12 Tuesday, 20 October 2009 London Lite The Lite guy guide to running a club Spinning success: DJ Mark Doyle top SAVILE RoW tAILoR tIMotHY S avile Row-style tailoring at high street prices? it may sound too good to be true, but thanks to Marks & Spencers latest collection, in the stores now, you can acquire a whole wardrobe of high-end pieces for affordable prices. Designed as part of M&Ss 125th anniversary celebrations, the 125 Collection, by Savile Row tailor Timothy everest, offers fantastic separates. They can be mixed and matched in dozens of ways to create a versatile work wardrobe that makes the transition easily from autumn to those festive winter months. Key pieces include a blue velvet jacket (99), jewel- toned striped shirts (29.50), and a three-piece grey flannel suit (154, all items sold separately). This month also marked the launch of Simon Carters range of accessories for autograph, including bold silk ties, jewelled cufflinks and watches. So it looks as if the men on your Christmas list are all sorted. we wont tell them its not Savile Row if you dont. 125 Collection by Timothy Everest (except brogues and briefcase, sold elsewhere in store); ties and watches, all Simon Carter for Autograph at M&S. JENNIFER BARtoN Spendit! Hommeinon yourgreyhair nMICKEY ROURKE: actor, eccentric... style icon? Perhaps not, but the Rourkester, above, does wear a fine hat. We can reveal Mickeys milliner is Misa Harada, hatmaker to the stars (Cameron Diaz and Britney Spears are also fans). If taking Rourke as a style influence is just too out there, pretend youre channelling trilby- wearing Johnny Depp or Brad Pitt instead. From Fortnum & Mason, 168, or misaharada.com White shirt, 29.50, waistcoat, 25, trousers, 49.50, blue tie, 19.50, tasselled loafers, as before Marks,WANT to launch your own clubbing empire? Mark Doyle, founder of Hed Kandi and MD of the Fierce Angel record label and events brand thefutureisfierce. com, is the man in the know... Love your music You need a deep love of tunes. its a competitive industry and hard work -- you have to be dedicated and passionate. Get some backers Seek out investors like local radio stations, club owners or record labels who may want to up their profiles. Avoid big names if you hire star DJs, they wont be unique to your brand. its better to build up new talent you can sign exclusively. Find your DJs There are a million DJs out there. let it be known you are looking on the likes of Facebook, MySpace, dontstayin.com and ihouseu.com and theyll be in touch. Choose a venue You have to pay rent to a club as well as covering your costs, so start small. Pick a name Make it personal, catchy and original. Promote your event The websites mentioned above will let you plug club notes and upload press releases and photos. SIMoN BUttoN Striped blue shirt, 29.50, jacket, 80, trousers, 49.50, tie, 19.50, tasselled loafers, 55, briefcase, 119 FOR most men, a quick dip in the hair dye means a one-way ticket to mockery down the pub. But theres nothing wrong with a subtle freshening up, and at Daniel Hersheson, they can do just that. Gone are the days of deep brown dye turning you into a Ken doll clone. The Homme Colour Service offers a five-minute touch-up that will tone down rather than wipe out grey hair, meaning no re-growth. The effect, right, will last four weeks so no one need know the secret of your youthful looks. 35, Daniel Hersheson, daniel hersheson.com Boyszone index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html