Must Haves for Spring - Men
Let Spring breathe new life into your wardrobe with fresh tones, sublime accessories and fabrics that come to life in the breeze.
Enter the new season with stylish punctuality courtesy of the 39mm Cellini Dual Time in 18ct Everose gold, the unique alloy developed by Rolex. The traditional lines of this classic dress watch make it a tting ode to the life of Benvenuto Cellini, an Italian goldsmith and musician of the 1500s. Watch the sun rise before your eyes in the aperture at the bottom of the dial.
If 2017 is your year of travel, this luxurious Italian calf leather backpack will ensure you arrive in hands-free style. With modern hand-painted edges and in a subtle grey that supersedes traditional black, it’s a backpack that can take you to the streets and beyond.
As sales of vinyl records continue to grow, get back to basics, not to mention old-school sound, with this turntable by Detroit-based company Shinola. With a two-speed belt- driven table, low-friction tone arm and Shinola-designed phono preamplifer, your favourite tunes have never sounded so good.
Versatility reigns when it comes to this notched collar, two-button blazer by the Italian house established in 1910, run by the fourth generation of the Zegna family. Masters of impeccable Italian menswear, join the polished cognoscenti and wear this blazer with tonal trousers.
The Santeria by Valentino Garavani in etched calf leather is anything but your average derby shoe. Artfully adorned with stars and astrological symbols, the opulent details continue with the signature Rockstud pyramid detail at the heel.
It’s time to pack away the dark winter tones and experiment with colour. Take a baby step in the right direction with this Edward Armah silk pocket square in a classic but contemporary burgundy paisley print.
Co-founders Patty Perreira and Bill Barton believe in craftsmanship and ingenious yet understated design when it comes to their sunglasses. Add to your collection with these round frames, handmade in Japan, in a cobalt blue that speaks to the optimism of spring.
A light-as-air casual jacket in linen, wool and silk sets the tone for the season. From a brand inspired by the languid Umbrian countryside and famous for its luxurious fabrics like cashmere, inject an air of nonchalance into your wardrobe with this go- anywhere piece.
The of-duty footwear of choice, this high-top sneaker takes shoe design to futuristic heights. The dipped rubberised effect at the toe and the ankle grip strap enhance its sleek appearance. Add these conceptual sneakers to your outfit and step outside the mainstream.
Encapsulated by the French perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena as “Feeling the earth, lying on the ground, gazing at the sky,” Terre d’Hermès is an expression of the power of the elements. Woody, vegetal and mineral, it features notes of int, vetiver and orange.
David Heath has travelled extensively through this undiscovered nation, capturing beautiful images of the inspiring Burmese people along the way. Journey with him in this stunning leather- bound coffee table book and contribute to a good cause at the same time – a percentage of the sales from the book will be used to build and develop a school in Yangon.
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