The Goods

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 31 July, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 31 July, 2011, 12:00am


Quirky cool

Men who like cool, casual clothes with a bit of a quirk should take a look at Timo Weiland. We like the two-tone blue button-up shirt (right; HK$1,890) with contrasting sleeves and pocket details. Timo Weiland is at Harvey Nichols, The Landmark, Central, tel: 3695 3388.

Look closely

At first glance Dunhill's spring-summer collection appears simply to offer the label's signature pieces in shades of grey, cream, slate blue and black. But a closer inspection reveals subtle details that make the collection feel modern and fresh. The classic grey suit (left; HK$16,955 for jacket and trousers) is reinterpreted with wide lapels and buttons high on the waist. We also like the grey shorts (HK$2,595) with original print, and the simple cream jumper (both far left; HK$2,395) made from super-soft cashmere and silk. Dunhill is at Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2537 1009.

It's in the bag

Men in need of a black leather bag should head to Givenchy for some sleek interpretations of this wardrobe staple. We like the soft leather carry-all (above right; HK$10,300) with subtle tear-shaped handles. For something with more of that Givenchy flair, the classic black leather wallet (right; HK$2,030) gets a modern twist with gold detailing. Givenchy is at Ocean Centre, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2735 2361.

Go Peanuts

Yuketen's slouchy Peanut boot (left; HK$2,450) is an urban take on Native American moccasins with a suede upper, cushioned leather insoles and leather laces. The label was founded by Japanese designer Yuki Matsuda and is inspired by traditional American leathercraft. Yuketen is available at Kapok, 5 St Francis Yard, Wan Chai, tel: 2549 9254.