two thousand and seventeen by fashion nazi

It’s 2017, but you already know that. What should this post be about? Maybe I could write a post about; how I’m going to be healthy, quit smoking, be positive, drink less, learn a new language, travel more or maybe I should be honest with myself and realise the above is probably not going to…

vignette two by fashion nazi

In my constant mission to set myself aside from other bloggers, I gave myself one task for the next few post in my series style vignettes. | Do something different | We all know the way in which big brand’s trends trickle down to the high streets for us mere mortals to squabble over, but…

vignette one by fashion nazi

By Fashion Nazi has had such a rigid style since the beginning, so how do I breakaway from that? How do I show my readers that By Fashion Nazi is changing? How do I show that I’m growing as a person? Can I add more to By Fashion Nazi whist refining the message?  I’ve been…

another post by fashion nazi

Recently, Blogging Edge nominated me as their best men’s fashion blogger of the year and you all piled in with your votes to show your support of my online ramblings, and I’m so grateful! However, your efforts did not go unnoticed because Blogging Edge totally agreed with you and declared me their best men’s fashion…

nominated by fashion nazi

I’ve always wanted to be an award winning something or at the very least and award nominated something but I never thought it would be for blogging, I thought it might be for something I’m actually good at like….. Anyway, there’s this site called Blogging Edge that have put me up as the Best Men’s…

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…

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…

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…