Frederic Malle: Cologne Indelebile

Posted on May 25th, by Simon Crompton in Maison. No Comments

The latest release from master Frederic Malle promises to be one of his most successful, given that it combines the elements of a classic men’s cologne with the distinctiveness that always sets his scents apart.


The Toast of Fortnum’s

Posted on May 23rd, by Sufiyeh Hadian in Consume. No Comments

Established luminaries of the culinary world gathered in London’s Piccadilly last night for the third annual Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards.


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

Posted on May 21st, by Nick Scott in Academy, Features. No Comments

It’s impossible to overstate how remarkable a gift mankind has been bestowed when it comes to the fleece of sheep; a renewable evolutionary marvel that regulates the body temperature of these mammals in all climates. It’s wool is the most versatile textile fibre known to humanity, and has been one of our most precious natural resources since sheep were first used for clothing man around 10,000 years ago.


An Exclusive Offer for Our Rakish Readers

Posted on May 19th, by Sufiyeh Hadian in Uncategorized. No Comments

Receive a limited edition travel skincare set courtesy of the Murdock London gents when you purchase or renew a subscription to The Rake today.*


Floris bespoke perfumes

Posted on May 18th, by Simon Crompton in Bespoken. No Comments

Floris of London has just launched two new offerings for the most enthusiastic of perfume lovers: bespoke customisation and full bespoke perfume design experiences.


William & Son: the next chapter

Posted on May 16th, by Simon Crompton in Bespoken. No Comments

On June 1 2015, William & Son will move its operations to 34-36 Bruton Street, a new Mayfair location that will allow its full range to be made and displayed under one roof.


Tudor Watch & the Hudson River Crusade

Posted on May 15th, by Sufiyeh Hadian in Features, Temporal. No Comments

James Bowthorpe, the modern British man of adventure, takes on a perilous journey north of the Hudson River and back – from high in the Adirondack Mountains on a 300 mile mid-winter descent through snow and ice to New York City on a boat made entirely from city waste.

Savile Row goes to Washington

Posted on May 15th, by Sufiyeh Hadian in Events, Features. No Comments

The Rake’s very own Nicholas Foulkes has tipped his curators hat to a new exhibition with Savile Row Bespoke in the land of the free.


Mr Porter & Kingsman introduce their Second Season

Posted on May 14th, by Sufiyeh Hadian in Features. No Comments

Following on from the world’s first commercially tailored film, Mr Porter have announced a second season from their best-selling luxury label Kingsman, launching online today.


Emma Willis introduces the Matka Tie

Posted on May 11th, by Simon Crompton in Maison. No Comments

Made entirely at their Gloucester-based factory, an 18th century townhouse in the centre of the city, the newly launched Matka Tie builds on Emma Willis‘s dedication to English craftsmanship.