The Cooper Collar, also known as the California collar, describes a shirt where one-piece is cut on the bias all the way from about the third shirt button, up around the collar, and back down. The effect is a collar that stands on its own, remaining perfectly parted for those jacket and odd trouser days, […]
Design is when form meets function. Ravazzolo, a Venetian tailoring house, is modernizing luxury menswear with their take on subdued elegance, weaving exclusive fabrics that perform with the best in the market. We spoke with CEO Andrea Ravazzolo about the heritage of the brand, his vision of the future of tailoring and what it takes […]
Last night, renowned Italian designer, Domenico Vacca, celebrated the grand opening of his new flagship destination off of Fifth Avenue. In expected opulence, the 10-story building includes the works—men’s and women’s retail, a bespoke atelier, an Italian espresso bar & café, barber shop, beauty salon, rooftop terrace, art gallery, private members-only club, and 30 long-term […]
Evocative of 60’s Savile Row, the subtley subversive tailoring that made Tommy Nutter a standout, Joseph Abboud toed the line of classic suiting by adding a dash of irreverent flair. That same rebellious spirit carried the Fall ’16 collection through jacquard, flannel, tweed, corduroy and velvet– with accouterments to boot– all proudly made in the […]
In collaboration with our friends from Rampley & Co., the gentlemen from 13 Savile Row (or more affectionately known as Cad & The Dandy) lent their expertise to a series of videos that detail classic tailoring.