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.
The 21 Things You Need To Know About Black Tie
The Rake reveals the formalwear intelligence you need to absorb to ensure black-tie success.
The Origins of the Single-Breasted Jacket
The Rake speaks to some of Savile Row’s leading lights to discover what makes the most fundamental jacket style of them all so enduring.
The Golden Shears Awards 2017
Founded in 1974, the Golden Shears Award offers a rare space for young tailors to showcase their talent away from the workbench.
He Spoke Style: Rakish Resolutions
Brian Sacawa of HeSpokeStyle.com has had enough of sartorial one-hit wonders, and proffers some thoughts on how we can do away with them for good...
The Collector’s Guide: Clive Collett
Clive Collett, vintage clothing collector and bespoke tailoring connoisseur is a gentleman of exquisite taste – as his association with Savile Ro...
Advance Australian Flair: Joel Edgerton
So Joel Edgerton is just another Antipodean actor in Hollywood, right? Not now. Not with his new movie, Loving, the epic true story of how one in...
The Check’s In The Post: Prince of Wales Check
The Rake’s Sartorial Special Correspondent muses on the most generous of masculine patterns, the large-format Prince of Wales check.