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When Nike hired a young architect by the name of Tinker Hatfield in 1981 to design their stores they had no idea how much he was going...

When Nike introduced the world to the very first Air Max trainer (known now as the Air Max 1) nobody could’ve predicted how revolutionary...

There are very few brands out there capable of whipping people up into such a frenzy that they will happily camp outside a shop...

Decent tailoring has been the cornerstone for the James Bond franchise. A multitude of tailors and brands have adorned...

In every menswear store in New York City, there is a section dedicated solely to men’s underwear, no matter the designer or brand...

For the last 50 years London’s Carnaby Street has been synonymous with two things – fashion and 1960s culture. Strolling around...

There's nothing like a brand that has a decent narrative. I remember owning a t-shirt once by Marshall Artist that released a...

New Balance is a company that has got sneaker making down to a fine art. Based in Boston and with manufacture taking place at...

No, we’re not talking about ladies lingerie here lads, we’re talking about a man’s accessory which are also known as trouser braces...

There is something about the world of celebrity that seems to compel many of the rich and famous to try their hand at fashion design...

While most sneaker trends come and go, there are those which crop up from time to time and unite us all in admiration, becoming timeless...

Realising that the footwear market was failing workers and outdoorsmen, George Henry Bass - a humble leather tannery employee...

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