Chances are that you have everything well in hand but just in case you are still pondering that last gift here are a few items for you to consider. Merry Christmas!
Anyone who has taken notice of leather trends in the past couple of years has seen Saffiano. It has been far more prevalent in purses and accessories for women but is equally suited to large and small acessories for men.… Continue Reading
You needn’t endorse the preppy look wholeheartedly to have some fun with this style. Take these accessories for example, a small dose of prep in the form of a belt, tie or
On now for a limited time is the Red Wing trunk show at Brooks Brothers. This is not an in store event but an online offering that features some exclusive styles from the heritage American boot maker.
Running the gamut from coats you’d be comfortable in heading down to the local pub as well as the classic overcoat you’ll want over a fine suit, these outerwear selections for autumn/winter will have you covered whatever the occasion might… Continue Reading
Hackett is what I would call a permanent style brand where tradition meets innovation leaving out the vagaries of fashion (and that’s a good thing). I admit we do see some of the same themes getting carried forward from season… Continue Reading
This glimpse into the new Hackett London Autumn/Winter collection has as it’s focus one particular accessory, the scarf. Since scarves are an easy way to add style to a winter wardrobe, I’ve added (where possible) outfits from the current collection… Continue Reading
With the versatility of being able to be worn with chinos, jeans as well as shorts, the polo shirt (in this case the Hackett polo) should have a special place in the Spring/Summer wardrobe of men everywhere. I have decided… Continue Reading
What impresses me the most about Jeremy Hackett and his namesake company is the devotion to updating classic men’s style and not pandering to the fashion of the moment. Jean Cocteau once said “Art produces ugly things which frequently become… Continue Reading
Back in 1939, the task of crafting a slogan to keep the populace from falling into despair was entrusted to an anonymous civil servant. It helped Britain through the war years and was then more or less forgotten until Stuart… Continue Reading