Thanks to Fashion Weeks here in London and across Europe, September reigns supreme as the most stylish month. With new season trends seen for first time ahead of the following Spring/Summer, Londoners are used to seeing the latest looks - mixing street style with designer apparel - worn by the sartorially savvy as they flock to Fashion Shows.
This year, things may be a little different, but the essence is the same: now is the time to put your most (fashionable) foot forward. Keep reading for a flavour of the latest collections gracing the flagships and boutiques of Regent Street & St James’s from some of your favourite brands. The best news? Some of these ‘drops’ are exclusive to your Central London neighbourhood stores.
Jermyn Street’s Dunhill mixes the old guard and the avant-garde in its latest collection, experimenting with the British tailoring traditions so abundantly found in St James’s. Our favourite? The Lock-Bag; a timeless take on classic attaché cases from the dunhill archive that is guaranteed to be the key to your autumn look.
A year on since the Regent Street flagship store opened and Belstaff’s enduring appeal to adventurous spirits continues. The latest collection, modelled by actor James Norton, is no exception, with winter-ready shearling jackets and polo necks to keep you warm with an edge.
This month marks the launch of COACH’s CitySole Made to Order offering. Giving you the chance to express your style, in your own way, create your own interpretation of the CitySole shoe. Simply design your creation online, place your order and collect from the Regent Street flagship store.
Nestled in the middle of the mile of style, Regent Street’s Furla is our go-to for accessories this autumn. This collection sees the detail and finishing touches of the Italian crafted bags meet renewed earthy tones, clean lines and an elegance that will leave you spoilt for choice. We’ll take them all please.
The spirit of collaboration and community is at the heart of St James’s Grenson in Princes Arcade, who this autumn launch the fifth partnership with acclaimed designer Craig Green. True to Green’s dramatic style, Grenson’s new capsule collection of shoes creates the illusion that the design has been moulded and explores the craft behind shoemaking.
Car fans, the new BOSS x Porsche capsule collection is for you. BOSS joins forces with Porsche for a fourth time, unveiling classic pieces with a modern edge, inspired by the aesthetics of a Porsche sports car. Visit the BOSS Store on Regent Street to discover the latest innovative pieces from the Porsche x BOSS range. Dress in classic pieces with a modern, sporty edge.
Launching on the 17th September, the STUDIO KL collection is inspired by iconic archive pieces from the 1990s. Curated by fashion icon Carine Roitfeld, the capsule collection includes tuxedo dresses, pantsuits and blazers updated with fresh silhouettes and fabrics that are modern and cool.
The latest looks from Michael Kors are straight out of a scene from the film ‘Almost Famous’ – with flowing dresses, patchwork bags and faux-fur trimmed jackets. Celebrate the laidback nature of their latest collection and pick up a denim update to see you through the end of 2020 and beyond. The new ‘Soho’ bag alone will be worth the visit.
PAUL & SHARK
Cosy never felt so good in Paul & Shark’s Eco-Wool collection. Crafted from recycled wool, these pieces do much more than bring your stand-out sartorial style to life. Found in the Regent Street St James’s flagship store, this collection reduces CO2 emissions and intensive over-farming of sheep and grazing land.
A sharp style can only be enhanced by a statement scent – enter PENHALIGON'S. Their new Brilliantly British Eau de Parfum draws on 150 years of expertise to create a fresh take on classic ingredients such as lavender and salted caramel.
Savouring those lingering summer evenings? SIRPLUS too. Best enjoyed in the statement Positano print shirt; a watercolour painting of an Italian coastal town printed on EcoVero sustainable fabric made from renewable wood pulp.
Never resting on their laurels, the designers at Sunspel continue to reinvent their laid-back looks season after season. This autumn, stand out from the crowd with an effortless look in their new soft pastel favourites, made with the same attention to detail as their first collection in 1860.
Our doors are open for you to discover these pieces and more on a stroll down the widened streets of Regent Street and St James’s. Find our full fashion directory of our flagship brands and boutiques, for him here, for her here and for little ones here. Or if you’re seeking a chic mask to wear alongside your latest look, view our edit of the best masks to buy now, here.