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From the Mihara Yasuhiro Fall/Winter 2011 Collection we present two extra-ordinary down vests. One features an entirely knitted wool upper in navy, while the other one comes with an all-over rabbit fur upper. If you are tired of the nylon down vest look, these might be an option for the colder...

Inspired by John Everett Millais' painting Ophelia, the film depicts the tragic last moments of Shakespeare's heroine amidst a shroud of butterflies and flower petals, and is intended to provoke thoughts of "eternal existence and transience of real life."

Nestled into a modern white gallery space located off the beautiful Jardin de Palais Royal, Mihara Yasuhiro presented his Women's S/S 2013 collection. As one walked into the first floor open plan space, there were a few apparel pieces to the left and an art video installation to the right....

Snakeskin is nothing new to the fashion world, especially in footwear, but Japanese designer Mirhara Yasuhiro and PUMA take the concept one step further for their joint MY line under the Puma Black Label. While the faux python upper covering the PUMA MY-61 is in itself a nice blend of sport...

If you are too, then you may like these new PUMA Mihara MY-66 Wedge Sneakers. Designed for PUMA by Mihara Yasuhiro, this "in-heel" trainer is in premium full-grain leather, has a comfortable micro-perf leather lining and classic PUMA styling details including a padded collar, perforated toe,...

" But what about colour? "A dark tie over a light coloured shirt gives this knot the best opportunity to show off it's silhouette perfectly," says Pickles. "Think Rat Pack and JFK in the 1960s. My favourite is a navy suit, with a navy tie – possibly with a preppy stripe – in a half Windsor...

Like riding a bike, your muscle memory for four-in-hand should make tying that knot easy. In contrast, Holger Auffenberg, head of design at Saville Row tailors Chester Barrie, thinks the Windsor can take quite some time to get used to. "It uses a lot of the tie length," says Auffenberg, "so...

don't see ties being worn everywhere any more makes it all the more powerful a tool. You can use a tie – the choice of tie, and how it's tied – to say what you want it to say. You can't do that with many items of men's clothing." Drake's As with any face-based accessory (sunglasses, hats,...

Like many of today's mainstays – duct tape, microwaves – black tie as we know it had its beginnings in the military before its co-option by civilians. The earliest iterations of the bow tie appeared around the necks of Croatian mercenaries during the Thirty Years' War of the 17th century;...