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Top 10 luxury fashion items for him this Spring

This post is a continuation of our new, regular series of quarterly fashion round-ups, both for him and for her. For her, see this post, and for him, read on. Greens and blues have been dominant across many of the SS15 collections and statement stripes are also said to be in vogue. Whether you’re looking to adopt some of these fashions or buck the trend, here are 10 luxury items that are sure to ooze style this Spring. Garment-dyed linen-silk sport shirt from Peter Millar Nothing says Spring and Summer style like cool and classic linen and silk. This ethereal shirt from Peter Millar  – with a comfortable classic fit and a box-pleat centre back yoke – is breathable and a true staple. Garment-dyed yarns retain the saturated colors of the season and give this button-down collar shirt a casual yet stylish look. Garment-dyed linen-silk sport shirt from Peter Millar Regular fit polo with herringbone stripes from Lacoste Crafted in cotton jersey, this long-sleeve Lacoste polo features wide contrasting stripes with a herringbone texture – a classic look for the season. The ribbed collar and armbands and of course the embroidered crocodile on the chest give this 100% cotton garment an extra dash of style for a casual and dynamic look. Regular fit polo with herringbone stripes from Lacoste Marciano field bush jacket from GUESS Perfect for private occasions, this sahariana jacket from GUESS brings a casual slant to classic looks, with the convenient multiple pockets adding a modern touch. A high collar, long sleeves and a slim fit make this the ideal jacket for your travels, suitable for a variety of different scenarios. Available from GUESS for £229.00. Marciano field bush jacket from GUESS Classic swim trunk from Strong Boalt The original volley trunk from Strong Boalt is a classic style and a staple for swimwear. The tailored and boxy fit is timeless. Complete with elastic waistband and mesh lining, it is made from a 100% quick dry polyester microfiber with peach finish. It has a 5 3/4″ inseam, elastic waistband with metal tipped cotton drawcordn and self-draining mesh side pockets. Also useful is the back pocket with Velcro flap and drainage button hole. Bartacking at seams for strength. This classic swim trunk retailsfor $145.00. Classic swim trunk from Strong Boalt Rambler – Selvedge Donovan from PRPS Whiskering and fading are just some of the special techniques PRPS love incorporating in their jeans. It’s what makes them distinct. In this pair of 13 oz. woven denim, the dark wash is carefully cut in by white whiskers and fades, made to look like ocean waves crashing on the shore. It is available in the Rambler fit, a lean silhouette with a low rise and priced at $750. Rambler - Selvedge Donovan from PRPS Openworked Tourbillon chronograph from Audemars Piguet Set in a 950 platinum case with glareproofed sapphire crystal and caseback, this hand-wound skeleton tourbillon watch from Audemars Piguet comes with an openworked “Tuscany” blue dial, silver-toned 30-minute counter, engraved small seconds counter and blued hands. This elegant timepiece comes complete with a hand-stitched blue alligator strap with 950 platinum folding clasp. Openworked Tourbillon chronograph from Audermars Piguet Short Rio 14 Marghera navy from Barena Venezia The Barena Venezia philosophy derives from a genuine passion for the rediscovery of the Venetian tradition, and is inspired by the peculiar dress code created and used by the people who lived in these areas. Many of the garments in the collection are the re-interpretation of unique pieces found in museums, antique markets or books that portray old images, such as the 66% linen/34% cotton short Rio 14 Marghera navy pictured, which retail for €213. Short Rio 14 Marghera navy from Barena Venezia Midwood hand drawn plaid shirt from Ovadia & Sons This modern take on the plaid shirt from Ovadia & Sons has a navy blue ground with a mid-blue hand-drawn effect in a luxurious, crisp cotton. Complete with pointed collar, barrel cuff and genuine shell buttons, it is 100% cotton and with side gussets and a patch chest pocket. Made in Italy, it retails for $265.00. Midwood hand drawn plaid shirt from Ovadia and Sons Crêpe sole suede shoes from Burberry Made in Italy and crafted from textured suede, these shoes from Burberry feature a distinctive crêpe sole and the lace-up design has a classic raised-seam detail. Soft leather lines the interior of these 100% calf suede shoes making this footwear ideal for the frequent traveler. $485. Crepe sole suede shoes from Burberry Chimala Chambray Workshirt from J.CREW Japanese brand Chimala — makers of some of the best denim J.CREW have come across — has a reputation for creating the illusion of true vintage through a meticulous washing and finishing process. And this hand-distressed chambray shirt is a case in point. It’s washed down, distressed and hand-repaired to replicate the look of a perfectly-aged piece that every traveller hopes to find someday. Available from J.CREW for £415. Chimala Chambray Workshirt from JCREW Our luxury fashion round-ups are published quarterly. Do you work in the luxury fashion industry and have an item you’d like to see feature next time around? If so, make sure you sign up on this mailing list in order to receive an alert when we are compiling the next one.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. My 6″9 husband always find shopping hard. We do most of it in the US when we head over there. Am keeping this list handy to see if he can fit into any of them :) P.s. Winter is coming to Australia – so we are leaving, bring on spring somewhere else :D

  2. Love the Marciano field bush jacket from GUESS but my husband has a jacket fetish so I am not showing this to him. We will be in Europe soon so maybe I might be nice and get him one.

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