Private White V.C.’s Heroic Outerwear
Proudly made in Manchester in a factory over a century old, Private White V.C. takes inspiration from militarywear, exploration, and a certain British war hero who gave the brand its name.
Newport International Polo: England vs America
As part of England’s long-term sporting rivalry with the United States, the Newport International Polo series continued last weekend in association with Jermyn Street outfitters New & Lingwood.
How Dr. Martens Became Iconic
The history of the Dr. Martens boot is full of surprises, but what remains inevitable is their enduring utilitarian appeal and fearless attitude.
How The Breton Shirt Earned Its Stripes
The Rake shines a light on a garment that has transcended time, sailed through changes in fashion, has adorned some of the most rakish icons of the past, and continues to influence luxury menswear today.
Contemporary Tweed Specialist: Walker Slater
The Rake heads up to Edinburgh to visit Walker Slater, the Scottish tailoring brand that’s reviving tweed with its contemporary house styles and approach to the cloth.
Fight The Good Fight: Chapal for The Rake USAAF Jacket
The Chapal for The Rake USAAF is an aviator jacket that is steeped in the rich tradition of military uniform and a sublime expression of French h...
Back To The Future: Nigel Cabourn
Part-designer, part-archivist, Nigel Cabourn is truly someone whose passion for the rich history of menswear knows few equals.
The Most Rakish Menswear Stores On The Planet: The Vintage Showroom
The Rake explores The Vintage Showroom, the flagship store of one of the largest collections of vintage menswear in the world.