Legend of men’s fashion: David Beckham

David Beckham is not only a sports superstar with one of the highest recognition ratings in the world, but also a kind of style chameleon. Fortunately, however, his fashion faux pas – we remember cornrows, cargo pants, durag scarves and undershirts – are long behind him. Today, the Englishman is considered one of the most…

Turtleneck Sweater: The Classic and an Icon

Since the early 70’s the Turtleneck never lost its relevance and its wearers have always demonstrated a sense of style. For people like Steve Jobs it became obligatory and was as much a part of his uniform as blue jeans and the white sneakers. Since then, the turtleneck has stood above all for classic and…

3 ways to wear a jacket without a shirt

1. The New Standard  Crewneck-Pullover Simple, casual and modern:This look is currently establishing itself as a business classic.Because it covers less skin than a turtleneck sweater, a crewneck is more present.Attention: If your chest hair sticks out at the top, then this sweater is not suitable:You’re a turtleneck man! @PR 2. Summer Option  Poloshirt It…

Rough soles: How to get through the winter safely and fashionably

Who doesn’t know the question about the right footwear in winter? Icy and slippery roads don’t make this question of style any easier. The selection usually consists of an elegant pair – chic but impractical – and functional footwear – practical but not exactly fashionable. This winter we don’t have to decide anymore, because with…

Street styles of men | LONDON FASHION WEEK

The Men’s Fashion Week has been taking place in London for five years now, and it has developed its very own street style of classic aesthetics and eccentric appearance there over the years. The characteristics that one likes to associate with British society. All a cliché? There’s a bit of truth in the outfits that…