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STEPHEN HANDISIDES 10MINUTE GROOMING GUIDE BATHROOM BASICS – YOUR 10 MINUTE GROOMING GUIDE FOR THE MODERN MAN. Words Stephen Handisides Ahhh…the mysteries of the bathroom! Have you ever wondered what girls do in the bathroom for hours on end? These exotic creatures disappear in and come out, what...

So much for Summertime! Did you know that the basic umbrella was actually invented over 4000 years ago. Evidence of umbrellas is highlighted in Assyrian, Chinese, Egyptian and Greek history. These ancient pieces were originally known as parasols and provided shade from the sun. It was the...

A little linen love.. as Lydia prepares the first suits of the season. Its funny, April is just beginning and I already have a number of linen suits in the works. Are we all so desperate to leave winter behind us, and shed our layers? I think...

Firstly Happy New Year…. So the year is underway, the world is waking up and there is optimism in the air - 2017 is going to be a great year. With that I have had a number of phone calls from clients who have been losing weight...

Not too sure how it happened but the party season is nearly upon us. With a number of stunning creations in the works, clients have had fun with embracing colours, maybe its a kick back from Daniel Craig as 007, as I have three blue...

Whilst in Manchester, I made time to visit the Imperial War Museum. Fortuitously I was able to also take in this most fabulous exhibition that celebrates the ingenuity, determination, but also the plain battiness of the attempts by the stylish to get around rationing and shortages of everything from...

Having spent time in Nice over the last few years, I have been fortunate to meet some great people and open business up here. This trip I decided to take a wander through the streets and explore more. I absolutely love the Socca, this is a traditional peasant...

I wrote in my last two posts, that I truly hoped Euro16 wouldn't be the predicable disaster it transpired to be - and that we all exercise the right to vote for Brexit. As it turns out the youth that this is really going to...