Fabulous finds for him

Wow the crowds this season with our covetable line-up of the best things to add to your Fall/Winter wardrobe from the world's most admired brands



Neat neutrals

Brunello Cucinelli's Fall/Winter line is characterised by timeless neutrals, such as refined hues of beige, grey and blue, as well as new colours, which are muted versions of fresh and bright shades, including orange, red and lime green. Perfectly complementing these colours are enriching textures and patterns, which are perfect for the season, much like this mini check-print single-breasted blazer, $4,765


Playful twist

Gucci's latest collection sees one of the house's most iconic design codes – the horsebit motif – on fabulous new pieces of clothing like this pair of woollen tailored pants, bringing a pop of personality to formal occasions. $1,540


Weekend mode

A new addition to Christian Louboutin's Backparis line inspired by the backpacks of Parisian students, this new piece is crafted from black leather and features a CL monogram print as well as the house's signature spikes. $1,960


Like a painting

The inspiration for Roi Du Lac comes from the brand's founding duo's love for Italy. Marco Kinloch – one half of the duo – creates hand-painted drawings that are then transferred to original prints on fabric, much like this painting of an Italian palace depicted in this Palace Windbreaker. $255

Statement pair

For its Fall/Winter line, Berluti is expanding its shoe collection with a new statement sneaker. Inspired by high-top basketball sneakers of the 80s and early 90s and paying homage to Berluti’s first-ever Playtime sneaker, the new line features a distinctive sporty design. Made from Venezia leather, these pieces feature a leather insert on the heel with a pop of colour matching the laces. $2,350


Honouring a legacy

Montblanc's Star Legacy line pays tribute to the beginnings of watchmaking, with models named after Nicolas Rieussec, who created the first inking chronograph back in the 1800s. The brand's first Nicolas Rieussec timepiece was introduced in 2007 and, over the years, Montblanc has presented an array of iterations.


This year, the Montblanc Star Legacy Nicolas Rieussec Monopusher Chronograph has been given a new look. There are two interpretations of this timepiece: one in stainless steel and the other in DLC-coated stainless steel (limited to 500 pieces). Both come in a pebble-shaped case measuring 43mm, with blue details that recall the colour of ink ­– a nod to the original device – and an onion-shaped crown.


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