It is an unexpected fact that the average British man is now reported to own nine pairs of shoes. Continue reading How many shoes should a man own?
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At the end of 2013, Tom Heber-Percy came across what he thought was a new cashmere sweater of his dad’s, and rather fancied it. When he discovered it was 30 years old, it struck him that they really don’t make them like that any more. And so his menswear label, Last of England, was born. Continue reading Men’s style: knitwear designed to last
The news that vitamin D may cut the risks of developing colds and flu will come as a boost to the multibillion-pound global vitamins business. Continue reading It’s far too easy to keep popping the vitamin pills
Private health companies are acting unethically by encouraging patients to pay for pointless and occasionally damaging health screening, doctors claim. Continue reading Private health companies urge pointless medicals
Repeated scandals to hit the establishment have eroded trust so dramatically that more people now expect their hairdressers to tell the truth than a police officer. Continue reading In God we used to trust, but now we prefer a hairdresser
Iran is to publish a catalogue showing permissible “Islamic” hairstyles for men. Continue reading Close shave for Iranians as regime rules on acceptable hairstyles