Warehouse Debut Menswear

It’s been such a slow start to the year of menswear hasn’t it? If there’s one thing that we can blame on COVID-19, it’s the absolute surge in loungewear being worn up and down the country. Who’s going to complain about being able to wear shorts and no underwear for a large portion of our day? Not me, that’s for sure. But now that we are fully embraced in the COVID lifestyle, I’ve been setting my sights further into the year and well past the worry of catching a disease and dying somewhere looking like someone forget to groom Chewbacca for three months. Honestly, barbers should be key workers because I can’t take looking like this for much longer.

The Independent: We Tried Haggling In High Street Shops And It Was A Total Disaster

Do you have it in you to stand in front of a total stranger, palms sweating, and ask them for a favour? To stand there while a person who has all the power in the transaction of goods in exchange for money looks at you like you are just the very worst type of person?Continue reading “The Independent: We Tried Haggling In High Street Shops And It Was A Total Disaster”

Why I’m Over The Yeezyfication of Menswear

I’ve officially had it. I’ve grown tired of something that I always thought I would hold dear; not bread. Though I am struggling to cut down my wheat intake on Slimming World. No. Instead of sweet, delicious, always there for me bread, I’ve grown tired of leisurewear. I’ve become sick of what started out asContinue reading “Why I’m Over The Yeezyfication of Menswear”

Why Absolutely Fashion Showed Us How Vogue Has Failed Women

“Making things redundant all the time, and making things relevant all the time, in a very superficial way.” — Lucinda Chamber, Fashion Director of Vogue. Has there ever been a sentence that sums up one business so succinctly? One small sentence that really sheds such a bright light onto one of the biggest scams inContinue reading “Why Absolutely Fashion Showed Us How Vogue Has Failed Women”