Thomas Stubbs always loved style. Consequently he became a menswear stylist, writer and presenter. Stubbs trained in women’s wear design at Middlesex University, graduating in 1992 with a first class B.A. Hons in Fashion Design. His final year runway show ‘Shaza-Chic’ won accolades, including coverage in The Face magazine. 

Moving into men’s styling Stubbs worked on pivotal Nineties men's magazine brand Loaded during its fledgling years as a stylist and Fashion Editor, also beginning writing too, developing his direct, straight-up embrace of menswear & style. 

Stubbs began writing for The Sunday Times Style in 2000, becoming Style’s first menswear columnist with ‘Talking Trousers’. (By the grace of the gods) Stubbs is currently The FT How To Spend It's 'The Sharpener' men’s style & luxury columnist. Also Contributing Fashion Editor to British GQ, and has been an Editor at Large for The Rake magazine for over ten years. He still cannot spell that well though, eek face emoji.

Stubbs presides over the style profiles of various media men and musicians including film actors such as Luke Evans and Ed Skrien, David Gray and TVs Dermot O’Leary, as well as a cast of extraordinarily well-dressed private clients.