Worn for centuries in European monasteries, it looks like the monk-strap is going to be the shoe to watch this autumn. This Methuselah of style was reportedly brought back from the continent by an English monk who has his eye… Continue Reading
Crafted from aircraft-grade anodized aluminum and premium wood veneers, STACT based in Vancouver Canada, sets a new standard for simplicity, usability and style with its modular wine racks.
A multi vintage Isle of Arran making using of ex- sherry (butts & hogshead) and ex-bourbon (barrels) oak while making use of unpeated and peated whisky. The cask make up consists of 24 casks dating back to 1996 although the… Continue Reading
Featuring the work from a veritable who’s who of photographers such as David Bailey, Cecil Beaton, Anton Corbijn and Linda McCartney among other notables, Taschen takes us through a photographic journey of London from Victorian times to the present with ‘London.… Continue Reading
Laurent Ferrier might be making some of the coolest, most understated, and yet overtly drool-worthy (if you’re a watch-nerd) watches on planet earth. The former head of development for that little company owned by the Sterns continually improves his offerings… Continue Reading
Although this type of belt is usually linked to classic East Coast Preppy style, these can be worn by any man seeking to inject some colour and pattern into his warmer weather wardrobe. I tend to wear this type of… Continue Reading
As proof that anything that can be branded will be branded, is the new limited edition whisky release from Suntory to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones. Don’t get me wrong, the idea of blending
As a reinvention of the traditional moccasin, the driving moc has cemented its place as a classic summer shoe. Because it maintains the flexibility and comfort of a traditional moccasin, but increases longevity with the addition of rubber pads on… Continue Reading
Marking the next major step in the Christie’s e-commerce strategy, Signature Cellars, an auction of fine and rare wines kicks off the first in a series of online-only auctions for the company. This move is no surprise given the success… Continue Reading
Sir Peter Blake, considered the “godfather” of British Pop art has turned 80 years old and to celebrate this momentous achievement, The Macallan has produced a unique, limited edition art piece, The Macallan and Sir Peter Blake celebrate eight decades.