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How to Find the Right Men's Work Bag

As much as the digital workspace dominates, not everything is ephemeral. We head to physical offices, we still carry a laptop and smartphone places, and it never hurts to have a set of keys and wallet on you. Added to that, most of us have to commute some place during the work week; by car, public transit, or even by bike, and things like cords and chargers turn into essentials to complete that report or take a call. We might not be bound by paper as much anymore, especially compared to 30 years ago, but needs remain the same even when your environment changes. So, considering this, any man with a moderately professional job should have a sturdy work bag. Often, the work bag functions much like your backpack did in school: a place to stash whatever you need, have it easily accessible, and keep it all organised. Maybe there might have been room for a gym uniform, or a bagged lunch you’d eat at midday. But, while most schools won’t dock you points for having a threadbare, graffiti-covered backpack, this degree of sloppiness and lack of attention to detail reflect negatively on you in the workplace. The work bag is a mature upgrade: polished to reflect your semi-professional status, without losing any of the practical qualities. So, going from here, what options do you have?

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/20/how-to-find-the-right-men's-work-bag/8227

#bags #luggage #fashion #style #menswear
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20/07/2018
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Introducing From Tailors With Love

A new podcast dedicated to the tailoring of James Bond called From Tailors With Love is now available on iTunes. The show is presented by none other than the host of the MenswearStyle Podcast, Peter Brooker and co-host Matt Spaiser, editor of The Suits of James Bond. It was through the Menswear Style Podcast that Brooker and Spaiser first connected, discussing the tailoring of James Bond on our second episode. From that day the pair have forged a unique bond (yes pun intended) and the fortnightly podcast whilst niche, has enjoyed close to 500 downloads for its inaugural episode. The first episode centred around the clothes and style of James Bond creator, Ian Fleming, and the second episode will now crack the nut on the Bond franchise, starting with the Anthony Sinclair suits in Dr. No.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/18/introducing-from-tailors-with-love/8225

#jamesbond #007 #bond #suits #tailoring #menswear #fashion #style
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18/07/2018
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Top 10 Lyle & Scott Sale Picks

Lyle & Scott have just announced a 60% off online sale. It's a great opportunity if you're in the market for a Summer haul and we've picked out ten of our favourite items for you to top up your SS18 wardrobe in style at ridiculously low prices.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/17/top-10-lyle-and-scott-sale-picks/8223

#polos #fashion #style #menswear #clothing #apparel #sale
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17/07/2018
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Why Cartoons are Having Their Moment in Menswear

From dabbling with streetwear to dance music influences, menswear has discovered its more playful side. Of course, the trappings of button-downs and suits won’t ever quite disappear, but from the past few rounds of Fashion Weeks, collections reflect an effervescent attitude – ultimately, that fashion for guys can be fun. Case in point, Prada’s Spring/Summer 2018 offering, which spans workwear-hinting jumpsuits to comic book pop art prints, all pulled together with a plethora of pops of colour and pastel shades. Yet, Prada’s simply the apex of a trend that has ebbed and flowed for over a century – the point where fashion and commercial art intertwine, and what results when they do.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/17/why-cartoons-are-having-their-moment-in-menswear/8224

#cartoons #popart #anime #menswear #trends #fashion #style
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17/07/2018
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Discover July 2018’s Coolest Stuff

It’s just so damn hot. Don’t get me wrong, I love a bit of sunshine but when its constantly 30 degrees every day, I soon start craving cooler weather so I can actually sleep at night. But let’s put my rather British weather complaints to one side, because there’s been some interesting wares and product drops this month that I’d like to draw your attention to. We have skincare perfect for tattoos, pocket squares that look like pieces of art and a 35th anniversary shoe collection. So, following on from my June round-up, I’ve compiled a list of my favourite products and releases for the month of July 2018 – enjoy.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/16/discover-july-2018-coolest-stuff/8222

#fashion #style #cool #shopping #design #menswear #sneakers #dapper
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16/07/2018
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The Summer’s Hottest New Men’s Haircuts

The best summer haircuts for men have the ability to look stylish, whilst keeping you cool in the heat. From buzz cuts to quiffs through to fades, the following looks from TONI&GUY’s International Artistic Director, Jamie Devenish, promise to keep your hair in check from mornings spent at the pool, to evenings at the bar.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/16/the-hottest-new-summer-mens-haircuts/8221

#hair #grooming #beauty #hairstyle #haircut +TONI&GUY Products
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16/07/2018
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In Conversation with Louie Threlfall

