Santillo 1970’s Slow-Cooked Splendour
The Rake takes a closer look at Italian brand Santillo 1970’s casual crusade against fast fashion.
Turnbull & Asser: The Great British Shirtmaker
As they breeze through their 13th decade, The Rake explores British shirtmaker Turnbull & Asser, and discovers what makes them such an enduring heritage brand.
Unbuttoning the History of the Shirt
How a modest undergarment became the most elegant, versatile and fundamental of men’s wardrobe staples – and an ensemble’s focal point in its own right.
The Next Generation of Marol Shirts
The new owner of artisanal Italian shirtmaker Marol explains his plans to bring the atelier the renown it deserves.
Drake’s for The Rake: The Cutaway Collar Denim Shirts
It’s official, the denim shirt is the new white shirt and of all the denim shirts out there, Drakes’ are perhaps best known. No wonder then that ...
Edward Sexton for The Rake: Signature Pin Collar Shirting & Ties
Master tailor Edward Sexton has launched a ready-to-wear capsule collection of pin collar shirting and ties, all of which reflect his signature ‘...
Shirt Stories: A Year in the Life of a Charvet Devotee
The Rake’s Founder & Editor-in-Chief tells the story of French shirtmaker par excellence, Charvet, as well as his own personal journey of sartori...