POSTS USING TAG 'blazer'

The Blazer as we know it today has a naval connection having been named after the Captain of HMS Blazer (c.1845) dressed his crew in jackets of blue and white stripes. The term ‘Blazer’ to... Read More
We’ve had quite a few requests for overcoats over the last few months. Often men leave it a little too late though – they don’t ask for the overcoat until they’re too cold not ... Read More

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Loro Piana Cloth Representative, Gregorio Davico popped into the bespoke shop to show us some new cloth and have a chat with us. Gregorio has taken over from Gareth Crowe, who sadly passed away last y... Read More
I usually use the dry iron on my bench for pressing the parts of the jacket I’m working on, but occasionally I will use the vacuum table outside (pictured here).A dry iron, as the name implies, ... Read More
The launch party for Simon Crompton’s book The Finest Menswear in the World was held last Wednesday evening.Hosted by Cleverley and Anderson & Sheppard, the event took place at The Royal Ar... Read More
We had a visit today from Francesco Barberis, the Creative Director of Vitale Barberis Cononico. Established in 1663 and based in Biella Italy, Vitale Barberis Cononico is the worlds oldest recorded c... Read More
A British businessman's outfit, framed between the changing rooms of our Clifford Street store. The chalk stripe, double-breasted jacket is worn with a white shirt and pale-blue tie - the latter picke... Read More