Latest Menswear Trends: Spring/Summer 19
Given that this is the UK and Summer pretty much consists of 4 days in June, don't put away your coats just yet. When worn over lighter layers, or even just a t-shirt, that duster coat can be worn all year round.Read more
Wedding Guest: Morning Coat vs Lounge Suit
And besides - just about everyone looks better in a Morning Coat. As long as it fits.
A Brief History: Turn Ups
The origin of the Turn-Up is attributed to Edward VII (Prince of Wales). At a time when most roads were really just paths and people still travelled by horse, many...Read more
Ross - A Peaky Blinders Wedding
Brief: Something Thomas Shelby would approve of Cloth: 3- Piece - Harrisons - Fine Classics. 11 oz Pure Wool Suiting. Electric Blue Herringbone. Lining - Bespoke: Photographic Collarless Shirt - Acorn - Prince...Read more
The Olympics ft. Run DMC
- Solo synchronised swimming - one for those who enjoy an oxy-moron, the event caused an elegant splash in LA 1984 but wasn’t seen again after 1992.
Best Dressed Men - Oscars 2019
Normally I don't advocate wearing a waistcoat with Black Tie but Sam Rockwell made it work because of how well it all fits. If you are going to wear one make sure that either it is long enough or that your trousers sit high enough to avoid Rami Malek's mistake of having a bit of white shirt on display.Read more
The 5 Best Dressed Men at the Brits
- The 1975 take the top spot for eschewing the usual gushing thank yous in favour of using their acceptance speech to highlight a cause they care about. And because they’ve followed the black tie dress code impeccably.
Olly - A Woodland Wedding
Brief: Fantastic Mr Fox's Woodland Wonder Cloth: Coat and Trousers - Porter & Harding - Glorious Twelfth. 11 oz Pure Wool Suiting. Navy with red and gold window pane check. Waistcoat...Read more
Kipper and Cod - Tailoring Slang Unpacked
Kipper : A "Lady" tailor or "tailoress".
So called because back in the day, as women began to infiltrate Savile Row, they would go around in pairs in order to avoid being left alone with a randy old tailor.