Accessories

Rapha/Paul Smith cycling cap

Paul Smith, after all these years, is still promoting a retro English way of like. Smart suits, spy hole cameras and now, teaming up with Rapha, we can get our hands on these great vintage cycling caps. These Rapha/Paul Smith caps are limited to a run of 200 (per style) to celebrate Le Grand Départ […]...More

Clothing

Uniqlo UT t-shirt range

Uniqlo have let loose designers, photographers and musicians on their UT t-shirts with eye-catching results. From traditional Japanese designs, to dance moves to ’90s computer game Sensible Soccer style graphics you will easily be able to find something that you like. This t-shirt is by Osamu Tezuka and will set you back a wallet-pleasing £1...More

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Top five: hats

Now we might not ever see hat wearing of the proportions seen in those photos in pubs of football fans from the ’20s but hats are definitely making a comeback. Choose your straw hats carefully, please don’t go for the faux-aged sprayed-brown straw stetsons, they will make you look like a runaway from a local […]...More

Lifestyle & Gadgets

Beverage of the Week: Whiskey Sour

It’s that time of the week again. The filing can wait until Monday, colleagues are lobbing paper planes across the office and you’re rude to anyone on the phone (when you can be bothered to answer it). You can only just about read this as most of your brain power is being used to devise […]...More

Designer Spotlight, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Gadgets, News

Jellio art

Ever wanted a giant version of an unmade Airfix model bolted to your wall? Of course you did. Now you have the chance. Jellio is the ultimate in retro-kitsch-art, selling anything from glass encased Rock ‘em Sock ‘em Robots ($800) to Rubix Cube coffee tables ($600). They also sell this Airfix style wall decoration ($2,500). […]...More

Clothing

Amplified tee

Admit it, ever since you got given a pack of those "rub on" tattoos, you’ve wanted to get your whole body inked in flaming skulls, swords with snakes wrapped around them and evil, naked she-devils. You were going to buy a big motorbike too, and stay up until four 4am every morning. But then you […]...More

Clothing

Levi’s 1947 check shirts

I can’t get enough of big-checks – wearing small checks always reminds me of the curtains my mum had in her kitchen. Or school-girl Summer-dresses, but that’s another story. "Mother, I’m thirteen now and I can wear what I want! Get that dress away from me!" Anyway, this Levi’s check shirt (£37.50) is "s...More

News

Ralph Lauren discovers web, designs collection for Wimbledon

Gone are the days when you actually had to step foot inside a store to buy your favourite designer threads and I’m not just talking about online shopping. Ralph Lauren is helping to change the way in which we shop by introducing a 24-hour interactive shopping window outside his London flagship store in New Bond […]...More

Footwear

Pierre Hardy brogue desert boots

Pierre Hardy’s collection of shoes is an understated classy gem. These pale grey desert boots with suede brogue overlay are the height of subtle chic. They will bring quiet elegance to a pair of jeans and t-shirt and paired with grey suit will set you apart from the office. Obviously a suede toe and pale […]...More

Clothing

Adidas Carlo Gruber vest

Sorry to do this to you again, but I couldn’t resist bringing you this awesome vest jacket (£90), despite it being Summer. It just excited me so much which is rare these days… It’s design came from a brief collaboration with the eponymous ski instructor during the late 1970s, when professional skiers were in high […]...More

Clothing, Designer Spotlight

Vilebrequin or just vile?

Vilebrequin created boxer-short style beach wear back in 1970, giving rise to pretty much what every guy wears down on the promenade today. Prior to Monsieur Vilebrequin’s vision, inspired by a tablecloth no-less, men wore short shorts. Very short shorts. Or Speedos.  Neither were a good look. Since then, Vilebrequin has continued to chu...More

Clothing

Paul Smith t-shirt

I found this Paul Smith tee (£45) while perusing their website. Big, thick stripes and colourful gingham prints seem to be the in thing at the moment, so I was pleased when I came across this simple, striped tee. I also like the cut on the arms – I much prefer a t-shirt when the […]...More

Clothing, Designer Spotlight

Next cargo shorts

I generally loathe Next. Their collection is the epitome of the blandness that pervades men’s high street fashion these days and their casual wear is made to such general specifications that they end up fitting everyone and no-one. Seems a little strong, doesn’t it? Well, there are some things that Next do well. Like cheap […]...More

Footwear

Adidas Gazelle Laser

Look at these beauties. This is a dynamite pair of Adidas Gazelle Laser. The Gazelle was first seen in 1968 and became renowned for its incredible cushioning. Now, The Gazelle is re-interpreted for oki-ni over two colour ways in full grain leathers replacing the more common suede upper. Stitch details signify the Three Stripes, plus […]...More

Accessories

Amp Street Shining Wallet

Decent wallets are hard to come by. You either get tiny ones that hold piss all or, big ones that look like something your dad would have. Whatchu gonna do ’bout it? One great option is this AMP Street wallet featuring the maniacal grin of Jack Nicholson in The Shining. It’s retailing at €39 (about […]...More


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