Men's style: Easy Autumnal wardrobe updates

Kent & Curwen sweatshirt

Autumn is officially here and, while you may already be planning your next superyacht escape to the Bahamas, for many this means a return to layers and knitwear with the world's top fashion brands all vying to offer you their latest collections. Don't have time to trawl for the true treasures? Robert Johnston has unearthed the must-have accessories and versatile transitional pieces that will keep your wardrobe looking fresh all season.

Kent & Curwen sweatshirt

With the help of David Beckham, Kent & Curwen, inventor of the cricket jumper in 1932, is reinventing itself for a new generation.


Vilebrequin pouch

This Madrague print pouch will keep your valuables safe on a day trip and its water-repellent lining makes it ideal for the beach, bar or autumnal rain shower.


Miansai bracelet

Michael Saiger came up with his jewellery brand while at the University of Miami and his pared-back designs – such as this Klink bracelet – strike a chord as the most masculine way to sport a little bling.


Marni sweater

To get the max out of minimalist styling, Marni is a go-to brand thanks to its ability to give staples a twist and ensure they are never banal.


Linda Farrow sunglasses

The founder’s son revived the 1970s London-based company in 2003 and it’s now famous for its collaborations and classic styles, such as these cool aviators.


Tod's shirt

Tod’s and Mr Porter’s capsule collection is understated but with all the Italian style you would expect, such as this camp collar shirt in light-as-a-feather cotton voile.


Burberry backpack

The famous check has had a rough deal in recent years but on this canvas and leather backpack it is given a navy and red twist – and looks great.


Valentino sneakers

This Open style doesn’t require laces and the latest iteration is in white with a blue stripe that appears to encircle the whole shoe.


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