More from Tom Chamberlin
Poetic Justice: Henry Cavill
Superman is back — and so is Henry Cavill, the quintessential British gent making the American icon his own.
Rake-In-Progress: Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Oliver Jackson-Cohen is so tall he towers over most other actors (which can be a problem). Soon, we reckon this emerging British talent will be a metaphorical giant of the business, too.
Pocket Guide: Toby Bateman of Mr Porter
Toby Bateman, the Managing Director of Mr Porter, explains why the most important word in his style vocabulary is ‘versatility’.
Permanently Stylish: Simon Crompton
When you are the man behind one of the world’s most influential style websites, there is pressure on you to walk the walk as well as talk the talk. Simon Crompton takes it in his fully bespoked stride…
Iron Jaw: Johnny Harris
Writing and starring in his latest gritty thriller, Jawbone, Johnny Harris sits down with The Rake to discuss addiction and the importance of teamwork.
He Is A Golden God: Billy Crudup
When Billy Crudup says he wants to make people believe he is someone else ‘for the sake of a story’, it sounds to us like nothing less than a revolutionary hymn. Tom Chamberlin meets our April cover star in Issue 51, out now.
Huntsman Savile Row’s Tweed Competition
The Rake’s own Tom Chamberlin reports from the final of Huntsman’s tweed competition.
Havana Man of the Year: Edward Sahakian
Edward Sahakian of Davidoff London is surely one of the finest cigar shops in the world. It is at long last that the eponymous founder’s tireless work has been recognised.