More from: Tom Stubbs
Style December 2019
Tipping the Velvet
First woven in China some 2,500 years ago, popular in Europe during medieval times and the Renaissance, this ever-so-tactile textile is once again having a moment.
Style November 2019
The Wide Angle
The winds of style have shifted from slim and snug to broad and bold. Welcome to the big wide world.
Style August 2017
Cut Loose: Pleated, Wide-Legged Trousers
Wearing them has changed everything, and hunger for the wider-legged, pleated trouser aesthetic has taken over, writes our Fashion Editor-At-Large.
Style November 2015
THE VELVET OVERGROUND
Liberated from their stuffy roots which date back to the Victorian era, slippers are now a bold style statement that border on the subversive.
Style October 2015
Edward's Scissorhands: The Story of Edward Sexton
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.…
Style August 2015
A Signet of The Times
Looking anew at that oft-maligned aristocratic favourite, the signet ring, our signet-neophyte fashion editor-at-large finds dipping his pinkie a precarious practice.