Keeping the British end up

Jeremy Hackett, founder of the Hackett brand on British style, manufacturing, red trousers, Mods and the basics rules of style. Words: Matt Pomroy “I struggle with pocket squares because I am conscious it looks as though I’ve made too much effort,” Jeremy Hackett says. Right there, in that one line, is all you need to…

Revisiting Mad Men 10 Years On

Mad Men premiered on 19th July 2007 and is already a decade old. That went quick didn’t it? But it’s easy to forget what a fuss people made about the sartorial element of the show. If fact, it had gotten to a point – somewhere around season two – where pieces about “Mad Men Style”…

Pep Guardiola – Football’s Most Stylish Manager

  The new season has just started and already Man City manager Pep Guardiola has taken a significant lead as the most stylish manager in the Premier League. The V-neck with shirt and tie has long been one of his looks, but this more casual approach with trainers and a polo under a V-neck is…

Why did men stop wearing hats?

The above picture from the 1923 English FA Cup Final (between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers) shows all but one man wearing a hat. And the hatless man had probably just removed his to scratch his head as the photo was being taken. So why did the vast majority of men stop wearing hats…

Travel Style: What to pack

Examples of the monthly travel style pages I designed, laid out and put together for Portfolio magazine each month. His and hers looks and accessories to pack for one of the Emirates Airlines destinations each month.