Friday, 24 June 2011


Our September issue is officially on the tracks going full speed.

This week you may have spotted us jumping in and out of taxis throughout London, casually resting phone in one hand and a starbucks in the other... Or, more realistically - avoiding traffic/reading emails as we impatiently cross the road. Either way you look at it, we have been planning, coordinating and piecing together our 4th issue. Its been an exciting week and the issue is set to be our best yet.

Yesterday saw our editor-in-chief, Dean Hau, celebrate his birthday! Today, in Notting Hill the teams out in full force shooting for the new issue. Although, admittedly not the most exciting photo, here is a low quality shot taken from my blackberry. We think you might recognise the face in front of the camera, any guesses?

Its been a productive and busy week for all of us. And the weekend invites our rejuvenation machines (duvet + ITV2) in preparation for an for an exciting Monday.

This weekend I am off to the country in search of some fresh air and a warm pub. Simple enough. Bringing it straight back to the clothes, I made the assumption I wouldn't get served wearing my fur coat, shoulder pads and bowler hat (am i joking?) in the conservative village of Chedworth. Not exactly wanting to walk in wearing a tweed outfit and wellies. I have been online... have revamped my wardrobe giving me some colour blocking T's. I have been wearing their drop crotch carrot bottoms high waisted (too regularly) tied together with a vintage belt. They have some really cool looks, its worth checking out, especially as they have reasonable price points.

Aside from my weekend away, I am going to be waiting like a groupie that needs to be watched carefully by security, The menswear store opens 1st July on Beak street (just off carnaby street). My overdraft is ready.

By Lewis Taylor Fashion Assistant.
Twitter : @TheLewisTaylor

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

knitwear solved.

Along with pants and socks, knitwear is definitely one of the most worn items by all of us at 7th MAN. The high street provides an array of standard, and somewhat predictable knitwear options that everyone has become very used to.

We've always deemed it important to have a luxurious, indulgent jumper to save us carrying the duvet to work. Out of the office, a stylish knitwear alternative will never go a miss, however admittedly, it is hard to find. That bright red but comfortable hand knitted jumper we got for christmas is great for watching TV, but embarrassing to answer the door in. Happily, but somewhat overdue, we have put it safely to the bottom of our wardrobe as we've found a far better alternative.

AM Golhar knitwear keeps it masculine with somber hues and chunky styles. We are certain that any man can look stylish all year around with these flattering designs. Although it's cliché, the pieces do look great dressed up or down, and hold their own in any context. Consider the christmas jumper worn ironically and only once a year. AM Golhar has quite firmly taken its place.

By Lewis Taylor Fashion assistant


At 7th MAN we have always admired Wooyoungmi's designs for winter, particularly being a fan of her simplistic, and architecture-like designed coats. Her clean cut edges and the softness within her detailing works brilliantly on key pieces.

Wooyoungmi's Spring Summer collection maintains her signature element of style and boldness, without creating designs that are too extreme or forceful. If you're dressing for an occasion this summer, we love Wooyoungmi's casual suiting and unstudied coats, we can easily see this working for 'the everyday man'. is worth a visit for any sophisticated essential key pieces for this hot summer, which is apparently on its way?

By Lewis Taylor Fashion assistant.

Tuesday, 7 June 2011


At 7th MAN we are all excited summers on its way.. Until we came across the 'TSHIRT STORE' in Covent Garden we thought we were passionate about T's, but, it turns out these guys are the real deal! With the slogan 'dedicated to Tshirts', and promise to bring a new design every week, the "TSHIRT STORE' aims to breath new life
into Tshirts up and down our high streets. We love the variety, expression and price of everything and simply had to get our mitts on some of our favourite designs for the

If you want to make your/anyones newly born baby a massive gameboy there is an excellent selection for the tiney people. For the normal sized people, we particularly liked the Andre Lorenz stock.

The TSHIRT STORE also has a website to purchase everything nice n' easy online.

By Lewis Taylor Fashion assistant.