1. Buckling a trend Goodness knows where or how these trends start, but as your arbiter of men’s style, The Goods can confirm rumours that the monk shoe is the hottest style of the moment. Buckled shoes will remind some of us all too readily of our childhood, but the JM Weston black box-calf leather monk (left; HK$6,700) is all grown up and manly. If you’re a stickler for tradition and like your shoes with laces, then we recommend these black box-calf leather Oxford shoes (right; HK$6,550). JM Weston is in The Galleria, 9 Queen’s Road Central, tel: 2234 7288. 2. Skull dandy Men’s jewellery is a bit like licorice or the music of Phil Collins – you either love it or hate it. We at The Goods are staying neutral in this debate, although we’re not overly fond of blinged-out bracelets and Jesus Piece necklaces. OK, so we’re not that neutral, but we’re not totally against the idea of jewellery for men and we quite like the leather and skulls bracelets from Links of London. If you are going to get on this trend, we recommend the playful Camden leather bracelet (right; HK$1,850). And while you’re at it, grab yourself a Friendship skull bracelet (left; also HK$1,850), if you’re into that sort of thing. Links of London is in IFC Mall, Central, tel: 2295 3328. 3. House calls What do you get when you cross a duffel bag with a doctor's bag? You get a Dr Duffel bag. Get it? No? OK, it sucks. But anyway, those irrepressible Swedish hipsters down at squarestreet have come up with a winning mash-up of the classic doctor's bag in duffel material. The Dr Duffel (pictured; HK$1,650) is a strong, sturdy and very cool accessory that, best of all, comes in five different colours. Squarestreet is at 15 Square Street, Sheung Wan, tel: 2362 1086. 4. Dystopian dreams If they ever get around to making Blade Runner II, Ridley Scott should talk to the folks at Salvatore Ferragamo about kitting out all the elites of future society. The Italian label’s autumn-winter collection is a moody meditation on futuristic masculinity (say that five times quickly), as evidenced by the look of double-breasted pea coat with leather trim (HK$29,500), midnight-blue leather trousers (HK$22,500), knitted jumper (HK$9,200), leather gloves (HK$6,500) and leather shoes (HK$11,950; all right). We also like the wintry look of multifabric jacket (HK$18,500), trousers (HK$7,200), knitted top (HK$7,800) and nifty knitted scarf with buckle (HK$5,500; all left). The shoes are not available in Hong Kong. Salvatore Ferragamo is in Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2845 2718.