Style May 2019
Introducing Yuri & Yuri
By championing perennial style for the modern man, Yuri & Yuri is the new kid on the Savile Row block and staying true to its values is paramount…
Craft March 2019
The 2019 Golden Shears Awards
The Golden Shears Awards, which could be seen as being Oscars of the tailoring world, took place this week at The Merchant Taylors’ Hall in the City of London and it certainly didn’t disappoint.
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 October 2018
Savile Row and the Future of Tailoring
A brief overview of Savile Row, how bespoke and made-to-measure suiting differs from ready-to-wear and what the future of tailoring could look like.
Style September 2018
Just Landed: Gieves & Hawkes' AW18 collection
The first drop of the AW18 collection from Gieves & Hawkes – one of the most prestigious houses on Savile Row – has just landed on The Rake.
Style November 2017
Pocket Guide: Daisy Knatchbull
Daisy Knatchbull, Huntsman’s P.R. and Marketing Manager, is the latest in a long line of Knatchbull family women to complement their rebellious personality with a head-turning sense of style.
Craft September 2017
Henry Poole x Adidas: Merging Streetwear with Tailoring
The latest collaboration between Henry Poole, Adidas Originals and Fox Brothers marks the beginning of a new age of craftsmanship, menswear, sartorialism and technology.
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.
Craft May 2017
Six Things To See And Do At London Craft Week
The Rake presents a carefully considered edit of the most interesting, intriguing and indulgent events on at this year’s London Craft Week.
Style April 2017
The Timeless Elegance of British Drape
The Rake speaks to the masters of British drape – a tailoring discipline that’s both elegant and relaxed; traditional and deeply personal.