The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined at Barbican

Regular readers will know that, on the whole, I like my exhibitions to be chronological. Whether looking at clothes, fashion, art, artefacts, household goods or photographs, I prefer to root everything in its historical (social, geographic, economic) context. My reviews of … Continued

Colour Analysis for Men – Designing Gus’s wardrobe

I have written several posts about Colour Analysis. Search the tag Colour Analysis if you want to know more (or hire me to do your colours!). I think colour is really important – alongside getting the styles right for your … Continued

Paris Weekend – An alternative capsule wardrobe

If you had given me Lisa Comfort’s wardrobe for a weekend to Paris I wouldn’t have been too disappointed. But I would have felt a little underdressed in my navy/beige/tan “imaginary Parisian” wardrobe. As Sue S from Fadanista said: I … Continued

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