Five ways to wear x Dunhill bag

Brummell's five ways to wear team shows how to style a Dunhill bag

Style 21 Dec 2017

Boston rucksack, £1,150; stripe socks, £50; leather sneakers, £360; silk polo shirt, £195; printed scarf, £195; notebook, £315
Hampstead bag £1,050; shirt, £195; leather belt, £250; crew neck, £450; stripe socks, £50; Boston pochette £650
Cadogan case, £950; boots, £1,450; scarf, £195; Cadogan tag, £105; table lighter, £2,100; pen, £350
Duke tote, £4,195; Cadogan tag, £95; crew neck, £450; suede shirt, £1,995; stripe socks, £50; scarf, £195
Wolsley bag, £3,395; quilted blazer, £695; crew neck, £275; stripe shirt, £195; leather belt, £230; tie, £125

Alfred Dunhill began as an apprentice of his family’s harnessmaking business in London in 1887, and transformed the company into a manufacturer of accessories for the motorcar when he took over.

Dunhill soon became renowned for selling ‘everything but the motor’, including leather goods, driving gloves, goggles and headlights and, during the past century, as a renowned purveyor of the finest luxury menswear and accessories, characterised by refined, masculine elegance.

As the festive season approaches, gifting ideas for every taste can be found within the distinguished flagship store at Bourdon House.

To make an extra-special gesture, hand-crafted leather holdalls, outerwear, and cufflinks are sure to please. Not forgetting a range of ideal stocking fillers, such as wallets, pens, ties and belts, which make equally thoughtful and stylish gifts.

All available from Dunhill;