Trousers are the final frontier on the noble ninefold path to suit enlightenment. Though often overlooked, the humble trouser is as nuanced and sophisticated as the suit jacket, as The Rake's Founder & Editor-in-Chief explains.
One had the social cachet, the other a magic touch in the workshop, and together Tommy Nutter and Edward Sexton dragged Savile Row into the modern era, writes Tom Stubbs. Nearly half a century later, Sexton might be part of the establishment he once helped storm, but his maverick spirit remains undimmed.
For the first time, Ai Weiwei holds his first major exhibition in Britain at the Royal Academy of Arts. Regarded as one of China's 'most dangerous' men, Weiwei has since produced new and monumental installations which are bound to cause some controversy in truly Rakish style.