Robert Spangle dons The Rake Tailored Garments

Valiant ex-Recon Marine, trained Savile Row tailor and now widely respected menswear photographer, Robert Spangle wears a selection of The Rake Tailored Garments, but with his own tactile and militant expression. An audacious way of styling for the traditionalists, Spangle opens up new possibilities.

In Robert Spangle’s short life, he’s served in Afghanistan for the United States Marines, become a trained Savile Row tailor and has criss-crossed the globe photographing the very best of menswear style, with a Leica in tow. An old-friend of The Rake, it was only a few months ago that he photographed Paul Feig for the front cover of Issue 70.

With an adventurous spirit and a discerning appreciation for timeless style, incorporating numerous quirks, we couldn’t think of a personality so adept at styling a selection of The Rake Tailored Garments. Often seen pounding the streets of London, Paris, Milan and New York capturing unique styles, Robert himself has led the way in congregating looks that are more playful. As dress codes become less polarised, Robert’s approach to dressing has a real synergy with the way The Rake Tailored Garments has curated their collection, with a nod to freedom and expression.

Contributor

Freddie Anderson

Published

October 2020

Tags

Also read