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Man Meets Fashion

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Man Meets Fashion is a London based Fashion Blog founded by Nathan Lewis. Writing about the latest wardrobe essentials for the 'Modern Gent', I was delighted when the opportunity arose to share my men's accessories with him.

Image: Discussing the finer things in life over some great Origin coffee from the boys at Hubbard & Bell. Photo by Nathan Lewis.

We were so pleased when we found out we'd been featured on the blog. Here's a snippet from Nathan's post 25 February 2015.

"Last year whilst at a exhibition for all things British designed i met up with founder of Pipét Design Gina Pipét who creates some of the finest silk accessories for both women and men. I was introduced to the men’s collection of pocket squares and bow ties and was instantly taken by the prints and patterns".

"Each design has it’s own story which has been inspired from Gina’s travels and photography. In this post I’m wearing the Estate pocket square. A great eye catcher for any gents suit".

"It’s always nice to come across and meet independent designers who put all their pride and knowledge into their products, it makes wearing them that bit more special".


Images: Courtesty of Nathan Lewis, photography (here and above) by Shariq Siddiqui

The Estate pocket square really finishes off Nathan's outfit, and looks great with his grey houndstooth blazer and navy tie.

It's an honour for us to be featured on the first Man Meets Fashion outfit post of 2015, and we're especially proud as we know that Nathan only dresses in items that he genuinely loves!

I found Nathan to be a really friendly and interesting chap, and it was so fascinating to get a behind the scenes look at what the day-to-day running of a blogger's life is like. Check out the full post and be sure to follow Nathan's style picks and fashion reviews on the Man Meets Fashion blog.


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