Showing posts with tag: men’s shirts

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12 OCTOBER 2015

Ted Baker and The Mad Hatters

Menswear is at an exciting and relevant point in time. Our gents are buying up, experimenting more with patterns and colours and understanding the power of the luxury market. In the line of work that I do, I give advice on personal style for gentlemen of all shapes and sizes, positions of influence and aspirational students. Most of […]

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17 FEBRUARY 2015
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1 DECEMBER 2013

In the Navy

Blue is probably one of the most favored colors on us Gents. It’s safe, it can change via a shade up or down. It can be true light or midnight dark. It’s linked to a sapphire, a royal gem, and it is nostalgic. Blue represents the sky, the sea, the waterhole, the Johnny Walker whiskey. […]

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23 MAY 2013

The Rise of “Geek Brands” in Japan

There are more single or childless Japanese men in their 30s and 40s than ever before. The affluent and well paid among them have the time and money to indulge their most esoteric whims, whether in hobbies or consumer goods. A host of new brands and stores have emerged to serve them. One of the […]

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27 OCTOBER 2012

Herringbone – A Genteel Australian Tradition

Inspite of the hard yakka image of the Australian male icon i.e. out at pasture, driving horses or shearing wild rams in rugged denimwear and torn shirts, the Australian male style sensibility has over the years embraced the finer, more tailored aspects of menswear. This is especially evident through in the very genteel designs of […]

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