Throwing it back this Thursday we take a look at the styles we’ll never forget from the noughties.
Circa 2001 features David Beckham and his mohawk……fast forward a day later and it’s the hottest trend to come out of the noughties so far. Thankfully this didn’t last too long and David clearly realised that this wasn’t one of his better hairstyles, so by 2002 we were met with the fauxhawk. A more toned down socially acceptable version of the mowhawk which did not include having the sides of your head shaved so you look like something out of prison break. Trend it may have been but we think we’ll stick to styling our hair with some Baxter of California clay pomade.
With the likes of Ashton Kutcher and icon Britney Spears wearing trucker hats, it was never going to be long before everyone was wearing them. Predominantly used by rig drivers for their long drives Trucker hats became a fashion staple of the noughties, but it wasn’t just any old trucker hat, remember Von Dutch? Ahh yes the infamous Von Dutch, if it was good enough for JT, it was good enough for us.
Fast forward to 2017 and it is now socially acceptable to wear trucker hats once again! So now’s the time to dust off that box you stored in the spare room and dig out your trucker, or alternatively you could just check out our mens hats category to see our latest selection.
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Remember these? Designed by Alain Mikli, the pointless ‘shutter shades,’ which shielded no protection from the actual sun were made famous by Kayne West when he wore them for his stronger music video in 2007. Little did he know that shutter shades would become the latest accessory that every man, women and child had to have. Like any trend though, eventually the hype died down and with it our Myspace page, along with endless photos of us styling out the shutter shade trend.
The simplest style to become a global trend, the drawstring backpack was the noughties answer to a man bag. Thankfully Adidas and Nike have gone on to produce much more effective ways to carry your everyday essentials…….
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If you didn’t have some form of bling or statement patch on the back of your jeans then who even were you? Showing off your back pockets had to be done in the noughties, the more elaborate the better. Thankfully this style came and went and today more subtle designs such as our Nudie, Edwin and Stone Island designs can be found in our mens jeans category. Or if you do want to channel your inner Ed Hardy on a much more toned down scale then try our Vivenne Westwood designs.