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On display at the Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and open until January 4, 2014 is the fabulous exhibit A Queer...

Both Savile Row and Jermyn Street have been and continue to be iconic in London’s West end shopping district. Not only catering to men but to women...

The man behind the suit. Sounds like a tag line for a superhero film like Spiderman or something, but that is exactly what Martin Greenfield is. The...

The popular light summer fabric, often when glanced at can appear to look a little like denim (but much lighter in reality) is named after the town...

Hundreds of companies make watches and they’re all competing to have you buy theirs. Okay, there’s a market for certain watch manufacturers to target and perhaps your...

The wristwatch is something that has been around since the 1800s and, quite frankly has been something of a growing product. Patek Philippe created the very first wristwatch...

A male summer wardrobe includes quite a few choices versus a mundane winter one. There are so many more colors, patterns and fabrics to choose from. One...

Quite a few nifty watch brands can say their watch has been worn in space such as Breitling, Bell & Ross and Omega. But it’s only

Sometimes Chinese culture just makes sense. Did you know for example that Mao Zedong required all his generals to master the art of playing Go? The game can...

High-street favourite proves that if it ain’t broken, don't fix it! Well-fitting shoes are in high demand these days; consumers want something that offers foot support and...

There are few items as essential for a man’s wardrobe as a preppy polo shirt. Just as stylish donned at a garden party as it is on...

There are few things a man can buy when looking to compliment their style. Accessories are, obviously, included. There is one in particular which has always been discussed...