D section is a men’s culture and fashion magazine printed in English. It perfectly captures a more delicate style of male fashion in both couture and high street genres. There are snapshot pieces about the latest fashion brands, technology, runway updates, trends and cheeky anecdotes about history and culture. There are raw interviews with artists, models and musicians, punctuated by vivid style features and stunningly graphic photoshoots which combine fashion and art mercilessly. In addition to this, style suggestions in terms of clothing, accessories, footwear and even home décor fall into the mix.
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I have always been intrigued by male fashion. Since the 1950’s it is becoming easier and easier for blokes to expressive themselves extrovertly rather than following particular trends that are laid out for them.
Sixty years ago if a man had worn the wrong type of hat he would be noted for, but now we have guys wearing all sorts of weird and wonderful items such as print shirts, studded collars, chino shorts, cardigans and the modern vest on which the arm holes stretch right down to the waist. The fashion of men and women is closer now than it has ever been before, and I think that that is only fair. Those poor blokes of the past must have got so sick of us girl nicking their limited trends. Jeans, shirts, ties and t-shirts have all been thieved (and debatably improved) by women over time.
Nowadays boys are getting braver and are donning similar fashion traits to girls, showing more skin, opting for more accessories and carefully picking out their look. With more careful fashion choices comes more careful styling choices. A variety of slickbacks, quiffs, undercuts and shaggy fringes have made their way out of the woodwork and it cannot be denied, these looks combined with a cheeky ear stud look absolutely stunning! Whether or not we look back on these trends in thirty years time and laugh ourselves silly, in the fashion world, it’s the here, now and next that matter most.