31 May 2016

27 May 2016

University of Westminster graduate fashion show 2016 - menswear

The University of Westminster’s class of 2016 kicked off the graduate fashion show season with a vibrant and eclectic runway show held at Ambika P3 in Central London.

Jack Byne copyright © Simon Armstrong


Jack Byne - who interned last year at Louis Vuitton’s menswear studio in Paris - showed a menswear collection of exaggerated tailoring featuring striped silk taffetas, in pale yellow-greys and khaki greens, contrasted with jet black leather.
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21 May 2016

Braun - Father's Day Gift Guide


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Samuel Beaumont-Perkins - graduate menswear designer from Northumbria University, Newcastle.

Among this year’s graduates and future trend-setters was future menswear designer Samuel Beaumont-Perkins.
Sam Beaumont-Perkins’s ANXIETY collection. Copyright © Toph McGrillis

 Perkins’s ‘ANXIETY’ collection of menswear was inspired by the darker side of the mind, representing erratic behavior with swaddle feel and the use of minimalistic red to portray anger and red mist.
 His creativity and originality has already secured him a full-time position at Old Navy in San Francisco, adding to other successes such as being shortlisted in the Graduate Fashion Week Topshop competition.
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PORTS 1961 Launches Collaboration with Artist Michael Lau

New York, NY - Ports 1961 and Creative Director Milan Vukmirovic, in an intimate event, unveiled the second toy in a series of three designed in collaboration with Hong Kong artist Michael Lau, at the New York City menswear flagship on May 19th 2016.


Vukmirovic's Spring-Summer 2016 collection has inspired Lau to create a 9-foot tall surfer figure for the second in the series, which features the key themes of the collection including the star camo print, #followme, and Navajo embroidery motifs.
Following the unveiling, the sculpture installation will be on view through mid July 2016. The third and final figure in the series will be revealed in early 2017. Michael Lau is widely known for his designer toys inspired by street culture, hip-hop and skate culture.
Milan Vukmirovic (right) with model wearing the collection

Effortlessly cool and masculine, Lau's work is well matched for the forward-thinking approach to menswear that Milan Vukmirovic has brought to Ports 1961.
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16 May 2016

The Old Fashioned Bar Launch on the King's Road

Directors of The World’s End market celebrated The Grand Launch of The Old Fashioned Bar for the 1st Year Anniversary of The World’s End Market!

 Glitter beards, delicious canap├ęs, fresh cocktails and great music was awaiting invited guests on the evenings of Tuesday 10th, Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th May 2016.

 The seriously knowledgeable bar staff can whip up anything to your liking, but the real highlight of this old fashioned bar concept is the newly launched cocktail menu that puts a World's End spin on cocktails.

 With an extensive selection of premium whiskeys and barrel aged cocktails, the menu offers reinvented cocktails incorporating interesting flavour combinations and handcrafted alcohol infusions.

 Customers can also enjoy bar snacks and shisha on the outdoor seated terrace or stop by for weekly game nights by the fire and intimate private movie screenings.
 The bar is open from Wed. to Sat. from 6pm to 1am and all day Sundays from 12pm to 11pm, and available for private hire and cocktail receptions.
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15 May 2016

Hype Mens Streetwear Summer 16

This summer Hype explores simplicity and intrinsic detailing which includes expressive linings on jackets coupled with inside pocket designs, discrete zippers and a contemporary exterior giving individual garments continuing versatility.

 The Just Hype Summer 16 Collection suggests a delphic image throughout, progressing evermore into the realms of cut and sew but remaining consistent within its illustrious streetwear origin.

Pinpointing their own obscurity to produce a more mature selection of apparel: sweats, button up shirts featuring iconic prints, an eclectic mix of short and long sleeved t-shirts featuring paneled sides and mismatched graphics, some of which are completed with matching shorts and headwear.

 Plus a wide collection of outwear beginning with outlandish colours and classic HYPE. designs and ending with understated HYPE. logos to the breast of the jackets and new alternatives to the original HYPE. script.

HYPE Summer 2016 from HYPE. on Vimeo.
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10 May 2016

BHS TEAM LAUNCH #SaveBHS CAMPAIGN

British clothing and homeware retailer British Home Stores has launched a heart-warming crusade to garner support following its administration announcement. The 88-year-old iconic retailer revealed a national ‘Guerrilla’ style campaign which saw ‘#SaveBHS’ projected onto multiple landmarks around the UK.

 The 11,000 colleagues working for BHS are keen to rally the backing of the nation to prevent the famous British brand from disappearing from the High Street. The 100-foot-tall projected image could be seen emblazed onto Blackfriars Bridge, Marble Arch and Wellington Arch in London as well as the Marylebone Road, London head office. The ‘#Save BHS’ slogan, which will also be seen in the north of England, has been used to encourage a mass social media campaign to encourage mass public backing for British Home Stores.
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3 May 2016

Luxury Male Grooming brand FIT Launches Sun Protect Serum

THE FIRST & ONLY SUNSCREEN SERUM CREATED EXCLUSIVELY FOR MEN!

As perfect for a busy day at the office as playing outdoor sports or relaxing at a BBQ, this lightweight, oil-free daily serum works double-duty providing high UV protection and an advanced facial treatment.
Its first grooming duty is in delivering high performance and long-lasting SPF 50 UVB and 5* UVA broad-spectrum in a sun block that works to defend skin from premature ageing due to sun exposure. It utilises cutting-edge micro encapsulation technology which quickly forms a breathable, ultra safe protective shield on the skin (think Gortex for the skin!) to ensure uniform coverage in a water resistant, non-whitening, non-greasy serum that gives hassle-free, safe invisible protection.
Micro Encapsulation Technology (Double Sphere Enwrapping) ensures an even coverage for uniform protection .

FIT Sun Protect Serum also employs active antioxidant elements;
Encapsulated Titanium Dioxide – a mineral filter that absorbs and disperses UVA/UVB rays to provide a safe physical sun protection without triggering irritation or blocking the pores (a major cause of prickly heat)
Zinc Oxide - a mineral filter that forms an invisible barrier on the surface of the skin which reflects UVA/ UVB rays
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) – delivers antioxidant protection against free radicals as well as anti-ageing, moisturising and anti-inflammatory actions
;Hyaluronic Acid – One of the most hydrophilic molecules in nature, it can hold up to 1000 times its own weight in water, providing continuous moisture to the skin and helping maintain the skins collagen balance
Arginine – An antioxidant that assists collagen production. This amino acid improves microcirculation and the oxygen supply to the skin to fuel skin cell regeneration
OXY-FIT-10 – FIT’s unique oxygen delivery system that fuels skin cell regeneration by boosting cell respiration. 
Also it is free from parabens, sulfates, phthalates, non-nanoparticle, non-comodogenic. Application Tips For best results apply liberally to face, ears and neck
Available soon on https://www.fitskincare.co.uk/
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Royal Ascot Fashion Guide 2016 by Eclipse Magazine

Want to know what to wear at Royal Ascot - then check out Eclipse Magazine's Royal Ascot Fashion Guide 2016


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Keep Your Denim Refreshed with Mr Black Garment Essentials



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