Style November 2019
Curry & Paxton: A Golden Story
Exclusive to The Rake, this is the story of Curry & Paxton, the eyewear label founded in 1888 that helped cement Michael Caine as a style icon and national treasure.
Style November 2017
Invest: Chester Barrie x The Rake Get Carter Suit
The navy three-piece worn by Michael Caine in Get Carter is one of the greatest suits in modern cinema, which is why Chester Barrie collaborated with The Rake on a 21st century rendition.
Style October 2017
Celluloid Style: Get Carter
Nick Scott uncovers why Michael Caine’s wardrobe in Get Carter is as enduringly relevant as the noir thriller’s plot is gritty.
Icons September 2017
Elaine Kaufman: Manhattan's Madame
Elaine Kaufman’s eponymous restaurant became an unofficial member’s club for New York’s most happening hellraisers, but not one was a match for her spirited disposition.
Style August 2017
Night Shades: Oliver Goldsmith's Exclusive Lord Frames are back
The Rake‘s founder channels Nicholson and Onassis with the second drop of our exclusive Oliver Goldsmith smoked lens ‘Lord’ frames.
Icons August 2017
A Class Of Their Own: The Cockney Uprising
The eastern section of the British capital, and the working class accent associated with it, has been strangely prolific when it comes to spawning cultural icons. So what’s the Bobby Moore with that eh, guv?
Style June 2017
Style Heroes: 1960s Michael Caine
An exercise in minimalist tailoring and how to work a muted colour palette, Michael Caine’s 1960s style was sober, effortless and eternally cool.
Icons May 2017
The Buddha of Mount Street: Doug Hayward
Doug Hayward was the ‘showbiz tailor’, a man who rose from modest surroundings to clothe and befriend stars of the sixties such as Michael Caine, Terence Stamp and Roger Moore.
Icons July 2016
Brotherly Love: Seven Truly Rakish Bromances
How else is the modern rake expected to survive in this world of heartbreak and upheaval?