The athletic aesthetic in menswear goes far beyond New Year’s resolutions, says Lee Holmes
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Thursday 04 September 2008
The morning phone call is late, so I miss most of the head's mid-week briefing in the staffroom. Joining the other latecomers in the doorway, I catch most of the final item. Simon, in year 10, has been behaving unacceptably and is now on a final warning. However, he feels he is being victimised and that staff are against him. We are advised to tread carefully, avoid confrontation and report any problems directly to the head. I have never knowingly come across Simon, and in any case regard treading carefully and avoiding confrontation as part of the job description.
Monday 11 August 2008
Sunday 03 August 2008
Sunday 09 December 2007
"Cartoon couture" is the best way to describe my style — a toxic-bright blend of patterns, graphic shapes, street and sportswear with a focus on sub-cultures.
Saturday 18 February 2006
Saturday 15 October 2005
Friday 02 September 2005
Tuesday 05 July 2005
Fashion & Style: `In among the sparkle-scattered sweetness, designers are drawing on a less ostentatious source: the American sportswear tradition'
Thursday 10 February 2005
Friday 19 November 2004
Thursday 14 October 2004
Thursday 09 September 2004
The creations of Stella McCartney have adorned a galaxy of A-list celebrities atfilm premieres and fashion-pack parties, and are soon to make an apparently unlikely transition to the gym.
Thursday 12 August 2004
Two sportswear retailing entrepreneurs pocketed about £17.5m each yesterday after selling their company to venture capitalists.
Saturday 10 July 2004
JJB Sports, Britain's largest sportswear retailer, revealed yesterday that a hoped-for boost to sales from Euro 2004 had failed to halt its decline in revenues, sending its shares down 15p to 259p.
Wednesday 31 March 2004
Leeds United are set for a multimillion pound cash injection this week, less than a fortnight after being saved from administration.
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Church of England 'one generation away from extinction' after dramatic loss of followers
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