Here we are again. Another week. But let’s not talk about the weather, let’s not even look towards Black Friday, let alone Christmas. Let’s just enjoy the moment. The moment being another massive week for new arrivals including A Day’s March’ brand-new overshirt, the latest M40 Watch from Uniform Wares and the Horzin Studios smart luggage that will make your winter break a whole lot easier. Enjoy.
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It was just a couple of weeks ago that we were waxing lyrical about the latest A Day’s March drop of winter-ready corduroy and now we’re back again with a new focus – the signature A Day’s March Overshirt. Cut from a hard-wearing wool-blend, the original overshirt is a shoo-in for your winter wardrobe because it can be worn anyway you like. Whether you wear this overshirt over your favourite sweater as a jacket or as a shirt to replace a blazer for a more casual take on a smarter look.
Over the last 18 months Alex Orso has convinced a number of men to wear more jewellery; be it a bracelet, ring or necklace. One piece that has inspired the boom is the Nut Pendant. Cast in brass and specially plated in Ruthenium for a more rugged look and feel, the pendant has a special two-tone finish with the nut featuring its own high-shine satin. Best of all, all Alex Orso pendants are supplied with a brass chain in the same finish – and all chains are sold to you in your preferred chain length. Which means you can find the look and feel to suit you – whether you’re one to show off your pendant on top of a tee or underneath it.
If you’re off for a well-deserved winter break – whether that’s for sun or snow – you’ll be wanting to keep the Horizn Studios M5 Suitcase in toe. Crafted from the German-based brand’s signature aerospace-grade polycarbonate, which is both lightweight and protective, the M5 is the perfect carry-on size to comply with all air cabin luggage regulations. Better still, it’s packed with clever details such as the one-click removable smart charger, premium Japanese 360-degree spinner wheels, a water-resistant front pocket and an inbuilt compression pad a laundry bag. You’ll soon wonder how you ever survived without one.
We’re all on the lookout for interior inspiration across many different avenues – from magazines, social media, blogs, adverts, hotels, your mates house – and because they are so wide ranging, we often do nothing with them. That’s why it pays to buy a book that has all of the best interiors and architecture in one place. Phaidon’s latest release, Black: Architecture in Monochrome, casts an eye on the beauty and drama of more than 150 black and white structures over the past 1,000 years. Including fascinating photographs of houses, skyscrapers and landmarks from leading architects including Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson, and Eero Saarinen.
Uniform Wares has become a leading name in British watchmaking for its considered range of premium timepieces that have a certain self-confidence. Of course, they look good, that goes without saying, you can see it for yourself. But the great thing about Uniform Wares is that the quality of each watch is instantly recognisable and that’s without any over the top marketing or any unnecessary distraction. Its latest creation, the Uniform Wares M40 PreciDrive takes on the brand’s lug-less M-Line case, which comes in at 40mm diameter, and it’s paired with an incredibly comfortable adjustable titanium bracelet. Not to mention the reliable Swiss-made PreciDrive moment, the beautifully simple calendar detailing or the scratch-resistant sapphire coating. It’s got the lot, basically.
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