Men’s Fashion

Camouflage is one of menswear’s greatest ironies. For a print that was designed to let members of the military go incognito, it’s pretty damn conspicuous everywhere else. It’s this brick-through-a-window level of obviousness which has made camouflage an unappealing sartorial prospect for many men. In camo you’re pretty much a walking target for judgement, admiring
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Hair gel – along with Lynx deodorant and crappy Bic razors – seems to be an integral part of our initiation into the world of grooming. When we first begin experimenting with a ‘hairstyle’ it seems the first product we turn to is a sickly, plastic-scented, gluey mess in lurid packaging. Those who dabble with
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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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