Enduring love may not have been destined for all of our best dressed duos, but each of the inclusions on our list displays an understanding of the importance of putting on a united front on matters of style.
Ever heard that advice that you should dress for the job that you want, not the job that you have? Oh, if only things were that simple. On first reading this guidance makes some sense, but with a little more thought the sentiment soon begins to unravel.
What does dressing for the job you want entail? Wearing the most uptight suit you can muster? Aping Mark Zuckerberg by adopting a uniform of a T-shirt, jeans and trainers? The truth is there are a whole variety of ways to get it right and to get it wrong.
From mastering casual Fridays to perfecting your accessorising, follow our tips for avoiding a dreaded workplace fashion faux pas.
Cut through the copious amount of baby related updates and not so flattering pictures of food on Instagram and you’ll find a precious few users who have turned potentially mind-numbing social media updates into an art form.
Photographers, art directors, bloggers or just insanely talented ordinary folk, our list of Instagram accounts to follow for their visuals will make sure that your feed’s magnificent to mundane ratio is skewed heavily in favour of the former.
It’s time to indulge in a spot of Instagram escapism.
It’s often said that a lot can happen in a week, and it’s never been truer than at this week’s London Collections: Men. The great and the good of the menswear world gathered at various locations across the capital to greedily eye up all that AW16 had to offer.
There were a few stubbornly persistent designs (exposed necks in winter are increasingly looking to be a thing of the past) while others took unlikely sources as inspiration (teddy bear fur is no longer just a suitable covering for soft toys, but for grown men too).
So, what does this all mean for modern menswear? We’ve put together a list of the most important takeaways from the showcase. Planning next winter’s wardrobe starts here.