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Paris Sketchbook by Jason Brooks is a unique and fabulous collection of drawings collages, notes and sketches in the form of a beautifully illustrated journal that celebrates the history, elegance and style of Paris. The illustrator, whose work is often seen in the pages of Vogue and Elle, spent four seasons in the chic city...
Oracles under City Lights book
We caught up with independent author, Chris Gill, back in March ahead of his new release to find out more about the book and his style in an exclusive interview. Fast forward three months and Oracles under City Lights is now out and we weren’t disappointed....
New Icons of Fashion Illustration Book
We’re big fans of fashion illustration here at MWS. One of our team writers Stefano Imbert is actually a fantastic illustrator and always exclusively illustrates fresh new images for us with every post he writes. Also we love the work by Jack Hughes – the illustrator for Shortlist Magazine’s Mr Hyde....
British Fashion Designers Book
This book by Hywel Davies, a senior lecturer at Central Saint Martins embraces UK talent from within the fashion industry focusing on designers since 2000 who have successfully made a global impact. Titled British Fashion Designers - it's a perfect book for anyone involved within the fashion industry who would like to learn more about...
The Tote Bag
Someone in the Menswear HQ recently said we should get a tote. Pretty good idea but everyone’s got a tote bag right!? If we’re going to design a MWS tote it needs to stand out, look cool and be different. This is where this new book by Jitesh Patel titled The Tote Bag comes into...
100 Years of Menswear Book
100 years of Menswear by Cally Blackman published by Laurence King. Ok so people say never judge a book by its cover but this is exactly what you should do with this book. You’ve got the legendary Steve McQueen wearing an iconic Harrington jacket made by the British brand Baracuta which started in 1937. You...
Vintage Menswear Book
Vintage Menswear: A Collection from The Vintage Showroom. This book is a constantly distraction and takes a prime spot on the Menswear Style coffee table. It's making us want to start hunting around random attics and warehouses to find these rare garments.It shows archives of pieces by the wolds leading dealers in vintage menswear. The...
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