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Buck EDIT: Nomad

Buck EDIT: Nomad

Scarf by C.P Company, £75 Scarf as before. Knit jumper by Burberry, £495. Trousers £460, bangles (a selection between £84 and £169.95) both by J.W Anderson Hat by J.W Anderson, £made to order. Scarf by C.P Company, £75. Cardigan and jumper by Dries Van Noten from a selection from Harvey Nichols Necklace (worn around head) by Nicomede Talavera, £POA. Top by Luke Simon, £97. Shirt, £335 and shorts £370 both by Issey Miyake. Jacket by Raf by Raf Simons, £520. Scarves (around wrist) by Casely-Hayford, £79. Sandals by Poste from Office, £49.99 Top by Nicomede Talavera, £149 Trousers by Casely-Hayford, £260. Boots from Topman, £65. Scarf by Topman, £10...

RECENT FROM Buckstyle EDIT: Boy Banned

Buckstyle EDIT: Boy Banned...

A film by Oliver Warren Produced and styled by Celia-Jane Ukwenya Editorial Photography by Fabrice Lachant Hair by Helene Eriksson Make up by Vanessa Collins All models from d1 Models: Simon, Verner, Oskar, Dan Turner, Michael Special thanks to Reebok Lounge Music by East 17 (From Left to Right) Simon wears shirt by J.Lindberg, £140 from Harvey Nichols. Trousers by American Apparel, £32. Trainers by Reebok, £45. Oskar wears top by Uniqlo, £9.99. Jeans by Peoples Market, £40. Trainers by S***R, £75 from Asos. Daniel wears top by Carolyn Massey, £105 from Asos. Trousers by Uniqlo, £9.99. Trainers by S***R, £30 from Asos. Verner wears shirt by Martine Rose,...

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12 DESIGNER DAYS OF XMAS: PATRICK GRANT...

“This Christmas, Katie and I will be braving the icy winds up in Edinburgh at my Mother’s. We like to start Christmas Day with a lung busting hike up Blackford Hill, then back home for bucks fizz and bacon butties. When it comes to Christmas shopping, I love the arcades at Christmas; Burlington, Royal, Piccadilly; full of the most wonderful little shops, it feels Dickensian in the nicest possible way.” 1- E. Tautz Shetland handknit “The epitome of old world winter chic.” £208, available from Matches 2- IWC Portofino £1720, available at Deliciouswatches.co.uk “A little bit of a budget blower but who cares. Console yourself with the thought that...

That’s All Folks!

Dear Buckers This is my last post for Buck. We close today for good. Team Buck are all starting new projects and we no longer wish to continue this site so have decided to wave goodbye to our old friend Buck. I would like to thank all of our fans for sticking with us over the last couple of years. You have been incredible! When I launched Buck as a magazine back in October 2008, I thought it would work but didn’t realise how much it would connect with guys all over the world. I still receive emails weekly about articles we featured in our three little issues and I am so proud to have given a style...

That’s All Folks!
posted on: Jan 5, 2011 | author: Peter

Buck EDIT: Nomad

Scarf by C.P Company, £75 Scarf as before. Knit jumper by Burberry, £495. Trousers £460, bangles (a selection between £84 and £169.95) both by J.W Anderson Hat by J.W Anderson, £made to order. Scarf by C.P Company, £75. Cardigan and jumper by Dries Van Noten from a selection from Harvey Nichols Necklace (worn around head) by Nicomede Talavera, £POA. Top by Luke Simon, £97. Shirt, £335 and shorts £370 both by Issey Miyake. Jacket by Raf by Raf Simons, £520. Scarves (around wrist) by Casely-Hayford, £79. Sandals by Poste from Office, £49.99 Top by Nicomede Talavera, £149 Trousers by Casely-Hayford, £260. Boots from Topman, £65. Scarf by Topman, £10 Top, £99 and trousers, £149 both by Nicomede Talavera....

