An essential guide to men’s styling from the UK’s leading male model.
Tips, advice and tools from globally renowned fashion and style experts that will help the man in the street understand the complex and often confusing world of men’s fashion.
Essex man David Gandy is the most successful male model of his generation. Here he explains how to turn a healthy gym habit into a lucrative recipe for living.
An interview with Welsh boxing legend Joe Calazaghe, all shots styled by Joe Ottaway.
Break free from the default setting of denim. From chinos to cords to seersucker, we give you the trousers that can easily and cost-effectively re-engineer your entire wardrobe.
People Like Me by Totty De Bouvier.
Until a few months ago, I admit to thinking of Reiss as just another mainstream, high-street brand – somewhere I might go if designer brands didn’t quite have what I wanted or were unreasonably expensive.
That was until Joe Ottaway, a personal stylist and friend of mine with impeccable taste and a great eye for detail in men’s fashion, (especially tailoring), made me look a little closer.
In need of a little Christmas gift inspiration? We invited menswear stylist Joe Ottaway to come in and create his Reiss gift wish list and give us the lowdown as to why every man should have one of these useful, beautiful and downright debonair pieces in his stocking.
David Gandy, one of the world’s top models and Joe Ottaway, an acclaimed stylist have collaborated to put together this insightful app using brands they love, including Reiss.
The British face of Dolce & Gabbana, David Gandy was the most famous male model in the country even before he was a guest of Jonathan Ross in April… and has now launched his own iPhone fashion app with the help of Liberty personal stylist Joe Ottaway.
David Gandy is about as super as male models get and probably best known as the face (and body) of Dolce and Gabbana’s Light Blue fragrance. His latest endeavour, however, is the ‘The David Gandy Men’s Styling App’, everything a man could wish to know about getting his look right at the touch of a finger.