What We Want This Week

Under Armour Recovery Sweater & Shorts

If we’ve mentioned it once, we’re mentioning it again. If you train, have a hectic life and just need some more than decent lounge wear in your life, you need UA’s Recovery collection. With its mineral infused, infrared fabric it actually give you energy back, helping aid muscle soreness and keeping you less fatigued after a long hard day in the gym or office. Bet those nasty jogging bottoms that you’ve had for the last 5 years don’t do that. Treat yourself, you know it makes sense. Sweater £75.00, Shorts £65.00, Available Underarmour.co.uk

Breitling Super Chronomat

Breitling’s boldest Chronomat to date is inspired by the Frecce Tricolori watch created by Breitling for Italian Air Force’s aerobatic fleet in 1983.  The Super Chronomat is a supercharged, all-purpose sports watch, elegant enough for the smartest of evenings too. True to the original Chronomat, the rider tabs protect the sapphire crystal. The ones at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock are interchangeable, so the wearer can use them for count-downs as well as count-ups. With a 44mm case, key new features include a stainless-steel bezel with a ceramic insert – a first on a Chronomat – plus the choice of a Rouleaux-inspired rubber strap or the iconic metal one. The new rubber strap is created with state-of-the-art injection moulding techniques. The Super Chronomat B01 44 comes in three versions. Two are encased in stainless steel with blue or black dial-and-bezel combinations, the third is a rich brown dial-and-bezel combination with a case in 18 k red gold.  There is also a black dial version with a UTC-module embedded in a Rouleaux bracelet. Referring to Universal Time Coordinated, this provides a way of keeping track of a second time zone and is a Breitling feature dating back to the 1980s.
£6,650.00 Available Breitling.com

Norse Projects X Geoff McFetridge

Geoff McFetridge, born 1971 in Calgary, Canada, is a Los Angeles-based painter and multidisciplinary artist. Instinctively ignoring creative boundaries, McFetridge has created everything from poetry to animation, from graphics to ceramics, movies to wallpaper. He’s joined forces again with renown brand Norse Projects to create a second collection for the brand bringing his unique style of graphics that are encapsulated by a conceptual theme: The farther you go the deeper it gets, across number of pieces from working jackets to sweaters and more. £360.00, Available Norseprojects.com

Lucy’s Wine, The Big Red Box Collection

Lucy’s Wine is a brand new startup and its everything we want from a new business. Created to make finding a nice wine simple & fun the team at Lucy’s handpick a range of organic, natural and sustainable wines and curate them into selection boxes every month. Their boxes feature a simple description of each wine, as well as some more ‘winey’ descriptions for those who want it. The Big Red Box is most certainly one for the red wine lovers, 6 different reds, all-natural, organic or sustainably grown. Some classics and some unusual grape varieties, but all beautiful red wines. The box includes the wonderfully fruity Reverie Pinotage 2020 as well as La Paria Maison Ventenac 2019 (Made by Winemakers Stephanie & Olivier Ramé – husband and wife team) and 4 other bottles that are sure to get your lips smacking. We for one will be place many, many orders and the team at Lucy’s are surely one to watch for the future. £128.00, Available Lucys-wine.com

NOBIS Atmos Midlayer Water Repellent Jacket

The Canadian outwear brand are back for SS21 with this elegant and minimalist water-repellent jacket made from a 4-way durable stretch weave treated with a Durable Water Repellent finish. This mid-layer is designed to move with you and work in combination with a number of Nobis other outerwear garments. A high collar and hood provide extra cover from the elements as well as elasticised cuffs that help conserve warmth and keep water out. £425.00, Available Uk.nobis.com

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