Scarves

The Black Polo-Neck - Yes Please

Arabella Noortman | Posted 19.04.2016 | UK Style
Arabella Noortman

Worn on the right person, it is beyond words (although I shall continue to try and capture the essence of this garment using such linguistic containers; limited though they are). Think of Audrey Hepburn in her black turtle-neck in Funny Face. Nothing expresses a sense of gamine joie de vivre better than her in that outfit. She made that sweater iconic.

Feminist Artist Makes Silk Scarves From Photos Of Her Own Vagina

The Huffington Post UK | Rosy Cherrington | Posted 03.12.2015 | UK Style

First we had pussy purses, next came the vagina dress, closely followed by the ball sack backpack... and now, there's an entirely new way to wear geni...

St Piece: It's All in the Print

Ben Mirza | Posted 25.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Ben Mirza

It's experimentation that is the key to St Piece gaining so much attention in just over a year, being a varied group of artists, graphic designers and architects; they're a broad church so to speak, unlike similar studios.

Autumn Must Haves

Kelly Simpkin | Posted 26.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Kelly Simpkin

It's that time of year again when we wake up and just don't know what to wear, the sun is shining but it has just poured like a monsoon. Winter is around the corner but summer just can't quite let go...

Weekend Shopping: Cashmere Football Scarves from Savile Rogue

Sarah McGiven | Posted 09.01.2013 | UK Style
Sarah McGiven

Isn't this just the best idea? Savile Rogue use Scottish mills to produce affordable cashmere football scarves for the more discerning, prawn sandwich eating, football fan. I've ordered two already as Christmas presents as they come beautifully boxed so make perfect, easy gifts.

Jimmy Choo Autumn Winter 2012 Men's Collection P*rno Camo

Nick Bain | Posted 31.03.2012 | UK Style
Nick Bain

If you've even the most passing interest in menswear, then the explosion of camo as a trend can not have escaped your attention. Now I don't know what it is about the current economic woes or more that seems to be making editors and tastemakers flock to this, but I'm loving it.