Weston’s funky Moc

Posted on April 1st, by Simon Crompton in Maison. No Comments

J M Weston has released a rather playful, upbeat video to accompany its new shoe for summer – Le Moc.

Shear Delight: The Golden Shears 2015

Posted on March 26th, by Aleksandar Cvetkovic in Arbiter, Events. No Comments

The final ceremony of the Golden Shears is quite possibly the most exciting evening in the tailoring realm’s social calendar. An evening where Savile Row’s brightest and best young apprentices see months of toil, sweat, tears, and no small amount of needle-pricked-fingers come to fruition.

Hublot enjoys 10 years of the Big Bang

Posted on March 24th, by Simon Crompton in Temporal. No Comments

Ten years ago, Watch brand Hublot created the Big Bang Gold Ceramic model, a watch which tried to bring together a juxtaposition of opposing materials, and the beginning of the Hublot Big Bang collection.

The Rebirth Of Wool Part I – An Exclusive Report In Issue 38 of The Rake

Posted on March 20th, by Nick Scott in Academy, Features. No Comments

The typical Rake reader is a debonair, sophisticated and painstakingly discerning creature, attuned to the very finest things life offers –character traits that are all tributaries to his zeal for perfection.

Corthay’s debut in China

Posted on March 19th, by Simon Crompton in Maison. No Comments

Celebrated in style by a shadow dance -accompanied dinner, Corthay has opened its first store in mainland China.

Camps de Luca: In Memory of the Place de la Madeleine

Posted on March 19th, by Aleksandar Cvetkovic in Arbiter, Atelier, Events, Maison. No Comments

Camps de Luca is one of those tailors which The Rake holds in particularly high regard. It sits alongside perhaps only a handful of other great tailoring establishments that can claim to be some of the most technically astute tailors in Europe (if not the world), and it bears all the hallmarks of a thorough-bred bespoke establishment; a compelling history, a generational family business and an immaculate attention to detail and craft.

The Signature suit from Hardy Amies

Posted on March 17th, by Simon Crompton in Atelier, Bespoken. No Comments

Hardy Amies have recently taken the innovative step of offering two suit styles that are partly made abroad, yet entirely cut and fitted by the cutters at 8 Savile Row.

Tautz’s practical spring overcoat

Posted on March 14th, by Simon Crompton in Atelier, Maison. No Comments

Continuing E Tautz’s intriguing combinations between traditional menswear and fashion-forward design, this Spring, is the Morecambe Storm-System Overcoat.

A Reminder of The Rake’s Reader Offer

Posted on March 9th, by Aleksandar Cvetkovic in Uncategorized. No Comments

Dear readers, just a reminder that The Rake is currently offering a complimentary gift to new subscribers, courtesy of luxury London perfumers Miller Harris.

Simply enter the promotional code MILLER HARRIS when you subscribe or renew your subscription online. Please note that this offer is only available to the first 150 readers to subscribe in certain European countries. Full details can be found below, or alternatively in Issue 38, available now…

More from Brent Pankhurst

Posted on March 8th, by Simon Crompton in Maison, Uncategorized. 1 Comment

We would like to alert readers to the recent expansion of the Pankhurst London grooming range – the brand started by Brent Pankhurst, who also runs fantastic barbershop on Newburgh Street in London.