Remain calm when we tell you this and try not to flip any nearby tables or smash any mirrors: Christmas has begun. You may have been trying to deny it for the last few weeks, but you can’t avoid the festive sandwiches, coffees and chocolates anymore. But whether you want to embrace it with knitwear or continue ignoring it with a movie about a murderous A&R man, we’ve got the list to make the most of November.
From snowmen and gingerbread men to Santa and…erm…Jingle Balls, we’ve got a wide range of Christmas jumpers (classic and mildly offensive) that’ll keep you warm and get you ready for the most wonderful time of the year.
Winter is about going all out with your outerwear, which is why we’ve rounded up the best of our premium coats, from classic macs by sartorial newcomers Noose & Monkey to duck feather filled parkas. We’ve even got special made to order shearling coats from the latest Topman Design collection for those looking for something completely unique.
If Christmas sandwiches were out all year, we’d be 50 stone by now. Luckily they’re not, but we are super stoked for their return this month! Check out Pret's effort, filled with free-range turkey breast with a sausage, sage & apricot stuffing, crispy onions, cranberry & port sauce and fresh baby spinach.
Twin Peaks, the cult and utterly weird TV show by the twisted mind of David Lynch, gets revived with food by a popup restaurant. Events specialists Lemonade & Laughing Gas have created an immersive experience in a secret location, where you'll be able to speak to classic characters such as Log Lady and Agent Cole as well as carry out secret missions. And of course, there'll be cherry pie and a damn fine cup of coffee.
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Ears freezing? Can’t be bothered doing your hair? Want to look like a fisherman? Whatever your reasoning, beanies are a practical and cool accessory that you need to have this winter. From micro ribbed to slouch to cable knit, we’ve got lots of different shapes and designs to squeeze your head into.
Hyde Park was once the place to go for your festive fix, but it’s so full of people now that you can’t even enjoy your overpriced frankfurter without it getting knocked to the floor by a tourist’s shoulder. That’s where Victoria Park’s Winterville comes in, a hidden gem in the East End that’s got a Ferris wheel, craft ale, local food, ice skating and even a nightclub.
Skinny has been king for years now, but it may have met its match. Introducing (or reintroducing) wider leg shapes, the relaxed retro fit that’s making waves again. Explore flared and our new standard fit denim, as well as smarter wide leg trousers as part of our new phase of Lux.
Peter Werth’s sartorial brand brilliantly sums up the classic London gentleman look. For the new season invest in long sleeve polo tops, knitted roll neck jumpers and winter blazers for understated, high quality style.
If you’re a fan of American Pyscho and 90s music, you’re going to love Kill Your Friends. Originally a novel by John Niven, this tells the tale of Stephen Stelfox (played by Nicolas Hoult), a psychopathic A&R man that won’t let anything stand in his way to progress in his career. Sounds serious, but it’ll actually be the funniest thing you’ll see this year.