Thomas Stubbs is a leading menswear stylist and writer. Stubbs trained in women’s wear design at Middlesex University, graduating in 1992 with a double first class B.A. Hons in Fashion Design. His final runway show won many accolades, including significant coverage in The Face magazine. Moving immediately into men’s styling, he worked on pivotal Nineties men's magazine brand Loaded during its fledgling years as a stylist and fashion editor, developing a directly masculine and straight-up attitude towards gutsily embracing menswear & style. While honing his styling skills during this period, he began writing for The Sunday Times Style in 2000. In 2003 He became Style’s first menswear columnist with ‘Talking Trousers’. Stubbs is currently The FT How To Spend It's 'The Sharpener' menswear columnist and contributing fashion editor to British GQ.