Location: London. But not for long, because the erstwhile English Gentleman feels his heart beating to the syncopated rhythm of the salsa beat put there by South American beauty Danielle. So, he’s trading in his current digs and switching up his hemispheres, now destined for the warm sunshine, as well as the burgeoning affection and warm embrace of his mystical raven-haired temptress.
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.
Turnbull & Asser has teamed up with luggage specialist Globe-Trotter, creating a collection of limited edition luxury cases
Eilean Donan castle provides the backdrop to the shoot for Gieves and Hawkes‘ Autmn/Winter collection. Here are some previews of the collection.
The Rake looks at the finest details of St. James’s most treasured occupants and experts in a number of charming short films. Sharing tips and expertise, the craftsman of Jermyn St. explain the nuances involved in caring for and prolonging the life of a gentleman’s wardrobe. From polishing ones brogues, to folding away your Panama, this is just part of the charm of St. James’s. Watch and learn…
For its latest expressions, the endlessly creative shoemaker we know and love – Maison Corthay – has come up with three models that offer an unusual take on classic men’s footwear.
The Dashing Tweeds store had its big, real opening last night, with the store completely refurbished and all the neighbours out to celebrate.
At The Rake we have been consistent fans of the Hardy Amies blog, which follows in the footsteps of the wonderful ABC of Men’s Fashion (1964). This week, the writers highlighted a post on the humble deckchair.
Woodchuck USA is on a mission to make sustainable, stylish products and, in the process, brings some jobs back to America
Ermenegildo Zegna presents the Ermenegildo Zegna Couture SS 2015 fashion show movie directed by Johan Söderberg. An unconventional cut, a different view on the latest spring-summer show designed by Stefano Pilati.
In the third of our posts rounding up the shows at London Collection:Men, we look at two interesting alternatives to the tailored mainstream: Orlebar Brown and Richard Nicoll.