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Executive Style



What is it really like inside the VIP?

STEVE COLQUHOUN Does true VIP treatment at a top nightclub live up to its extravagant promise?


Which city has 3 millionaires in every 10 people?

Which city has more millionaires than any other?

Walter Hamilton There are nearly 400,000 millionaires in New York. But the Big Apple has nothing on this city.


The best of bicycle-inspired design

Amazing objects inspired by the world’s biggest bicycle race.

Stephen Lacey Eight amazing objets d'art inspired by the world's biggest bicycle race.


Blurred lines: why working through the weekend works

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Alexandra Tselios I don't switch off, and nor do I want to. Being flexible about work fits my busy life.

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Home help for time-poor high flyers

1950s housewife

Natasha Hughes Time-poor and domestically challenged, high flyers increasingly need help to run their lives.

Italian men just dress better

When it comes to men's fashion, the Italians are ahead of the curve.

NEDAHL STELIO Why are Australian men so afraid to express themselves?


Ethically embarrassing jobs

How much would you need to be paid to perform an ethically dubious role?

Stephen Lacey Why people take on jobs that are toxic in the eyes of many.

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Tailor-made goods, sealed with a click


ESTHER HAN Suits, shoes and prams can be tailored to your needs without leaving your home.


Forget metro man, meet the 'spornosexual'

David Beckham

Mark Simpson The man who coined the term 20 years ago says the metrosexual has made way for a new pumped-up breed.


The commoners who marry into royalty

Kate Middleton

Megan Willett A former journalist is to be Spain's next queen, joining a long list of 'everyday' royals.


The key habits of charismatic people


Richard Feloni You believe what they say because they make you feel like you're the only thing that matters.


How to get the internet to shop for you


Stephen Lacey Could customer profiling be the ultimate innovation for blokes who hate to go shopping?


Beauty's now better than a beast

David Beckham

Stephen Doig The notion of what is considered handsome and masculine has shifted dramatically.


Why red hair is now red hot for men


Gary Nunn 'Gingers' are the new pin-ups in shifting attitudes towards what's attractive in a man.


Ten workplace body language mistakes


Jacquelyn Smith It determines how you're perceived, so why are so few aware of the poor signals they send?


Everything isn't always awesome

The Lego Movie still.

Gary Nunn It'd be good (but not awesome) if we can all keep our best words for when we need them.

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How many days does it take to change?


Rachael Oakes-Ash Is it 28, 66 or more than 200? The answer depends largely on you.


Stars and ... cripes! How to talk to Americans


SALLY DOMINGUEZ The perils of crossing a language barrier that's wider than the Pacific Ocean.

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Now you can 'rent' a friend. Should you?


Liz Tay, Jilly Gagnon Popular - and controversial - in the US, friends you pay for are coming here.


What wouldn't Harvey Specter do?

Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter.

STEVE COLQUHOUN Star of TV series Suits wants you to know he is everything his contentious character isn't.

In Pictures

Editor's Pick


Dressing to kill in custom clothes

It's no surprise that men are turning to bespoke tailors in hopes of cultivating that James Bond look.

Body basics

A man's guide to grooming

Is it time to ditch your soap, and those other bad grooming habits that clock-up extra miles?

Tailor made

In the hands of a few good men

Dressing up is in fashion again and Sydney's tailors are stepping into the limelight.