How To Dress For A Formal Occasion

We all want to look the part. Even those who claim they don’t really worry too much about their appearance still don’t want to stand out negatively from the crowd. It may seem like a vain and self-indulgent way of behaving at first, but it’s completely natural and normal. The feeling of being judged or… Read more »

Ralph Lauren Unveils its New Gender-Neutral Pride Collection

With global Pride’s just around the corner, Ralph Lauren have created a fitting collection for the LGBTQ+ community with a special gender-neutral Pride collection. Putting their Pony where their mouth is, the brand have ensemble a superb LGBTQ+ line up to front the campaign; Olympic medalist and activist Gus Kenworthy; ballet dancer Harper Watters; writer,… Read more »

Mr Porter Launches Kingsman Collection Inspired by Rocketman

Mr Porter, the menswear e-tailer and all round menswear authority, pulls another big-hitting, own produced collection inline with a film release – this time developed with inspiration from the forthcoming musical fantasy film, Rocketman. True to the film, this is a 70s-tastic collection with psychedelic and Paisley prints that hark back to a time of excess… Read more »

Saul Nash is Menswear Newcomer at Fashion East

Fashion East has announced that Saul Nash will be joining the renowned ensemble of visionary and emerging designers as its menswear newcomer for 2019, and who will showcase his Spring/Summer 2020 collection at London Fashion Week: Men’s this June.  Saul Nash not only holds his Masters in Menswear from the Royal College of Art but… Read more »

Anwar Hadid in Tod’s Retro SS19 Eyewear

I’m a big fan of Anwar Hadid; he really did break the mould in male modelling both as a non-white face of many a brand, but for also being visually different. For SS19, he heads up the Tod’s eyewear campaign for their retro, sunglasses for men which play with textures, smoky nuances and sophisticated details. As… Read more »

Reay x Matches Menswear: The Cashmere Tracksuit

  If you have not heard of Raey, you need to have it on your radar, as its very now aesthetic fuses refined fabrics with a cool, minimal aesthetic. I first saw the brand a couple of years ago; a small capsule that has recently launched onto the website but was not aware that is… Read more »

Experiential Retail: Maison Hermes – Seoul

There has long been a vast amount of discussion and debate surrounding ‘experiential retail’. In a globally volatile economic climate that is seeing retail – from high street to high-end – struggle to convert footfall into sales, the strategy is becoming as much as a guessing game as it is a practice to lure consumers… Read more »

London Craft Week 2019 – Dunhill

  As another edition of London Craft Week came to a close yesterday, I was absolutely thrilled to have taken part in a Dunhill workshop over the weekend. Open to the public – by email, with the fastest email first – over three days, the Dunhill Made-to-Measure workshop in north London swung open their doors… Read more »

Why every man needs a pair of Levi’s® Jeans

Why every man needs a pair of Levi’s® Jeans Exude classic style with a staple pair of jeans from the world’s oldest denim brand  What makes Levi’s® Jeans so special?  A classic pair of jeans is one of the most versatile and timeless items any man can have in his wardrobe. And they don’t get… Read more »

Chic or Camp? The Men of Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello at The Met Gala 2019

This years Met Ball, the fashion industries most prominent event to raise money for the Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum in New York, has divided opinion regarding its theme of ‘Camp’. Whilst many hit the mark with the reference inspired by an essay by Susan Sontag first published in 1964, a few eyebrows were raised… Read more »

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  • Oh Marc, Oh Marc

    I have a new lust that has 470 reasons to be desired. New to My-Wardrobe this week, this stunning Marc by Marc Jacobs royal blue, cotton trench coat is just divine! Akin to the Burberry trenches from the S/S08 collection, this MbMJ piece is considerably cheaper at £470.

  • Humour

    With the Great British Summer being elusive and generally disappointing, I have been looking for something ‘a little bit warmer’ but not forgetting the time of year, Danish brand HUMÖR is the ultimate solution. The brand has a American sportswear feel (with out being Ivy League) nodding towards European underground street culture. Combining quirky knitted… Read more »

  • Tantalising Tapestry

    Tapestry may be seen as a pastime for lonely spinsters but designer Zoe Graham is making the craft fashions hottest customisation . A graduate from the University of Derby, Graham’s influence comes from her Sixties-child mother, according to a recent interview on Vogue.co.uk. I have a strong feeling this will fast become a hot trend… Read more »

  • Chanel Magic

    I absolutely adore these retro oval sunglasses from Chanel. I don’t know their release was timed with that of the new Harry Potter movie but the tortoise shell and black, both with pearl arm detail certainly has a touch of magic that Chanel never fails to deliver.

  • Romeo und Julian

    Hamburg-based label for boys Romeo und Julian is the epitome of young, fresh and simple design. With the clear principle of ‘Fashion; No Victims’ the Deutschland duo will soon be collaborating with contemporary German artist Wolle. Named ‘R&R bywolle’ the collection’s details has not been disclosed but one thing guaranteed, its going to be as… Read more »

  • Design Shock

    Ironically, the most fashion-forward trend of S/S10 doesn’t embrace the future but reflects these present uneasy times. Monochrome, with its sharp lines, rigor and serious face, is not an obvious choice for summer yet menswear label Jaiden rVa James has collaborated with timepiece brand G-Shock to create a watch that stylishly blends the latters creative… Read more »

  • Reckless Erica

    Reckless Erica, the Singapore based label, are far from irresponsible as they present their Autumn 2009 debut collection entitled ‘Brit Kid Goes to India’. Behind the relaxed yet fashion-forward collection is the foursome creaters de l’est Afton Chen, Diorelle Sy, Ruth Marbun and Louis Koh who first presented their ‘euro-eccentric’ visions at the 2009 Audi… Read more »

  • Beautiful Bargains!

    As if I need any more shoes, but I spotted these super cute Bottega Veneta tri-colour loafers at Matches.co.uk. The white and blue leather with orange lace detail are £178, down from £345 – Bargain! Over at Brownsfashion.co.uk the ever fabulous Mrs. B has these stunning black brogues by Dries Van Noten, £230 down from… Read more »

  • Louis Who?

    I love blogs who feature and celebrate individual style such as lookbook.nu. This image of Stephane G a ‘seventeen year old go go boy and glitteratti’ really caught my eye! With a nod to Steven Sprouse (or some vandal from a south-London estate) his ‘Louis Who?’ holdall is a refreshing comment on the often monotony… Read more »

  • Marks and Spencer Race Head with Lewis Hamilton

    Finally, I have started my own blog! This first post is a little bit of news I picked up on the grapevine a while back. LSoD not only focuses of the wonderland of menswear but a mix of news and bits that grabs my attention. Enjoy! Out of the pit-stop and into the fast lane,… Read more »