The Bomber: Luxury classic menswear Salle Privée delivers refined Italian tailoring, their motto embodies the clothing range: ‘iconic essential with a modernist sensibility.’ I really like this take on the classic style bomber. Crafted from lightweight suede, giving this bomber jacket a soft touch.
£2,013 at Salle Privet
The Shoes: This is the perfect summer shoe, Brunello Cucinelli suede loafers with tassels are a classic look that you’ll wear throughout the warmer months. If you’re wearing white, blue or black trousers the stone colour will complement all of them. Make sure you give them a crep spray first!
Reverse calfskin suede loafers with tassels Moccasin – £670 at Brunelli Cucinelli
The Suit: No. 8 Savile Row is home to sartorial specialists Hardy Aimes. Suit shopping can be tedious at times but at Hardy Aimes London store their modern vision is reflection in their outstanding collection and you’ll want to max the credit card. I like the classic micro check Brinsley Fit suit for all occasions.
£450 at Hardy Amies
The Watch: Oris has been making watches in Switzerland for over 100 years. The latest creation is one to shout about, ‘Oris ProDiver Chronograph’ was designed primarily for diving to extreme depths, but this guy has the ability to look incredibly impressive throughout the day.
£3,200 at Jura Watches
The Ring: Locating hand engraving is a rarity these days, Rebus pride themselves on their craftsmanship and traditional methods in an age of automation. 18ct Yellow gold signet ring, oxford oval, extra heavy weight
£1,100 at Rebussingnetrings.co.uk