Trunk Clothiers’ emporium of superb menswear has a brand-new signing – Comoli is a Tokyo label founded in 2011 by Keijiro Komori, which artfully reinterprets western style with an uncluttered Japanese aesthetic. The simplicity of the wrinkled-cotton shirt jacket (£335), with a squared-off cut, minimal lapels and tiny buttons, makes it a dream to wear.
“Komori San is a master at choosing interesting fabrics and creating designs that feel simultaneously relaxed and smart,” says Trunk’s owner Mats Klingberg – the store is the label’s only European stockist. Look out, too, for a cotton/silk tunic jacket (£355) with unusual cufflink-like fastenings and rounded buttonholes.
Also just in is tailoring brand Eidos, from the Isaia stable of Italian-made menswear. High, swept-back notch lapels deliver a discreet nonchalance to the wool/silk-mix Napoli suits in grey Prince of Wales check (£860, pictured) or cream grain nailhead check (£1,330).