Benjamen Judd What sight will the world behold when that dreaded pants-down moment arrives?
Jeremy Loadman Does the way politicians of all cultures dress influence the way we vote?
Jeremy Loadman Does the way poltiicians of all cultures and persuasions dress influence the way we vote?
Benjamen Judd The new season trends in menswear to own, and the ones to miss.
Audric Cheah To win over, rather than overpower, try one of these subtle yet distinctive fragrances.
Rachelle Unreich Leading men gallantly allowed the ladies to take the spotlight but are trying harder to make their own fashion statement.
By Luke Leitch The best (and worst) of the Milan men's fashion week included great coats, manbags, shortened pants and even frilly underwear.
Richard Hughes The 25th is just around the corner, but forget about gifts for the family, what is a man going to buy for himself?
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.
Men of style
Luke Malone Meet the new breed of modern-day tastemakers who are guiding the next generation in matters of style.
Samantha Critchell Some things are fashion and some are necessity.
Sylvia Pennington They are splashing out more than ever on designer suits and other upscale threads, but when it comes to their shoes - good quality and classic styles still trump the fickle tides of fashion for the...
With the euro in freefall and the EU a-tremble, one might have expected the menswear collections to play out a slightly sombre tune. But instead, Milan's designers seemed to be fiddling as Rome burns.
Luke Malone They are up there alongside thongs, Bonds singlets and VB stubby holders but is there a place for shorts in the CBD?
Steve Dow If filmmaker Baz Luhrmann delivers on his promise to remake F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic Prohibition-era story The Great Gatsby, he could be joining an emerging fashion trend.
Sport and technology were two of three key themes to emerge from Milan men's fashion week - the third being cold, hard cash.
Rick Molinsky The tie has dominated the wardrobes of men for many years, but isn't it now time we threw them away?
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.
Rachel Wells Men's wear designers have taken inspiration from the hit television show Mad Men, ditching wide ties for skinnier '60s versions.