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Top 10 luxury fashion items for him this Winter

Wanting to look your best on your travels this Winter yet still keep warm? From self-heating ski gloves to pure wool jackets, we suggest a number of must-have items for your Winter wardrobe that will keep you cosy whatever the weather – staples that’ll keep the cold at bay, but without you having to compromise on style. Keb Gaiter trousers from Fjällräven These technically-advanced trekking trousers from Fjällräven come with an optimised fit and carefully-thought-through details. Made from stretch fabric with G-1000 Eco at the rear, the front of the legs and over the knees for extra durability, the rear and s are pre-shaped and have extra strong seams. The leg endings are also reinforced with extra hardwearing G-1000 HeavyDuty so they resist wear and tear from trekking boots. The seams on the inside of the legs have been moved forward to reduce the risk of chafing and zippered ventilation opening from knee to hip releases excess heat. Strap adjustments at the leg endings and, in addition to the hidden boot hook, the leg endings are equipped with eyelets to which laces or metal hooks can be attached – yet another way to fasten the trouser leg and prevent brush or snow from finding its way into boots. Keb gaiter Joey travel jacket from Global Travel Clothing When travelling, you need to carry several things on you at all times. The vast majority of regular jackets are not suited for this particular task. The Global Travel Clothing Company has built a no-nonsense travel jacket. One that has no frills or gimmicks that might sound good on paper but actually hinder its real world usefulness. This jacket will serve you well as an everyday carry or a long-term foreign travel. It has been made from a medium-weight, water-resistant nylon that breathes, and it does not require special washing and drying conditions. Carry more and worry less. Travel jacket Magee of Ireland pure new wool jacket from A. Hume Made from 100% new wool, this jacket has an easy elegance without being too formal and looks fantastic when paired with a darker coloured chino (navy preferably). It is exceedingly smooth, soft and lightweight but maintains its shape and bounces back quickly with a light steam, meaning it’s perfect for travel and doesn’t suffer from creases when it’s wearer is seated for long periods. Available for £235 from A. Hume. Magee of Ireland jacket Wool and cashmere pocket scarf from Fendi Founded in Rome in 1925 and one of the most iconic fashion brands of our time, Fendi is synonymous with elegance and a distinctive Italian aesthetic. In a tonal palette with fringed ends and big pockets, this scarf captures this perfectly; fashioned in an exquisitely soft blend of cashmere wool, it is perfect for layering during the colder months. Fendi scarf Helm button through sweater from Barbour Layer up in style this season with the men’s Barbour helm button through sweater, perfect for completing your weekend look with stylish ease. The Barbour helm has been crafted from 100% lambswool and finished with a false baffle liner in nylon, ideal for tackling those colder days this season. This stylish button through sweater features a ribbed knit design and tonal buttons for an added touch of style and wearability, for a sweater you are bound to love. Barbour sweater Heated gloves from Chaval Outdoor Heated gloves use heating elements that are some form of old resistive wire tech which can become brittle after repeated flexing, will emit heat indirectly limiting heat effectiveness, do not self-regulate, and have inherent inefficiencies that drain power fast. Chaval’s exclusive ALPHAHEAT heat tech is wildly different. To start, heat is generated by a very tough nano-polymer film that is unaffected by repeated flexing, and emits heat only directly to the hand maximizing heat effectiveness, making them the only heated gloves effective in sub-zero temperatures. ALPHAHEAT also self-regulates heat output to ensure perfect, hassle-free comfort, and was designed for optimal efficiency, achieving run times up to 3 times longer than any other brand. And power is delivered using flat flex circuit instead of fragile wire, which makes this robust heat tech wire-free. ChavalUSA Casual denim shirt from Hugo BOSS This casually cut shirt (regular fit) from Hugo BOSS is made of finely textured jeans-look cotton and triumphs with its cool flap breast pockets. Subtly shining buttons and accent trim in the form of contrast stitching give this shirt its individual touch. Hugo Boss shirt Service leather brogue boots form Viberg Based on an archival style designed in 1931 by Viberg‘s founder, Mr Edwin Viberg, these ‘Service’ boots are practical and well-built. They are handcrafted from supple yet strong leather in a deep merlot hue and are detailed with brogue-style perforations, sturdy brass eyelets and slip-resistant Dainite rubber soles. Make them your go-to in unpredictable weather. Brogue boots Down ski jacket Perth from Bogner Mixing luxurious, soft & breathable faux-leather with black mini ripstop at the body and sleeves sides, this biker down ski jacket from Bogner delivers a true stunner for the Winter season. It comes with zip and press-button placket, various pockets, reflecting trim and snow gaiter. A detachable hood with fur trim is an optional extra. Bogner ski jacket Torch Torch is a prefect way to add battery-powered heat to high-end fashion coats that would otherwise not be available. It is also great for travelling because it packs easily as it is so light and compact but it also can make any outfit you pack effective for the cold. Torch has four heat settings and can last up to 5 hours on a single charge. But the biggest difference between Torch and other heated apparel products is that Torch installs in the coat you already own, and can be transferred from coat to coat. With Torch, your capabilities are endless and the cold never stands a chance. Torch Coat Heater 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. I take a lot of stick from my family for my penchant for wearing jackets. The Magee jacket looks as if it could stylishly slot into my 2 wardrobes of jacket.I like jackets because of the range of pockets they provide so I often wear them for informal occasions and this one looks to fit the bill. And if you’rd wearing it a lot you want something that is crease resistant.

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