For Autumn Winter 2011, Alfred Dunhill comes home to Bourdon House, the brand’s Georgian mansion in the heart of Mayfair – and back to London, the home of luxury and tailored menswear.

This season’s collection is a celebration of two distinct but complementary sides to the British character: the suave and suited man-about-town and the spirited adventurous outdoorsman. You have the debonair Duke of Windsor and pioneering Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton tentpoles in the collection – weaving a classical narrative that subtly reinvents the story of the modern gentleman’s wardrobe.

We love how Dunhill embraces the elegance of the past without being slaves to it – bringing the very best to their designs.