Food is one of my biggest passions and I love exploring new cuisines and restaurants all the time and next on my list was Quattro – a vegetarian restaurant specializing in Italian and Mexican cuisines. Yes, it is a vegetarian restaurant serving international cuisine and alcohol, quite a rare combination. So we visited Quattro and tasted their elaborate menu. Yes it was a huge tasting consisting a good mix of Italian and Mexican dishes.
Sameer Madan, a graduate from London college of Fashion (UAL) experiments with bold print and textiles. The luxury apparel brand Sameer Madan focuses on design with re-interpretation of the textiles according to the modern needs of the fashion world. The brand brings out the amazing surface textiles that are inspired from the culturally rich country -India. The brand aims to create a fusion by getting inspired from India but creating modern silhouettes in order to cater customers on a national and international level. Sameer Madan is a brand that makes one feel empowered with style and panache.
What you wear by night can be every bit as important as your daytime attire, especially if you have designs on offering someone a glimpse beneath those blue and white stripes.
Ah, the tuxedo, the trickiest item of menswear for any guy to get right. Once it was something to be cherished and relished when it was worn but these days seems to be more like a chore and an obligation for those bound for nuptial-based events. I’ve always thought of any suit that a guy owns as their own suit of armour; once hemmed and tailored to your own personal tastes it should fill you with confidence and valour for the times ahead. Never was it more true for this most masculine of tailoring.
This autumn/winter, the fashion industry is going hell for leather – quite literally.
While some may say it comes as no surprise, given that the fabric has sustained its popularity for many years, with every season comes minor tweaks influenced by wider trends around cut and colour.
Yet regardless of its form, the leather jacket has remained a favourite of menswear icons, from Marlon Brando’s rugged biker to David Beckham’s Belstaff favourites.
A wise man’s wardrobe is built on cornerstones: the T-shirt for the beach (or the bar), a pair of Derbies for work (or a wedding) and the blazer for, well, pretty much everything.