Winter and layering: the first necessitates the second, but it doesn't have to be all about keeping warm. Taking lessons from the fall / winter runways, menswear looks to giving an already-sharp outfit a cool twist by way of layerings of different lengths. Find out more about the trend after the break.
Wool may be the safe option, but velvet is the sexualised one. And while it's been a trend for several years running, fall 2012 and beyond sees new bolder interpretations along with the safer staples. Read on for the full report on this plushly textured fabric of choice for the colder season.
If Steve McQueen could make it look sexy, masculine and cool, so can you. But as the rollneck sweater returns to menswear in fall 2012, simplest isn't necessarily best. In fact, if the runways are any indication, it's all about layering it up. Read on for more.
Forgive the overused cliche, but the truth is it applies: dark blue, for men, really is the new black. When it comes to buying your outerwear for the fall / winter season, look not to true black but to midnight blues so dark you have to look twice before getting lost in their depths. Read on for the full report on how to wear blue-blacks and blue-on-black in 2012.
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From the trenchcoat to aviator sunglasses, men's fashion staples have been born out of the necessity of war. That's why military style comes around again and again, this time in the guise of modern army inspired clothing. Green is the key colour, outerwear the favoured style: just make it functional, effortless, and cool.
Prints. They're a polite way of saying you have a bit of attitude; they create contrasts and allow your personality to shine through. Whether worn in blocks, layered, or introduced in moderation by way of accessories, prints for men are stronger than ever come fall. Read on for the full report.
The spring / summer weather is often a bitch of a thing, giving you a tan one day and leaving you soaked the next. So how does a guy cope with the question of outerwear that fits the season? For 2012, turns out that the humble parka is the answer. But not just any parka. Read on to find out the 5 outerwear cuts you need to know about this season.
Get an in-depth look at all of the latest men's hair trends, hairstyles and haircuts for 2014 and beyond. Fashionising.com takes you through them all, including guides on how to style each look, what to ask for to have your hair cut, and who each style is best suited to.
Has it actually come full circle, rising from the ashes instead of settling into the dust of the battlefields where it was shot down? It certainly seems that way. After being a dominant trend for the better part of the past decade men’s military fashion is back to exactly where it started. You need only take a look over the street style photos to come…
To say that workwear – the non-suited kind that takes its wearer to places where furnaces are fuelled, wrenches are turned, and paint, grease and sweat are just as much applied daily as is a splash of aftershave – has become for men a sartorial look to be aspired to would be something of an exaggeration. A pair of rugged, industrial coveralls may have a…