Stories July 2019
Edward Sexton: The Visionary Tailor
With a career spanning an incredible seven decades, Edward Sexton is one of the most talented, experienced tailors at work today.
Style May 2019
Juxtaposing Styles: Messrs Biedul & Le Fèvre
Two of London’s most venerated style aficionados go head to head with this spring/summer editorial…
Stories November 2018
Editors' Picks... Best for Business
The Rake’s editors select their favourite pieces from the Black Friday sale to give your business wardrobe a promotion.
Style December 2017
Christmas Gift Guide: Rakish Christmas Jumper Edit
Christmas jumpers are usually garish and unsightly. Not so with these rakish choices, which will endure even after the festivities have come to an end.
Style October 2017
Rakish Transitions: A Guide to Cuffs & Sleeve Length
The relationship between one’s shirt and one’s suit jacket is complicated to say the least, and there are a vast array of combinations to consider, as The Rake discusses…
Craft October 2017
Edward Sexton's First Ready-to-Wear Tailoring
Edward Sexton brings more than 60 years of bespoke experience to the realm of ready-to-wear tailoring, creating a Prince of Wales check sports jacket exclusively for The Rake.
Style July 2017
What To Buy This Week: The Wimbledon Edit
Planning an outing to Wimbledon this week but not sure what to wear? Embrace your inner Rake and stand out amongst the sea of red trousers and polo shirts…
Icons April 2017
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.
Style April 2017
The Origins of the Single-Breasted Jacket
The Rake speaks to some of Savile Row’s leading lights to discover what makes the most fundamental jacket style of them all so enduring.
Icons April 2017
Andrew Buchan: Class Actor
In Andrew Buchan, The Rake finds an actor who is as charming in person as he is dedicated to his craft.