Men's Fashion

Men’s Fall/Winter Coats & Jackets – Let’s Talk More About ‘Style’ Rather Than ‘Trends’

Posted December 23, 2011 by Recultured Team

Written by Jason Lin (an occasional contributor to ReCultured ), posted by Elaine Lin Before reading this article further, please humour me and ask yourselves these questions: 1) When shopping for new clothes, is your mindset to go in, find something that looks relatively ‘safe’ and comfortable, and then get out ASAP? 2) Do you own […]

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Accessories

Recovery Accessories- Embellishing the Taiwanese Street Culture

Posted December 5, 2011 by Recultured Team

“A moment becomes a piece of memory while words under wisdom becomes a classic phrase” – Recovery 2011 Established since 2009, Recovery, a Taiwanese accessory brand, has been renown for its accesssories’ underlying values that rethinks the taken-for-granted beliefs of life. For the previous seasons, they have incorporated various symbolic elements into their design concepts […]

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Hair & Beauty

John Casablancas – The Answer to Friendly and Cheap Hair Services

Posted November 4, 2011 by Recultured Team

Have you ever paid $20, $30, $40, or more for a hair cut or colour, only to leave dissatisfied with the result? Have you ever wished you could find a hair salon that charges a more reasonable price for hair services? Disclaimer: John Casablancas’ hair students may be better at cutting girls’ than guys’ hair. According […]

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First Date Advice For The Ladies

Posted October 28, 2011 by Recultured Team

I’m sure I’m not alone when I say I’ve spent hours getting ready for the first date in order to impress, and then end up failing. Men are very visual people. I learned it the hard way that more is not always better. On the contrary, keep the mantra “less is more” in mind for the […]

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Style

Fashion Designer Focus: Ossie Clark

Posted October 18, 2011 by Recultured Team

The memory of the 60s shall forever remain the decade of revolution and change. And this was certainly not amiss in the fashion world. English fashion designer Ossie Clark swung the sixties into geometric patterned-dresses with short hemlines—the foundation for the miniskirt— which, in short, was called the Hoopla dress. Though this was an iconic […]

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