5 Things We Want This Week



A staple for the later winter months, this Pilot aviator jacket by NICCE features faux shearling fabric, mid-weight insulation. £100, Available Nicceclothing.com



Dr Martens Vegan 2976 

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Despite not being directly food or diet related, Dr. Martens has just the thing to help you style out Veganuary in the form of their SS18 Vegan Collection. Consisting of 4 key footwear styles, a backpack and satchels, each piece comes in a traditional and wearable Oxblood shade with a two-tone finish. Equally as tough as Dr. Martens Originals, the range looks good, feels great and is made using absolutely no animal products so you can rock them with pride, whatever you stand for.
£135.00, Available Drmartens.com



Le Crew Tee By Les Basics 


After delivering its SS18 collection, Les Basics showcases its FW18 range that further develops its utilitarian roots and harmonious approach to menswear. The season’s color palette encompasses “slate grey,” “dusty stone” and “clay red,” as creative director Kieron Hurley introduces new fabrications of horizontal and vertical micro cord.
Available Lesbasics.net


Monocle x Comme des Garcons: 1 Hinoki Scent


This carefree and light fragrance from Monocle x Comme des Garcons takes inspiration from a perfectly still, slightly chilly spring morning spent soaking in an outdoor rub at the Tawaraya in Kyoto. The unique scent pulls together Monocle’s memory of the mosses and trees outdoors and the sharp notes of the boxy hinoki tub. Which means it’s an incredibly fresh, dry woody scent that incorporates cypress, turpentine, camphor, thyme, pine, Georgian wood, frankincense, moss and vetiver into a fragrance that conjures the exact emotion and feel of the idea behind its name and creation.
£90.00, Available Opumo.com



The Honda Tornado Café Racer By Vida Bandida Motorcycles


Fresh off the back of the incredible Ducati 696 Monster conversion, Argentinian motorcycle customizers Vida Bandida are back with a brand new take on the Honda Tornado. Completely renovated, the slim trail cycle has been reshaped into a heavy-duty café racer. Antonio Lupiañez and Salvador Alasino of Vida Bandida are two Argentinian industrial designers who like to modify motorcycles into rare hybrid machines, and for their latest venture they wanted to work with something clean and pure, so they started with a teardown and a complete frame overhaul.




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