Male God from England Theo James; for Hong Kong Yahoo Life Style

The day could not start without the appreciation of some Theo James news. Featuring today, after a full on cover of APUSH material homework I had to to last night, is Mr. James in the latest news for Hong Kong Yahoo Style. Theo James talks about his childhood memory regarding the fragrance as he is in the common well known ambassador for Hugo Boss in their new fragrance The Scent. Read the translated interview down below and get a new glimpse at the new stills released:

To be able to serve as the new men’s fragrance BOSS series of spokesmen, what you think?
I really feel very honored, and I always appreciate the concept behind BOSS fragrance, the fragrance of classic and modern art is not the same spark clashes. Advertising interpretation of the brand essence of this time, I also reflected on the unique fragrance of the taste and attitude.  

What are your childhood memories about the smell?
I would think, “tea”, I like tea, especially the smell of tea, it makes me feel comfortable, cozy, very British, right?

Will you use the fragrance every day?
Usually I use occasionally, because I feel no need to use it every day. I always feel that fragrances should be left to some important occasions – It needs to make you feel good and confident to use. But I used to be used to consistently with a fragrance, because I think that this fragrance will naturally and become their own personality, smell is a part, people do know who I am.

You get used to the perfume spray where?
I follow the classical traditional methods – a little spray on the wrist, neck, sides and back of the neck.  

How can I keep the most stylish side? What tips can you share with us?
Whenever you work long hours, it is inevitable to a certain point, you’ll look tired, it is necessary to drink water, because if the body, the skin once missing water, your whole look will be more tired, there have been a few times in the movie filmed in some of their predecessors or the staff told me an important share of water. Another “secret” is the salt, heard extraordinary share absorb excessive salt on the body is not a good thing, because it makes the face becomes swollen, though not hundred percent certification whether this is true, but I think this is a rather interesting theory.

Your personal daily care program, what makes it unique?
I really enjoy the process of shaving, so I pay special attention and demand a simple, razor sharp and high quality after-shave care products help my skin care, in addition to beyond that, I basically do not have to carry  care products that can travel. Honestly, I do not care what the ground-breaking law, but when I have a lot of time to walk to work every year around the world, shooting, president inevitably face some barb or beard stubble, a sharp razor will be able to put them thoroughly scrape!

Theo James- Behind the Scenes Photos for Hugo Boss, by ‘Fine Life’ 

Theo James has been spotted everywhere these past couple of days; from being in TV commercials for his new role as the ambassador for Hugo Boss’ new fragrance The Scent, to having a romantic stroll with girlfriend Ruth Kearney in Prague. Fine Life has revealed new behind the scenes photos of Theo and model Natasha Polley during the filming of the commercial:

   
    
    
   

SCANS: Theo James for ESQUIRE Malaysia & Singapore November 2015 Issue

Theo James has not concluded his all time appearance for Hugo Boss as their new ambassador for their new fragrance The Scent. In this new interview with ESQUIRE Singapore Magazine, Theo talks things down about the meaning of “feminism” towards him, his family, and the all philosophical movement of Socrates about a one to one talk with his fans instead of taking selfies. Read the scans below that have been purchased by me personally and the second edition copies released by TheoDorky, and stay tuned for the video interview coming soon:

Second Edition Scans:

   

    
    
    
 

Theo James Talks to ‘Esquire’ About Hugo Boss Fragrance 

In a new released interview, Theo James talks to Esquire about his new fragrance, The Scent for his ambassador campaign by Hugo Boss. 

Hugo Boss recently released a new fragrance “Boss: The Scent,” with the intention of bringing romance offline and back into the real world, where it belongs. Fittingly, actor Theo James of Downton Abbey fame is the face of this new fragrance. We recently had some time to sit down with him to discuss “The Scent” and the state of men’s grooming worldwide.

How does “Boss: The Scent” differ from past Boss fragrance releases?

Well, I don’t know if you’ve seen their marketing stuff, but they found this specific fruit in South Africa, which has a very unique smell. It’s kind of rich and also quite subtle. It’s never been used before. It’s a random little piece of fruit from the wilds of south Africa. So they’ve created a whole new smell, which encompasses a kind of departure for them—going for a little bit of edge, a little bit of darkness in the undertones, if that makes sense.

In this age, with instant gratification and online dating, do you see seduction as a lost art?

It is tricky because big things are changing, as you say. Now we kind of share pictures of ourselves during daily activities on a daily basis. That kind of sense of mystery goes a little bit, then.

Absolutely.

I think I’m more old school as well. I kind of like the idea of keeping a little bit of myself to myself.

Agreed. How would you say a man’s smell affects the way people perceive him? 

If he stinks then…

That’s not going to be good. But do you think a great cologne can really attract a partner?

Yes, I do think that. [Women] particularly respond to smell, and they also have a good sense of memory in terms of men. I think it’s very important for a man to wear a good fragrance.

What kind of scents do you like? More incense or more citrus? 

I quite like subtle scents. I don’t like overpowering smells.

One spray and walk into it?

Yeah, kind of. [Laughs] Yeah, that kind of thing rather then being overpowered.

Men’s grooming has steadily been rising over the past couple years, and brands like Kiehl’s and Hugo Boss have become irreplaceable in a man’s medicine cabinet. To what do you attribute this?

I think there’s more of a push towards quality. Especially now that there’s a globalization of the market. Now you’re able to purchase whatever you want, so it’s maybe a little bit more [acceptable for] a man to look after himself, too.