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    The following category features links to various fashion sites and articles dedicated to men expressing themselves through fashion

    101.

    Classic, Personal Style Works Best at H&M This Autumn
    The focus this autumn is on a more masculine, classic look.

    Suits, cardigans and pea coats are all within the collection, complemented by a range of sweaters, shirts and T-shirts.

    For this season's men's campaign we've signed up one of the world's leading footballers, super cool style icon Paolo Maldini, to model H&M's autumn collection and lend it his own classic, personal touch.
    23-Aug-2006 - Details

    102.

    5 Shoes Every Guy Should Own
    A perfect outfit is nothing without the right pair of shoes. What you choose to slip on your feet can make or break an entire ensemble -- no matter how well-coordinated, how well-planned or how well-structured your outfit is. To make sure that all your hard work in expertly color-coordinating the ideal get-up doesn’t go to waste, here are five -- that’s right, five -- shoes that every man should have lined up in a neat little row on the floor of his closet.
    23-Aug-2006 - Details

    103.

    Men take autumn style up a notch
    Men’s fashion takes a step back in time for fall, while stepping up the style factor. “Men are dressing up more,” said Kamal Bosamia, regional public relations manager for Foley’s-Macy’s. “It’s taking it to the next level.”

    This season, traditional pieces are updated with a fresh, youthful look by layering garments and accessories.
    25-Aug-2006 - Details

    104.

    Masculine chic
    When Leah Watts and Tim Winski moved in together, she knew she would have to get used to -- or get rid of -- his grungy sweatpants and tank tops.

    That's when his old standbys started disappearing.

    "I love him, but it doesn't mean I love his clothes," says Watts, of Shadyside.
    25-Aug-2006 - Details

    105.

    For men this fall, it'll be skinnier suits and vintage T-shirts
    No wonder they call it ice. Jewelry trends move at a glacial pace.

    But a bauble bend toward the boys is starting to heat things up.

    Silver-screen studs Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Samuel L. Jackson and Orlando Bloom are jewelry aficionados.
    25-Aug-2006 - Details

    106.

    Basics Of Mens Underwear
    There was a time when guys didn't have many underwear options. There were briefs and boxers, and neither came in styles that were all that flattering. But, oh, how times have changed. These days, men have nearly as many underwear choices as women do, and each style comes with its own little rules.

    Read on to learn the basics of modern men's undergarments and what to wear them with.
    26-Aug-2006 - Details

    107.

    London Fashion Blog: Summer Sweaters
    London is known for its rainy days, but our fabulous designers (who constantly take the world by storm with their innovative style and trend-setting pieces) have added a splash of colour to brighten both our wardrobes and the great outdoors. We've seen the rise of more and more bespoke designers, such as Ozwald Boateng who constantly redefines himself using a great selection of vibrant colours and sharp cuts each season, and Paul Smith, the detail and colour-application icon. Consequently, we have arrived at a very satisfying place that is soon to take the rest of the style world by storm- the British are coming!
    30-Aug-2006 - Details

    108.

    Fall Office Fashion for Men
    ou can't go wrong with a classic.

    That's the theme for this season's office fashion for men, said John Massara, who works as a buyer and manager for Mr. Shop in Armory Square, Syracuse.

    Classic pieces such as argyle sweaters and two-button sport coats in navy blue will take you into the upcoming season. The styles have been updated for a more modern look but are inspired by trends from the past.
    04-Sep-2006 - Details

    109.

    2006 Campus Trends
    While making the trek back to campus might be a bother, take pleasure in knowing that your student lifestyle situates you at the top of the fashion game this fall, as the schoolboy look is this season's trend. If you’re heading back to campus, swap your summer style for a more preppy presentation. College-man threads are all the rage this season, so find out how to pull off this
    frat-boy style without going into prep overkill
    13-Sep-2006 - Details

    110.

    Male fashion through the ages
    A NEW exhibit located just steps from the catwalks where next spring's collections are on display during New York's Fashion Week gives lie to the common belief that fashion is feminine.

