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London Collections: Men AW16 – A quick preview

For those of you who do not know, London Collections: Men or LCM is a biannual showcase that takes place every January and June that celebrates the creative and commercial importance of the British menswear industry hosted by the British Fashion Council.

London being a major city of the world when it comes to fashion is a perfect host location for an event like LCM that is a creative hub for young and upcoming brands to showcase their creativity. LCM has also attracted big international brands such as Tom Ford, Hilfiger, Coach and Gieves and Hawkes. The shows also attract bloggers like myself, press from major publications and local and international buyers. LCM is itself still in its infancy but has some of the industry’s well know faces such as David Gandy, Lewis Hamilton, Dermot O’Leary Continue reading London Collections: Men AW16 – A quick preview

2015 in pictures – Its a wrap

Scissors with seasons – Give your hair attention
Scissors with seasons – Give your hair attention
Make it a knit
The magic pot
London
Bow tie for no reason
Make a statement with colour
Mind the detail: Pocket square
Family is the word: Stepping out in style
Prague: The style capital for architecture in Europe. 
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Prague: The style capital for architecture in Europe.

Continue reading 2015 in pictures – Its a wrap

Play hard after work: The weekend getaway look

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This is going to be a really short post in terms of words as i want you to focus on this winter look i put together. Without me saying it, it is obvious that the statement piece in this look is the leather bomber jacket. I absolutely love this distinctive jacket by BOSS for so many reasons. The lambskin is soft to the touch, while the polyester lining makes it cosy and warm. The wide fur collar do not only provide added protection from the cold but makes this jacket stand out to complement the winter season.

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This look is perfect for your typical Friday afternoon straight from the office heading for a weekend away. To dress things down a bit, you ditch the first half of your suit for the leather jacket, whilst Continue reading Play hard after work: The weekend getaway look

Sunday best – 3

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This article is the last of the three-part series I started some weeks ago called “Sunday best”. If you missed the first two, may I encourage you to go back and read first one here and  then the second here so the whole piece makes more sense.

Last week, I did a short video piece for a car company (which I hope to share with you all when it comes out) and one of the questions I was asked was “what does style mean to you?”. This question is not unusual to me as a style blogger but for the first time, I was forced to think deeper what style means to me as I face the camera to give my take on this. I gave my usual answer which is that my style is a way of bringing out some of what’s on the inside for the world to see.

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My style is purposeful and is driven by some of my character traits and evidently subtly challenges everyone around on how I wish to be addressed and related to without me having to say a word. This peaked the curiosity of my interviewer as his eyes narrowed and gently nodded in affirmation as if to say “I have not heard anyone put it this way before so please tell me more”.

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Before I knew it, I found myself talking about temples and their significance from a Christian perspective. A temple as I understand is a place of worship to God which automatically make one very important. A brick and mortar temple is distinctive and different when compared to other buildings. It is cared for and looked after very well by cleaning and decorating it beautifully as is evident with cathedrals. The physical structure of a temple is big, bold and has intricate details not usually found on other buildings. In other words, a temple is purposefully built with precision and care to such an extent that you don’t need to be told it is a temple. A temple stands out.

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I guess you know what I am going to say next right? Yep, I compared my style to the temple scenario. In fact, Continue reading Sunday best – 3