15/15 Laurence finds out what current men's fashion says about the state we are in.
14/15 How did fashion in the 1980s reflect the greedy consumerism of the times?
13/15 Malcolm McLaren joins Lawrence to assess the partnership between pop music and fashion.
12/15 In the 1950s, Teddy Boys aped and subverted the styles of their social superiors.
11/15 Laurence celebrates the stars and the movies that have redefined mens' fashion.
10/15 How sportswear has influenced men's fashion since the French Revolution.
9/15 Not always for camouflage, 19th-century uniforms were vibrant and flattering.
8/15 Why did Victorian men dress ready for a funeral? Black embodied power and serious purpose.
7/15 In 19th-century Scotland, George IV's endorsement meant tartan and the kilt became cult.
6/15 Laurence robes up like Lord Byron, in the costume of an Albanian nobleman.
5/15 Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explores Beau Brummell, British fashion's most influential man.
4/15 Laurence visits Bath, the setting for the 18th-century revolution in men's clothing.
3/15 The restoration of Charles II seems to signal a return to the old sartorial order.
2/15 Men's clothing at the court of Charles I betrayed all the tensions of the age.
1/15 How clothes symbolised power, philosophy, taste, sexuality and personal expression.