Fiona MacDonald Before you start worrying about what to wear, you need to work out what you like, what suits you and begin to develop that all-elusive personal style.
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.
Luke Malone You can wear your heart on your sleeve but think twice about wearing anything emblazoned across your chest.
Georgina Safe Fashion loves a bad boy and they don't come much rougher than Sidney Kelly, a well-dressed career criminal who cut a swathe through Sydney's demimonde in the 1920s.
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.
By Hadley Freeman On the eve of New York fashion week, Tommy Hilfiger explains the enduring appeal of the "preppy" look, which has made him a very rich man.