lfwm by xander zhou

| Is it still fashion week or no? | So, you know I usually talk about some of my favourite shows from London Fashion Week Men’s and last season I didn’t, but I like the tradition, so let’s talk about Autumn/Winter ’17! | Let the s**tshow begin! | I formally invite Xander Zhou to dress me…

vignette two by fashion nazi

In my constant mission to set myself aside from other bloggers, I gave myself one task for the next few post in my series style vignettes. | Do something different | We all know the way in which big brand’s trends trickle down to the high streets for us mere mortals to squabble over, but…

face-wear by freka

I was contacted by the team at Freka to talk about their face-wear. Face-wear is concept I’m unfamiliar with as it’s rare I’m covering up my money-maker unless I have some form of bad skin or spot (which is also rare), however I politely accepted their invitations and this post will be dedicated to, what…

vignette one by fashion nazi

By Fashion Nazi has had such a rigid style since the beginning, so how do I breakaway from that? How do I show my readers that By Fashion Nazi is changing? How do I show that I’m growing as a person? Can I add more to By Fashion Nazi whist refining the message?  I’ve been…

the shoe care by farfetch style hub

We spend so much money on shoes, but why do we bother if we don’t spend the time, money, and effort looking after them? When it comes to my most prized possessions, my shoes, I believe in giving them the best treatment and when Farfetch.com approached me to share my secrets, I knew, I had…

an interview by charlie ronce magazine

I’m not dead, but I have been slacking when it comes to giving an up-to-date Fashion Nazi piece. I recently spoke with a friend of mine about By Fashion Nazi and life, I guess, for a project he’s working. “Charlie Ronce – a zine for the modern ponce.” Charlie Ronce Magazine | Hi Roman, could you…

faroese knit by guðrun & guðrun

I know summer is fast approaching and we’re all busy booking holidays, buying festival tickets, and planning our skimpy summer-wear but I’ve never been the biggest fan of summer and that’s why I’m currently obsessing over knitwear brand Guðrun & Guðrun. | I would usually talk you through the brands background and ethos, but I…

north of cool by the doomed regular

I love a good home-grown brand especially if that brand originated in the greatest city in the world, Sheffield! The Doomed Regular doesn’t fall under my usual visual aesthetic when it comes to a brand but I’m intrigued all the same. “Based in Sheffield, The Doomed Regular clothing collection explores the concept of social change…

think essential by roepi

If you’re one the three people that are still reading my blog (lol just kidding everyone is reading this blog *flips weave*), you’ll know that I’m a fan of brands that keep it simple in their ethos, product range, and design aesthetic. Indonesian brand Roepi, fits perfectly in that box with it’s minimalist shirts and…

lcm by matthew miller

As Paris Men’s week closes or opens (who even knows at this point?) and everyone is probably crying about how much they love Louis Vuitton, I’m still jabbering on about London Collections and all its wonders! To conclude the, highly popular, three part post on London Collections I will be discussing Matthew Miller. | Hold…

lcm by rory parnell-mooney

Seeing the new talent getting showcased in the same light as the season-fit designers of London collections is what makes London Fashion Weeks so exciting for me. MAN fall ’16 is one of those shows I always keep an eye for as it’s guaranteed to be young, fresh and push the boundaries of modern menswear.

lcm by pringle of scotland

You can always count on Pringle of Scotland to deliver the perfect knitwear, they’ve been doing it for long enough, and they did just that with their Fall ’16 collection. A dark heavy-duty collection that seemed mostly accessible for the everyday-man with accents of orange, fur, and leather for those more daring.

premium accessories by pyk

P.A.P (Premium Accessories by Pyk) a leather accessories brand, originated in Sweden, created by designer maker Ulf Pyk. Like Bōle, P.A.P have created a range of handcrafted leather goods that focus on a timeless design and meticulous craftsmanship to give you a product that will not only stand the test of time but get better with age….

the pocket dial by jimmy fallon and j.crew

J.crew has teamed up with Jimmy Fallon to create probably one of the most ‘current’ gentleman’s accessories I’ve seen this year, the Pocket Dial. Initially I rolled my eyes and cried out to the sky “brilliant, another phone accessory I can’t use!” Being the owner of a Nokia Lumia, news like this always comes hard…

streetwear evolution by pia

Nowadays, it’s hard to pin down and define exactly what ‘streetwear’ is. It’s so dynamic and changeable due to its influences from skate, hip-hop and surf cultures. The style initially emerged in the late 70s in California and it’s been said that American surfer-turned-designer, Shawn Stussy, invented streetwear by expressing himself and his personal culture…