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#LCM AW14: Something to Talk About

We asked one of our favourite fashion writers, the inimitable John-Michael O’Sullivan, to give us his thoughts on menswear today. How does the menswear revolution (in London especially) fit in contextually, socially and spiritually. Of course, we weren’t disappointed with his brilliantly-researched, lengthy response, and we reckon it makes a



Hardy Amies Presents Neighbourhood Portraits

Hardy Amies has unveiled the Neighbourhood Portraits project, a video series exploring a modern London lifestyle through those working in rejuvenated areas of the city. Collaborating with innovations studio Present Plus, video-interviews were filmed in Brixton, Hackney, Bermondsey, Shoreditch and Hammersmith. An array of creatives and entrepreneurs each elaborate on …



Shoot: The Commuter

With London Collections: Men now in its third triumphant season, London is blossoming into the world centre for creativity in menswear. We commissioned some of our favourite stylists & photographers to think outside of the lines on menswear; to challenge ideas and ways of dressing; to seek out new talent



News: Hardy Amies launches debut sunglasses collection

Since 1961, luxury menswear fashion house Hardy Amies has risen to prominence for its dapper tailoring and timeless elegance. Following the launch of its debut optical collection last year, this season sees the iconic brand further expand its empire with the launch of its first ever collection of sunglasses.

Vintage-inspired …


Vince + Elia

Hardy Amies release eyewear collection

A British luxury fashion house soaked in history, based in London’s Saville Row. Hardy Amies proudly acknowledges its heritage and legacy. In 1961 Hardy Amies held the very first men’s catwalk show, for more than 40 years he was the Queen’s official dressmaker, he is 1 of only 4 British …



LFW: Hardy Amies Presentation

Perhaps not the most directional label, Hardy Amies is known for his terribly fabulous lifestyle (he kept his Hermes secateurs for the garden of his countryhouse in a solid gold tray, trumpeted the extravagant magazine that accompanied the show) and this ‘weekend in the country’ aesthetic came through. Suits (gorgeous, …