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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 streets with spray-paint splattered denim and jackets and graffiti style prints on tees and bombers. With the trend for distressing and customised garms continues, one that's perfectly represented throughout our denim workshop, it's no wonder that the next step on the 'worn in' ladder was for paint. Paint Splatter Detailing Each of the two styles gives a totally unique street-ready look and whilst it looks good, it's best not to wear a whole outfit worth of paint splattered gear. Instead pick one item and use it as a statement piece. Wear a pair of paint splattered jeans with a plain white t-s
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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
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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 'LOST' and 'Follow
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Summer still seems so far away because it's still cold, dark and definitely still winter but with the January blues now over and done with; there's no excuse to not invest in a new outfit or two. The spring trends are in and denim is making waves but not in the form of jeans and trousers are getting tailored. Nineties nostalgia is back in a big way too with band or sports tees and varsity jackets all must-haves as we break out of winter. Take a look at our two February outfit picks below. Off Duty Suitin
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What was originally a piece of sportswear rarely seen away from the track, is now undoubtedly a cosy classic. The tracksuit is something that's synonymous with casual weekends in front of the TV or hanging out with mates for a game or two of FIFA but that's not to say that it's something that can't be dressed up thanks to modern detailing including distressing, elongated hems and biker details. So how exactly do you dress a tracksuit so that you don't look like you're heading to or from the gym? Well the
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Denim jacket, trucker jacket, whatever you want to call it, it's a piece that's making one hell of a comeback. Traditionally seen to be a traditional piece of workwear thanks to the rugged nature of denim, the trusty denim jacket is now a mainstay staple for men everywhere from streetwear dressers to heavy-metal fans alike. But double denim (especially when it's the same wash) is a little bit of a no-go. So what do you wear with the iconic piece? Well the easy answer is jeans of another wash. T

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Imagine going on a safari trip around the city of New York during the apocalypse of I Am Legend and the earthy overgrowth intertwining with the bold colours of NYC’s famous street art. How would you dress for that? Easy – you’d dress Graphic Jungle. Graphic Jungle, one of the trends from our SS17 Trans Campaign takes inspiration from statement military references such as uniform silhouettes, camouflage and utility details and smashes them against the bold nature of modern city life. Using the contrast of
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Donald Glover, Childish Gambino, Lando Calrissian, it doesn’t matter what you call him, there’s one thing for sure and that’s Atlanta’s Earn is a bit of a style hero on the quiet. Cleaning up at the Golden Globes for his hit show, Atlanta, he’s managed to pull himself into the limelight for all of the right reasons whilst maintaining the down-to-earth Donald that we’ve grown to love - his reaction to landing the Star Wars role was priceless. Music and acting aside, he’s come of age and has forged a style that is arguab
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With London Fashion Week Mens over and the fashion world off to Italy for Pitti Uomo, we’ve spent some time this week casting an eye over the leading styles and trends from those in attendance. With the best inspiration often coming from those on th
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Following on from the success of our AW16 MAN Collection, we’ve added a number of new lines to our range of affordable basics to make sure that your wardrobe stays on trend as we move into Spring, such as the Limited Edition boohooMAN Snapback. Lead