New In: Reiss & All Saints Spring 2016

Since I discovered All Saints, it has been one of my references for high-end street style. The quality of the materials and the design is outstanding and, though a bit over your average High Street price range, it is definitely worth it.

The same can be said about Reiss, although I would not consider them as street style. I believe however that their range of separates is well thought of and it can easily blend in with a man’s wardrobe based mostly on other more affordable retailers.

Reiss Tullum black heavyweight twill chinos. £95 (
All Saints Minami short sleeve crew. £98 (
Converse Jack Purcell nubuck leather trainers. £80 (
All Saints Averne blazer in black. £258 (
All Saints Averne trousers in black. £138 (
Reiss Max white patch pocket t-shirt. £35 (
Reiss Cristo grey suede bomber jacket. £375 (
All Saints Alias shoes in jet black. £148 (

These two looks are a mix of what you can achieve reconciliating brands that maybe do not share the same aesthetic, but they have a similar ethic towards rich, textured materials and simple, effortless finishings.