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Get The Look Bones and All Floral Cowboy Shirt

TheChicGeek says, “I know it’s cool to wear somebody else’s clothes today, but how about somebody you’ve just ate?! Timothée Chalamet plays a blood thirsty cannibal in Luca Guadagnino’s new film, Bones and All, and his wardrobe seems to consist of whatever is left over from his pickings. Left – Timothée Chalamet in Bones and All This fringed cowboy shirt was a standout, and, while I can’t find a floral fringed version, it got me thinking about the Liberty style floral cowboy shirts Tom Ford did for Gucci back in the day. While not exactly a snip, it could be seen as an investment, and leave you looking good enough to eat! Sorry. Left & Below – Gucci by Tom Ford – 2004 Western Shirt – £495 from Ebay Buy TheChicGeek’s latest book FashionWankers...

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Tried & Tested Aire Ancient Baths London

Destinations all over the world, Aire Ancient Baths London, opened in 2021, features numerous pools, such as Caldarium (Hot Bath /40ºC), Frigidarium (Cold Bath / 14ºC and Ice Bath 10ºC), Tepidarium (Warm Bath / 36ºC), Balneum (Bath of Thousand Jets), Vaporium (Steam Bath) and Flotation (Salt-water pool with salt the density of the Dead Sea), plus optional treatments in a listed Georgian townhouse. TheChicGeek says, “The most welcome of London icebergs, Aire Ancient Baths, under an unassuming Georgian townhouse, is a cavernous wonderland of water and heat. The former home of Peter Pan’s JM Barrie, has, just two levels below the ground, a listed brick cellar that was almost made for these ‘ancient’ baths. Close to where Father Thames once lapped the end of the street, this quiet road, just...

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Menswear Product Of The Week The Flemish-By-Way-Of-Suffolk Gilet

I’m off to see the new fashion museum in Antwerp in January and it’s got me feeling for tapestries. Dark flemish style tapestries remind me of the Dries Van Noten collection he did around 2017, and they somehow has this rarefied and fusty country house feeling that looks perfect layered under a nice winter coat or jacket. This is listed as a women’s, so go for a bigger size, but it’s not like to has to fit in the shoulders or arms. Left & Below – Lavenham – Jacquard Big Quilt A Line Mickfield Gilet – £295

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Champion partners with Beastie Boys to celebrate ‘Check Your Head’ 30th Anniversary

Champion are proud to announce a collaboration with iconic hip-hop legends Beastie Boys. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of their hugely influential 1992 album ‘Check Your Head’, Champion has released a limited-edition capsule clothing collection. The Beastie Boys’ multi-platinum third album is considered a milestone for the band. ‘Check Your Head’ was first album to be produced, in its entirety, by Beastie Boys with Mario Caldato Jr. and their first album recorded at the band’s own G-Son studios in Los Angeles. Originating from Rochester, New York, Champion became synonymous with hip-hop culture that was so heavily influenced and led by Beastie Boys. As well as their ever-lasting influence on music, it was also the band’s image that permeated the subcultures of the 90s and continues...

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M.C. Overalls England’s Oldest Workwear Brand Celebrates its Community Of Crafters

Established in 1908, England’s oldest workwear brand, M.C.Overalls believes in the power of self-expression, nurturing creativity and the value of working hard. Creating durable, gender-neutral and versatile daily staples. Clothes to work hard for the hard-working. The latest campaign combines the values of the past to champion its current community of creators. The creative explores the brand’s mission statement of ‘We Work Hard’ through a literal interpretation of the product being a blank canvas, combining this with analogue photography techniques and using subjects close to the brand and its values. The brand’s distinctive style of heritage workwear staples with a modern twist is just as at home adorning a model on the catwalk in Paris as it is on the back of a brewer in...

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Book Fashion Wankers It Takes One To Know One

Are you more Romford than Tom Ford? My latest book, Fashion Wnkers – It Takes One To Know One, has just been released. The idea is, in the age of Tom Ford’s ‘F*cking Fabulous’, Eggsl*t and B*llocks To Brexit, the ‘Fashion Wanker’ is the new fashionista (or fashionisto).  It’s all about confidence and being able to laugh at yourself. The truly stylish are the first to poke fun at themselves after all and it’s a very British thing. Left – Fashion Wankers Cover – For those who make Quality Street look like Dover Street… Fashion Wnkers is the funniest fashion book (obvs. I wrote it!) this side of fashion week. It shows you how to be a fashion wnker and will help you spot which wanker you are and what to look for out the selection of 16 fashion wankers....

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Exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams at Victoria & Albert Museum

It turns out Christian Dior liked English food. Clearly a charmer and a man who knows his audience, Dior had a strong relationship with London and the British royal family. Many of you probably saw snippets of this exhibition on people’s Instagrams when it was in Paris last year. This is the same, but with an added room explaining his relationship with London. The Victoria & Albert museum did the same with Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty. This giant Dior exhibition, the largest ever in the UK, charts the miraculous growth and influence of Christian Dior up to the present day. The staging and room sets are stunning. The lighting and displays make everything look sumptuous. The only negative is, the space will quickly become congested, as there isn’t much...

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Exhibition Moses, Mods and Mr Fish: The Menswear Revolution

A new exhibition charting the emergence of the modern male wardrobe has opened at the Jewish Museum in Camden, London . This new exhibition tells the story of men’s fashion and the emergence of the modern male wardrobe – taking visitors on a journey from the tailoring workshops of the mid-19th century to the boutique revolution and mod culture of the Swinging 60s. The story is told through the huge number of Jewish companies who were at the forefront of the major developments and changes in the design, manufacturing and retail of men’s clothing from the mid-19th to late 20th century. Right – Cecil Gee, who helped bring the 1960s Italian Mod look to London, in his Shaftesbury Avenue store in the 1960s. I love the birdcage For over 100 years British menswear set trends which led the...

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