In this article, we provide an overview of Cordovan, the Edward & James line, and the Rushton boot.
iTailor is a professional state-of-the art tailoring factory, offering direct factory prices to their customers. Their suits, sports jackets and trousers are well made. And don’t forget to have a shirt or shoes custom made!
Twillory is a startup company going online to offer directly to the customer high quality shirts without excessive markup. Most shirts are only $79 However, they are actually building on top of their company’s heritage which started in 1892. Their history in manufacturing began in Austria at the turn of […]
What a great concept – you can be your own shoe designer! The process is even fun. There are so many different choices so you can have the exact combination of colors where you want them on your shoes.
I just got a great shirt from Natty Shirts! Nice fabric – I chose 100% super fine Egyptian cotton weaved in 100 single cotton yarn and mercerized for zero shrinkage and a silky smooth feeling, and only $99. Removable plastic collar stays and an extra metal pair was included. Seven front […]
Are these G & G shoes the Most Beautiful EVER? Just got these incredibly beautiful shoes from Tony Gaziano & Dean Girling! They are Bates loafers, wholecut in Vintage Pine with brogueing on the toe. Remember they just announced their new revised website and online boutique: We are pleased to […]
When I was at the Pitti in Florence I stopped by the Edward Green booth and had a nice talk with Hilary (as usual) and had the pleasure of meeting Matthew Allen. Matthew measured me for shoes and we decided on the Newbury in Burnt Pine (888 last). Got them last week and they are absolutely beautiful.
An innovative t-shirt? Yep! The comfort of the RibbedTee, combined with it’s cooling effect, no bunching construction, and tailored cut make it simply the best t-shirt you can get your hands on.
W.W. Chan & Sons in Hong Kong is one of the most respected tailors in the world. They provide the highest quality craftsmanship and fabrics and their tailors travel to you for the perfect measurements.
and a second W.W. Chan suit bought in the U.S., the S 130 Vitale Barberis Canonico.