Issue 63$ 14
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The incomparable Liev Schreiber is our cover man for Issue 63. The Ray Donovan star talks family, motivation and moving beyond a career-defining character, then looks the picture of a brooding crim-dram hero in our fashion spread. Also in this issue, Savile Row stalwarts Turnbull & Asser show The Rake’s editorial team how to pick the perfect dress shirt. American actor Michael Nouri takes his own trip to Savile Row to sample the best of Anderson & Sheppard. As usual, the magazine brings you the best of Italian tailoring in and takes a true aficionado’s look at the latest watch launches, including treasures from Oris and Jaeger-LeCoultre.
Tapping the zeitgeist, Stuart Husband argues that the 1980s deserve more love. We profile Patrick Swayze and Christophe Lambert as legends of the day. Jay McInerney bucks for “Best Dressed” with the best of them while modelling his own clothes. The author and bon viveur talks tailoring, wine and watches with The Rake’s founder Wei Koh. Elsewhere, Shary Rahman shows us how to do Brussels in style and Benedict Browne makes you forget everything you thought you knew about corduroy. Find out how in this classic issue.
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Founded in 2008, The Rake is the world’s preeminent publication dedicated to the education and arbitration of men's style. Recapturing the codes of classic men’s elegance, The Rake is inspired by icons such as Cary Grant, Gianni Agnelli, Sean Connery and their contemporary counterparts. It provides incisive, in-depth commentary on menswear and the many other elements of gentlemanly living, from manners and ethics to art and design, travel, the intellectual and the philosophical, entertainment, food and drink.