Saturday, March 27, 2010

How to Tie a Bow Tie

Something every guy should know!

Intimidating at first, tying a real bow tie isn't as tough as it looks. Follow this step-by-step guide to tying a bow tie and you'll be looking old school spiffy in a jiffy.


Travel in Style

Bottega Veneta Six-Piece Alligator Luggage Set




On The Runway Issey Miyake Men S/S 2010


Thursday, March 25, 2010

Marc Jacobs Spring / Summer 2010 Lookbook

Wednesday, March 24, 2010


“Fashions fade, style is eternal.”



Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Minimal Style from Naples

The new collection from the new hot Italian designer
Roch Hadrien Coquelet.

If u like it, u can shop here


thanks to Gianluca Porrazzo

Le Parfum

Men fashion trends for spring-summer 2010

Coming soon



This is Style


Monday, March 22, 2010

Classic Style

Style is something u born with...

Hackett SS2010 "The Art of Dressing"

Taking time to reinforce the links developed with major British iconic sporting events and institutions this season, Hackett present a versatile collection with a distinct handwriting that transcends definition by era or influence but remains unmistakably Hackett.

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Fashion in Combat: Men's Military Trend 2009-2010

The military shape always has been a fashion driven trend for the colder months; but for Autumn (Fall)/Winter 2009-2010 designers such as Gareth Pugh, Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and Burberry have modified and transformed the combat uniform from the past to the now. Gareth Pugh, with one of the most unusual menswear collections for A/W 09-10 has brought inspiration from the likes of German officer overcoats from the Second World War to the metal chain mail suits that were worn under suits of armour.
Mens Military Trend on the runway 2009-2010 
Runway looks by Gareth Pugh, D&G, Burberry Prorsum, and John Galliano

Movies can also be seen as a heavy influence in Pugh's A/W collection with feathers for shoulder decoration as inspiration from The Crow including the Gothic ripped trousers and black boots and the metallic body combat suit, a similar cut to Christian Bale's costume in Equilibrium.

Burberry have opted for the more settled approach to the trend with tailored coats inspiring from French naval officers and a two tone pea coat that is linked again to the Second World War.

D&G have used the patterned Musketeer jacket detailing that was later used on band uniforms and other military jackets. No doubt the high street will be quick to follow in their footsteps with this popular design.

And of course John Galliano has expanded the old swash-buckling clothing that the pirates and old Captains would have worn on the ships of the deepest seas. He included the old white wigs and fold-over leather boots to really help support the history that he is repeating on the catwalk.

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