1- Dr. Martens x Engineered Garments 1461 Smith
From Off-White to Supreme, British footwear brand Dr. Martens knows how to shake up a pair of its classic shoes with a killer collab. This most recent alliance sees it combine with purveyors of vintage-inspired American workwear, Engineered Garments. Surprisingly, the look remains undeniably British, with the kind of stomping utilitarianism that DMs is known for.
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Juno II Large Suitcase
Ever spent hours stuck in an airport watching the carousel spin round a litter of black suitcases? You creakily bend down to survey one after another that looks like yours, but isn’t. Well it’s travel hack time – stop buying luggage that blends in with all the rest. Stand out on the carousel with this orange beast from British luggage manufacturers Antler, which also has a tough polypropylene shell to prevent all your duty-free bottles smashing during turbulence.
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SeaVees Legend Sneaker Standard
When we think of Californian footwear, the first word on our lips is always “Vans”. But another Californian footwear brand two years older than Vans is now coming to the UK to give us a stern telling off. Founded in 1964, SeaVees launched its UK site last week and has a new SS18 collection to show off featuring these summer haze pink delights made out of poplin twill – a light, durable fabric usually reserved for shirts.
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"Millennial pink", that warm, blush rose colour you can't help avoiding on your guys right now, is set to grow up next season - and is expanding into other hues. While there were bursts of eye-popping hot pink at Ami, Comme des Garcons and Billionaire, the most popular shades are from the mid-pink to pastel end of the spectrum. And what's impressive is that the sleekest, most established labels on the continent were generally the ones pitching it as your seasonal go-to: Ermenegildo Zegna, Berluti, Fendi and Valentino, not to mention Oliver Spencer and Dunhill back here in the UK. Oh, and get on the pre-order list for a pair of Tom Ford's lighter-than-light pink jeans ASAP.