Every month we get a staff member at one of our stores to give us an edit of what they like most from our current stock. Being Christmas we decided to get everyone involved this month.
Here is what they chose:
Ben St George: Monocle x Porter Yashida Boston bag - the perfect travel bag for getting away for a week. Smartly designed and hard-wearing.
Jordan Gibson: Castro Calavera shirt - a bold print like this is ideal for the beach with a set of swim trunks.
Rob Mac: Joseph Cheaney Bexhill brogue - ideal for your favourite dark work suit or perfect for the weekend with chino’s and blazer.
Ivan Luketina Johnston: Moss green Marcoliani socks - the perfect sock to add a pop of colour to a smart or casual outfit.
Murray Crane: White Canning shirt - if you only own one shirt, this is it.
Chris Vovan: Il Bussetto coin case - for whatever loose change remains after Christmas shopping
Ben King: D.R. Harris Traditional Cologne - a clean, fresh, citrus fragrance ideal for summer.
Aidan Keen: Saphir Renovateur - treat yourself and your footwear to some TLC over the holiday break.
Matt Choi: Crane Brothers Oval Signet ring - classic sterling silver signet ring which can be engraved.
Zayyar Win Thein: Postalco jotter - to keep all your ideas and scribbles in one place.
Byron Groenwald: Drake’s large paisley foulard tie - a classic piece of handmade British neckwear.
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