Male fashion has always worked within tighter constraints than Scarlet O’Hara’s corset. For over 100 years, menswear has seen no revolution or important concepts come through,
Wear What You Want Wednesdays is TLC’s sartorial finger to anyone who thinks they can tell anyone else what they should or should not be wearing.
After years of wearing ill-fitting joggers and ratty tee shirts to the gym, I realised what I wore had a significant effect on how much I enjoyed going to exercise.
A designer of sustainable fashion creates their wares with consideration to the environmental and the social impact the clothes may have throughout their total life span.
You’re wearing a favourite H&M tee shirt, aren’t you?
No judgment, I’ve got on mine too.
My tee was made by god-knows-who and of who-the-hell-can-tell material.
Dear Marks And Spencer,
Have you – the whole lot of you that makes and sells and distributes lovely lingerie across the world – ever slept with a fat woman?