The 20 Best Men’s Boot Brands to Know About in 2022

Andrew M. Santos

As the weather turns colder, men look to their wardrobes to ensure they’re ready to acclimate to the snowy season. And while clothing can be adapted and layered to work for the colder season, footwear requires a dramatic change. It’s time to say goodbye to sandals and canvas low-tops and hello to warm winter boots from the best boot brands built to withstand the elements.

Whether you’re ready for the cold or not, it does bring an excuse to invest in some of the best men’s boot brands out there. Boots are great for the 9-5 worker, the blue collar fellow, and these brands should be your go-to’s.

1. Red Wing

Boots from this American brand have been put through their paces over the years, having been worn by families during the US depression and by soldiers across two World Wars.

Today, Red Wing’s legendary worker boots are as strong

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Where Interior Design Meets Fashion

Andrew M. Santos

Interior design as a business and a creative practice is experiencing a renaissance not seen since probably the Renaissance when people dramatically re-evaluated their ideas of public vs. private urban spaces as well as divergent functional needs for the places of dwelling, labor, and leisure. The COVID-19 global lockdowns upended centuries of “common sense” about organizing shared spaces around day-to-day activities. A home turned into everything: office, gym, quiet study and loud entertainment center, industrial-grade food storage facility, childcare program, and a place of worship. It became clear the New Normal was overdue for a major redesign. The once-niche market is projected to grow at an impressive 8% compound annual growth rate to reach $255 billion annual valuation within five years. The next generation of in-demand interior designers and architects will be informed by the post-pandemic vision of co-working and co-living, in style.

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Tax-free fashion: why Spain is our new favourite shopping destination | Limitless Spain

Andrew M. Santos

Think Spanish fashion, you might think heritage houses such as Loewe and Balenciaga. You might think of craft tradition – artisanal leather and intricate wickerwork. Or some of the world’s most coveted shoes, from Manolo Blahniks to Castañers, or emerging brands making waves such as Hereu and Mercules. You may well think of El Corte Inglés, grown from a small tailor’s shop in Madrid into the biggest department store group in Europe – where you’ll find all of the above. And now, you can think that you might get a lot more Spanish shopping for your money …

UK visitors to Spain can now claim up to 15.7% IVA (essentially Spanish VAT) on shopping to take back home, from handbags to handsets, with no minimum spend – one of the highest tax refund rates in the world for Brits.

And El Corte Inglés is offering extra benefits on top for

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