Statement placements or splattered all over, the motif is the big story of spring/summer menswear. Lee Holmes decodes some of fashion’s favoured graphics
Holey moley! Men in lace is the surprise trend of the spring/summer 2016 shows. But it isn’t just a catwalk fantasy: it’s trickling onto sale rails and even the high street. Rebecca Gonsalves grapples with guys in guipure.
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 standing out, for autumn/winter, designers are besotted with the idea of men fitting in
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.
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
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
The simmering tensions between the Savile Row establishment and the capital's youthful upstarts has suddenly come to the boil
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.
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