Slip me some skin Tom Ford does sexy better than everyone else. That is a fact, there’s no point arguing. From colognes to clothes and sunglasses to grooming products, this guy has you sorted if you want to look, smell and feel suave. To that list we have to add the incredibly provocative leather goods, including these two card wallets (above left and right; HK$3,000 each) that come in snakeskin and the most eye-catching colours. Tom Ford is in IFC Mall, Central.

 

And brains, too! Trying to prove he’s not just a pretty face, the world’s most ridiculously good-looking male model, David Gandy, is designing clothes these days and we have to admit he does have some talent. Gandy has linked up with Marks & Spencer’s Autograph collection to design rather nifty resortwear, including these swim shorts (above left and right; HK$459 per pair), but, yeah, he will likely look better in them than the rest of us. Marks & Spencer is at 28 Queen’s Road Central.

 

Too cool for school Herschel is one of those brands that suddenly exploded, from being nowhere to being everywhere. Some people might have become a little fatigued with the ubiquity but, in all honesty, the quality of the bags is so high and the designs so simple yet cool, you’d be mad to ignore them. From the current collection, we like the rather odd-looking singleflap backpack (above right; HK$610) and the more standard and classic canvas backpack (above left; HK$1,250). Herschel is available at Harvey Nichols, The Landmark, Central.

 

Twice as nice Achingly hip Japanese label Sacai has created a spring-summer collection for men that, if worn altogether, might be a bit much for even the most hardened fashionistas. Individually, however, the pieces are great, in particular, this T-shirt collaboration with Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment brand that focuses on the legend “Sacai (not Sacai)” (above left and right; HK$600 each). Yeah, we’re not sure what it means either but it’s a double dose of Japanese cool so you can’t go far wrong. Sacai is at 18 On Lan Street, Central.