POSTS USING TAG 'handkerchief'

Handkerchief, hanky, pockets square - there are a number of names we use to describe them. But before the term 'handkerchief'  was adopted, it was more common place for it to be referred to a 'ke... 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
The design of this bespoke green corduroy jacket is elevated by its bellows pockets - hip and outbreast - and half belt. Worn with a roll neck sweater and woollen handkerchief from the Clifford Street... Read More
The reason I like the style of Mad Men is because the characters care about their clothes. They are allowed to care – caring is part of the professionalism of the job and about how they portray ... Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
This past month I’ve been learning a lot about the different lays for different types of suit. A lay is the way the sections of a suit are arranged on the cloth, and there are lots of permutatio... Read More
I have worked at Anderson & Sheppard for the past ten months. I started working in the last week of September 2016. This coincidentally was the same week I should have returned to University.Before I ... Read More
I’ve been an apprentice coatmaker at Anderson & Sheppard for a year now. Prior to this I was at Newham College, doing the 18-month bespoke tailoring course that a few other apprentices were on a... Read More
The term espadrille is French and comes from the word in the Occitan language, which originates from “espardenya” in Catalan.  In Catalan is meant a type of shoes made with “esp... Read More
Today we received a visit from Sam Goates, founder of artisan cloth Woven in the Bone.  Sam came down from Scotland to review cloth samples with Colin for three new Anderson & Sheppard house twee... Read More