Men’s Fashion

It’s painful, it’s expensive, it requires serious perseverance and if you’re not careful, it might just become something of an addiction. No, not bondage. This is something far less raunchy, yet every bit as daunting to attempt as a beginner. Welcome to the world of raw denim. Just like quantum physics, Bitcoin and CrossFit, raw
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Men’s suede sneakers: they’re about as reliable in bad weather as an umbrella made of bog paper, are a nightmare to clean, and if you spill a glass of Rioja on them, it’s basically game over. And yet, even despite boasting nowhere near the same level of practicality or, well, wine-proofness as their leather counterparts, they
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There’s probably some science behind why the denim jacket is so consistently handsome and endlessly wearable. That’s not why we’re here. It just is. Though it may be chopped, changed, nipped and tucked season on season, the truth is it never falls out of favour in men’s fashion. It’s a piece that appears in wardrobes
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Denim: so easy to put on, and yet, so easy to get wrong. Unlike corduroy and velvet, which appear difficult (and indeed are), denim seems simple enough on the surface, but can be perilous to a man’s sartorial reputation. Take poor Justin Timberlake, for example, who still hasn’t lived down that double denim disaster some
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You don’t have to be into luxury watches to wear a watch. To be the kind of man who knows what ‘escapement’ means, or why Rolexes with faulty dials are more covetable than the pristine ones. That’s because even though watches are jewellery, they’re not really jewellery. They’re functional. You could use one to land
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Your twenties – or the early ones at least – are the “wonder years”. You wonder how you’re ever going to pay off these tuition fees. Why people voluntarily choose to get married and have children. Why you drunk so many Jagerbombs last night. You also wonder what to wear, which is complicated by the
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Hats were once considered an everyday item, gracing the heads of the aristocracy and working class alike. But as the years passed and the appeal of headwear faded, hatmakers were pushed in a slightly more niche direction. However, classic styles such as the fedora and panama have seen something of a revival in recent years,
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