From left: Saint Laurent, Paul Smith and Thom Browne
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Paris menswear SS16 Day 5

Show reviews of Saint Laurent, Paul Smith and Thom Browne

Folk-themed fashion

Get the look — folk heroes

Aimee Farrell goes in search of artisanal chic, from boho coats to flower crowns

From left: Gucci; Giorgio Armani; Marni; Bottega Veneta; Prada
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Milan menswear round-up SS16

In Italy, fashion is all about the conversation piece. Charlie Porter chimes in

Topshop in Manhattan
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Reborn in the USA

America has thwarted some of the biggest European brands. Does Primark have what it takes?

Jo Ellison

Forget the sales, hit the rails

Why the pre-collections are the pearls of the fashion cycle

Ani Bezzerides; Rachel McAdams; Series 2; True Detective
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Undressing the detectives

Investigating crime drama, costume and the cult of the female cop as the second series of ‘True Detective’ is finally unveiled

Pucci; Chanel; Valentino; Mary Katrantzou; Dries Van Noten
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Stitch perfect

Embroidery is enjoying a renaissance, but skilled needleworkers are increasingly rare. Who sews for whom?

From left: SS16 menswear at JW Anderson; E Tautz; Burberry; Dunhill; Margaret Howell
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London Collections menswear round up

Inclusiveness and zips were the big themes in fashion’s most provocative city

Clockwise from top left: Komono; Audemars; Shinola; Omega; Rolex; Bremont

Shopping: supersize watches

The vogue for huge watch faces took hold after the financial crash in 2008. They’ve got bigger since

Ryan Gosling attends the "Lost River" photocall during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 20, 2014 in Cannes, France
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The buffer’s guide

Dad bods, gym bods, super bods: men are shaping up, and designers are muscling in on the market

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