Luc Wiesman Use these expert style tips to help overcome the body type you were born with.
Luc Wiesman Demystifying the most puzzling dress code. Clue: it doesn't mean 'don't make an effort'.
Luc Wiesman The Spring Racing Carnival is an opportunity for men to be dashing and even a little daring.
Even if you're restricted to the ubiquitous work uniform, you can stay a cut above the pack.
Richard Hughes New trends mean there's always something to learn about looking sharp.
Luke Malone They are up there alongside thongs, Bonds singlets and VB stubby holders but is there a place for shorts in the CBD?
Natasha Hughes Cufflinks are the link that's missing between corporate bland and creative bling. They can prompt a conversation, make a style statement and give an insight into a man's personality.
Natasha Hughes Some think a man's shoes 'say everything about his self esteem and his personality', so what do your shoes say about you?
Luke Malone Money may not guarantee happiness, but it can buy you classy, tailored suits.
Luke Malone Our dads taught us how to wear a tie, but when it comes to other wardrobe basics, many still don't have a clue.
Fiona MacDonald Suave, sophisticated and dressed to kill. Whether you're playing the part in a Bond-esque tuxedo or effortlessly emanating man-cool in a James Dean leather jacket and jeans, most men wouldn't mind...
Benjamen Judd Slowly but surely, functional braces and intricate suspenders are making their way back into vogue.
Natasha Hughes 'Go out looking like you want to be seen - reliable, respectable; a man who can deliver, not one of the boys,'' says Lizzie Wagner, a business etiquette expert.
Luke Malone You can wear your heart on your sleeve but think twice about wearing anything emblazoned across your chest.
Luke Malone There comes a time in every man's life when he will be forced to say goodbye to his 30-inch waist.
Susan Owens The big designers have given men permission to relax and play with colour, writes Susan Owens in Paris.
Sport and technology were two of three key themes to emerge from Milan men's fashion week - the third being cold, hard cash.
Facelifts are surging in popularity among American men as the country digs out of recession and the older set aims to compete with a younger, tech-savvy generation.
James Cameron As the mercury rises, so does our desire to go without socks. But beware, ditch the socks and the clock starts ticking on the life of your shoes.
Menswear, the perennial poor relation of women's high fashion, stepped it up a notch last week, as New York runways reflected men's rising interest in fashion.