• These hoodies are GQ approved. Whether layered under a jacket or worn as outerwear, the hoodie is no longer menswear’s biggest slacker, says Charlie Burton in GQ’s October issue. Forward-thinking designers have reinvented them in a premium guise, with flattering cuts and finer fabrics. Here are our favourites…
  • Palm Angels hoodie. Exodus collection by Francesco Ragazzi. The GQ Edit.
  • Exodus collection by Francesco Ragazzi, Palm Angels. The GQ Edit.
  • The GQ Edit. Matthew Miller hoodie. Crafted from yarn dyed pima cotton, this hoodie has taken inspiration from the classic olive bomber jackets with a ballistic nylon back and sleeve pocket detail with zip.
  • As seen in GQ: September’s smartest style hack. The time is now to mix suits with sportswear, says GQ’s Jessica Punter. The freshest way to style a classic suit this season is to wear it with a lightweight track or cycling top. So park the button-down: here are the combinations that work best now…
  • Paul Smith burnt orange houndstooth merino-silk blend half-zip sweater. Crafted from a fine-gauge Merino wool and silk-blend yarn, this lightweight half-zip top features a houndstooth pattern throughout with contrasting block-colour stripes across the body, collar and sleeves. The GQ Edit.
  • Iggy is a track jacket with zip front and raglan sleeves. Crafted from soft cotton velvet with a contrast stripe. Ribbed collar, waist and cuffs.The GQ Edit.
  • The GQ Edit. Fully lined single breasted 1 button uncanvased suit with single pleat trousers. The jacket has a soft collar with notch lapels and features welt breast pocket, 2 flapped side pockets, a single button working cuff and 4 inside pockets.
  • Paul Smith men's green houndstooth merino-silk blend half-zip sweater. The GQ Edit. Crafted from a fine-gauge Merino wool and silk-blend yarn, this lightweight half-zip top features a houndstooth pattern throughout with contrasting block-colour stripes across the body, collar and sleeves.
  • White never looked so good. The 999 NB White sneaker features a tried-and-true classic silhouette in cool white leather. The GQ Edit.
  • Why to reconsider the linen shirt. This season, linen shirts are worth a second look, argues September’s GQ. By choosing the right cut (gently fitted) and colour (anything but beige or white), they’ll work for any summer occasion. Scroll down to discover the GQ way to wear them.
  • Several - Rindt Shirt. The GQ Edit.
  • The GQ Edit. Etautz Henley shirt with tab and snap fastener at neck, snap fastener on cuff, Inverted box pleat at back.
  • Several - Arundell Shirt. The GQ Edit.
  • Keep pushing your look forward with the easiest of updates, a new pair of shades. Forget square styles, the current trend is for rounder lenses, says GQ’s Charlie Burton. Take your pick here.
  • KIRK ORIGINALS NAVAGIO - MATT HAVANNA. The GQ Edit. A classic oversized rounded frame. Handcrafted from the finest Italian acetate.
  • An epic tailor made frame for the true explorer, these sunglasses are entirely made of stainless steel with foldable flaps on each side created in a net like texture, and feature flat
  • From forest to lime, green has emerged as the colour of the summer in the collections. Take a break from black and consider this the new neutral – in muted shades, it’ll bring a refined twist to your everyday wardrobe, says GQ. Find your pick here
  • FallWinter Gucci collection 201617 by Alessandro Michele, L'aveugle Par Amour/ Snoopy Sweater, Embroidered tiger head.
  • London Undercover BRITISH WOODLAND CAMOUFLAGE CITY GENT UMBRELLA. The GQ Edit.