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Move from work to weekend with a Coach man tote
Gentleman

Move from work to weekend with a Coach man tote

Following on from the evolution of the clutch to a man accessory, the usually feminine tote bag has too made the jump to man land. Less formal than a briefcase and causing less crinkling of your attire than the satchel, the tote bag is an elegant, roomy addition to a gent’s bag collection. more

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Keep digits toasty with driving gloves from Bally
Gentleman

Keep digits toasty with driving gloves from Bally

While gone are the days of gents donning a hat and slipping on gloves upon exiting a building, the need to keep digits toasty from the winter cold has not diminished. Traditionally, driving gloves were worn tight, with openings over the knuckles for increased movement, as they were necessary against the brash wooden steering wheels of yesteryear motoring. more

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Alberto Casartelli
Gentleman

Why Hello You: Alberto Casartelli

Name: Alberto Casartelli. Age: 24. Lives: Brisbane City. Alberto is studying English, loves a home-cooked Italian meal and hanging out with friends on the weekend. Read more about Alberto on Why Hello You. more

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New The Horse gallops into Angus Black, Fortitude Valley
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New The Horse gallops into Angus Black, Fortitude Valley

There is a certain reward that comes from donning a good, nay superbly handcrafted, pair of shoes. That little bounce in your step as people praise the perfectly moulded leather enveloping your feet. The uniqueness of design, texture and colour that make passersby’s eyes whip around to catch another tender glimpse. And not to mention the smooth comfort that results from hours of hand stretching, tailoring, bending and assemblage – your feet will be particularly appreciative of this. more

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how to be a gentleman book
Gentleman

Brooks Brothers educate on how to be a gentleman

Founded by Henry Sands Brooks in 1818, Brooks Brothers was the first ready-to-wear clothier in America. Imparting style knowledge from father to son, the Brooks Brothers style and demeanour is still passed down through generations – its timeless classics key in creating the aura of a gentleman. more

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Why Hello You: Nikolaus Kaiser
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Why Hello You: Nikolaus Kaiser

Name: Nikolaus Kaiser. Age: 23. Lives. Auchenflower. Nikolaus is a graphic designer, likes a weekend tipple at Black Bear Lodge and and is inspired by men with beards. Read more about Nikolaus on Why Hello You. more


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moustache mug
Gentleman

Man up with a moustache mug

Moustaches have seen a renaissance of late – the shaved, primped and pampered sculptures of facial hair are no longer reserved for the likes of famous actors or aggressive bikies, but for the everyday man. more

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kieran swann
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Why Hello You: Kieran Swann

Name: Kieran Swann. Age: 28. Lives: East Brunswick, Melbourne. Kieran is an artist, who is currently obsessed with fluorescent lights and is inspired by Liz Burcham of Metro Arts. Read more about Kieran on Why Hello You. more

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beanie
Gentleman

Keep snug while bringing the beanie back

The winter chill has finally arrived, leaving us hitching our socks up higher and knotting scarves a little tighter in hope of fighting off the cold. As it’s our furthermost appendages (hands, feet, head) that need the most assistance in keeping toasty – or so mum used to say – slip on a super woolly beanie preferably complete with pom-pom on top. more

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andrew tynan
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Why Hello You: Andrew Tynan

Name: Andrew Tynan. Age: 24. Lives: Ascot. Andrew works for the James Street Initiative, likes spending weekends at Sunshine Beach and drinks at The Survey Co. Read more about Andrew on Why Hello You. more