1. Sporty spice Those in the know will be aware that Astrid Andersen is a rising force in menswear. The Danish-born, London-based designer has been one to watch ever since she left the Royal College of Art. Having collaborated with the likes of Nike and Kopenhagen Fur, Andersen recently teamed up with Topman to create sportswear for a wider market. We love the basketball-inspired shorts (left; HK$890) and sweat pants (right; HK$1,090), which would look good either at home or down the pub. Astrid Andersen x Topman is available at Harvey Nichols, The Landmark, Central, tel: 3695 3389. 2. Wheel good factors You may or may not know this, but Paul Smith only really got into fashion after a terrible accident put paid to his dream of becoming a professional road cyclist. Still, Smith’s never been one to get down in the doldrums and these days he’s still indulging his passion for two wheels with road-cycling-wear capsule collections. Having previously worked with Rapha, Smith has released his own Paul Smith 531 performance cycle wear sub-brand and we have to say we love it. An entire kit, including the obligatory cycle cap (top; HK$1,162), race socks (left; HK$222 a pair) and even a Mercian fixed-gear bike (right; HK$65,163) has been given the Paul Smith treatment. Paul Smith 531 is available at www.mrporter.com . 3. Home suede home With Germany beating Lionel Messi and Argentina in the final and all 22 players kicking about the Brazuca ball, Adidas was arguably the real winner of the World Cup. Away from football though, die weltmarke mit den drei streifen, or “the brand with the three stripes” to non-German speakers, is still doing a roaring trade on its heritage trainers. The retro suede Gazelles (pictured; HK$1,052 each), which will probably never go out of fashion, come in a variety of colours and are a must this summer. Adidas Originals are available from www.mrporter.com . 4. Neapolitan dynamite The world and his wife seem to be obsessed with Neapolitan tailoring at the moment, with the easy breezy cuts and minimal canvassing the style du jour. Milano's Canali, though, is out to prove it can cut it just as well as its cousins down south and belie the north of Italy's reputation for stuffiness. We love this Capri-ready look of linen-silk double-breasted suit (HK$19,800, for trousers and jacket), cotton shirt with bowling style collar (HK$2,700), silk handkerchief (HK$1,300) and striped cotton espadrilles (HK$4,500; all far right). Something of a blast from the past, we're also fans of the Riviera rogue look of cotton macro striped jacket (HK$12,700), cotton shirt with bowling collar (HK$2,100), stretch cotton trousers (HK$3,000), calfskin belt (HK$2,300), two-tone calfskin monkstrap fringed shoes (HK$6,400) and an eye-catching gold pin (HK$23,000; all right). Canali is in IFC Mall, Central, tel: 2118 5718.