Held in the stunning penthouse suite of Claridge’s Hotel, The Rake hosted the first party for London Collections: Men, in association with the British Fashion Council.
The Rake examines the life of Gabriele D’Annunzio: a raffish gent whose capacity for untrammeled theatrics was exceeded only by his yen for style — at least, when opting to wear clothes.
A familiar face will be moving into No. 8 Savile Row this Autumn. Although still occupying No 4, Hardy Amies is now to be seen in a new flagship store just a few doors down.
Vitale Barberis Canonico of Pratrivero, Italy – one of the oldest woollen mills in the world – is launching a range of technical fabrics in its Earth, Wind & Fire collection.
Hermes has launched a typically irreverent app, giving men the world over a way to see, play and learn about house’s famous ties
With an imposing 25-foot statue of himself gracing the front of Selfridges, Rick Owens is certainly making his presence felt as his new collection is welcomed into the London department store.
Paul Stuart has always been great at producing distinctive tailoring with exceptional quality. Since Ralph Auriemma took over as creative director, adding the mainline to his Phineas Cole work, there has been a touch more dandy to the collections – and Autumn/Winter 2014 is no exception.
In a superbly elegant meeting of art and fashion, architect Frank Gehry is to design window displays for Louis Vuitton stores, featuring sail-like shapes billowing out from behind the glass
Last month we posted some preview images of the Gieves & Hawkes A/W video in Scotland. The full video was worth the wait
Well-made boots are a highly tactile pleasure to wear – on a par with great expanses of leather in weekend bags or leather jackets. When the boots are made by superb French brand JM Weston, the pleasure is particularly keen
Here at The Rake, we covet few things more than a length of smooth, superfine Merino wool suiting cloth, awaiting its miraculous transformation into a bespoke sports coat.