Showing posts with tag: John Varvatos

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16 OCTOBER 2014

GIVEAWAY Four $50 Gift Certificates – ALL YOURS!

MenStylePower are chuffed to be able to give away $50 gift cards to four lucky dudes! In alliance with East Dane, you know that cool, uber-chic men’s online store, www.eastdane.com (who’s sister company is ShopBop – so you might like to check that out for your lady friend for Christmas), all you need to do [...]

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27 MAY 2014

Ditto 3D Tech: Changing the Face of Eyewear for Men

The perfect face shape is constantly on one’s mind when choosing the right pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses. Especially if you’re a long sighted person who needs glasses to see close up. You need to take them off right, to put on the frames to see if they suit you. Yet, as the frames are [...]

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3 AUGUST 2013

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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16 DECEMBER 2012
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29 MARCH 2012

Neil Barrett at Milano’s Men’s Fashion Week

In June this year, Milan’s Menswear (Moda Uomo) will be rolling out an exciting runway across this stylish and classical European city. Designers from all over the world will be showing their menswear collections for Spring and Summer 12/13. As we all know, the northern and southern hemisphere always work 6 months apart. And boy is the [...]

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13 AUGUST 2010

The Tie: Still hanging around.

The tie has been hanging around for many centuries. It all began when Croat soldiers from the Military in French service, wearing their traditional small, knotted neckerchiefs, aroused the interest of the Parisians. Due to the slight difference between the Croatian words for Croats, Hrvati, and the French word, Croates, the garment gained the name [...]

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