Monthly Archives: August 2018

  1. Best Dressed Men of the Week 31.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men of the Week 31.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men of the Week.

    This week's best dressed men.

    Aml Ameen looked sharp at the premiere of Yardie, in this fantastic burgundy Paul Smith suit.

    How to do smart casual, part 2.0, with Darren Criss - the TV star may just be the best dressed man

  2. Dress like Don Draper

    Dress like Don Draper

    Mad Men’s Don Draper is a man for whom style is as innate as breathing. Whether he’s winning business in a classic suit, or winning ladies in slick black tie, he imbues each look with sartorial panache and appears impeccable wherever he goes.

    Take some fashion tips from Mr Draper. Stick to the classics and do them well. A timeless white shirt, French style cuffs slightly revealed under the jacket, and simple cuff-links, are always elegant, as long as your shirt is well fitted. A white dress shirt is the anchor for most of Don Draper’s wardrobe. It is always perfectly fit,

  3. Best Dressed Men of the Week 24.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men of the Week 24.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men of the Week.

    This week's best dressed men.

    Pharrell is a man who never does two things: look any older than he did ten years ago, or look unstylish. Even in shorts, which is no mean feat.

    Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding looks fantastic in this royal

  4. A Guide to Men's Dress Shirts - How to Get it Right

    A Guide to Men's Dress Shirts - How to Get it Right

    The classic men’s dress shirt. A wardrobe staple and generally the centre-piece of any man's outfit. An ill-fitting shirt can really ruin your appearance, but it’s not always easy finding one that’s perfectly cut for your body. However, though you may instinctively dismiss it as a costly option, bespoke shirting is often available for the same price you’d pay for an off the rack designer brand, so it really is worth investing a little time in having a few custom shirts made. Just as a badly worn shirt can destroy your look, a well fitted one can truly enhance it.

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  5. The History of Versace

    The History of Versace

    You may have watched the TV series about his ending – but how did he begin?

    ‘I like the body. I like to design everything to do with the body.’ – Gianni Versace

    Giovanni ‘Gianni’ Versace was born in Reggio Calabria, Italy, in 1946, where he grew up with his mother, father, old

  6. Best Dressed Men of the Week 10.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men of the Week 10.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men Of The Week.

    This week’s best dressed men.

    In 2018, all black tailoring is a thing. Ewan McGregor looked very slick in shades of black, at the Goodbye Christopher Robin premiere.

    Take note, this is how you wear a turquoise suit. Kunal N

  7. A Man's Luxury: How is a Bespoke Suit Made?

    A Man's Luxury: How is a Bespoke Suit Made?

    A bespoke suit is quite simply a suit that is made exclusively for you. This means that you have total creative control over the process, though of course this is in partnership with your tailor. You can select your fabric and select the style, and you can even choose the finer details like the buttons or lining.

    This may sound overly obsessive but in fact, up until the 1950’s, bespoke tailoring was the norm. And if you are willing to pay a premium for the fit and the quality, bespoke tailoring is very much worth the lengthy period of time it takes to create your suit - indeed, a bespoke suit can often last for life.

    Famed Savile Row, in London, is the renowned mecca for high quality tailoring - people come from all over the world to experience having a suit made on the Row, and tailors Huntsman, Kilgour and Gieves and Hawkes are some of the oldest established businesses in the country.

  8. Best Dressed Men of the Week 03.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men of the Week 03.08.2018

    Best Dressed Men Of The Week.

    This week’s best dressed men.

    Tailoring 101 with Henry Cavil: it’s all about the fit, your suit should fit like a glove...nailed it.

    Whoever said that green doesn’t work? Sam Heughan looked sharp in this sleek Zegna Coutu

  9. MASTER OF THE SUIT - A CHAT WITH FAIYAZ AMLANI FROM SARTOR LONDON

    MASTER OF THE SUIT - A CHAT WITH FAIYAZ AMLANI FROM SARTOR LONDON

    What Faiyaz Amlani, of ‘Sartor London’ doesn’t know about tailoring isn’t worth knowing. Recently voted Best Luxury Bespoke Tailor in the Middle East by Debonair Magazine, Sartor London’s elite clientele includes royalty, and spans multiple continents, from the UK, to America, Asia and the Middle East.

    All of Sartor’s clients return for the same reason: Faiyaz and partner James Armstrong provide a service that goes beyond simply measuring, cutting and delivering an impeccably hand-crafted, customised suit. They strive to create a full experience for their customers, and cultivate a relationship that allows them to truly understand their tastes, their lifestyle, and who they are. The result is magnificent suiting, constructed from only the very highest quality materials, that perfectly conveys the personality and the style of each individual