Showing posts with tag: mens lifestyle magazine

20 JUNE 2012

Alexander Skarsgård unapologetically masculine

It seems our beloved Calvin Klein has again received full marks by consumers with the latest edition of male (vampire) hunks being recruited into the fashion houses’ den.  The latest news is TV vampire Alexander Skarsgård is about to sink his teeth into an encounter with Calvin Klein. First there was Kellan Lutz from the […]

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5 JANUARY 2012

Dress for the Opposite Sex

  Do you ever wonder when you’re looking through your wardrobe if what you wear, turns your lady friend on? It’s no secret that women generally dress for the opposite sex. Quite obviously though, the majority of ladies dress sense has gone from the Chanel style in the 50’s where skirt lengths were elegant and […]

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27 AUGUST 2011

Wolsey, Fit for a King.

  The British heritage brand Wolsey (perhaps the only line that targets street-wear enthusiasts and supplies hosiery and knitwear to the Queen) has commenced showcasing its collection with a more fashion-forward spin-off called 1755 — a modern brand curiously named after the year the company was founded. In a world where competition is fierce and […]

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Casual stylin' to elude comfort, sexiness and Italian cool factor.
25 JUNE 2011

Italy’s MSGM Milan Fashion Week Edition

The history of MSGM begins with the following imperative: never look back. The future is here, ahead of us. Fashion, as a consequence, is today. Maybe tomorrow. Surely not yesterday. Fashion has to be found between the invisible lines of the Internet, in the looks of the new generations on Facebook, in the thousands of […]

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4 APRIL 2011

Dolce and Gabbana’s SS11 Collection

Why is it that when we see a fashion show be it Paris, Milan or New York, the male designers will always walk out at the end wearing one of the following three co-ordinations; A suit or, jeans, vest and jacket or, jeans t-shirt and blazer. Even the most creative of them i.e Dolce and […]

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