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Ones to watch: The best new fashion and grooming brands to know this season

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Whether you're nipping across to the Med on your private jet or heading to one of the best lunch spots in the Caribbean, arriving to find yourself wearing the same designers as everyone else on the dock won't do. Stay ahead of the sartorial curve with our pick of the best up-and-coming fashion and grooming brands to know this season.


Founded in 1878, Connolly is a legend in automotive history, having supplied the leather for some of the most illustrious marques in motoring, such as Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar and Rolls-Royce. It also upholstered the seats of wartime Spitfires.

In the 1990s Joseph Ettedgui, the man behind the Joseph stores and described as the creator of modern retail, transformed Connolly into a luxury brand in the mould of a mini Hermès. After his death in 2010, Connolly’s business was suspended but it has now been reborn under the watchful eye of his widow, Isabel. This truly is a brand for the lucky few. The quality of the leather is unrivalled and the luggage and accessories are mouthwateringly beautiful. The clothes are equally – and discreetly – divine and the knitwear is known for its softness and style. When in London look out for its small but perfectly formed flagship store in Mayfair.

Visit connollyengland.com

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