waves in the music world and now looks set to follow the well-trodden path into style. Teaming up with Converse, the Odd Future frontman has reworked the classic One Star court shoe with light blue suede uppers and one-of-a-kind graphics on the sock liner.
Available at Converse, priced around £77.
After years of misuse at the hands of tech nerds, missionaries and dads abroad, it’s time to show the short sleeve shirt some love again. This season’s options swap tent-like cuts for a more flattering fit. And where a pocket protector was once the only point of ‘interest’, now there are patterns and Cuban collars aplenty.
Available at Ben Sherman, priced £45.50.
Any man with a well-thumbed passport will know the importance of decent swimwear and they don’t come much better (or more difficult to pronounce) than Frescobol Carioca. Hailing from Rio de Janeiro, the brand has a beach pedigree that allows it to turn out a range of smartly tailored swimmers that wouldn’t look out of place at the bar.
Available at Frescobol Carioca, priced £160.
There are countless examples of why all black everything just works: Kanye… err, ninjas, Jon Snow, Catwoman? But there are times when the look can feel a little snooze. Inject some life into the look with exclusive-to-Harvey-Nichols brand Meng, which has taken the basic black T-shirt and updated it with a stretchy silk satin fresh.
Available at Harvey Nichols, priced £69.
Finding a decent pair of sunglasses that suit your face can be slog, but the rewards are endless. Not only do they stop the sun wreaking havoc on your eyes, they also make you look damn cool. If in doubt, go with one of the original and best name out there: Ray-Ban.
Available at Amazon Fashion, priced £92.27.
Most of us are bigger fans of sleep than we are squats, there’s no shame in admitting it. But investing in decent gym kit can be one of the best motivators for hauling your ass to the gym. The ultra-soft Stadium crew neck sweatshirt by Adidas is the perfect throw over for going to and from an early-morning sweat session.
Available at ASOS, priced £50.
You’d have to have been living under a soundproof rock not to have heard that printed shirts are big news this season (or banned from shopping centres not to already own one). For those looking to get in on the action, we’re big fans (sorry) of this example by Boohoo Man, which also features a Cuban collar for bonus trend points.
Available at BoohooMan, priced £8.
If white trousers feel a little too Monaco royal wedding, rough them up by subbing cotton for denim and heading a few shades darker (or rather, dirtier). The result is the perfect summer foundation for a pastel T-shirt – without the pressure of keeping them clean.
Available at Topman, priced £40.
After years on the fringes of society, the skate world has finally gained the respect of designers and brands the world over. Bridging the gap with particular skill, Amsterdam-based Pop Trading Company turns out ollie-worthy apparel with an authentic feel. We’re particular fans of the brand’s smooth cotton-jersey T-shirts, which are cut in a comfortable regular fit.
Available at Mr Porter, priced £40.
The French have a certain je ne sais quoi when it comes to getting dressed, making Bastille Day the perfect time to embrace l’esprit Français with your wardrobe. Commemorating the day an angry Parisian crowd kick-started a revolution, footwear brand Palladium has created the Desville sneaker-boot, which is available in red, white and blue. Of course.
Available at Palladium Boots, priced £60.
Summer in the northern hemisphere can at best be described as fickle, so it pays to have a few jackets that can easily top off a look last minute. River Island’s tie-up with street artist Felipe Pantone packs an eighties-inspired lightning graphic on the reverse and at a price that won’t zap your wallet.
Available at River Island, priced £65.
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