This lightweight sleeveless shirt will work well through summer. Wear it with shorts, or distressed denim, or layer it over a vest or tee for an on-point off-duty look.
Backpacks have returned to the fashion radar in a bunch of new styles, shapes and designs. This piece blends the sporty aesthetics of the schoolboy bags with the style of a shopper.
Your summer wardrobe isn’t complete without a collection of vests. Look for them in a range of colours, shapes and prints. This piece makes a bold move with a geometric pattern.
Every menswear wardrobe needs that one pair of jeans that can go everywhere—a bar, to the movies, or just games night with the boys. These rip-and-repair ones are just that.
A basic white crew-neck T-shirt is one of the most versatile pieces to own. And when it comes with a quirky print, like this mojito one, it becomes even more fun and stylish.
We’d like to think that tailored shorts are the summer alternative for trousers. Maybe not for everywhere, but definitely a good option for not-so-business occasions when you’re required to smarten-up.
In a light pastel colour, this bow tie works perfectly whether you’re creating an eccentric outfit with short-sleeved shirts and cropped trousers, or sharp evening attire with a smart suit.
The aviator shape has consistently managed to be a fashion icon for decades. For two reasons—it’s super stylish, and pairs well with everything. Drive to work or lay on the beach, these sunglasses won’t feel out of place.
This season, the summer footwear has shed its laid-back vibe. Now available in fun prints and colours, it still adds the nonchalant Mediterranean vibe to your look, but is considered appropriate even beyond the beach.
This Spring-Summer’s must-have style, the granddad collar T-shirt is both laid-back and super fashionable. Roll-up the sleeves, leave a couple of buttons open and wear with everything from jeans and chinos, to jog pants.