A new collection from M&S celebrates the best in British design and manufacture, says Emma Akbareian
Patrick Grant-meets-Debenhams is a fashion love story. By Lee Holmes
Whether you opt for office-appropriate or the more casual, you’ll want to button-up in these menswear-inspired shirts, writes Rebecca Gonsalves
Valentino's military theme and Haider Ackerman's opulence hit the Paris catwalks
Gant helped to create the preppy look that’s the hallmark of American menswear and is just as popular over here. Now its offshoot, Gant Rugger, has opened its first UK store.
Fashion: Evening, all
It's not every day a letter arrives with 10 Downing Street stamped across the envelope, but just before Christmas that day came.
Her sport-inspired, minimal aesthetic has secured Lou Dalton the coveted opening slot at next week's London Collections: Men, says Harriet Walker
The stylish menswear brand has graduated from a series of pop-ups to its own store in Soho, says Rebecca Gonsalves
The preppy look never seems to go out of style; a new collaboration takes the concept – and production – back to its American roots, says Rebecca Gonsalves
From the monochrome chic of Giorgio Armani to the blousy beauty of Vivienne Westwood, clothes have the power to delight us. But what of the houses that the fashion creators inhabit? They are, of course, as stylish and inspiring as you’d expect and, thanks to ‘The World of Interiors’, we can take a peek behind the front doors.
I love Sarah Bagner's innovative shop supermarketsarah.com. She sells wares via creatively curated wall displays, each a work of art itself. Now Bagner has an excellent book out, Wonder Walls: Supermarket Sarah's Guide to Display (£19.99, Cico Books), on imaginative ways to show off your stuff. Here's what she learnt writing it…
An exciting series of designer collaborations looks set to put the high-street giant back on the menswear map, says Lee Holmes
Tiger of Sweden is another Scandi import that Brits can't get enough of, says Rebecca Gonsalves
The final day of the inaugural London Collections: Men yesterday was a sublime mix of established stalwarts and bright young things with a canny eye on the commercial side.