Whenever we speak about men's fashion, the term that pops up in mind is 'metrosexual
The word metrosexual
first coined in the book "Male Impersonators: Men Performing Masculinity" in 1994 by Mark Simpson but the term got the buzz in 2002 when the same journalist used the terminology in 2002 in salon.com.
I have always seen myself as metrosexual
and in touch with my feminine side Broadcaster Angus Deayton Crossover?
is a word that is used to label men in the urban and big cities which show immense importance on the physical part of themselves.
'Vetrosexuals' are 25 to 34 years old, usually single and more likely to still live at home than their older metrosexual
counterpart, as identified by research from Nottingham Trent University.
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Terms such as the "metrosexual
' and the "post-metrosexual" man do get thrown about a lot.
And instead of staring at a preened, eyebrow-plucked, wrinkle-removed, moisturised metrosexual
woof, they'll see a fat, XXXX-swigging, foulmouthed, macho man who knows how to treat a Sheila.
Dear Mama, What do you think of this metrosexual
But then I am mixing in a rarefied metrosexual
elite" Broadcaster Evan Davis on the success of "sophisticated" American TV programmes "Some people take days, weeks even, getting inside a character, getting under his skin, working out how he thinks, what makes him tick.
"The rise of the metrosexual
man shows no signs of slowing," says Peter Gregg of UKBATHROOMs.com.
The change in men's self-presentation practices has seen the emergence of the term "metrosexual
" (Simpson, 1994, 2002) as a label for these men.