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10 rules for buying an off-the-rack men’s suit this summer

Serving as a pillar for the formal segment building the modern man’s wardrobe, a summer suit is both a necessity and a pretense for men to look their absolute best in spite of the heat. A summer suit is also known to reveal a lot about personal style and self-confidence, that’s why purchasing such an important item off-the-rack is a pretty complicated task, despite its…

Dungarees & overalls are back: here’s how to wear them

On imagines that the coolness of bib overalls - also known as dungarees - comes from their workwear origins. There's a relaxed, down-to-earth mood associated with someone who is as far away from white-collar, tie-wearing worker as you can get. Overalls are grubby, hands-on, no airs and graces sort of fare; a uniform for the mechanic and the street-smart youth alike. Back with new interpretations, here's how you can make dungarees look cool for spring 2014.
Bibbed: S/S '14
Bibbed: S/S '14
Bibbed: S/S '14
Bibbed: S/S '14
Bibbed: S/S '14
Bibbed: S/S '14
Bibbed: S/S '14
Bibbed: S/S '14

10 horse-motif pieces to usher in the Year of the Horse

Fast victories, unexpected adventures and good luck, this is what the year of the Horse (debuting on January 31) is expected to bring along. Perhaps you’re keen on celebrating its promise of good fortune in a fashionable manner – how else? – or you just happen to love the horse’s wild and independent spirit - either way, we need no other excuses to put together a list of 10 horse motif pieces to usher in the Chinese New Year with.

How to master the art of sheer layering

2014 brings a fresh take on transparency, with layers of sheer fabrics intended to add a three dimensional quality to spring and summer fashion. With each sheer overlay acting as a petal, the resulting layers appear rather lightweight and ethereal, and quite beautiful if done right. After the break - how to master the art of sheer layering, to make see-through garments your secret weapon for spring.
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14
Diaphanous layers: S/S '14

Cropped shirts for spring: how to make them work for you

An inevitable and welcome evolution of the crop top trend, the cropped shirt has a classic, sophisticated vibe that lends itself to both feminine and masculine interpretations. Merging the old with the utterly fresh and new, there are plenty of ways to style the cropped shirt and make it a statement this spring.

Spring 2015 colour trends

Looking ahead to spring / summer 2015, what colours will be dominating our wardrobes? Keep an eye on this page as the shades of the season take shape.

10 of the best magazine covers of 2013

It has been a year filled with hundreds of stunning magazine covers, amongst which some consolidated careers, others became legendary and a few remained nothing but beautiful one-month wonders. What truly separates the best covers from all the rest is really hard to pinpoint, but the magazines to have made the 2013 top 10 are the perfect mix of inspiration, beauty and fashion, with a…

Coloured trousers for men: how to wear them this winter

Persisting in seeking out what is the inarguable elegance and timeless essence of neutral shades such as black and white, the men’s fall / winter 2013 fashion trends weren’t all about keeping the cuts safe, and the hues conservative though. Bold pops of colour were also seen taken on the runways, breaking through unexpectedly, stealing the eyes and painting the cold season in bright and…

The urban explorer: why adventure gear is in for men this winter

Heavy snow, strong wind, the man going against the elements and the beauty of nature conquered at last; it might sound quite like the idyllic outdoors scenario, but once the long winter gets installed in the northern hemisphere, the fine line between what is the explorer’s dream and what becomes of the adventurous winter reality, gets blurred, allowing for the two separate facts of existence…

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