Five ideas for men this autumn, from luggage to jackets to shoes
From reliable luggage courtesy of Tumi to practical outerwear from French label Sandro’s collaboration with Norwegian brand Helly Hansen, we’ve got you covered with some functional wardrobe and travel essentials to get your hands on this month.
O.N.S. at Kapok
Hong Kong-based retailer Kapok has recently launched O.N.S., a new men’s brand, with a pop-up shop at John Masters Organics on Sun Street in Wan Chai. The New York-based label offers elevated basics with a slightly outdoorsy feel at affordable prices.
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Highlights include horse-printed knitwear, patchwork blazers and lightweight coats in techno fabrics. Available at ka-pok.com
Mr P at Mr Porter
Mr P, the in-house label of menswear online retailer Mr Porter, has debuted its first range of shoes. Just like the clothes – everyday essentials with a twist – the footwear features a wide range of formal and informal styles. Derby shoes, leather sneakers and classic loafers are among the pairs on offer. Available at Mr Porter
The luggage maker, a favourite of men on the move, looked to Scandinavia for its latest collection. The clean aesthetic and earthy vibe of its Northern European design are evident in the functional and streamlined pieces from the range, such as this nylon backpack and this silver suitcase. Available at Tumi, Pacific Place, Admiralty.
MSGM x Eastpak
Italian contemporary label MSGM, known for its logo sweatshirt and colorful separates, has teamed up once again with US lifestyle company Eastpak for a series of backpacks and bags meant for urban dwellers. The items in the range come in muted colours such as black and in more eye-catching flower prints. Available at MSGM, Paterson Street, Causeway Bay.
Sandro x Helly Hansen
Norwegian outerwear maker Helly Hansen has been around for almost 150 years. The low-key company, which in the past has been embraced by rappers and R&B artists, is back in the spotlight for a collaboration with French label Sandro. The range features down jackets, sweatshirts and T-shirt, some of them emblazoned with the Norwegian flag. Available at Sandro, Fashion Walk, Causeway Bay.
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