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Men’s Style Icon: Dan Trepanier

Men’s Style Icon: Dan Trepanier

Article by: Alex Woodhall

Dan Trepanier, The Real Style Blogger, is a style icon for men across the globe. His down to Earth, traditional and masculine style has made him one of the most relatable men's fashion bloggers in the...

The Rise Of The ‘Real’ Style Icons

The Rise Of The ‘Real’ Style Icons

Article by: Jos Kelly

Due to an increase in the popularity of men's fashion, combined with the explosion of blogging & street style photography, well dressed men across the world are becoming renowned for their dress sense...

Men’s Style Icon: Ne-Yo

Men’s Style Icon: Ne-Yo

Article by: Alex Woodhall

We breakdown Ne-Yo's personal style, which has undergone a Rat Pack inspired transformation over recent years. Evolving from Hip Hop to classic and timeless is no easy task, but Ne-Yo has become every...

Style Icon: Xavier de Rosnay from Justice

Style Icon: Xavier de Rosnay from Justice

Article by: Murray Clark

A break down of the style credentials of Xavier de Rosnay, one half of music duo Justice. Xavier de Rosnay has become something of a style icon in recent years by combining a 80s rocker vibe with a simplicity...

Frontman Fashion: Tinie Tempah

Frontman Fashion: Tinie Tempah

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

We breakdown the style credentials of Tinie Tempah, GQ's best dressed man of 2011, the brain behind the Disturbing London clothing line and style icon for many young men worldwide. With a unique and innate...

Rising Style Icon: Reggie Yates

Rising Style Icon: Reggie Yates

Article by: Grant Bradley Ford

Reggie Yates has gone from Saturday morning TV presenter to a style icon for many UK men who are looking for a contemporary and individual look. We breakdown the principles behind Reggie's formal and...

Frontman Fashion: Mark Ronson

Frontman Fashion: Mark Ronson

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

Mark Ronson has become a contemporary style icon for many young men who want to wear tailoring in a bold and modern way. We breakdown the style credentials of the famous DJ, providing lookbook inspiration...

Frontman Fashion: André 3000

Frontman Fashion: André 3000

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

We breakdown the style credentials of Outkast's André 3000. A style icon for men across the globe, André 3000 is renowned for pushing boundaries and his creative, expressive personal style. We show...

Frontman Fashion: Alex Turner

Frontman Fashion: Alex Turner

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

Alex Turner has become a style icon for both men & women; we document his style transformation from his early Arctic Monkeys days to his present Rockabilly inspired look that is dominating the fashion...

Men’s Style Icon: Ewan McGregor

Men’s Style Icon: Ewan McGregor

Article by: Alex Woodhall

Ewan McGregor has become a style icon for many men around the world. A shining example of how to dress in a refined and masculine way consistently, McGregor's personal style is influenced by his interests...

Men’s Style Icon: Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Men’s Style Icon: Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Article by: Matt Allinson

Joseph Gordon-Levitt has become a true men's style icon. We breakdown his personal style, as well as his signature looks from the films Inception and 500 Days of Summer. See how to get the Joseph Gordon...

Frontman Fashion: Serge Pizzorno

Frontman Fashion: Serge Pizzorno

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

We break down the style credentials of Serge Pizzorno, song writer and lead guitarist of British band Kasabian. He is the face of Armani, came 9th in GQ's Best Dressed Men List and has been praised for...

Frontman Fashion: Orlando Weeks

Frontman Fashion: Orlando Weeks

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

We dissect The Maccabees Front Man, Orlando Weeks, signature style and fashion sense. A style icon for both young men and women, he has received rave reviews for both his music and dress sense. We take...

Designer Profile: Michael Bastian

Designer Profile: Michael Bastian

Article by: Grant Bradley Ford

We profile designer Michael Bastian, dissecting his personal style and taking a look at the influences behind his designer clothing collections. Renowned for his love of relaxed tailoring and overall...

Men’s TV Style: Chuck Bass

Men’s TV Style: Chuck Bass

Article by: Alex Woodhall

We break down the style credentials of Gossip Girl's leading man; Chuck Bass. Played by Ed Westwick, Chuck is renowned for his sharp dress sense, for never looking under-dressed, and for embracing statement...

Men’s Style Icon: Labrinth

Men’s Style Icon: Labrinth

Article by: Alex Woodhall

Labrinth has become a style icon for many young men. We break down the fashion credentials of this up and coming icon - showing you exactly what he does right - so you can add similar traits to your personal...

Frontman Fashion: Liam Gallagher

Frontman Fashion: Liam Gallagher

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

We take a look at the style credentials of iconic Oasis front man Liam Gallagher. Admired by many for his Mod/Skinhead Revival style, as well as his increasingly popular Pretty Green clothing line, there...

Reinventing Your Style: Taking Influence From Style Icons

Reinventing Your Style: Taking Influence From Style Icons

Article by: Paul McGregor

When defining or reinventing your personal style, many men will look towards style icons for inspiration about how they would like to dress. However, imitating these icons down to the letter lacks all...

Frontman Fashion: Morrissey

Frontman Fashion: Morrissey

Article by: Alex Fitzgerald

We take a look at the style credentials of The Smiths front man, Morrissey. A style icon for many, past and present, Morrissey's influence on both pop culture and fashion cannot be denied. See exactly...

The Brit Awards: Men’s Fashion

The Brit Awards: Men’s Fashion

Article by: Ashley Cover

We analyse men's fashion at The Brit Awards 2012. Who are the winners & losers in the style stakes? And who was the best dressed male at The Brits this year? Our expert delivers his opinion.

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