by Jonny
Image via: @rowanrow Denim. People have been wearing it for decades and it's become a staple in pretty much everyone’s wardrobe. With spring in full swing, it’s time to set aside your chunky knits and overcoats to make way for some spring wardrobe updates. We've compiled five top tips to follow when dressing your denim this season. 1. Double It Up. In most cases, double denim can be a risky move and considered a taboo in certain social groups. Pair two wrong shades together and you’ll look like you've just landed yourself back in the 90s. The safest way to rock double denim is to choose some black jeans and for the risk takers, white jeans also work for an on trend spring look. The main man Kanye West is renowned for rocking the double denim fit and smashing it. 2. Distress It. Distressed denim was huge last year and doesn’t look like it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. It’s a trend that's completely dominated clothing rails and is a perfect choice for spring. Ripped denim jeans aren’t your only option, however. Ripped jackets and shirts also offer a grunge, street vibe to your sp
by Jonny
“You can always judge a man by his shoes.” It's said that, undoubtedly, shoes are equally as important as your outfit. You wouldn’t want to match a pristine three-piece suit with a pair of basic lace ups. Traditionalists from Saville Row would argue that you're restricted to two main groups; you can either opt for a classic Oxford or more detailed Brogue. However, there are some new kids on the b
by Nathan
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 mana
by Nathan
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 the streets rather than on the runway, we give you a look at what London’s most stylish wore. Quileted Jackets Whether it was due to London’s typically
Photo: Robert Spangle
Photo: Robert Spangle
Photo: Robert Spangle
by Nathan
For too long have menswear style guides been based on the likes of Kanye West and Steve McQueen and whilst they dress well, they’re not the be all and end all. With that in mind, we’ve pulled together a small list of heroes big & small that can teach us a lesson or two about menswear. Steve Zissou – The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou With his trademark orange beanie and contrasting blue get up, Bill Murray’s Steve Zissou is an unlikely style icon from the world of Wes Anderson. Famous for his unlikely captaincy of the Belafonte, fear of parenthood and hatred of Dolphins, Zissou is nothing if not sartorial perfection. Steve Urkel – Family Matters Originally supposed to be nothing more than throwaway character, Steven Quincy Urkel quickly became the star of Family Matters and is the epitome of preppy geek. Whilst his trademark suspenders and thick glasses may be a stretch for most, his loud shirts, cardigans and denim are a match made in heaven. He is the original hipster after all. Shi