Get Your Style Cue from Two Celebrities – You’ve Never Heard Of

They have a combined following of 3.4million followers on social media, are watched across the entire Asian continent and millions will tune in weekly on LINE TV to watch their respective programmes. Recognise the two guys above? No, didn’t think so. Yet they are two of the most influential faces of millennial media across Thailand,… Read more »

Crisis Savile Row Charity Pop-Up

In central London this week? If so, you can do your bit for charity and your own wardrobe by heading down to the heart of men’s tailoring – Savile Row. This week, until the 15th December, the pop-up shop is selling seriously discount menswear that has been donated by the likes of Mr Porter, Richard… Read more »

Classics and Essentials – What Should You Invest In?

There are a few classic pieces that every man should have in his wardrobe. It doesn’t particularly matter what your style is, the chances are you’re going to make use of these.    Image Source Slim-fit jeans The trend that just won’t go away. From the super skinny jeans that look like they’ve been sprayed… Read more »

Make a Statement with Jaguar Stance

Jaguar fragrances have always had a place on my bathroom counter. Firstly, there has always been a ‘shelf appeal’ about their bottle design, a cap mounted with the distinctive logo. Secondly, the quality of their ingredients and the blend has always ensured that the fragrance lasts throughout the day. The brand’s newest incarnation is this;… Read more »

Update Your Christmas Party Look with John Lewis & Partners

‘Tis the season to be jolly…stylish and dressed well. As the Christmas party season starts next week (or from today, if you are an early bird) there is often a wonder what to wear that is smart, well tailored yet isn’t black tie. Whilst the tux route has its place, often it can look a… Read more »

SUPA X TERRENCE HIGGINS TRUST – WORLD AIDS DAY

As World Aids Day approaches, on December 1st, SUPA Model Management has teamed up with the Terrance Higgins Trust to produce two t-shirts in collaboration with design platform Everpres. In either black or white, the long sleeved t-shirts are emblazoned with SUPA on the arms and chest and retail at £27. With 50% of the… Read more »

Happy Holidays from Harry’s

  I like Harry’s – I mean I REALLY like Harry’s. The brand arrived on our shores from the USA a little over two years ago and has seen hit after hit, award after award with its sensibly priced razors, separate blades and shave gel. Having used the brand since its arrival in the UK,… Read more »

Luxury in a Box: London Sock Company Christmas Gifts

  Christmas and men are a tricky combination; for me it gets harder every year to buy for my Dad, and equally for my brothers. The first factor is that they both ‘have everything’ and secondly, their interests have narrowed in their advancing years. However, one gift that never fails to raise a smile or… Read more »

Fortnum & Mason Open’s at The Royal Exchange, City of London

If you had ever visited the Royal Exchange in the City of London, you will know how grand and imposing the space is – becoming of the world’s most iconic centres of trade. Once home to a slightly confusing format of two restaurants, yesterday Fortnum & Mason opened as both a retail and restaurant within… Read more »

Creatives, Creators and Millennial Careers: Planning Your Pension with Profile

Working in the creative industries is a little different than perhaps working in corporate environments, as there are a greater number of freelance roles or fixed term contracts in addition to high percentage chance of moving  employers as you progress over your career. This is certainly the case within agencies, and it is millennial employees that… Read more »

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  • Callum Turner for Margaret Howell

    Callum Turner is not only one of the hottest up-and-coming models in London, but the nicest. His distinct, boyish look is accentuated by his incredible personality. Here, he wears a selection of Margaret Howell’s A/W09 collection where she has ‘gone back to basics’. Classic staples such as v-neck sweaters, tweed blazers, flannel trousers and chunky… Read more »

  • Browns Labels for Less Launches

    Finding a bargain is such a fulfilling experience, so London boutique Browns has launched its sister-store Browns Labels for Less online. The e-retailer will feature one season old garments and accessories for men and women, just like its store on South Molten Street, London, W1, up to 70% off! Below are some of my favourite… Read more »

  • License to Thrill

    Milan based fashion group IT Holding, owners of Gianfranco Ferre, is to produce and distribute Galliano menswear and womenswear lines despite being in special administration. Sister unit Ittierre will distribute the labels leather goods along side brands Just Cavalli, Versace Jeans Couture Versace and C’n’C Costume National. The distributor has signed a five year deal,… Read more »

  • I Scream, We Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream

    Whether it’s a pair of baggy jeans or an cable-knit, chunky cardigan, we are all guilty of owning something Americana inspired. Billionaire Boys Club/Ice cream has launched their A/W09 collection at Selfridges, London, with signature blazers, skate-style denim, graphic printed tees and shorts along with chunky knit cardigans at its core. I adore the chocolate… Read more »

  • Model Citizens

    Jethro Lazenby CaveMax IronsJesse WoodVladimir Restoin-RoitfeldLouis and Claude Simonon Whilst the daughters of rock stars and celebrities have become infamous in their own right – often for all the wrong reasons – it’s now the boys turn to storm to the fore. Jethro Lazenby Cave, the son of Australian singer Nick Cave; Max Irons, the… Read more »

  • Marvelous McQueen

    I often get excited at new products, but rarely salivate at a digital image. But you can see why! This Christmas, Alexander McQueen launches a limited edition Britannia clutch reinvented in traditional festive colors and exotic skins. The pièce de résistance is the glaring gold skull clasp and an engraved Swarovski ornamentation engraved with the… Read more »

  • D&G A/W10 Jeans

    After my post on Italian fashion houses doing well in the recession, I began to dig about and see what products stood out. After looking at the obvious accessories like belts, bags and shoes, D&G sent me their online range of jeans for A/W10. Starting at £180, I adore the crotch detail with cross-over button… Read more »

  • Born by Ted Baker

    Lets face it – whilst many over 30s are struggling to keep up with the rent, it’s the kids who have money to spend. Ted Baker has tapped this valuable market with a new lower-priced diffusion line, Born by Ted Baker, priced 20% lower than his mainline. Flannel shirts, quilted jackets and an array of… Read more »

  • Presenting Pessenteiner

    Florian Pessenteiner is one of the most prepossessing and emotive male models that has graced the pages of publications such as Vogue Homme Japan and Dazed and Confused. His flowing locks can be seen strutting around east-London’s coolest clubs, and this latest shoot from Heritage magazine embodies the powerful image he dramatises on the runway… Read more »

  • Italian Luxury Consumption Stable

    There has been talk of ‘green shoots’ in this economic recession over the last couple of months. Often referring to property, automotive and high street retail sales, very few have taken note of luxury good growth. Whilst most cut back on luxuries such as dining out, buying little indulgences at the supermarket and canceling gym… Read more »