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Parisian label A.P.C specialises in luxurious, minimalist essentials like this suede bomber. Ideal for spring, summer, autumn ...and winter.
Louis W. Ferris Suede Bomber Jacket, RM4,745*, mrporter.com
Leeds-based newcomers MKI have a burgeoning reputation for mixing streetwear aesthetics with high-quality construction, as proven by the likes of this sturdy navy jacket.
MKI MA-1 Bomber Jacket, RM867*, mki.com
Levi's Vintage Climate Seal Bomber, RM1,892*, levi.com
The lens jacket is a C.P Company mainstay, with this season's edition coming in a bold tonal blue, while the lightweight nylon design is ideal for the end of winter.
C.P. Company Arm Lens Bomber Jacket, RM2,032*, end.com
Mixing technical prowess with a vintage look, this Stone Island version is versatile enough to carry your outfit all season long.
Stone Island David Jersey-TC Bomber Jacket, RM2,474*, stoneisland.com
Gucci have been going big and bright with their patterns of late, subtle this jacket certainly isn't. You'll need to be brave to pull it off.
Gucci Reversible Geranium-Print Silk-Twill Bomber Jacket, RM8,793*, mrporter.com
While best known for their wax and leather bikers, British label Belstaff have lent their hand to another classic for spring.
Belstaff Stockdale Bomber Jacket, RM2,300*, belstaff.co.uk
Paul Smith Men's Black 'Ink Palm' Jacquard Wool-Blend Bomber Jacket, RM2,329*, paulsmith.com
Copenhagen tastemakers Norse Projects join the nylon party with a breezy stone blue take on their signature bomber jacket.
Norse Projects Ryan Light Ripstop Bomber Jacket, RM1,048*, norseprojects.com
Navy and black may be the synonymous colours of the bomber, but London designer Oliver Spencer changes things up with some very British checks.
Oliver Spencer Checked Linen Bomber Jacket, RM1,921*, mrporter.com
A bomber in a light jersey fabric like this one by H&M is ideal for warmer days, which are definitely on their way. Definitely.
H&M Jersey Bomber Jacket, RM145*, hm.com
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