Five of the Best Men’s Accessories Brands

Men’s accessories have come a long way since your standard wallet and commuter’s backpack – and the proof lies in the range of brands and accessories to land on Coggles. Whether new to the market or with over a century of history, these brands are all completely different yet stand for the same things: timelessness, unrivalled quality and a longevity that ensures each piece will last for decades to come. Consequently, the best brands for men must serve a purpose; whether that is for functionality or style, practicality or aesthetic. From the must-have belts to the leaders in tech, the top men’s accessories can be difficult to define. So whether you’re shopping to find a gift or need an accessories update, Coggles have prepared a list of the latest best men’s accessories brands below.

Native Union

Award-winning design meets tech for Hong Kong-based Native Union, the brand that’s tackling our growing need for chargers, phone cases and USBs and adding a stylish spin. The brainchild of John Brunner and Igor Duc, Native Union was founded in 2009 and has been creating luxury tech accessories ever since. Designs, meanwhile, are headed up by Fabien Nauroy and are motivated by user experience, innovation and attention to detail. Phone cables never looked so good. Expect iPhone cases in sleek and minimal finishes, phone docks and cables, all fit for the design aficionado.

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PS Paul Smith

One of Britain’s most renowned designers in both menswear, womenswear and accessories, Paul Smith embodies the British sense of humour and sartorial quirk in all of his collections. Founded almost 50 years ago, Paul Smith says ” you can find inspiration in everything” meaning that his references are eclectic and can come from anything in every day life. Sitting between high fashion and formalwear, you can be sure that your style is contemporary, classic and interesting. The PS Paul Smith collection of men’s accessories features quirky prints and classic style for the modern day gentleman.

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Originally designed for US military use in 1952 and therefore dedicated to rigorous quality, Eastpak signed a contract with the Pentagon over 60 years ago. Twenty years later, Eastpak‘s bags were taken ‘out of the woods and into the city’ targeting college students on the East coast, fast forward to the wild abandon of the ’80s where Eastpak introduced the then revolutionary technique of printing nylon fabrics in four colours. Today, Eastpak continues to make waves with street-smart bags and backpacks for people who live, work and play in the city. Lately collaborating with White Mountaineering, Undercover, MSGM and Raf Simons –  these are quality, designer accessories you won’t want to miss.

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As one of the world’s leading sunglasses and spectacle retailers, Ray-Ban’s history dates back to 1936, when American company Bausch & Lomb launched the brand. Particularly famous for their Wayfarer and Aviator designs, Ray-Ban sunglasses have become the go-to brand for style and functionality.  Fast forward to 1999 and the company was taken over by the Italian eyewear specialist Luxottica Group and are now seen on fashions most influential with a vast collection of styles.

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For luxurious lightweight and seamless socks for men, look no further than Pantherella. The brand has been crafting socks in its Leicester factory since 1937, where it began as Midlands Hosiery Mills. In 1945, founder Louis Goldschmidt changed the name to Pantherella Fine English Socks with the aim to create fine gauge socks rather than the traditional bulky, uncomfortable styles.Today, Pantherella continues to create socks using the finest cotton in designs that range from classic black and grey, to bold colours and innovative prints.

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Words by Olivia Seed | Images courtesy of the brands

Olivia Seed

Olivia Seed


A minimalist fashion fan with high interests in the odd print or check. Constantly trying to make my home look like a catalogue; you can find me shopping for cute bedding, candles and other Instagrammable interior accessories.