Vivvant Alexis Tan Suede Jodhpur Boots, £335
Vivvant specialise in bringing luxurious Italian craftsmanship to British designs, which can be seen clearly in the execution of the Alexis Tan Suede Jodhpur boots. They have thick rubber soles with a hard finish making them both practical and masculine in character. The dark colour of the soles complements the lighter, brown of the suede body, which sweeps from toe to heel where you can find the triple V Vivvant signature.,
Available at Vivvant.
Neem Regenerative Cotton Shirt, £109
We’ve all heard how damaging fast fashion is for the environment and yet despite the warnings, few brands are willing to go the extra mile to do something about it. Neem shows no such reluctance, committing to and executing on a carbon neutral production system and they go even further beyond that. Take the Regenerative Cotton Shirt for example, which is made from organically sourced cotton that is farmed in such a way as to regenerate soil and respect wildlife.
Available at Neem.
Pantherella Stalbridge Socks, £45
Pantherella pride themselves on producing the finest English socks and honestly, looking at the Stalbridge, it’s a claim that’s easy to support. Made from luxurious cashmere with a rich, red colouration, they’re three times warmer than sheep’s wool equivalents and incredibly soft. Plus, with Pantherella’s signature seamless toe, there’s no uncomfortable bunching or catching. Alternative colours include denim blue and a mid-tone green.
Available at Pantherella.
Lerins Palm Suede and Recycled Sea Plastic Trainers, £130
While Lerins is a British trainer brand, they’re named after the Lerins Islands in the French Riviera and are inspired by their natural beauty and the environmental haven they provide. That’s why Lerins use sustainable materials such as recycled sea plastic in the production of their footwear, like these palm grey trainers. By removing harmful waste from the world’s seas, they aim to protect the natural environments that so inspires them. Additionally, £1 from every sale goes to the World Land Trust.,
Available at Lerins London.
Christopher Cloos X Brady Grey Tonic Sunglasses, £129
Tom Brady is the perennial poster boy of the NFL and for good reason, the man has style. Which is why the collaboration between him and Danish eyewear brand Christopher Cloos makes perfect sense. The Cloos x Brady Grey Tonic sunglasses bridge the gap between vintage-inspired design and modern materials, produced in completely biodegradable materials. They have a lovely, gentle grey tone that suits the subtlety and quiet strength of the design.,
Available at Christopher Cloos.