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7 MARCH 2017

Confident, stylish, and timeless – UpperCut Grooming

Containing compact versions of the original Uppercut Deluxe style tins, the mini tins are the perfect travel and desk draw accessory to keep the gents of Australia looking sharp from day to night.     MenStylePower have been using the products of UpperCut for over a year now. Our Co-Director, Michael was convinced he’d found […]

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17 DECEMBER 2016

Mike Priddis, An Innovative Genius

We’re entering a time of accelerating technologies, compressed evolution and the exponential organisation. Mike Priddis is the helm of this ship operating an R&D business that bridges world-class invention with world-leading companies.     Sophisticatedly versed in strategy, design, product development, data science, communication and operational leadership, Mike heads up a team of experts in […]

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8 DECEMBER 2016

HYT watchmakers sail into Sydney

  Luxury watches are a desired and well-considered purchase among men; so what sets each new brand apart from the other?   Diamonds? Precious metals? Status? – There are so many elements to be discovered in this highly sought after industry. To MenStylePower, the aesthetics and mechanisms along with the longevity of the piece is […]

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24 JULY 2016

The 12 Styles of American Men

The 12 Styles of the American Man – which one are you? The Powerhouse Also Known As: The master of the universe. Dress code: Power suits, seven-fold ties, black cap-toe oxfords. First known sighting: Drexel Burnham Lambert, 1984. Recent sighting: Testifying before Congress. Signature accessory: Deborah, his longtime personal assistant. Bragging rights: Record profits in […]

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26 JUNE 2016

Bill Cunningham – The Grandfather of Street Style Photography Dies

This article was first published in 2002, The New York Times.  The author Bill Cunningham, a longtime Times photographer, died on Saturday. I STARTED photographing people on the street during World War II. I used a little box Brownie. Nothing too expensive. The problem is I’m not a good photographer. To be perfectly honest, I’m […]

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