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The youngest of seven children and the only boy in his family, Oscar de la Renta first discovered his skill for design whilst drawing clothes for newspapers and fashion houses to earn a little extra money
Want to look good next to your wife on your wedding day? Don’t want to spend months looking through shops and magazines to find a decent suit? Welcome to the quickest and easiest guide to 2016 wedding menswear you’ll ever read!
Founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, the company started life as ‘Bamford & Martin’, but their first years were hampered by the outbreak of World War One.
Sotirio Boulgaris struggled to get his company up and running, suffering a robbery, a ban from trading without a licence and, at one point, only 80 cents in his pocket. But come 1900 he had his first store in Rome, selling silver, antiques and jewels.
One of the most iconic brands of the 60s and 70s, Chloé was founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, who, having married her childhood sweetheart, embraced her second love, designing a small collection of elegant, yet relaxed pieces.
We’ve been so inspired by soon-to-be Duchess Meghan Markle’s effortless style and love the way she’s transforming from red carpet star to princess.
Is there a more luxury wrist adornment than a Rolex? Founded in 1905 in London, the pioneers of the wristwatch now lovingly craft over 2000 timepieces each day.
Clavin Klein’s denim revolution – In 1968 Calvin Klein launched a youthful line of coats and dresses and quickly caught the eye of the fashion world.
Buying wedding gifts are tricky aren’t they? If we’re being honest, there is no such thing as a prototypical wedding gift as there are so many different events of celebration, gratitude and appreciation within the wedding itself.
A suit has the magical quality to transform its wearer into a gentleman, a man of style and class. A well-fitted suit should be a staple in any man’s closet. Here are ten celebrity men that caught much more than a second glance in their suits:
Yes, the wedding is usually all about the bride to be and she gets her stag do. However, the groom to be should have his turn as well and when you are looking for original ideas for the stag do and not the usual hum drum activities, there are plenty to choose from.
I thought these hints and tips would be useful for all you grooms to show you how you should dress depending on what sort of wedding they’re having.
Alexandra Wood, of eponymous multi-award winning men’s tailoring label, AW Bespoke of Savile Row, London recently brought together her creative design talent with a group of talented wedding suppliers to provide wedding inspiration for the ‘groomed groom’.
Taj Phull assistant manager at Scabal London, shares invaluable advice for the groom to be, on everything from trends, top advice and what grooms are really looking for on their wedding day.
We have a brilliant guest blog this week, from Taj at the world renowned tailors, Scabal, who offers us his insight into what the luxury groom will be wearing in 2016
With wedding season upon us most men struggle to decide on what to wear as a guest at a summer wedding. Now, we are not implying you outshine the groom, but cutting a dash as part of the congregation is good.