FIVE KEY PIECES THAT GO THE DIS­TANCE

Business Traveller - - MENSWEAR -

THOM SWEENEY NAVY WEIGH­HOUSE SUIT Named af­ter the street in Lon­don where the brand’s flag­ship store is lo­cated, this suit is as light, soft-shoul­dered and crease-re­sis­tant as for­mal­wear gets. £1,590; thom­sweeney.co.uk BOGLI­OLI CASHMERE/SILK SILK “SFORZA” JACKETCKET Luxe ma­te­ri­als, re­laxed ap­pear­ance;ance; the Ital­ian brand’s d’s ver­sa­tile beige blazer def­i­nitely errs onn the “smart” sidee of smart-ca­sual. £1,480; trunk­cloth­iers.com s.com

PAUL SMITH “A SUIT TO TRAVEL IN” De­signed specif­i­cally to spring into ac­tion, no mat­ter how long the haul. It comes in var­i­ous it­er­a­tions, in­clud­ing sea­sonal green win­dow­pane check and turquoise. Blazer £675, match­ing trousers £325; paul­smith.com M MAN 1924 NA NAVY LINEN BLAZER YouYo can em­brace the crease if iti oc­curs in the cult brand’s “Kennedy”“K blazer in tac­tile, vin­tage-look­ingvin linen, as cos­mopoli­tanco as JFK him­self. £425;£4 trunk­cloth­iers.com H HUGO BOSS SLIM-FIT TR TRAVEL LINE “NOAS” JACKET A high-tech fin­ish – it’s made of a durable polyamide – com­bined w with an im­pec­ca­ble cut and ju ju­di­cious de­tail­ing make this a go go-to gar­ment for those on the go. £3 £330; hugo­b­oss.com

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