With Wimbledon just days away and with Henley Royal Regatta around the corner – some recent finds.
Thee Pearly Kings and Queens represent over a hundred years of collecting for those in need.
Michael Fish, the man behind the brand Mr Fish, set a new standard for men’s tailoring in the 1960s.
Through fantastic images, the book tells the story of when Paul Carter met an English family, the Whitfields.
Don’t know what you lot are thinking of but we’re talking about his black leather jacket.
This piece channels the stillsuits worn by Frank Herberts fictional Fremen from his epic Dune novels.
Both jackets are cut from a yellow silk damask fabric with black silk reverse and turn back cuffs.
Albion Knitting Mills Wool produced these over-length custom letterman cardigans throughout the 40s, 50s and 60s.
The hero of the book is the proprietor of a hardware shop which is none other than the former F.W. Collins.