Dan F. Stapleton
Dan’s writing on style, travel and more has appeared in The New York Times, the Australian Financial Review, Condé Nast Traveller and others. He is based in Sydney. Follow him on Instagram
Buying made in Australia ensures ethically made garments while boosting local industry.
No matter how well you dress in the British capital, there's someone looking fresher than you.
Some may lament the falling away of traditional standards, but there's much to celebrate.
As loyal shoppers get older, ASOS and Topman have launched a new line targetting a more mature style.
Warmer weather is no excuse to let your sense of style slip.
Just like sugar free doesn't always mean healthy, vegan products can still have environmental impact.
As far as having a great sense of style is concerned, size definitely doesn't matter.
Unable to exit the spotlight gracefully, the tie is bringing down another wardrobe standard.
The star of Star Trek and Wonder Woman's sidekick is the king of leisure style.
You can still be stylish without looking like the oldest bloke at a Beiber concert.
It's a hard colour to pull off but be prepared to catch a bout of yellow fever.