© trunk - mats klingberg looking sharp and happy
opening today, menswear emporium trunk brings an interesting well-edited range of sophisticated styles to london town. the store is set up by mats klingberg, a former corporate career maker with a keen eye for fine menswear, and is backed by monocle magazine's parent company. the trunk store occupies a two-storey space, fitted out in stylish palettes of grey with subtly contrasting light wood floors. so what's in store? mimicking monocle's global focus, trunk's collections pretty much cater to those with a refined and international fashion palate. from bespoke shirts and tailored blazers to knitwear, denim and swimwear, it's all here. the range of brands is quite impressive and includes [modern] classics like mackintosh, kitsuné and piombo, and also a few hot brands new to the u.k. such as beams+, aspesi and j.crew. location: 8 chiltern street [marylebone].
© trunk - inside the store