Men’s Fashion

Misinformation is dangerous. Whether you’re placing a bank-breaking bet, or taking Google’s word for it that the weird pain in your left hamstring is probably about to kill you, making conclusions based on falsity can have serious repercussions. The same goes for your hair. Blithely accept any and all advice people give you – from
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Pseudo-statistically speaking, the polo shirt is one of the wardrobe staples least likely to get menswear types hot under the collar. It’s a quiet background player, safe and reliable, but rarely anything to get excited about. Well, it turns out that the polo hasn’t been quietly getting along with things at all: it was transforming
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Shoes are dangerous, financially speaking. Watches are expensive, sure, but it’s shoes that’ll do real damage to your wallet. Buy the wrong the pair, or the right pair in the wrong colour, and you can wave goodbye to hundreds if not thousands of pounds worth of tailoring. After all, not even the finest Savile Row
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Last year, Luca Guadagnino’s moving coming-of-age film, Call Me by Your Name, did two important things; it reminded us that there were some good things about 80s fashion and it launched break out star, Timothée Chalamet, as Hollywood’s next big thing. With parts in Homeland and Interstellar it wasn’t the first time we’d seen Chalamet,
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Mohair will forever be associated with the sharp two-tone suits worn by the mods of the 60s and 70s. Think Paul Weller, Ben Sherman, Quadrophenia and Swinging London, arguably the first time you could wear tailoring and look edgy. Utilised in a mix with wool to create the famous ‘Tonik’ fabric, it was a luxury
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Who: Ansel Elgort Where: Manhattan Classic Car Club, New York That Ansel Elgort is so hot right now. Not only is the young Hollywood leading man heading up new biographical crime flick Billionaire Boy’s Club he also has a burgeoning music career and is one of the sharpest dressers currently strutting around Tinseltown. Budding style
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Almost defiantly simplistic, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual could be seen as the purest distillation of everything the brand’s founder Hans Wilsdorf wanted to achieve – the creation of the definitive Swiss-made wristwatch. This is Rolex at its most pure – incredibly well-made, democratically priced and with a design that manages to be both contemporary and
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Jeff Bezos is coming for your wardrobe. Having conquered everything from books to loo roll, the Amazon founder’s next target is fashion. Or, more accurately, apparel. It is already America’s second-biggest clothes retailer, although a quick trawl through its digital racks will reveal little anyone might consider ‘stylish’. But then, America’s current clothing king is
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When it comes to staying fighting fit and gym-ready, it’s vital that your recovery as seriously as you take dumbbell exercises or mastering the latest clean variation. We’re not talking about a cursory calf stretch at the start or end of a session, either. To properly improve flexibility, reduce joint stress and speed up muscle
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It’s hard to get a read on Ansel Elgort. The actor first came to our attention while breaking teenage hearts with a role in A Fault In Our Stars, before a mini-reinvention as a super slick getaway driver in one of the most stylish films of 2017, Baby Driver. Since then, he’s also developed a
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There are few things which have the instant ability to divide opinion like double denim. Brexit, Donald Trump, Marmite, they all pale in comparison to the relationship-shattering style move that is the Texan tuxedo. And who can blame men (and women) for being so vocal in their opposition when the simple pairing of two pieces
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