Craft November 2017
Ludwig Reiter: The Welt Is Yours
Discover Ludwig Reiter, the Viennese shoemaker that’s been making exquisite welted footwear for over a century.
Style October 2017
Hadleigh's: In The Navy
As we look forward to the opening of its New York store this week, we reflect on how Hadleigh’s made its mark in the boutique world of the USA, starting in Dallas.
Craft August 2017
How Anderson & Sheppard is Rethinking Casualwear
Over the past five years, Savile Row institution Anderson & Sheppard has been quietly refining its casual offering into a considered selection of garments.
Style April 2017
Urban Safari: Military Inspired Outerwear
With style codes breaking down, functional outerwear, such as the field jacket or safari overshirt, has become an intelligent alternative to traditional coats and blazers.
Style June 2016
The Most Rakish Menswear Stores on the Planet: Leatherfoot Emporium
In the first of a series exploring some of the most elevated menswear emporiums on the planet, The Rake visits Leatherfoot, Toronto, arguably the finest artisanal menswear store in Canada.
Craft June 2016
The Huntsman Tweed Project, Part I: The Islay Woollen Mill
Introducing the Huntsman urban tweed project, a unique collaboration between The Rake and Savile Row’s undisputed champion of tweed.
Style March 2016
Stefano Bemer for The Rake: The Military Bund Watch Strap
Yielding a watch strap of titanic proportions, The Rake’s latest collaboration with Stefano Bemer is a sure-fire way to ennoble your favourite timepieces.
Style March 2016
Foot Loose: New Paulus Bolten Patinaed Sneakers
The Rake is proud to announce a further e-commerce collaboration with Parisian patina artist, Paulus Bolten.
Style February 2016
Going Commando: Collecting The Rake's Urban Commando Boots
When the very first customer of The Rake’s online atelier arrived in London to collect his own pair of Gaziano & Girling for The Rake Urban Commando Boots, we simply had…
Craft February 2016
Flannelling On: The Fox Brothers Mill
There is perhaps no more patriotic a British mill than Fox Brothers & Co. With almost five hundred years of history, a compelling approach to fabric design and a champion of fine English cloth at the helm, The Rake explains just what it is that sets Fox apart.