menswear by an architect and a marketer

I have a handful of bloggers I’ve loved since I first came across the whole fashion blogging scene, they all started with humble fashion ramblings on blogspot and six years on are now fashionistas and influencers in their own right. The Three F was created by architect, Filippo Fiora sharing his classic Italian style, lifestyle and travel…

amy by emily

Many will recall reading of her downward spiral in the magazines and viewing countless photographs of her walking the streets, her general appearance being gaunt and unhealthy and wearing little clothing. Amy, a documentary film directed by Asif Kapadia focuses on the story of soul singer Amy Winehouse from her life as an aspiring teenage…

kaspari giveaway by fashion nazi

I’m always a fan of new brands putting a twist on classic menswear with new design ideas, new functions or new materials in this case. Kaspari, have created a belt from leather and carbon fiber, the ultimate accessory for the modern man! Although, they have used carbon fiber to create the buckle part of the…

lcm by alexander mcqueen

Finally, the McQueen collection! I never usually rant and rave about a new McQueen but there was just so many stand-out pieces, scratch that, entire looks! So typical of the McQueen brand and London collection to give us a collection that was, start to finish, redesigned and reworked menswear classics. However, this season they didn’t…

lcm by margaret howell

The Margaret Howell collection for Spring 2016 was a favourite of mine, unsurprisingly because it looks like most of my wardrobe. No show stopping looks or even initiative design details, just solid looks and pieces to make you want to be the Margaret Howell man. The proportions used in each look caught my attention first,…

lcm by tiger of sweden

So London Collections Men has just flown by and I barely had time to follow the latest shows through style.com nevermind be there to experience it all first hand. That being said, I spent quite a few hours looking through the shows extensively! I had a few favourites from the spring 2016 collections such as Agi…

un-lined by scott fraser

Twitter is a beautiful creation and while I dislike being so connected to the world via my many social networks, I am so grateful when I come across great talents such as Scot Fraser. I’m not sure whether it was the blog or the collection that came first from Scott, but I think we can…

paradise club by toka toka

Toka Toka, a french brand I cam across through one of my favourite sites, Le Club Des Douze. The brand strives for ease and practicality inspired by the relaxed attitude and of the designer’s (Vincent Tokatlian) hometown in the South of France. I think men will always need a brand that’s easy, self explanatory and thoughtful,…

another blog by fashion nazi

When I first set up By Fashion Nazi I completely intended it to be a typical men’s fashion blog like the rest. However, it has become something slightly different and I’m glad. I truly never expected to blog about architecture, photographers and Korean crafts. However, having all these references and inspired creators and pieces seems…

infliction by heiko tiemann

Recently I went to visit a portrait exhibition at the Millennium Galleries in Sheffield and I came across the photographer, Heiko Tiemann. His work struck a cord with me as he used children with different degrees of learning difficulties as his subjects, a subject which is quite close to home for me. Hieko Tiemann wrote about his…

a collaboration by mr porter and cos

I’m not one to blog about fashion news that will go out of date by the following week, I much prefer to blog about topics that inspire me, inspire my work and influence my day-to-day. That being said, the Mr Porter X Cos collection manages to inspire me and also keeps up to date with…

photography by edward honaker

Edward is one of my menswear bloggers and photographers that I found on lookbook.nu years ago. His style is by no means groundbreaking, I could probably tell you what he’s got in his wardrobe without looking. However, it’s polished and always well put together but it’s not his personal style I love, it’s his attention to…

hardwearing by pieter and joeri

I came across the site Hardwearing by Belgian creatives Pieter Peulen and Joeri Evers thanks to the wonder of Instagram! According to their Twitter bio Hardwearing is quite simply a blog that writes about fashion and creates interiors and I love that! In my opinion blogs and bloggers are starting to lose a sense of where…

the far north by joseph hartley

I’ve never been one to enjoy a lecture or any kind of extended talk, I’ve got a very short attention span, That being said, I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to see three artist/designer/makers talk about their work and processes and one in particular caught all of my attention, The Butcher, Baker, Designer, Maker, Joseph…

always foreign architecture by leong leong

I’ve been a fan of the works of Leong Leong for sometime now, their work is like an escape, an escape from what is to be expected in architecture, an escape from traditionalism. Leong Leong work with materials in way that is a constant inspiration for me. Their work on 3.1 Phillip Lim flagship store is possibly…