Men’s Fashion

It’s true that golf doesn’t have the most stylish of reputations. Argyle jumpers paired with shapeless slacks may cut a fine silhouette at the local British Legion, but these do little to represent modern menswear. Style ambassadors such as John Daly and Trainspotting’s Francis Begbie have done little to aid the cause. But this hasn’t
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Alongside beards and beer that tastes like mulch, tattoos have been inescapable for the last half-decade. The hipsterisation of fringe interests means that body modification – once reserved for sailors and bikers – no longer marks you as a ne’er-do-well. Since David Beckham had son Brooklyn’s name scrawled on his lower back, tattoos have gone
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“How to get ripped”. It’s probably not by typing those words into a search bar that the fitness models you follow enviously on Instagram acquired the abdominals of an Adonis or shoulders that could dislodge a doorframe. It’s their job to be in that type of shape, right? Well, yes. Kind of. What these body
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White jeans are to a man’s wardrobe what Donald Trump is to the American electorate: no not a shouting scotch egg, but something that’s hard to miss and nothing if not completely polarising. Despite their ability to split opinion like few other items in a man’s wardrobe, like clockwork they resurface and multiply each spring/summer
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We need less shit to worry about in summer, not more. After all, it’s the season to kick back with a cold one, relax and just enjoy not freezing your nads off for a few months. Well, yes, but it’s no time to slack on your skincare routine, either. With all the sweet perks of
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There’s a key moment in The Wild One, the 1954 youth-ploitation movie in which an outlaw biker gang runs rampant through Hicksville USA, when a starstruck girl inquires of their ringleader, an impeccably leather-jacketed, cuff-jeaned, scuff-booted, 1950s fashion icon Marlon Brando, “Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against?” Brando’s response, with a world-weary sigh: “What’ve
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The prison yard gym is well-known Hollywood trope – the place where ne’er-do-wells congregate to bench rusty dumbbells and stare down meek fresh meat. The reality is very different. For many prisoners, fitness is both a physical and mental escape that, rather than on a sprawling film-set gym, happens in the confines of a cell.
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32 Budget Summer Pieces Worth Buying Without a little careful planning and consideration, attempting to stock a new-season wardrobe entirely from scratch is about as much fun as going to the doctor for a prostate exam. Especially when parting with significant amounts of cash. Fortunately, we’ve done it for you (the careful planning bit, not
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From Winston Churchill to Malala Yousafzai, history is awash with inspirational speeches spoken by great men and women. Naturally, though, not all speeches are created equal. You need only look at the orations of certain current political figures to notice that sometimes, when people speak, they really aren’t saying anything at all. Luckily, everyone on
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The driving shoe is an incredibly useful addition to your summer wardrobe. It is an elegant combination of the penny loafer’s dressiness and the traditional moccasin’s comfort. More urbane than the boat shoe and not as precious as the Belgian loafer, it sits perfectly within the sometimes dreaded smart-casual clothing category and is the only
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Sneaker releases are now so frequent that describing the flurry of brand new kicks as ‘arrivals’ will no longer suffice, the phenomenon now has its own noun, the ‘drop’. We’re well on board for multiple kick drops (not drop kicks) but truth be told, we always find ourselves drawn right back to old favourites, and
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As we get older, it gets harder to rebel. Spray painting anti-war slogans seems messy, you can’t really function without that morning cup of tax-dodging coffee, and your place of work sadly doesn’t include mohawks in its acceptable uniform policy. So what’s the grown-up way – short of becoming a Scientologist – to fight the
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Sick of the rejection that goes with the territory, Eric Rutherford quit his acting and modelling career in the 1990s to take advantage of a burgeoning reputation for producing lavish Hollywood events. Some 20 years passed before his now very grey locks (he started turning at 28) were spotted by a casting director at a
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It’s the diving watch that nobody can get enough of. No, not the Tudor Pelagos, which is the watch we’re actually here to talk about – rather, the Heritage Black Bay. Whether in bronze or steel, framed by a burgundy or navy aluminium bezel, it is the blue-eyed posterboy for Tudor’s recent renaissance, and a
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