Italian men just dress better

Nedahl Stelio Why are Australian men so afraid to express themselves?

Stitched Up

Why thongs are wrong


Benjamen Judd They have their uses, but going out for a meal should definitely not be one of them.

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Business Travel

Five accessories for business travellers


Luc Wiesman Must-have products for travellers who want to add a touch of sophistication to their global roving.


Five tips to looking after a suit


Robin McGowan You've spent up big to impress with a new suit, now how do you ensure it retains that great look?

Sartorial superstyling

Suit your shape


Fiona MacDonald Learn how to minimise your flaws and maximise your assets. Your clothes should make you feel comfortable, protected and make you look your best – no matter what shape you're in.


Curls: shabby or sexy?

Virgin Group head Branson speaks during a news conference to launch the new multimedia magazine

Natasha Hughes Experts say tousled locks and suits don't mix. Are curly men simply too edgy for the corporate world?

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Dogged approach to men's skincare


Steve Colquhoun British upstart Bulldog chooses the high road to pick a fight with cosmetic giants.

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Men in fashion festival focus


Natasha Hughes Men will comprise an "unexpectedly large" percentage of the visitors to the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival.

Tie rules

Take success by the throat - the double Windsor way


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.

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Facial fuzz

Hairs apparent in boardroom


Natasha Hughes Beards have made their way from urban hipster haunts to the sports field, and now to the office.

Mo bros

Celebrity hirsute pursuits offer inspiraton for Movember

Travis Garrone, one of the Movember founders.

Sarah McInerney Hollywood may be a trend setter but it's Movember, not the current crop of celebrity moustaches, that can take credit for the rise in male facial hair this month.

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Totally Frank


Chris Beck Supermodels don't come around that often and Jackie Frank should know.

Among the frocks, a fresh start

l-r Mariana Hardwick, Thanh Thi Tran, Ghi Quang Le and Karen Leonard. Wedding dress and couture designer Mariana Hardwick is collaborating with the Lifestart Foundation -- a non-profit charity founded by Melburnian Karen Leonard to help orphans, street kids and families in Vietnam to become self-sufficient -- by training two young people  Thanh and Ghi  from underprivileged backgrounds in Vietnam for 12 months. BrunswickThursday 17 July 2008Age Metro  pic.Rodger Cummins rcz080717.003.002 SPECIAL

Liz Cincotta Mariana Hardwick has a new cause, working with Vietnamese people to give them a brighter future.