About Men’s Flair


Men’s Flair is online magazine for men with flair for style and interests beyond fleeting looks of the season. It is written by style aficionados who live what they preach.

We glorify elegant style that is real, relevant and unpretentious, balanced between traditional and modern, trusting classics while acknowledging trends, with good taste being the main criterion.


Bilal Babic, editor
A publisher and self-confessed style addict. Deeply believes that flair for style completes the man.


Winston Chesterfield
An amateur composer, trained lawyer and style aficionado who blogs at venividivrai.blogspot.com. Winston lives in Westminster, London.

Aleksandar Cvetkovic
A full time student at Oxford University. He is also a self confessed dandy, tailoring enthusiast and connoisseur, looking to build a career in the menswear industry upon graduation. He blogs at thestudenttailor.blogspot.co.uk.


Andrew Williams
A London based blogger who writes at www.bespokeme.com. For him style is a frame of mind, not just a state of dress.

Andrew Hodges
A small-town Southern lawyer and author of A Southern Gentleman, a blog about classic style and culture in the American South.

Andrew Watson
A Tokyo-based editor of men’s style blog Maketh the Man (makethman.com) and an in-house writer for a Japanese multinational. He loves quality craftsmanship and tailoring, and the occasional beer or two.

Chris Hogan
An association executive based in Washington, D.C., blogs at OffTheCuffDC.com. A lifelong interest in style and clothing led to sales and management positions at several Ralph Lauren stores and an active wardrobe consulting practice.

Fok-Yan Leung
He can be found discussing men’s style at Styleforum.net.

Stephen Pulvirent
He blogs at thesimplyrefined.blogspot.com. Striving always for elegance and excellence, Stephen believes that whether it be dress, drink or diversion, it should be considered, explored, and enjoyed.

Simon Crompton
A journalist and a style enthusiast living in London, who blogs at permanentstyle.blogspot.com. He has too many suits.

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