Twenty-One Autumn/Winter Menswear Picks

These are the newly released garments which we think, come mid-winter, you’ll see as old friends.

Tartan Trousers, £275, by Oliver Brown
Designed to be worn with evening-wear – smoking or dinner jacket – these will elevate a classic, formal nocturnal look to new heights. oliverbrown.org.uk

Black Ebury Evening Suit, £1,500.00, by Chester Barrie
The four-ply pure wool used here offers glorious drape as well as a natural crease resistance, while the shawl collar offers a subtle flourish. chesterbarrie.co.uk

Sagan Classics in midnight navy, £325, by Baudoin & Lange
Baudoin & Lange marries as art and technology, as well as English shoemaking techniques and French styling, to hand-craft almost supernaturally comfortably yet exceptionally elegant footwear. Their products are often thought of as summer shoes, but there’s no reason not to wear the beauties below, with pretty much anything, on dry, crisp, clear days. baudoinlange.com

Rucksack, £550, by Billy Tannery
This stylish piece is part of a crowdfunding launch by the British goat leather brand, which coincides with Goatober – an annual initiative that promotes goat meat’s sustainable credentials. billytannery.co.uk Find out more about Billy Tannery’s crowdfunding campaign at billytannery.co.uk/indiegogo

‘Urban’ coat, £1,100, by Kit Blake
Kit Blake founder Christopher Modoo points out that this garment (see also main pic) packs “the swagger of our classic Greatcoat but without the bulk”. It features minimal padding in the chest or shoulder, and the brand’s signature high-stand collar and turn-back-cuffs. kitblake.com

Backless Slippers, £145.00, by Mulo
Lined with the ultra-sumptuous, breathable natural shearling, these backless beauties come in navy, slate, brown and dark brown. muloshoes.com

Bicton Tweed Check Single-Breasted Jacket, £595, by New & Lingwood
This richly coloured houndstooth jacket, worn below with corduroy trousers (£195, also from New & Lingwood) is a contemporary, unstructured take on a classic sports coat in Italian tweed. newandlingwood.com

Nehru Jacket in Shaftesbury Charcoal cashmere, £960, by Favourbrook
Based in Pall Mall, Favourbrook pride themselves on their post-modern, stuffiness-free approach to modern tailoring. This piece suggests their pride is justified. favourbrook.com

 

Nubuck and felt hiking boots, £1,100, by Brunello Cucinelli
Subtle contrast details – demonstrated admirably here – are one of the trademark aesthetic elements a company also known for taking corporate responsibility into the stratosphere. brunellocucinelli.com

Leather Fight jacket, £4,000, by Goodwood x Connolly
Made in Italy from deerskin and wool, this piece is inspired by those worn by the Italian military in the 1940s. Details include inverse design pockets, tyre-tread trim and an oversized shearling collar. connollyengland.com

New Bespoke shirt line, from £330, by Pink Shirtmaker
Formerly known as Thomas Pink, the relaunched outfitter has a new Bespoke service, the fruits of which will be entirely hand-made at its new London workshop. Expect 24 measurements, over 400 cloths and an approach which, the house says, is all about “demystifying this most elevated craft”. thomaspink.com

‘Teddy Brown’ Montem trainers, £400, by CQP
Handsome trainers for grown-ups, inspired by the silhouette of 1960s ski boots, from the premium Swedish maker. The Teddy Brown models feature a genuine shearling lining. c-qp.com

Ethical wool jumper, £180, from Sheep, Inc
Comfortable, classy knitwear from the world’s first carbon negative fashion brand. Read more about this fantastic project in the next issue of Robb Report UK. sheepinc.com

Boiler suit in blue twill canvas,  £310, by House of Minimus
Boiler suits were good enough for Winston Churchill. We thoroughly recommend this one, from a company founded by Rhi Lennon-Smith (formerly of Tom Ford), exquisitely designed by Evi Pross (formerly design director of Burberry Womenswear Runway collections) and hand-created in Italy. HoM is affiliated with Heads Together, a mental health programme of The Royal Foundation. houseofminimus.com

‘Hobbs & Shaw’ shoes, £525 (£3,800 for bespoke), by George Cleverley
Designed specifically for the spin-off of The Fast and the Furious franchise, these elegant shoes are worn here by a good friend of Cleverley CEO George Glasgow Jr – one Mr Jason Statham. georgecleverley.com

‘Dover Utah’ shoe in navy, £1,200, from Edward Green
The iconic split toe derby is Northamptonshire-based shoemaker Edward Green’s signature style, and is available in a new range of waxed Utah calfskins for this Autumn/Winter. edwardgreen.com

Camel hair double breasted overcoat, £1495, by Gieves & Hawkes
Number 1 yet again shows its worth as a prime destination for a new winter coat, pictured here with wool tie (£115), white cotton shirt (£125) and grey wool trousers (£215). gievesandhawkes.com

The Suit Carrier Holdall, £995, by Bennett Winch
Forget portable steamers, hotel pressing services (or hanging your suit near a shower): this fantastic solution from the luxury British luggage outfit is perfect for weddings or business trips. bennettwinch.com

 

Light grey cashmere ribbed beanie, £85, from Anderson & Sheppard
The ribbed surface of this winter warmer in super-soft cashmere, from the Clifford Street haberdashery branch of the iconic British tailoring house, works hard at keeping the cold out. anderson-sheppard.co.uk

Cashmere camel scarf, £155, from New & Lingwood
This Winter staple from the Jermyn Street boutique also comes in wine red, navy, khaki and brown. newandlingwood.com

Crew Neck jumper, £450, from John Smedley 
2019 marks the 235th year of the oldest still manufacturing knitwear factory in the entire world. Farmed, spun, knitted and hand finished in the UK, this is part of a celebratory collection featuring some rare – and wonderfully tactile – fibres. johnsmedley.com 

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