Luke Malone Scuffed trainers, old soccer socks and stubbies no longer cut it at the gym so here are some tips for sweating in style.
Benjamen Judd Looking good and staying comfortable during the warmer months - without resorting to thongs.
Benjamen Judd If being thin isn't an option then compression clothing can help you at least appear to be.
Benjamen Judd They have their uses, but going out for a meal should definitely not be one of them.
Audric Cheah It's a time of rejuvenation and neither your appearance nor your wardrobe should miss out.
Luc Wiesman Yes, it's cold now, but European trends turn our attention to warmer times ahead.
Benjamen Judd Over 30? Ditch the skinny jeans and humorous tees and dress your age.
Even if you're restricted to the ubiquitous work uniform, you can stay a cut above the pack.
Luke Malone The man bag has been given a mighty bad rap in recent times, but there are ways to wear them well.
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.
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.
Forces of attraction
Amanda Bryan Attending to errant eyebrow hairs and grubby nails may do you more favours than pumping iron.
Luke Malone Handy hints to help business travellers fly high without sacrificing well-suited style.
Luke Malone Don't wear this at home... the small-screen has served up its fair share of style catastrophes.
Luke Malone Navigating the style rules at a casual or creative workplace can be tricky - especially after a night on the turps.
Desk to dinner
Natasha Hughes Disregard anything you have read about metrosexuals and their ways. You don't need heavy-duty hair product, skin concealers, nor even a mirror when leaving work for a more convivial setting.
Are your grooming habits clocking-up extra miles? If your bathroom cabinet is home to a bar of soap, hair wax or spray-on shaving cream, then you need to read this.
Susan Owens The big designers have given men permission to relax and play with colour, writes Susan Owens in Paris.
Rick Molinsky How I long for the good old days when male models paraded down catwalks trying their best to sell us on the notion of wearing capes with masks and kilts.
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.