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For the new year vulgarian

After the consumerist gluttony of Santa Christmas, it seems in poor taste to begin hankering for yet more pointless stuff. But here’s a tip. I’ve noticed that by simply ignoring the previous point completely, one can comfortably continue into the new year, confident in the belief that buying more new clothes may calm the throbbing absence of meaning in your life. 174 more words


Books, are they still a thing?

The library in Peckham appears to have been built from giant green pixels. People say it’s an inverted ‘L’ shape. It looks to me like a relic of Atari era gaming, a colossal gobbling mouth, slowly sinking into the concrete. 174 more words

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Really specific

To go to the trouble of ordering a really specific pair of jogging bottoms all the way from Japan, I expect you’ve got to be a really specific type of dick.  128 more words

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I prefer to play down the glamour of it all

I don’t talk too much about my career as one of this site’s most popular menswear models. Sure, there’s the travel. One day I’ll be in Peckham for a nine minute shoot in a brightly coloured doorway. 89 more words

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A look inside: Nepenthes, NYC

So, Nepenthes, the umbrella brand for Engineered Garments, Needles, South2West8 and Rough & Tumble amongst others. For menswearmen, visiting the Nepenthes store in NYC is like discovering a cache of Nazi gold – minus the inconvenient moral quandary. 170 more words

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A philosophical vagabond

Here I am looking like Rick Wakeman at a Slytherin house party. I expect your eye is drawn to my dramatic headpiece. And almost certainly you are wondering were you can obtain such a handsome garment? 230 more words

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A look inside: Gentry, Brooklyn, NYC

If you’re ever looking to spot the absolutely stereotypical hipster in the wild (you know, the type  glossies commission cartoony illustrations of when they’re rolling out another style tribes feature) head to Williamsburg NYC. 190 more words

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