Style April 2023
G. Inglese: the shirtmaker of the cognoscenti
The house of G. Inglese was established in 1955 by eponymous founder Gianni Inglese. In partnership with his brothers and his wife, Inglese built his atelier in Ginosa, an historic town in the province of Taranto, Apulia, in southern Italy.
Style November 2020
At home with Eton Shirts
Thought you were getting away with wearing your pyjamas to WFH? Think again…
Style November 2019
For the love of shirtmaking - Alessandro Gherardi
Made entirely in Italy, Alessandro Gherardi’s shirts offer unbelievable quality and value thanks to decades’ worth of experience.
Craft April 2019
Fralbo: The Generational Shirtmaker
Allow us to introduce Fralbo, a Neapolitan shirt-making brand whose meticulous approach to their craft runs generations deep and its premium range, the Anna Barone Collection, is simply remarkable.
Craft December 2017
From the Archive: Charvet's Exclusive Neckties
Famed French shirtmaker and haberdasher Charvet has collaborated with The Rake on a collection of neckties carefully crafted from the house’s archival fabric.
Craft May 2017
Shirtmaking The Emma Willis Way
With a delicate hand and unwavering values, Emma Willis has made her mark on the world of men’s shirts. But that’s not all that sets her brand apart from the rest.
Craft September 2016
Getting Shirty: Turnbull & Asser Bespoke
The mystical art of bespoke shirtmaking is much maligned and wrongly is often considered the poorer relation of bespoke tailoring. Fortunately, thanks to British sartorial institution Turnbull & Asser, The…