Paris, Mr Porter, and Dalcuore visiting London

December 2nd 2015

A round-up of different notices today – three separate posts seems like overkill. First, I had the pleasure of putting together Mr Porter’s lead journal story last week – featuring some of our favourite craftsmen in ...

Paris, Mr Porter, and Dalcuore visiting London

   A round-up of different notices today – three separate posts seems like overkill.  First, I had the pleasure of putting together Mr Porter’s lead journal story last week – featuring some of our fa...

December 2nd 2015

Silk evening shirts at Emma Willis

October 12th 2011

Wing-collar shirts are flimsy things unless made in the detachable, collar-stud traditional manner. When attached to the shirt, the collar is inevitably too low and lacks the stiffness of the starched original. Precious few shirtmakers make a good de...

Silk evening shirts at Emma Willis

Wing-collar shirts are flimsy things unless made in the detachable, collar-stud traditional manner. When attached to the shirt, the collar is inevitably too low and lacks the stiffness of the starched original. Precious ...

ShirtsOctober 12th 2011

Two ways to get shirts altered: T&A, Emma Willis

August 22nd 2011

I used to wear bigger watches. Chunky, sporty things with chronometer dials and a leather strap. So when my pattern was first cut at Turnbull & Asser the cuffs were set quite wide – though slightly wider on the left than the right, of ...

Two ways to get shirts altered: T&A, Emma Willis

I used to wear bigger watches. Chunky, sporty things with chronometer dials and a leather strap. So when my pattern was first cut at Turnbull & Asser the cuffs were set quite wide – though slightly wider on the le...

ShirtsAugust 22nd 2011

Whether you suit pink, white or blue

July 7th 2008

Tradition has it that when British men came back from the war they only had two ties they felt they could legitimately wear – that of the military regiment they belonged to and that of the club they were a member of. Both were relatively plain,...

Whether you suit pink, white or blue

Tradition has it that when British men came back from the war they only had two ties they felt they could legitimately wear – that of the military regiment they belonged to and that of the club they were a member of. B...

StyleJuly 7th 2008