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FASHION HISTORY: The Roaring Twenties

Men (at least the highly fashionable ones) wore many accessories in the 1920s. Notice the different types of hats (here we see fedoras, straw boaters, and Newsboy hats). Canes were popular accessories as well as small rings, tie pins, and collar pins.

The eighteenth century monied male was often a peacock, eager to display his taste and wealth, and fond of lavishly decorated or patterned fabrics, and bright striking colours. The usual outfit remained the three piece suit of coat, waistcoat and breeches until 1800, when trousers began to replace breeches. Fashionable suits were usually plain woollen facecloth for practical urban or rural wear; woven silks for more formal evening occasions; and highly trimmed and embroidered silk satins and…

before you kill us all: EDITORIAL T Magazine Men's Fashion Spring 2015 "Spring’s Poetic Undertones" Feat. Simon Fitskie by Matthew Kristall

BLACK ROCOCO Regency Historic Vest Waistcoat LIMITED

Now we're talking - this would work really well in that pink tweed for everyday autumnal warmth... Longer at the front, dipping down at an angle? and definitely fitted for my shape, so it emphasises the female form :)

Make some noise: Menswear gets busy with some loud and proud patterns this season

What do you get someone who has everything? Whisky, of course!

Whisky is currently having a renaissance around the world, in part thanks to famous fans such as David Beckham, pictured here in front of the casks whisky is matured in