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Men’s fashion week turned up a notch when it landed in Italy at the weekend. Read on for our review of three key Spring/Summer 2015 shows from Milan’s latest menswear collections including Gucci, Versace and DSquared.
The men’s answer to London Fashion Week has drawn to a close for the Spring/Summer 2015 season; read on for our review of two of London Collections’ stand-out shows including DKNY and Moschino.
Paul Smith has become an iconic British brand synonymous for classic luxury tailoring with a signature quirky edge. Read on to discover the definitive guide to the revered brand.
There is only one day to go before the tournament kicks off with the opening ceremony and the first match between hosting country, Brazil and Croatia. Read on to see how you can show your support throughout the World Cup 2014.
Shorts are a key staple of your summer wardrobe and versatile whether here in England or overseas. Read on to discover how to style Polo Ralph Lauren’s classic Suffield shorts for sunny barbeques, summer holidays by the sea or unpredictable festival climates.
The ultimate guide to the top three festivals of the summer, from typically British, to bespoke and exotic. Read on to see our coveted guide on the best festivals and what to wear this summer.
The Flannel’s best-dressed gentleman list will be paying homage to the most stylish men to grace us with their presence. From newer young actors to bona fide style icons, read on to discover our top five gents who master a slick sartorial style day after day.
The 67th annual Cannes Film Festival was bigger and better than ever with stars from all over the world travelling to the namesake French city for a multitude of premieres, press shows and parties. Read on for a roundup of our favourite looks from the prestigious event.
The perfect gentleman: it’s one of those things that we all seem to think we are, but are we really? See how you measure up by taking our quick quiz.
The art of tying a piece of material around your neck in the name of fashion did not come about until
around 1650. Read on to discover how cravats evolved into the ties that we wear today.