Montblanc’s Extreme 3.0 collection of bags and leather goods features a geometric motif influenced by the aesthetic of Germany’s Bauhaus. This backpack comes with the brand’s M Lock 4810 buckle, which has been reimagined in Plexiglas so that you can see the mechanism — a standout detail inspired by classic climbing fastenings applied to a piece of luggage in a thoroughly distinctive and modern way. £1,240; montblanc.com
Sunspel’s Roxburgh cashmere jumper is crafted from the world’s finest sustainably sourced cashmere from Todd and Duncan, one of Scotland’s oldest spinners, on the banks of Loch Leven. The pure water is used to wash the cashmere, which opens up the fibres, giving the yarn an exceptionally soft handle. It’s then knitted in Hawick, the traditional centre of the Scottish cashmere industry.
The dark blue Davis wash in Amsterdam-based trouser specialists Mr Marvis’s The Jeans collection is named after Miles Davis. The other eight styles also take their names from cultural icons — there’s a dark grey James, for Dean. All come in a tapered fit with stretch, zip-up fly and coin pocket. Mr Marvis has B Corp certification, having met high standards of social and environmental performance.
The Jeans Otis, £119; mrmarvis.com
MCM, which stands for Modern Creation München, has created the Bandana Monogram motif, which takes the firm’s established Visetos and Bavarian diamonds design and adds paisley to create a pattern that appears on accessories and clothing alike. This Weekender Bag is our pick — it will look good strapped to your Harley-Davidson or tossed in the back of your Jeep.
In 2007 Orlebar Brown reimagined the swim short as a chic, sharp tailored piece. Since then the label has expanded to offer a full resort range, adding knitwear, cotton-silk polos, shirts and shorts to the mix. A striking new floral print named Utopia is designed to transport the wearer to a fantasy resort, as in this Ridley Summer Sunset shirt, which speaks of sun, sea and sand, even if it’s autumn.
The Corneliani Circle collection, referencing a circular economy, uses eco-friendly materials to achieve an elegant take on a modern sartorial look. There’s a play on proportions, patterns and textures, with blazers made large for a new type of outerwear jacket that you layer over your suit.
To mark the 130th anniversary of Alfred Dunhill taking on his father’s business manufacturing equestrian harnesses, Dunhill is launching the 1893 Harness collection of leather goods. The inspiration comes from bridles, with fine-grain calfskin featuring handfinished details and curved hardware. The 1893 Harness Tote has a double handle for convenience, a structured base to give stability and a useful pouch that can be removed.
Stone Island’s monochromatic Ghost series has been going since 2011. This new hooded jacket is made from waterproof, breathable cotton O-Ventile, has thermo-taped seams to keep moisture out and is insulated with PrimaLoft Silver padding made from recycled fibres. The signature sleeve compass badge blends in, ghost-like.
The collaboration between Zegna and LA’s The Elder Statesman is part of the Italian label’s Oasi Cashmere programme of partnerships that champion craft and the environment. The collection merges Italian dress codes with laid-back California cool as Zegna styles are reimagined in cuts and colours that speak of sun-bleached American boulevards rather than grey European metropolises. zegna.com
There’s only one Manolo Blahnik store dedicated to men’s shoes in the UK and it sits in Burlington Arcade in Mayfair. The setting, with its historic architecture and “Burlington Bertie” dandyish overtones, suits Blahnik’s take on footwear. Inspired by Georgian members’ clubs, this season’s loafers and slippers feature embroidery and eye-catching crystal buckles.
The designer Oliver Spencer named the Bradwell jacket after his late friend John Bradbury, who “had immaculate style and happened to be the drummer in a band called the Specials”. It’s a boxy, utilitarian shape, unlined, and there are trousers to match. “It feels like a shirt — you are dressing uber-comfy yet looking incredibly chic. I like to think of Brad wearing the suit to drum in. It’s that effortless.”
Jacket, £269; trousers, £179; oliverspencer.co.uk
The TAG Heuer Carrera Chronosprint x Porsche celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Porsche 911 and the TAG Heuer Carrera, both launched in 1963. It has a one-of-a-kind movementthat evokes the original 911’s acceleration of 0-100kph in 9.1 seconds, and comes in rose gold or steel. The whole look is inspired by period car dashboards — the red portion on the 9 o’clock subdial gives a nod to rev counters of old.