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2 AUGUST 2015

Sport & Style from Sweden

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 would be to achieve this. Would it be the German’s – with their attention to […]

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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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The Westwood Homeless

Right so this must be the new way designers are showing off their ranges, because if you put all this stuff together for your daily outfit, you’d be looked upon as some homeless duff. Right? So, in viewing these pictures, you can see that the consumer would more than likely say, “Ok, I love the […]

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Giddy Up Cowboy

The image of a cowboy in men’s fashion often drove herds of women to one’s paddock. In modern society, nothing’s changed. Gone with the Wind and Thelma and Louise are still strong movie moments of hard yakka men kicking up some dust on a far west farm. Now these themes in the fashion business are […]

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Printed T’s Rule!!

Now, in a world that is absolutely saturated with every dude and his dog wanting to put their own T-shirt on the market…we encourage you to keep it simple & sexy. Denim with a fab T under a long sleeved shirt, leather or denim, is the way to go. And if the graphic print is really bold, keep […]

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