From roses on rucksacks to tulips on T-shirts, floral prints are one of this season's biggest menswear trends, seen everywhere from Dries Van Noten to Topman. But will flowers really take root in men's wardrobes?
The 1970s superstar says he's rarely recognised, despite his photo appearing on the Adidas trainers – probably because it was taken without his trademark moustache
Duke, 92, makes list 'for services to classic tailoring' behind likes of David Beckham and winner Nick Grimshaw
We say goodbye to another British high street store.
Keys, wallet, phone … concealer? Until this week, I was safe in the knowledge that my days as a New Romantic "dabbling" with my mum's eyeliner were over.
If Mario Ballotelli's departure for Milan left the Premier League a poorer place for displays of capricious randomness and daft haircuts, then Norwich's new striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel has filled that void with his Sonic the Hedgehog inspired sticky-up style (let's not let the brilliant name pass without mention, either).
The look: all about a good-quality pair of jeans, a just-jolly-enough knit and something with an outdoorsy detail (hiking boot, backpack).
Dig out your stetson: Topman Design, the catwalk collection of the high-street brand, showed a western-themed spring/summer 2014 collection on Sunday as part of London Collections: Men, the flourishing men's fashion week.
The other night I went to a dinner party, because that's what people my age are supposed to do.