Top up your essentials: Merino wool sweater by Mr P
Although less than a year old, Mr P has fast become one of our go-to brands. Why? Because it’s a label that focuses on timeless wearables. For example, this grey wool sweater, which is new to the range, can be worn either to the workplace, during out-of-office drinks or when you’re on a weekend getaway to Bologna. It’s also cut in a comfortable fit, so is the perfect layering piece.
Merino wool sweater by Mr P
Fly smarter: Echo by Louis Vuitton
For the businessman-on-the-go, flying can often be a painful experience; but with the Echo by luxury luggage maker Louis Vuitton, some of your stress will be taken away.
This minute device will allow users to track their suitcase or holdall using the LV Pass App, it’ll also notify you whether your luggage has landed at the correct airport and thanks to its light sensor, you’ll be alerted when your possessions are being rummaged through. Peace of mind at last.
Echo by Louis Vuitton
Invest in some vintage wheels: 1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV
Born in 1958, the DB4 is an automobile icon, and during its five-year production run, five different models were made.
The Series IV is perhaps the most coveted of the line and has now been completely restored, and this model – which will go on auction via RM Sotheby’s this May – maintains the Harold Beech-designed rigid steel platform and has also been upgraded with new suspension brackets, springs and brakes to ensure the smoothest of rides. For any car enthusiast, this should pique your interest.
1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV
Prepare for summer: swim shorts by Sunspel
Fancy channelling your inner Daniel Craig? We have just the thing for you. Made in a tailored fit and crafted from mid-weight nylon in a matte finish, this classic pair of swim shorts by English heritage brand Sunspel should be the first thing that you sling into your Globetrotter trunk. Thanks to its dark navy colourway, it can also double up as something to wear to the beach bar.
Swim Shorts by Sunspel
Press play: Ruark MRx
Ruark Audio has always championed sound quality and worldly design, and that ethos isn’t lost on its latest product, the MRx – the brand’s first multi-room and cord-free speaker.
It can pair with the the R2 Mk3 and R7 Mk3 music systems, is built for wireless streaming and despite its bijou build, it conceals a serious punch thanks to its twin 75mm full-range neodymium drivers, dual channel amplifier and new cone design that creates more room-filling audio. Available this May in either rich walnut veneer or soft grey.
Streamline your outfit: belt by Dalgado
Men tend not to invest much money into their belt of choice; but, as an item that clearly demarcates the upper from the lower, it can often make or break an ensemble. This suede option by Dalgado has a classic weave design and is a far more subtle option than any garish Gucci buckle – as a result, it’ll give you some serious sartorial creds.
Belt by Dalgado
Tackle that to-read list: Kindle Oasis in champagne gold
Less than half a year after its release, Amazon has introduced a champagne gold colour option for the Kindle Oasis, giving the world-renowned e-reader a touch of opulence.
The device still features a grey trim on the front, but this time the back is coated in a pale gold aluminium; however, substance isn’t sacrificed for style as features such as IPX8 water-resistance and the 300 ppi display remain.
Kindle Oasis in champagne gold
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