Life and Style The Lanvin runway show at Paris Fashion Week

Fashion's all about evolution and revolution. Particularly in the pursuit of the new, and youthful. The Lanvin autumn/winter 2014 collection was both: at least, on paper. The styles referenced eighties new-wave, skinny models with partially-shaved hairstyles marching out in acid-bright varsity-jackets, skinny ties and giant trainers like characters from a Bret Easton Ellis novel.

An image from the autumn catalogue shot in Tokyo

Great Danes

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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…

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Ready To Wear: With their own collections, right now it's all about men

It's all about men just now.

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Carven out a slice of the market

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Matthew Bell looks at a design by Sibling at Gentleman's Fashion weekend

Fashion is for real men, too!

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Prince Charles joked last night that it has taken him 64 years to attain fashion icon status

The new king of fashion entertains his subjects...

London's first men's fashion week kicked off last night with a party hosted by an unlikely new style icon

Menswear firm offloads Moss Bros stake

A 29 per cent stake in the men's suitmaker Moss Bros that was once owned by Sir Philip Green changed hands again yesterday at a profit to the sellers of about £4m.

Former Moss Bros boss to help retailer to refinance

Listed department store chain Beales has hired a former Moss Bros board member as interim finance director as it closes in on a refinancing package.

£100 off men's suits at Jaeger

British luxury brand Jaeger has teamed up with The Independent to offer £100 off all full priced men's suits between 3 May and 10 June 2012.

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