This summer sees a new flagship BBC One drama coming to our TV screens. Already being tipped as a hit series, the hype has started amongst critics as it is the next project from Debbie Horsfield: writer of the award-winning programme Poldark. Don't expect post-revolutionary action and adventure with Aidan Turner riding around on horseback as this time Horsfield has written a more modern storyline; revolving around the lives of a dysfunctional family who own Mirrorbel Beauty Salon in the Northern Quarter in Manchester. Exploring the challenges of youth, age and long-term relationships, the six-part series comes with some very familiar British TV actors and actresses including Robson Green, Polly Walker and Lisa Riley. There are also some fresh faces on the scene and MenswearStyle had the opportunity to interview one of the stars, Louie Threlfall. Recently graduated from theatre school, Louie has taken on the role of Tyler: a true Manchurian, Tyler has found his own sense of style at the young age of 19 which leads him to follow his passion and study fashion in Leeds. As the storyline develops, Tyler's strong relationship with his working family becomes increasingly evident and even has an impact on the outcome of his family's future. Aside from their own business and personal struggles, Louie's character has his own challenges to deal with, including discussing his sexuality. Speaking to the young actor, it is clear just how much Threlfall enjoyed filming this intriguing and humbling series. He has come fresh out of the blocks from studying acting at school and has already gained a respected amount of experience from appearing on the stage, in shows such as David Copperfield and Richard III. To go straight into a BBC series must be quite daunting, especially considering his fellow cast, however Louie appears to have taken it all in his stride and we look forward to seeing how he progresses and, of course, where the storyline leads.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/12/in-conversation-with-louie-threlfall/8220

#fashion #style #menswear #bbc #tv #interview #agebeforebeauty #actor
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12/07/2018
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An Expert Guide to Men’s Waistcoats

The World Cup dream may be over for England – but it’s generally agreed that making it to the semis is a stunning achievement for our team. And the chaps are not coming home just yet as there's a 3rd place game against Belgium to look forward to. At the helm; Gareth Southgate. Cool, collected, committed, and stylish too, with his surprise choice of sharp tailoring making headlines and sparking yesterday’s #WaistcoatWednesday trend. So, what is it about the waistcoat that’s caused such a resurgence – and what’s the best way to get Southgate’s look? Our good friend Jake Allen, Founder of Bespoke Tailors King & Allen, has plenty of hot tips to share with you. Yes, a waistcoat makes an obvious style statement (and flatters most physiques) – but it’s also more of a practical garment than you might have first thought. For one thing, it’s incredibly versatile: it keeps you warmer in the winter and, during the hottest summer action, you can remove your jacket and still stay looking eminently cool – as Gareth Southgate has beautifully demonstrated from the technical area, even during the semi-final’s most nail biting moments.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/12/an-expert-guide-to-mens-waistcoats/8219

#waistcoat #fashion #style #menswear #waistcoatwednesday #itsnotcominghome
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12/07/2018
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New York Men’s Day Spring/Summer 2019 Roundup

London has MAN, and New York Fashion Week: Men’s has New York Men’s Day (NYMD). The two give a platform to emerging designers to showcase their latest collections, and in NYC, NYMD kicks off the week-long event that eventually sees bigger names presenting their SS19 offerings. We received an invite and headed over to CreativeDrive on the edge of the city’s Financial District. If you’ve ever been in the area, it’s one of the many larger office buildings down the street from the Staten Island Ferry. The setting – a row of studios, each dedicated for half the day to one designer, down to the theme and inspiration – seemed equally as nondescript, save for the circus-themed booths you passed upon entering, until you started watching the presentations themselves. The morning saw six brands present, and the late afternoon shifted to five more. If the day could be summed up with one phrase, it’s this: Menswear has reached the point of fluidity that streetwear and suiting can coexist in the same literal space, without either half seeming like an oddity. It’s a far smoother dichotomy – almost boundary less, even – than what you see from similar women’s presentations and reflects where fashion is collectively progressing: To the point where there’s no true formality, leisure gets taken seriously and ironic statements, in losing their edge seem accessible. Here’s a rundown of each of the day’s presentations.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/11/new-york-mens-day-ss19-roundup/8218

#nymd #nyfw #menswear #fashion #style #ss19 #presentations #runway
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11/07/2018
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How to Navigate the Races Through the High Street

The first rule I would adhere to when dressing for the races is, if there’s barriers in front of the horses, the meet will likely be a Winter/Early Spring occasion and so the likes of Tweed and thicker materials such as wool are appropriate. If however, the horses aren’t impeded by obstacles, it’s likely a summer event and you want to go for lighter fabrics such as lightweight wool, linen or seersucker; styled with brighter tones and neutral colours (Unless it’s Ascot - then it’s a case of dusting off the morning suit). If you are attending the Chester races this weekend and want to get your hands on the Mr Green Ladies & Gents Evening 'Best Dressed' award, then you’re going to need to nail your outfit and the finer details, so you’re not pipped at the post.

https://www.menswearstyle.co.uk/2018/07/10/how-to-navigate-the-races-through-the-high-street/8217

#chesterraces #horseracing #dresscode #style #menswear #fashion
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