Ryan Reynolds is the new face of Giorgio Armani’s men’s Fragrance

FASHION January 8, 2019 0 Comments

Ryan Reynolds is giving us all the feels in his latest campaign with Giorgio Armani fragrances. On Tuesday, January 8, Armani Code announced that the Deadpool actor is the new face of all their men’s fragrance line, including their latest launch, Code Absolu. As handsome and charismatic as ever, Ryan is a perfect fit for the Armani brand. “With his status of modern male figure of self-fulfillment, Ryan Reynolds…

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Michael B Jordan for Coach

FASHION January 4, 2019 0 Comments

Michael B. Jordan has made his debut in Coach’s spring 2019 campaign as the fashion label’s new leading man. The “Creed II” actor and producer, who was named the first global men’s face of Coach’s menswear last fall, shared an image from his first campaign with the company on Instagram on Wednesday. “So excited for my first campaign with @Coach,”…

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British designer Joe Casely Hayford dies…

FASHION January 3, 2019 0 Comments

The fashion designer Joe Casely-Hayford has died aged 62. Casely-Hayford, who had had cancer for three years, was considered to be one of the great British designers of his generation. He became well known and highly sought after in the late 70s for his bespoke tailoring, which he deconstructed to give a streetwear sensibility. A graduate of St Martin’s School…

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How do i choose a men’s watch ?

FASHION December 30, 2018 0 Comments

1) Swiss brands are usually the safest bet If the movement in your automatic or mechanical timepiece is built in-house by a major Swiss marque, it’ll most likely be of a better quality than one which has been mass-produced externally. 2) Check the lugs for sharp edges If the lugs or case of your watch feature any sharp edges, the…

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The History of Cool: Balenciaga ‘Triple S’ Trainers

FASHION December 22, 2018 0 Comments

There have, of course, been wide-soled ‘ugly’ trainers before. As a skater myself back in the Nineties – and by ‘skater’ what I really mean is I owned a skateboard and subscribed to Thrasher magazine rather than being any good on a plywood ramp and four wheels – I remember a brand named ‘Nose’. They marketed their shoes as something a punk would play…

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