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6 Jul 2011
Menswear Spring 2012

Gentlemen next spring is the time to pull out all of your checks and shed your fears of colour. Whatever your style, the runway shows of Spring 2012 ready-to-wear proved to have something for everyone.

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17 Dec 2010
All Wrapped Up

Call on an artfully detailed cardigan and an eye-catching scarf to get you noticed. Keep it classy by skipping the jeans and slipping on dress pants.

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17 Dec 2010
Grey Matters

Whether you’re dressing for 9-to-5 or 5-to-9, a slim silhouette, a punch of pattern and a touch-me texture will get you on any best-dressed list.

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21 Sep 2010
His Winter Wonderland

With winter approaching, 2010 menswear fashion trends were built upon a palette of whites, grays and blacks. Never one to follow the straight and narrow, Sway’s Copikat adds colour to the world of those yearning for more than a white Christmas.

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20 Sep 2010
Men’s Fashion for Spring 2011

Mens ready-to-wear collections for spring 2011 showcased men unafraid of colour, texture and pattern. From paisley silk shirts at Etro, to rolled up chinos with colourful socks peeking from underneath at Tommy Hilfiger, we can’t wait to see these looks on streets in cities across Canada.

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7 Sep 2010
Copikat: Austin Clarke’s Prepster Dream

Beloved writer Austin Clarke’s style is the eclectic prepster’s dream. With a fearless mix of patterns and textures Clark displays one of this seasons most popular looks. Stock up on cardigans, blazers, and shirts of herringbone, houndstooth, and plaid. Go back to school in style…with Austin Clarke.

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4 Aug 2010
Street Style — London Calling 7

Don’t hesitate to take public transit fully dressed in your business suit– it’s attractive. It shows admirers that even the most prim and proper gentleman can get down and dirty sometimes. And we like that.

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18 Jun 2010
Boy in Blue

Proof that dress shirts and ties aren’t only for suits. Think of them as a way to put a slick, stylish accent on any outfit — even a casual one with sweat pants as a key player. It helps that the shirt is patterned and the tie is un-traditional (read: square tip, not silk). And do we even have to point out that this combo only works because the shirt’s un-tucked? Didn’t think so.
Wool jacket, $1195, Prada, from Holt Renfrew, holtrenfrew.com. Checkered shirt, $79.50, and knit tie, $98, both Brooks …