French fashion designer Daniel Hechter is quite the polymath, having written a novel, run for political office, and chaired the Paris Saint-Germain football club in his time. Considering he is credited, in France at least, with the invention of fashionable ready-to-wear clothing (prêt-à-porter), you could be forgiven for being a little underwhelmed by this collection of sensible suits and work shirts. But it’s worth remembering that, before the devil took to wearing Prada, he was widely held to be ‘in the details’, and from this point of view, Hechter’s office kit is beyond reproach. The suits here are made from the finest cloth, and feel mighty fine to the touch. They’re not cheap, but there are often reductions to roll back that all-important cost per wear.