Buck EDIT: Nomad
posted on: Apr 20, 2010 | author: Peter

FASHION FORWARD: Bomber Man

It’s often totally weird where fashion trends emerge from. Thinking about the one item of men’s clothing that sums up the message of this season for me- the one thing that, if you pushed me, I’d say was the most on-trend, directional, must-have (yadda yadda), it’d be the bomber jacket. What we’re talking specifically about is the MA-1, a bomber-baseball jacket hybrid first created in the 50s to keep pilots warm. It’s an iconic piece of clothing, available across the world at every price point. But there is something in them that chimes with this season; something about the puffy volume, tempered by the fitted cuffs and hems. The zig-zag, quilted placket and knitted baseball collar of the...

posted on: Mar 22, 2010 | author: Peter

TOP 10: Sheer

With a whopping 3 days of sunshine in the past week (of course I will totally ignore the single digit temperature we endured), maybe it’s high time we started thinking of more light weight clothing options. Whether it’s a light cotton jersey top or a light weight knit, just embrace the sheer trend. Its certainly far to early to be getting too much skin out in the open (repress day dreams of Frisbee and cold ciders in the park), but certainly right to recognise that Summer is just around the corner, so why not throw a sheer gauze into the mix… Sheer cardigans, sheer panelling, or a full on head-to-toe sheer if you are brave enough. Before I...

posted on: Mar 11, 2010 | author: Peter

FASHION FORWARD: Head-To-Toe

posted on: Mar 10, 2010 | author: Peter

It’s new year’s day on Carnaby Street, the home of perennially naff sport and surf boutiques and the occasional dodgy fashion choice. Somewhere amongst the crowd I look, and have to look twice – a rather striking young man is wearing, of all the things in the world, the whole look 37 from Burberry Prorsum A/W 09. It’s the one with the tweed blazer, pinstripe trousers, printed t-shirt and knitted cummerbund belt. Broken down into pieces, it’s a look that plenty of stores bought, but I’m sure none of them expected their customers to wear it like that. Burberry Prorsum Autumn/Winter 09 Or should they? I think it’s time for head-to-toe, straight-up off the catwalk outfits to make a bit of a comeback. Or at least, wearing head-to-toe in one designer’s work. Or even some sense of designer loyalty (not to be confused with brand loyalty). Head-to-toe dressing doesn’t...

Spring Key Trend Themes: 5\ SCOUT

posted on: Mar 9, 2010 | author: Peter

The final theme in our series for Spring could be described as the one that is most ‘wearable’ and, in my opinion, most likely to take-off on the street. It’s the next stage on from the Hackney Farmer look, where the fixies and Broadway Market boys have gone camping. Practical and outdoorsy, this is a boyish look for all wannabe scouts and, dare I say it, ex-beavers.  A mix of nylon based tech fabrics with workwear materials like waxed cotton, flannel, denim and plaid make this look feel adult; combat shorts are worn with desert boots, chinos tucked into wellies, all under a British-summer-proof parka or cagoule. Backpacks – the only bag you’ll need for the season! – and styling touches such as long-johns under roughed-up shorts keep it looking modern. Resourceful and ready for anything, this is all-weather wear, perfect for a Summer of festivals, bike rides and...

TOP 10: Foam/Rubber Sole Shoes

posted on: Mar 4, 2010 | author: Peter

Clomp around town with maximum impact but minimum damage in these soft foam sole shoes: 1-Rupert Sanderson lace-up casual shoe £328 from Matches 2- ASOS chunky suede lace-up shoes £45 from Asos 3-Jil Sander jagged sole lace-up shoes £156 from Oki-ni 4- Opening Ceremony suede boots £189 from bStore available at Farfetch 5-Mastermind Japan lace-up ankle boots £815 from Farfetch 6- Tricker’s suede foam sole brogu £225 from YOOX 7- Red Wing Suede round toe work boot £149 from My-Wardrobe 8- Wing cap brogue Oxford shoe From £18.99 from Christophershoes 9- Grenson foam sole boot £298 Exclusive to Matches. 10- Churches Sahara desert boot £225 from Kurt...

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