The SLMan Hot List: February
The SLMan Hot List: February

The SLMan Hot List: February


The SLMan Hot List gives you all the inspiration, recommendations and ideas you need for the month ahead. From the classic label of the moment to the freshest trainer collaboration, here are the coolest things to check out in February…

The Collab

Lacoste X Highsnobiety

This is the trainer collab to get excited about. Taking Lacoste’s rich tennis heritage as a starting point, Highsnobiety has added luxury and youth cultural nuances to create the L003 2K24 sneaker – an elevated take on an everyday sports silhouette. The 90s-style yellow and green sole is a perfect balance of subtle and statement.


The Series

Nascar: Full Speed

Netflix's newest sports series tracks the 2023 Nascar Cup Series Playoffs and championship race, following drivers as they battle for one of the most storied titles in motorsport. Following the Drive To Survive model, it features exclusive, extensive access to a range of drivers and teams, taking viewers behind the scenes to explore the physical, mental and emotional challenges of competing at the world’s highest level of stock car racing.



The Show

Pharrell Williams X Louis Vuitton

It might have happened a couple of weeks ago, but we couldn’t not shout out Pharrell Williams’ latest effort as creative director for Louis Vuitton. Themed around American westerns and ranchwear, his AW24 collection debuted at Paris Fashion Week and is an instant classic – picture detailed but wearable denim jackets, chunky boots made in collaboration with Timberland, and studded belts. As well as creating an eye-catching desert backdrop to the show, the presentation was notable for the models Williams used. Backstage, he said: “[Cowboys] looked like us. They looked like me. They were Black and they were Native American.” Pass us a Stetson.

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The Viral Burger


The queues speak for themselves. Soho’s Supernova makes a great burger. If you’re yet to join the line, here’s why you should: next-level cheeseburgers, crunchy fries and sundaes, US-style. Wrapped in paper and served in basic surrounds – with pops of colour coming from obligatory red and yellow plastic bottles of ketchup and mustard – these burgers live up to the hype. If you’re looking to sign off from Veganuary in style, this is the place to do it. Want to try out more viral restaurants? Alley Cats, Ria’s and Crisp are all as good at pizza as social media claims – and you can believe the hype around It’s Bagels! in Primrose Hill too.


The Coffee Table Book

Big Sky

Coffee-table book purveyor Assouline has a number of big travel releases for 2024, and first up is Big Sky. The tome is dedicated to Big Sky, Montana – high in the Gallatin National Forest and not far from Yellowstone, it’s a place that’s become synonymous with the great outdoors. Covering skiing to fishing, this slick book is a must-see for anyone contemplating their next big adventure.



The Label


Armani is the name that’s been all over the red carpet this awards season. The Italian fashion house has dressed everyone from director Martin Scorsese to best actor winner Jeremy Allen White (who wore one of its white tuxes to collect his gong for The Bear), Leonardo DiCaprio, Brendan Fraser, Jeffrey Wright and newcomer Charles Melton, who opted for an open black shirt beneath his velvet tux at this year’s Governors Awards. Formerly of Riverdale, the May December star is being touted as 2024’s answer to Jacob Elordi – and on his red carpet looks alone, we can see why.


The Top-End Deli

The Rex Delicatessen

Last month, the team behind The Fife Arms and Mount St Restaurant opened a farm shop in Mayfair. Now, just round the corner in what’s clearly becoming a bit of a foodie hub, chef Larry Jayasekara has opened The Rex Delicatessen within the Grade II-listed former stables of No38 Bruton Place. His next-level deli serves up homemade to-go products for breakfast, lunch and dinner, all prepped daily – think game terrine, chicken croque monsieur, scotch eggs, beef wellington, lamb hotpot and baked cheesecakes.


The Send Off

Curb Your Enthusiasm

It’s the end of an era, as Larry David signs off his essential sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm. Series 12 will land on Now and Sky Atlantic on 4th February. Toe-curling and hilarious in equal measure, it needs no introduction for its many fans – but if you’ve yet to press play, consider this your reminder to settle in for 24 years’ worth of an all-time great show.


The Collection

Loro Piana

On the hunt for ski gear that will last a lifetime? Check out this capsule from Italian cashmere maestro Loro Piana. There are 27 pieces across ready-to-wear and accessories, blending skiwear with après-ready layering pieces and loungewear. The technical gear includes five shell jackets with matching trousers and salopettes in a neutral colour palette with hints of green and red. Gloves, goggles and a beautiful pair of wooden skis and poles complete the collection.  


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