British Fashion

How a stalwart of high-class retail lost its fashion sense

Jaeger’s latest financial report suggests the attempted turnaround of the 131-year-old clothing brand isn’t working. Simon Neville reports on a tale of foolish cost-cutting, self-defeating discounting and an unresolved identity crisis

Style file: Make a bigger splash in Neoprene

Neoprene isn’t just for wetsuit-sporting beach bums and boogie boarders: the techy swimwear staple has made the  leap to futurist fashion favourite and  the spring catwalks are awash with it, writes Holly Swayne

Style file: All about Yves Saint Laurent

The label Saint Laurent is back in fashion with two films out this year highlighting their founder’s personal style and his enduring impact on the modern man’s wardrobe, says Alexander Fury

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The long and the skort of it

Clean lines and textured fabrics make the case for a mini-skirt,  a pair of shorts or a hybrid of  the two, says Naomi Attwood

Style file: Vogue male models

We’re used to the shifting ideals of the female body shape, but now it seems the male model’s physique can be as varied as the clothes he wears. Alexander Fury looks at the changing male aesthetic