Manchic has some pics of BHV Homme, an impressive newly-opened menswear emporium in Paris. The concept store stocks over 150 menswear labels, offering everything from shoes to shirts from both established names and up-and-coming designers. At 4 floors and 43,000sq ft, BHV Homme aims to be the one-stop shop for mens fashion- the question is, will this be attractive or intimidating to male shoppers?
Filed under: stuff, fashion, men
October 10, 2006 • 7:00 pm
There’s a great article in the inaugural issue of commons&sense man magazine on a new UK finishing academy for men offering a three-day training course on ‘the art of being a gentleman’.
Following the success of the ladies school, there have apparently been many male applicants keen to learn the art of good table manners, hosting skills, deportment, housecraft and the many other lectures offered, the aim of which is to “acquire mastery of how best to conduct yourself in a sophisticated fashion, whether in a business of leisure environment”.
Etiquette is most definitely on the rise so watch out- bowing and curtsying might become the new ‘have a nice day’!
The Finishing Academy
Filed under: Uncategorized, ettiquette, men