Menswear

The season's dress code can be formal, or maybe not

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

Dressed to impress: how to wear a tuxedo

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

istyle: Spin us a yarn

Brands have gone back to school, working with students to celebrate wool, says Rebecca Gonsalves

istyle: On your marks

A new collection from M&S celebrates the best in British design and manufacture, says Emma Akbareian

On your marks

A new collection from M&S celebrates the best in British design and manufacture, says Emma Akbareian

Men: Fresh ways to start the day

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.

iStyle: College blues

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.

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