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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 traditional military colours such as khaki against vibrant pop colours such as orange, yellow and red. Updated geometric camouflages take centre stage and are paired with classic military pieces that have been brightened up for spring. Want more? The full SS17 Trans Campaign is now live and features a whole host of Graphic Jungle products. Shop it now.
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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 reactio
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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. Leading the line where the new inclusions are concerned is the MAN Embroidered MA-1 Bomber; giving the time-tested bomber a boohooMAN twist with a MAN log
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Whilst earlier in the week we covered the less conventional style icons, we're also suckers for the usual suspects and none more so than Tom Hardy. With his latest show Taboo starting this evening, we thought that it's about time we gave Hammersmith's very own a little appreciation. He's starred in so many hit films from his debut in Black Hawk Down to his role in the Peaky Blinders that we're a little surprised that you don't tend to see much of him in the press - but that's probably why we like him so much. There's one thing that isn't in doubt though, the man knows how to dress. Whether it's something as simple as a walk with the dogs, a movie premiere on the red carpet, or playing Handsome Bob in Rock n Rolla (he even made Charles Bronson look good), he never looks out of place and whatever he's wearing just seems to work. A fan of big outerwear pieces and a slick suit, we can get you dressing like the man himself in no time. To Walk The Dogs For The Premiere
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New Years Eve can go one of two ways, it's either going to be the best night of your life or it's going to be an anti-climax. With Christmas over, there's still plenty of reasons to celebrate, we're on the verge of 2017, a year that promises so much and can be what you make it. So how do you dress for the big night? Well that depends entirely on where you're going and who you're going to be seeing the new year in with. The Romantic Dinner We all have that one friend that shuns the big night out

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Who doesn’t love the feeling of hurriedly running downstairs on Christmas morning to see if Santa has actually paid you a visit? Okay so we’re not kids anymore but the big day still brings the same anticipation and excitement as it always has. Given that there’s less than a week to go and our Christmas delivery deadlines are creeping up we thought it was about time to give our suggestions on what
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The MA-1 Bomber Jacket has been a staple in our wardrobes for decades. Since the airplanes of the 1950's could fly at much higher altitudes than the propellor aircrafts that came before them, the military pilots of this time needed something a littl
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Nothing is more essential to the final touches of an outfit than the shoes that you put on your feet. These days the trend has been to wear white trainers with everything; jeans, chinos, joggers or shorts - you name it and you can probably wear them with it. It really doesn’t have to be that way though, with the boohooMAN footwear collection, you have the option to mix things up without breaking
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Workwear is a term used to describe what was formerly a very distinct look that is commonly made up of denim, heavy cottons and knitwear. Blurring the lines between function and fashion, it’s a trend that stems from the outfits of those working in manual labour jobs such as mechanics, pilots and miners, with an emphasis on both the way their clothes interact with their workplace and on layering up to stay dry and warm. Over time, the demands of our workplaces have changed with more people sat behind a desk at a computer than ploughing fields. Thanks to this, these classic workwear pieces have made ended up forming part of our every day wardrobe. Denim is a prime example of this. Once upon a time, the people who wore denim were thought of in a rather derogatory way. Fast-forward a century; a couple of revolutionary trends like punk and all of a sudden you’ve got something that everybody owns. Knitwear falls into the same category, with roots on the fishing boats that tear across the oc