As we bid a sad farewell to the sun and pack away the shorts, linen trousers and sandals for another year, it’s time to turn our attention to autumn’s arrival and a new rotation of cold-weather staples. After all, it's the season for weekend walks in local parks admiring nature’s golden moments.
Before we get ahead of ourselves, though, it’s important to sort out the footwear. Boots are back in a big way in both classic styles and contemporary new profiles. Meanwhile the trainer is given a premium update in the form of burnished leather, branding and a beautifully minimal finish.
An autumnal update on our summer best-seller, the Transformm runner opts for a cool, sporty profile made up of sleek burnished leather and touches of Dune London branding. Wear them working from home or traversing from park to pub at the weekend.
The Cork Sole
You’ll be mistaken for thinking cork is solely reserved for the summer months, as the Catapult boot is only happy to prove. Soft leathers add a suitably smart finish to this wear-with-anything profile. Make your weekend coffee walks that bit more stylish with the Catapult and its cork sole.
Sometimes less really is more, and that’s certainly the case with the move towards a minimal aesthetic across new-season trainers. The Triumphs is all about subtlety, from the woven side panels to its embossed metal branding. Available in two versatile colours, it’s an essential wardrobe asset.
The Worker Boot
For the man who favours a quintessential classic, the work boot encapsulates both form and function in a decidedly heritage-inspired style. Practical, versatile and a true “buy now, wear forever” staple, you won’t put a foot wrong this season in the Candor.