Category: men’s fashion

Lessons We Learned At Pitti Uomo 89

Checked Tailoring Is Still A Thing If there are two things Pitti types rate, it’s tailoring and gutsy statements. Put them together and you’ve got something they go pretty much pazzo for. Checked tailoring – whether plaids, windowpanes or Prince of Wales – was (not for the first time) front and centre at this season’s

8 Reasons To Be More Like Idris Elba

1. He Knows The Trends That Work For Him Time’s a great teacher. With over four decades under his belt, Elba has learned to trim the fat from his wardrobe, refining it so that timeless staples are kept stocked high and flash-in-the-pan fare is weeded right out. You won’t find any sliders, extreme longline tees

Where To Shop For A Wedding Guest Suit

It’s that time of year again. The stags are a distant memory (if a memory at all), the several modes of travel and overpriced hotel suites are booked and you’re gradually coming to terms with how broke everyone’s weddings are leaving you. All that remains to be decided is what you’ll wear on the big

How To Dress With Sprezzatura

We’ve all heard the term bandied about. And most of us have read its verbose definition: “a certain nonchalance, so as to conceal all art and make whatever one does or says appear to be without effort and almost without any thought about it.” Some of us might even know that sprezzatura was coined by

10 Style Lessons From Pitti Uomo 90

1. Make Your Pocket Square The Point Have we ever seen a pocket square look this good? Probably not. A bit of a Friday afternoon job for most, choosing a pocket square is usually the last thing a man does when styling a suit – it’s a plain white style lazily tossed into a chest