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In honour of Valentine's Day we're switchin' romancing for bromancing by celebrating some of our favourite male bonds... Seth Rogan and James Franco On screen and off screen bros, these two will take every opportunity to be in a film together... And they can't refuse a good prank! Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler This pairing came together after they co-presented an award at the Oscars back in 2010. Through the love of sport their friendship was cemented at Andy Murray's match in 2013, where they broke the internet with their dapper style and selfie skills Zac Efron and The Rock? We had to chuck in a random one, these two have been near inseparable since they started shooting Bay Watch - a friendship clearly built around the gym Leonardo Dicaprio and Tobey Maguire These two turned a childhood rivalry, of who would make it first, into the ultimate bromance. Going to basketball matches together, being part of the self named 'p***y posse' at high school and later starring in Great Gatsby together. Bad haircuts and all, they did it together Ben Affleck and Matt Damon Like Leo and Tobey,
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by Nathan
Whether you think it's cool or you think it's a crime, there's no denying that graffiti is everywhere you look. From the little scribbles on lampposts to the massive murals on the sides of buildings, street art has become a normal part of life - as much as the authorities would have you believe otherwise. It's no longer restricted to walls though and is now as big a part of menswear as it is the
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With only Manchester City left to play from this round of fixtures, it's beginning to look like the title is won and it's a five-way battle for the remaining Champions League places. Whilst Chelsea stuttered against a resilient Burnley, Spurs slippe
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The Super Bowl pretty much dominated the headlines this week, with it's half time show and advertisements. Whilst this was technically Sunday over in the States, the time difference means that we'll class it as this week because by the time Tom Brady's New England Patriots lifted the trophy it already was Monday in many of the countries around the globe. Elsewhere we Tom Brady Makes It A Big Five
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Pharrell Williams, Skateboard P, whatever you call him, there is no denying that he tops most of the style charts. Fusing formalwear with sportswear, he's not shy when it comes to expressing his personal style in a way that only he can. The artist recently welcomed triplets into the world and as a way of saying congratulations we're making the enigmatic rapper-designer our boohooMAN Of The Moment. Graphic tees, loud prints, the occasional bit of graffiti and distressed denim are no strangers to Pharrell's street-ready look but it's his penchant for the unusual which sets him apart. Shorts for a red carpet event? No issue, it's P. Don't Sweat It Pharrell Double Denim, Pharrell? Hiding In Plain Sight Pharrell
by Nathan
The Biker Jacket is one of those pieces where you can either pull it off, or you can't. Thankfully we're at hand to point you in the right direction as to why you should give the timeless piece a go, because we think making it work is a lot easier than you'd think. It's called a Biker Jacket for a reason, being that it has it's roots in being worn whilst riding a motorcycle instead of a more restrictive coat that's bigger in every proportion, but that's not the only excuse to own one anymore. Over the years style icons from James Dean, Steve McQueen, Pharrell Williams and Kanye West have all been seen wearing them and given the varying styles that each of these had it just proves the point. Reason 1 - They Look Good In Leather Reason 2 - They Look Better In Suede Reason 3 - They're Just Cool Last but not least, they're just cool. Since Marlon Brando made the look his own back in '50s, the biker jacket, both leather and suede, have been synonymous with that bad-boy attitude that everyb
by Nathan
Today marks the annual National Pizza Day, a day to celebrate all things doughy, cheesy and tomatoey. Whether it's stuffed crust, thin and crispy or a deep pan that you prefer, there's nothing better than sinking your teeth into a slice of pizza. With that in mind, we've pulled together a couple of pizza facts to get you in the mood for a meat feast or two later on. What are the most popular toppings? A recent survey found that pepperoni was the most popular pizza topping across the world. Whilst that's hardly surprisi
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The classic hoodie an absolute essential all-year round, but even more so throughout the early part of the year when it isn't quite cold enough to go layer-free. No longer just a cosy-classic, the hoodie has well and truly invaded the fashion world and has been seen on pretty much every runway show for the past couple of seasons. Whether you like them oversized, longline, distressed or just as they come, we've got something that will fit in your wardrobe. That's where things get a little more complicated, what style do
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Last week the boohooMAN team hosted a Denim Workshop where ten of our favourite bloggers were invited to customise some of their favourite boohooMAN denim pieces. With the boohooMAN design team on hand, guests were treated to a crash course in customisation techniques such as distressing, applying patches and cutting. Broadcasting the whole event on snapchat with a custom filter, everyone added their own style to boohooMAN Denim Jackets and Jeans with a variety of patches and personal motifs such as 'LOS
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A London derby, a couple of marauding centre forwards and a relegation scrap that’s beginning to heat up; the Premier League got a double bill this week. Four seemed to be the magic number this weekend with four goals for Sunderland away from home and Romelu Lukaku running riot at Bournemouth. City’s new recruit continued his fine form and Leicester, on the receiving end of a battering from Manchester United, tallied up their fourth straight loss. Sunderland Finally Win Sunderland travelled to London thi