Fun Activities For A Group Day Out

If you are thinking of organising a group event for you and your friends, you might still be considering what to do and when.  Instead of heading down the local pub like always and having a drink, there are many more exciting things we can do, and this is what we are going to talk… Read more »

Maximising The Resale Value Of Your Car

Stick To Neutral Colours The process of buying a car isn’t always easy. There are many decisions to be made, from the make and model to the age of the vehicle. While most would pick the colour based on their own tastes, you may want to avoid doing so. After all, your style won’t be… Read more »

Drive Down The Cost Of Buying A Car With These Simple Tips

Most of us would like to have a bit more in the way of disposable income. If you’re spending too much on running a car, or you’re looking for affordable ways to upgrade your current vehicle, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some simple tips to help you drive the cost of buying… Read more »

Ever Wondered Why Men Wear Ties? Here’s The Answer

Ever wondered how it is that wrapping a piece of colored fabric around your neck came to be a normal part of getting dressed for guys? And why the necktie is seen as the essential element in being smartly dressed? If you’ve ever questioned how the tie got its fashion staple-status, then here’s the answer… Read more »

Your Perfect Autumn Fragrance: Terre d’Hermès Eau Intense Vétiver

Like the change in the seasons, Hermès say that this is where ‘A shift occurs’. The horizon brightens. A star rises. Men are beckoned to another Terre. As soon as I felt the amber fragrance land on my skin, I was taken aback by the deep warmness it alluded; like a roaring fire illuminating a darkened room. … Read more »

El Palace, Barcelona: Celebrating 100 Years

Situated in the center of Barcelona, just a few steps away from the exclusive “Paseo de Gracia”, El Palace began life as the Hotel Ritz. Retaining many of its original, decadent features, dining here is an affordable luxury. The Menu L’Éclair, a three course spectacle, will ensure you re-visit the hotel again and again. It has… Read more »

Never Undervalue Your Underwear

Underwear has been around for a very long time, in a range of different forms. The modern examples which people like to wear have been on the market for decades, and the shapes and styles you find haven’t changed much over the years. This doesn’t mean that choosing garments like this is a simple job,… Read more »

Change Your Ring Finger if You’re Having Bad Luck

 If you feel that you are having bad luck in life, and things are not going well, you may wear a ring on another finger, which may bring you special effects.  Wearing a ring on the thumb symbolizes the well-being of happiness and longevity, and is suitable for the elderly, especially men. However, wearing a… Read more »

Make Finding Your Style A Little Easier

For a lot of men, the idea of embracing style and fashion can feel like kind of a foreign concept. A lot of this can be attributed to the fact that there just haven’t been that many style expectations placed on men for a long time. There was a time when every man was expected… Read more »

Tired of Feeling Tired? Here Are Some Possible Causes

Tired of feeling tired? It’s understandable, it’s hard to get out there and enjoy life when you’re constantly lacking in energy. You might have put your fatigue down to having a busy lifestyle, but there are a number of causes. Here are three of the main ones.    You’re not getting enough sleep First things… Read more »

  • The Malcolm Speaks to Henry Holland

    The Malcom is a fantastic site that was launched to ‘get to the roots’ of all types of media and set out the best. I’m not one for over-written blurbs but what I do know is this interview/story-ette with London designer Henry Holland. It’s a fun little insight into the world of Holland so go… Read more »

  • Guess What, Im Not a Robot

    Isn’t he pretty damn stunning? One of my favourite boys in the ENTIRE world, Sean Fenton, has started his own blog Guess What IM Not A Robot. It’s only new but keep checking back for a personal look into what makes him tick from the world of fashion, art, design and…everywhere!

  • Klowning Around with the Kaiser

    Lets face it, if you have never heard of Dazed and Confused, then your life is not really complete! For this December’s issue, Mari Sarai photographs model Callum Wilson wearing K Karl Lagerfeld in what seems to be a rock chic clown inspired shoot styled by Robbie Spencer. The companying text outlines Kaiser Karl’s style… Read more »

  • A Lustful Tryst with Trussardi

    VMAN has some of the hottest photo-spreads around – remember the Zac Efron spread wrapped around a parking meter – and this Trussardi 1911 shoot is no exception! I like the North American Indian influence in this 2010 collection, particularly the intricacy of the feather and bead detailing and the earthy use of suede. This… Read more »

  • B Store at the D Store

    Such exciting news has reached me that uber cool label bStore will join forces with the stalwart of chic, Dover Street Market from December this year. Anyone who has been to DSM, the brainchild of Comme des Garçons, knows the amazing brands stocked there and the first collaboration named ’10 for DSM’ will have 11… Read more »

  • Feisty Cuffs

    The last time I got given cuff links, it was a cheap pair of M&S rectangle ones. From then on, I swore I would buy my own ones and that promise has lead me to have more links than I have double-cuffs! It’s a bit of a fetish really, and I have come across an… Read more »

  • Art of the Trench

    Who would have thought that a coat, originally designed for sailors, would become so iconic. The Burberry trench coat has got such a following that today Burberry has launched its new site dedicated to the brands most recognisable garment. ARTOFTHETRENCH.COM has asked prominent photographers from around the world to capture the public from all over… Read more »

  • Circus, London

    Well, my week culminated with a trip to Circus – the amazing club night that was born in Soho and moved to Shoreditch – hosted by Jodie Harsh. Oh what fun we had. Circus finished a few months back as a weekly night, going for three one-offs over past couple of months. The last one… Read more »

  • SHOWstudio at Somerset House

    I was really excited to have a few hours spare on Thursday to visit the SHOWstudio exhibition at Somerset House. Open until 20th December, there is quite a hands on feel with interactive exhibits such as the giant Naomi Campbell sculpture bellow. The sculpture is formed up of a triple-exposure photograph with is then made… Read more »

  • HUGE Thank You to

    Eugh, I really have a problem of not updating LSoD when I am out and about, so please bare with me on-updates! But the first of what happend last week’s posts is to say a HUGE thank-you to for their hospitality on Tuesday night. I dropped into their press night to review the A/W09… Read more »