1/ Clae Kennedy at Hanon

Back after a three-year hiatus, this stripped-down ‘athleisure’ trainer – a masterpiece of clean, subtle design – comes in two equally on-message styles, a hi-top and a nautical shoe. From £50; hanon-shop.com

 

2/ Mulberry blue trousers

The chaps who run menswear stores tell us that “everyone’s coming in asking for an alternative to jeans”. Well, here they are.

 

3/ Pointer T-shirts

The spot-on shoe brand started by Silas’ Gareth Skewis launches its first ever apparel line – using retro board game and Dungeons & Dragons imagery. Geek chic – did it ever go away?

 

4/ Paper, Scissors, Stone in Leeds

Electronic Poet – the clubwear label designed in collaboration with some of the world’s top clubs and DJs – gets its own Yorkshire emporium selling rave-wear, street art, and general pillhead lifestyle kit. 38 New York St, Leeds

 

5/ Fred Perry Flyweight waxed Harrington

Evenings should be getting warmer, but rain and chill still abound. Beat both with this jacket from Fred Perry, combining two great British traditions: the Harrington and the waxed jacket. £175; oipolloi.com

 

6/ Very lairy dressing gowns

Everyone loves a full-on ‘bath robe’. Serendipitously, they’re the height of fashion this coming season, with Roberto Cavalli, Prada, and Paul Smith ready with the girlfriend-baiting loungewear.

 

7/ Missoni’s first ever UK shop

There are only two names in jumpers, and the other one’s John Smedley. Bag a Missoni and you’ll never have to worry what to wear on a date again. This summer’s trend for smooth elegance means this venerable brand is arguably more relevant than ever. 193 Sloane St, London

 

8/ Full-on Folk jumpers

Talking of winding up the females closest to you, these alpine-style jumpers and cardies are some of the strongest examples of the genre we’ve seen so far – and from one of FHM’s favourite labels, too.From £100; folkclothing.com

 

9/ Dockers ‘K1’ imited edition

Limited to 90 pairs in the UK, these ‘ultimate khakis’ feature a selvedge seam and industrial antiquarian frontage. ‘Workwear’ will be coming round again big time this summer. £125; available from asos.com

 

10/ Oakley shades at Oki-Ni

They’re so out, they’re in! Oakley’s original Frogskin ’80s designs are re-invented and exclusive to Oki-Ni in a variety of colours – we went for the black frame with ruby lenses. £99; oki-ni.com