    Tracing some 2,000 years worth of male clothing, 'A Rakish History of Men's Wear' at The New York Public Library reaches as far back as the idealised depictions of Greek warriors and all the way forward to the modern metrosexual with his designer suits, face creams and men's fashion magazines.
    13-Sep-2006 - Details

    111.

    6 Rules For Wearing Color
    Been feeling like your wardrobe is a bit more “blah” than “blazed” these days? Do you stick to a drab palette of black, gray, blue, and the occasional khaki-colored neutral? If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, consider injecting some life into your wardrobe with a few brightly colored pieces.
    19-Sep-2006 - Details

    112.

    2007 Work Wear
    What you wear to work is important. Your wardrobe reflects your professional persona and influences others’ perception of you -- including your boss. If you rotate a few collared shirts and trousers, and occasionally mix in the one suit you own, consider what kind of image you are projecting to your colleagues. Sure, you look presentable, but without an occasional wardrobe boost, you also look like you’re stuck in a fashion rut, which may translate into others perceiving you as inflexible or boring.
    09-Oct-2006 - Details

    113.

    Trends for men
    Every once in a while, it happens: There are changes in men's fashion and style. Don't worry. It's nothing as dramatic as red Sansabelt pants or handlebar mustaches. Rather, it's more subtle. Men are making careful and deliberate changes to their look -- adding a pair of expressive socks, wearing casual corduroy pants or velvet blazers, investing in a pair of Western-inspired boots or even finding some spare time for a pedicure or facial.
    09-Oct-2006 - Details

    114.

    Mens fashion: YSL, Lanvin lead way in comfy elegance
    Leading fashion houses Yves Saint Laurent and Lanvin offered men a lesson in juggling comfort and elegance, while Paul Smith made geeky chic the coolest look around for next autumn.
    30-Jan-2007 - Details

    115.

    GAULTIER BRINGS SEVENTIES COOL TO MODERN DAY PARIS
    French style guru Jean Paul Gaultier has never been one for the understated look - and his latest collection proved no exception. The flamboyant designer took Paris Menswear Week by storm on Monday with a stunning new range that owed much to Seventies shows like Starsky And Hutch.
    05-Feb-2007 - Details

    116.

    Paris runways feature foppish fashion
    From a matronly silk scarf knotted over the shoulders to a jogging suit in purple duchess satin, Paris menswear designers are challenging traditional notions of masculinity by borrowing elements from the female wardrobe.
    05-Feb-2007 - Details

    117.

    Straighten up! Men lace up their corsets
    Young Parisian corset maker Sylvain Nuffer began cutting, stitching and boning corsets for men four years ago and now sells 30-odd standard models a year at ˆ500 to ˆ600 (about R4 700 to R5 600) a shot, 40 percent more when made to measure.

    "I felt frustrated by the lack of choice of clothing for men," he said. "I made one for myself and they kind of multiplied."

    Wearing jeans with a gray silk corset of his own making over a shirt and tie, Nuffer, who learnt the complex trade with his corsetiere mother, stands tall, waist nipped in, shoulders wide, back straight.
    13-Feb-2007 - Details

    118.

    Belisi Announces Launch of Mens Fashion Blog
    Belisi, makers of finishing pieces for wardrobes and a name synonymous with luxury, announces the launch of a men's fashion blog: Sharp by Design. Belisi has earned a loyal following for its high-end, quality ties, and most recently scarves and handbags
    13-Feb-2007 - Details

    119.

    2007 Power Suits
    Every man needs at least one suit that exudes power, prestige and classic refinement. The power suit is a vital component of any man’s wardrobe regardless of his profession because it serves as his modern-day suit of armor. There are, however, several key elements to consider before transforming into a 21st-century gladiator.
    13-Feb-2007 - Details

    120.

    6 Types Of Mens Bags
    Any man of fashion knows that bags have become a necessary tool and style accessory. No longer seen as solely a woman’s item, men’s bags are masculine, attractive and ideal additions to any contemporary wardrobe. If you would like to dabble in the wide world of men’s bags, but don’t quite know which one would suit your needs best, heed this advice: Stick with a classic bag style, and you can’t go wrong.
    10-Mar-2007 - Details

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