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Featuring a shirt, a gaming console and a luxed out pair of sneakers.
When Mr Porter suddenly decided to announced that they're now stocking Prada, we pretty much lost our collective shit and blew our month's pay immedietely, especially on this Prada shirt made in collaboration with French artist Christophe Chemin where he created a range of exclusive prints inspired by the 'history of our world'. Crafted in Italy from the most luscious of satin, the shirt features a Renaissance-style battle and is perfect for that IDGAF look to be pair with a studded belt, tight black skinnes and boots.
Amidst the iPhone 7 hype and lacklustre Yeezy Season 4 showcase, Sony dropped a banger in the form of its new PlayStation 4 Pro. Originally called the Neo, this slimmed-down PlayStation 4 will be twice as powerful as the base PlayStation 4 and offers both 4K and HDR support. Apart from having a more powerful CPU and1 1TB hard drive, the PS$ Pro will work more seamlessly with the upcoming PlayStation VR, a virtual reality headset Sony unveiled during this year's E3.
Made from durable cotton-twill and blended with a stouch of stretch for maximum comfort, this slim cut blazer in a classic stone hue is perfect to be paired with bright pastels or dark navy-ish tones. It's the go-to piece for those late afternoon martinis or evening soirees where you don't want to look like you're trying too hard yet still want to look your best.
When it comes to our art director Rebecca, nothing short of perfection is acceptable, irregardless the price. Which is why her choice for a camera is this Hasselblad XD1. The world's first mirrorless camera built with a medium format sensor, the X1D weighs less than half as much as a conventional medium format camera (perfect for our art director cause she's small) and features a well polished and sleek Hasselblad design that's not too striking but definitely an eye opener when up close. The camera has a touchscreen interface, 50 megapixel resolution, 1080p video recording and capable of shooting stills up to ISO 25,600. True to its tag line, 'small enough to take anywhere, powerful enough to capture anything', the X1D is definitely a most wanted.
When it comes to denim, everyone knows Japan is where its at. Despite it being an American import, Japan has perfected and polished denim into an artform and amazing product. Which is why we're very excited for these Levis 501 CT "Made in Japan". Completedly made in Japan, from its fabrics and sewing process, each pair is crafted with extreme detail. Available now through selected retailers (we're guessing Japan... ) and Levi's Japan website.
Released in five different colourways, these court classics by Saint Laurent is pure luxe. Available in black, indigo, red, grey and off-white leather, each shoe features an embossed Saint Laurent logo on the heel and a gold imprint on the tongue. Carefully stitched lines the sides making for a subtle rock 'n' roll feel as per the brand's unique aesthetics.
The latest addition to its BeoSound lineup, the BeoSound 1 and 2 sports a sleek and unique cone look that looks extremely well built and pristine. The conical design allows for the speakers to project a 360-degree sound and comes with Bluetooh connectivity and DNLA, Google Cast and AirPlay support. The speakers also integrates Spotify, Deezer, QPlay and TuneIn which makes it super convenient to play music without having to use a phone or tablet to start up. Through the BeoLink Multiroom technology, you can connect to your other Bang & Olufsen products for one seamless wireless system. What more can you ask for?
Do we really need a raincoat? Swedish brand Stutterheim specialises in making raincoats, and they’re subtly stylish. This Stockholm Green raincoat is handmade in rubberised cotton with silver buttons. Pair them just like how you would with a parka and we’re on board. So do we really need a raincoat? Fashion assistant Sarah definite thinks so.
Despite whatever you might say about those silly looking earbuds or that it's not really an upgrade, web editor Sim will still get one. Why? Cause it's so god-damned good looking, that's why.
Taking on the classics of the American Dream, Tommy Hilfiger's Tailored Collection brings you on a journey to New York City in the 1920sówith a touch of modernity (of course).
The double-breasted, belted classic every man should have in his wardrobe.
Giant collars! Cape-slash-parkas! Yellow! The actor isn't afraid of anything.
Visually spectacular, featuring Matt Smith, Naomi Campbell and more.
Esquire talks to the designer about his varied inspirations and that all-important VIP list.
America's oldest clothier, Brooks Brothers celebrated two centuries in business this year. In an exclusive interview, Esquire speaks with its CEO Claudio Del Vecchio about the brand's heritage and its future.
Coat of arms.