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1 | There are 30 things you need to buy this autumn
Well, perhaps not all 30, but with our guide to the best shoes, shirts, suits, jackets and more, you can find everything you need to upgrade your wardrobe today, regardless of whether you want to invest carefully or go on a blow out.
2 | Spornosexuals aren’t cool
The perma-tanned, over-muscled men who are filling the clubs, gyms and beaches of Britain do not represent manliness says Ellie Pithers. But perhaps, at last, men are being subjected to the same level of body facism as women.
3 | We’re going to win the Ryder Cup
According to former captain, and winner, Colin Montgomerie, there are two types of winning captain. Those who practice risk and reward, like Sam Torrance, and those of a more conservative lean, like Bernhard Langer. This year’s captain, Paul McGinley, has a bit of both about him.
4 | Shopping is not a crime
Which is handy, given the nature of this magazine. One male shopaholic explains why it’s alright to buy clothes and that, really, he’s no different from a stamp collector. Just a little better dressed, perhaps.
5 | The experts agree: you need a new coat
Five of fashion’s industry heavyweights, from a trend forecaster to a creative director via out very own fashion director hold forth on what you should be wearing this autumn. Clue: You will need an overcoat.
6 | People really do queue for T-shirts
But not just any T-shirt. If you’re an avid sportswear collector, the sort of person who’ll camp out overnight for the latest drop of clothing, you’re probably after a Box Logo t from Supreme. And nothing else will do. Sam Diss goes in search of the obsessive collectors.
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