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For AW16, men’s footwear brand OHW? (pronounced who if you are wondering) expands its range to include retro sports, directional sneaker-inspired style, advanced performance designs and more. From the creative vision of two shoes professionals – whose passions are contemporary and functional footwear – OHW? shoes incorporate premium materials and this season includes waxy suede, […]
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Swedish footwear brand, Gram, returns with a collection for SS16 that stays true to its brand ethos – quality materials, classic silhouettes and top notch craftsmanship that are tied in with the Scandinavian aesthetics of simplicity, functionality and innovation. The brand is renown for its clever use of materials and this season, it uses supple nubuck, mercerized […]
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OHW? is a men’s shoe brand started by two shoe professionals who share the same vision to create contemporary and functional shoes. The brand manufactures in its own factory in China where they have full control over how the shoes are made and the end result is quality footwear that can be worn for function […]
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Gram is a Swedish brand that started in 2005 and has continued to make sophisticated footwear that fills the gap between sneakers and traditional shoes. The brand’s clientele are mostly creative professionals looking for high quality footwear with a twist – shoes that say smart casual and have aesthetic substance but are subtle enough for […]
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Beyene is a Swedish footwear brand based in Stockholm whose motto is to produce footwear that combines superior craftsmanship with timeless aesthetics. Designer Adam Abraha’s desire and passion to create a lasting impression with the footwear resulted in the minimal and contemporary design. The name Beyene is a homage to someone dear to Abraha – someone that is […]
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Because, wine looking just as good (as it would taste?) Although it remains largely underrated and elusive, burgundy is slowly inching its way into menswear as a prevalent colour (remember when Dior Homme sent down an array of wine shirts and suits for SS14?) Unsurprisingly most guys continue to stick with the safe neutrals like black, […]
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Because, yellow red block. Many have this idea that colourblocking is about wearing clothes made of up complete bold solid colours (and looking like The Wiggles). However the style also extends to outfits that have a contrast panel of colour pop in the way of stripes, grids, and patchwork. The important thing to note when […]
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Because, crocodile. Most guys would assume that scarves are only worn to protect the neck from the cold during winter and that will be the end of the conversation. Many forget that there are lightweight scarves that are worn to shield the sun or wind or to double up as an accessory and give pizzazz […]
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Because, fashun in rain. When it comes to long jackets and coats, we are accustomed to the greys, navys and blacks on guys. There are the occasional checks, greens and reds but rarely the bright colours that guys would avoid for fear of being taken less seriously or attracting too much attention. A vibrant jacket […]
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Because, not your usual kind of checks.  The check shirt has become a staple like the white shirt for many guys. From micro checks to tartans, gingham to vibrant plaids, check shirts are a great addition to the wardrobe as they offer an air of ruggedness and casual aesthetic while maintaining a sense of formality. […]
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Because, trying hard to be casual. Casual chic is defined as dressing down in a stylish manner but for something that sounds casual and effortless, it is not merely about throwing on a pair of jeans and T-shirt. Achieving a casual chic look is as much about how you wear the clothes as it is […]
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