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With barbers appointments on hold, it's time to cut your hair at home.
The wiry-haired, the thin-haired, the thick-haired, and the curly-haired—the red-haired, the glossy-haired, the limp-haired, even the no-haired: united we fall. For as the coronavirus trudges onwards, and our local barbering joints remain indefinitely closed, we're all taking a slow swan dive into the same abyss: bad ...
 
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The return of the Top Time (Geiger counter not included).
Breitling has had a stellar run over the last few years. It has reinvented its core collections, transformed its shops into loft-style showrooms and cherry-picked classic pieces from its back catalog, reissuing them in fastidious detail. In 2020 it has already released ...
 
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Sunglasses with timeless appeal.
In 2016 the watch company Omega launched a line of luxury sunglasses. High-end eyewear is not an area traditionally associated with Swiss watchmaking. But then as Raynald Aeschlimann, Omega’s president and CEO, announced at the time: “This is a chance to find new ways to ...
 
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A follicular investigation.
It’s getting hairy out there, folks. Or, well...in there. As self-isolation becomes the reality for many people across the world, people are starting to find all sorts of ways to amuse themselves while stuck at home. And in the grand tradition of ...
 
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Give this mid-2010s favorite an update.
We all remember the undercut, an edgy, trendy haircut we saw on hipsters, guys working in finance, and even on the heads of A-list celebrities. Stars such as David Beckham, Conor McGregor, Brad Pitt, and Ewan McGregor all sported the look, anointing ...
 
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Dressing for the end of the world.
Aside from the fact that I’m not leaving the house so no one can even witness the epic fits I’m pulling off err’damn day (If you brick a fit and no one is around to see it, did you even get dressed?), ...
 
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The French fashion house shifts its operations in Redon and Saint-Jean-De-Braye to the creation of medical gear.
Yesterday, on its Instagram account, Dior shared a series of images of its workshop in Redon, France, but instead of delicate girl’s dresses or twee baby onesies, the photos revealed skilled workers making face masks.Dior reopens its Baby Dior workshop in Redon ...
 
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From Prada to Gucci to Giorgio Armani, here's every brand that's doing their bit.
Lombardy, the Italian region that's home to Milan (and the country's heavyweight fashion industry), has suffered the sharp end of the coronavirus pandemic. And the ramifications were immediately felt by Prada, Gucci, and Giorgio Armani et al—the latter even pulling a fashion ...
 
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Apart from a pledge of $2 million for COVID-19 relief, the U.S. company has tasked its factories to develop and manufacture masks for frontliners.
In the fight against the COVID-19 virus, it’s interesting to see how organizations are turning to their expertise, retooling what they were doing in the time before the pandemic into something that can help right now. The fashion world, for instance, offers what ...
 
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Get the big guy glow-up in the big bad lockdown.
I am a sedentary man. I prefer not to move very much. Which is a real gift right now, given that going outside would contribute towards the fall of man. But just as my waistline doesn't much like these extended episodes of sloth (hello ...
 
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The Italian fashion house raises funds for two crowdfunding campaigns and lends the might of its social media channels to the World Health Organization.
The world of fashion has joined humanity’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Style labels, including those in the Philippines, have redirected the machinery of clothes production toward making lifesaving equipment such as masks and protective clothing. As well, they are channeling funds to help ...
 
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Social distancing and shop closures means going the DIY route.
Let’s get real, one of the very real downsides to not being able to see your barber for the foreseeable future is not knowing when you’ll be able to get your next haircut. These tips will keep you looking fresh on those conference calls ...
 
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The Defy El Primero 21 Land Rover Edition takes its cues from the upcoming 2020 version of the Defender.
Collabs with automotive brands are a relative no brainer in the watchmaking world. As any neurosurgeon will tell you (probably), the same bit of the brain that makes men go all goo-goo eyed at a car is but a synapse away from ...
 
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The initiative will be launched with Oregon Health & Science University.
The fashion industry has been extremely proactive amid the COVID-19 outbreak. With numerous factories at its disposal, many companies have taken it upon themselves to create surgical masks, personal protective equipment, and more.The latest to join the movement is Nike, which has ...
 
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Because who knows what might happen next?
In 1981 an engineer working at Casio in Japan called Kikuo Ibe dropped his pocket watch on the floor, smashing it. Ibe was distraught—the watch had been a gift from his father. So he resolved to make the world’s toughest watch. A ...
 
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Dressing in lightweight clothing is more of a necessity than an actual choice, but there is a way to do it in style.
Despite PAGASA reminding Filipinos that, yes, technically, there is no such thing as summer in the country, experience proves otherwise. How else do you explain the heatwave and humidity that is now here? The season of light sweaters and windbreakers is out, and ...
 
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The former One Directioner has evolved into one of the premier fashion plates of his day.
I've said it once, and I'll say it again: For the last few months, Harry Styles has been on one of the most epic runs in Fit History. When it comes time to record the Ws and Ls of this age of upended ...
 
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The Off-White designer and artistic director of Louis Vuitton's menswear has some thoughts about the future of fashion.
If you ask Virgil Abloh, 2020 is the year streetwear officially dies. Given that Abloh is currently at the top of streetwear’s Mount Olympus, echoes of his prediction reverberated throughout the internet, raising some degree of alarm amongst streetwear’s disciples.Is he just ...
 
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Just not in the way you think.
The Kering Group, which manages brands such as Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Balenciaga, has announced that it is playing its part to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.The company is doing so in the best way it knows how—by using Saint Laurent's and Balenciaga's ...
 
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A quest to find the ideal working from home uniform, with the help of some stylish friends.
You are working from home and you are killing it. You rise, without an alarm, at 4 a.m. to do 1,000 jump lunges and 1,000 burpees, followed by two baths (I do not know how this works, one next to the other? ...
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