Showing posts with tag: men’s tailoring

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27 NOVEMBER 2012

Jon Ashe – Designer of Artisan Elegance

Care for a handmade shirt from SoHo? Or maybe to change your image from something that is clean cut, to an elegant manliness wearing highly functional clothing that imbues a character of distinction and personal style? The Jon Ashe Collection is designed for men who are looking for clothes that combine the comfort and ruggedness […]

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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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Sapphire Blue French Bouclé, Wool/Mohair Sport Jacket, 2-Button, Notch Lapel, Double Vent, Regular & Ticket Pocket “Pebbles in a Stream” Necktie; White/Yellow Plaid Cotton French Cuff Slim Fit Shirt
28 APRIL 2011

Zaharoff: Sophisticated Suiting

When it comes to men’s suiting many of us shy away from any or all decisions around the purchase apart from whether it needs to be a three piece, a two piece and needs a friendly price tag. But, if you appreciate your suit like you do a European sports car, then you would add […]

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Sport & Fashion Combo…

It’s not often you come across a ‘sportswear’ label that has successfully infiltrated the men’s ‘fashion’ world. When we say that, we mean they have dominated two categories in the garment business. You’d sit and ponder wouldn’t you, to whom it it would be to achieve this. The German’s – with their attention to detail […]

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