Super long sleeves, extreme denim and anarchic dressing are what's in store for spring/summer 2017's most fashionable men. After four days of shows Sarah Young considers the top trends that you'll be wearing this time next year
Tweaking your hairstyle is a much easier way to keep your finger firmly on the pulse with the latest trends. This season it's all about textured waves and Sarah Young highlights the best way to achieve model-off-duty hair
Sandals as a sartorial choice for men can often be frowned upon, so how can you wear them without having to sacrifice fashion over function? Lee Holmes debates the dos and don'ts of baring your feet this summer.
Behind the recurring Barracuda print, stars, stripes and sea of buoyant colours, Katie Eary made socio-economic realness her muse
But Britain's capital has its own preconceptions to battle with
The season’s dress code is to dress up. But to tie, or not to tie? To err on the side of cautious tradition, or to explore brave new sartorial terrain? Our fashion experts give their takes on the menswear debate
Forget foulards and ditch the dicky – designers are proposing a host of alternatives to traditional neck-gear and it looks unexpectedly chic
From Fred Astaire to Justin Timberlake, it’s surprising how well blokes scrub up in a penguin suit – but those formal rules are made to be broken, here are some stylish reinterpretations
The autumn/winter 2014 shows took in three cities across two weeks. For next season, designers’ labours yielded a brave new vision for the modern male, argues Alexander Fury
It’s a rebranding success story. At least, as far as retail goes
Brands have gone back to school, working with students to celebrate wool, says Rebecca Gonsalves
A new collection from M&S celebrates the best in British design and manufacture, says Emma Akbareian
Valentino's military theme and Haider Ackerman's opulence hit the Paris catwalks
The simmering tensions between the Savile Row establishment and the capital's youthful upstarts has suddenly come to the boil
London fashion is booming. Statements such as this have been uttered since the mid-Nineties and that Vanity Fair 'Cool Britannia' cover, but by and large they have been directed at London's attention-grabbing womenswear scene.
Symbolically, we all now know that blue isn’t just for boys, but when it comes to a spritz or splash, the hue represents clean, fresh masculinity better than any other – bringing to mind as it does the sea and the sky.