Stories June 2019
Colnago x Fox Brothers for The Rake
The Rake has collaborated with Colnago, Fox Brothers, Stefano Bemer and Vestrucci for a set of limited-edition pieces that highlight each label’s extraordinary craftsmanship.
Stories April 2019
The Rake Foundations #1: the contemporary wardrobe
In the first of a series on how to nail the rudimentary elements of menswear, Aleks Cvetkovic opines on the key pieces that make up a contemporary wardrobe.
Stories February 2019
Five Style Tips From @Flannels_And_Tweed
Andreas of @Flannels_And_Tweed shares his insights on classic sartorialism, clashing patterns and experimenting with fabrics.
News October 2018
The Merchant Fox Pop-Up On Savile Row
Running until mid-December, The Merchant Fox pop-up on Savile Row is offering a finely-curated range of cloth, shirtings, accessories and more.
Style September 2018
What to Wear in Autumn
With elegance, adaptability and a little colour, tweed and flannel will lift your spirits when the leaves – and the mercury – start to fall. Here’s what to wear in autumn.
Style April 2018
Celluloid Style: The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
Forget the supercilious connotations of The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit’s title: Gregory Peck’s two-piece in the eponymous movie was, and remains, worthy of the sartorial übermensch.
Style January 2018
The Rake x Vitale Barberis Canonico's Flâneur Collection
Introducing the Flâneur Collection, a four-piece capsule made in collaboration with Vitale Barberis Canonico, one of Italy’s most respected fabric mills.
Style August 2016
Halcyon Greys: The Power of the Grey Suit
This month we are championing all things ‘grise’, so our sartorial specialist contemplates the nuances of the grey suit and offers a little inspiration.
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.