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Royal Ascot is imminent which means, if you're attending, you need to be dusting off your top hat or heading out to purchase one. It's a fantastic English traditional, and part of the strict Ascot dress code to sport a top hat to the five day event. The original top... read more

As part of Timberland's Spring 2015 'Let's Get Lost' campaign, Rick Edwards joined the Timberland UK team for a '2 days, 1 bag' road trip challenge. The challenge involved the well-known broadcaster, now also a fashion writer and political activist, planning a... read more

“It’s been a nonstop travel month,” says JOSEPH’s Head of Menswear Mark Thomas, “I’m speaking to you from the car right now, driving up the Western coast of Ireland.” After a whirlwind three-day trip to Italy to put the finishing touches on the Spring/Summer... read more

Founded in late 2009, the organic process began at atelier Saman Amel. The brand strives on quality over quantity and the founders aim to shape ideas around the backgrounds in which they grew up in. However, there is no doubt about it; breaking into the bespoke tailoring... read more

In the changing world of menswear, there have to be some things that have to remain in the foundations. Those basics that every man relies on, have to tick several boxes and perform functions that are not always asked of trophy pieces. As brands continue... read more

For this denim focussed feature we turn to NEXT’s denim buyer to fill us in on the important details and to provide us with an expert insight. Jeans have very much stood the test of time for multiple decades and we find out why, along with what type/model of jeans... read more

Is Vintage Clothing exclusive to vegetarians? Is it a prerequisite that in order to appreciate Vintage Clothing you must own Bob Dylan's entire back catalogue on vinyl? Why do all women quote that Marilyn Monroe "if you can't handle me at my worst you don't... read more

You know when Paul Alger, Director of International Affairs at UK Fashion and Textiles, advises to you register your innovative design immediately, you're on to something good. Rosemary Goodenough caused a minor sensation at London... read more

A particular watch brand which has caught our eye this month is Paulin Watches. Built in Glasgow whilst carrying a unisex appeal, they’re another watchmaker to join the team minimal camp. When we first saw one of their watches we could see similarities... read more

They say you can learn a lot about a man by observing his shoes. Relying on such sartorial cues have become more problematic due to the recent explosion of creativity within the men's accessory sector. Flouro trims, clashing prints, trainers with suits, and... read more

Menswear brand Casely-Hayford is one of the most exciting success stories to come out of London in the past five years. Formed in 2009 of father-son duo Joe Casely-Hayford OBE and Charlie Casely-Hayford, the brand seems to epitomise the energy and direction... read more

Mauli is an independent company with a passion for creating all natural products for individuals who respect the power of nature and appreciate genuine quality. Inspired by the grooming rituals and timeless wisdom of Ayurveda, Mauli Rituals combines India’s... read more