FASHION Menswear


Whistle while you work’ has never been more appropriate when summing up a collection.

Whistles Men presents their Autumn collection which is inspired by French New Wave cinema, specifically the mega-cool styling of Mr Jean Paul Belmondo in the masterpieces by Jean Luc Goddard.


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The collection is classic yet contemporary, trimmed of any unnecessary adornment and confidently constructed – modernising work wear favourites with luxurious finishing touches. Purposeful pockets, considered internal finishes and refined trims optimise comfort and add a sense of reassurance. T-shirts, super-soft shirts and waterproof and sporty outerwear that balances form and function whatever the weather.

Whistles have always been high on my list of ‘Must-haves’ for every season as I find the pieces so transitional and each look is stylishly practical without looking pretentious. This season is relaxed with a touch of retro cool.

Has anyone else just continued to add to their winter wardrobe with this lack of Summer, or is it just me?

Whistles, I hand you my credit card… sod it, take my soul too.

Photographer – Devin Blair

Stylist – Simon Foxton

What are your favourite looks or key pieces you’ve spotted? Let me know by leaving a comment or tweeting me @boyinbreton – Dibs on the check jacket!
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