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Tom Davies Eyewear

Black Crocodile Sunglasses

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CASHMERE CONTEMPORARY JACKET

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spearpoint Nami knife

£34,500
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Rolling Stones Shorts

£180
Lamborghini Tonino Mobile

Black and gold Lamborghini 88 Tauri

£4,500
Orlebar Brown

SEBASTIAN CLASSIC Polo

£115
Pininfarina

Cufflinks Elegance

£118
Rosemary Goodenough

'DENIM' Raspberry Tie

£115
Orlebar Brown

ABBOT BAG

£295
Orlebar Brown

BULLDOG SHORTS

£225
Rosemary Goodenough

'Jocks Away' Tie FLYING BLUE

£130
Orlebar Brown

LAMBETH BAG

£395
Pininfarina

The Pininfarina Tie

£73

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Carnival Colour for Paul Smith SS17

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Riviera Chic in the Maldives

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Unless you’re a wilderness trailblazer, a pocket knife doesn’t seem like the practical necessity it once was. It’s rare in this day...
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The Many Faces of Pininfarina

The Pininfarina name is at times inseparable from the automotive world, and for good reason. They have after all helped shape arguably the most famous...
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East Meets West: Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood AW16/17

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Vivienne Westwood Man SS17: Freedom In Fashion

Vivienne Westwood is certainly no stranger to political activism. Always combining her own beliefs and causes with her unique and boundary breaking st...
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Holland & Holland: Reinventing Country Chic

If there is one quintessentially English brand that has come to define countryside chic it has to be Holland & Holland. Renowned for their impecca...
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Dolce & Gabbana: Fantasy Fashion for Children

When we think of Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, the first thing to spring to mind is undoubtedly their vivid prints and mastery over extra...
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Rosemary Goodenough: The Art of Fashion

Painter, sculptor, designer, Rosemary Goodenough’s eclectic body of artistic work has been seen the world over, with exhibitions in as far-flung...
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Steed: The Makings of Bespoke

Savile Row bespoke is all but a pseudonym for consummate quality. The street is known both here and abroad to the extent that it’s provided the...
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Orlebar Brown’s Summer Collection 2016

Orlebar Brown have a history of standing out from the crowd. Whether it’s due to their iconic tailored trunks or simply their inn...
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Orlebar Brown: Wear Them Your Way

It’s no overstatement to say that Orlebar Brown is one of the most influential swimwear designers for gentlemen in the world. Whilst female swim...
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Tonino Lamborghini Mobile: The Smartphone That Suits Your Lifestyle

Even from first glance there’s no mistaking a Tonino Lamborghini Mobile. Infused with the same uncompromising performance and oh so It...
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Philippa Herbert: Jewellery with Heart

Since learning the craft of casting and beginning their business of capturing precious moments and transforming them into bronze, silver and glas...
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Kathryn Sargent: Savile Row’s First Female Master Tailor

Since time immemorial Savile Row has been a beacon of British tailoring whose quality has always been beyond reproach. A collective of fine tailors, s...
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Update Your Skincare With GENEU

Skincare is a very personal thing. Whether your skin suffers from one or more problems that you continually battle against or simply just like a certa...
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The Union Star Case: Globe-Trotter’s Celebration of Bespoke

For generations Globe-Trotter cases have been nothing if not iconic. With their sturdy construction and world traveller appeal, the cases have gained...
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The Scents Of The Summer Season

Though we often turn to spring for olfactory inspiration, summer too has a host of scents which are impossible not to be uplifted by. Awash with the f...
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Jamais Content: The Idle Hands of Bamford

They say the Devil makes work for idle hands, but as far as I’m concerned a bit of downtime is never a bad thing. Not that we at Lux ever get mu...
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Mr Quintessential: Styling the Modern Man

We don’t like to talk about age and for good reason. There are certain assumptions you make about a man because of that arbitrary number attache...
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Sartorial Synergy: Rolls-Royce & Ana de Costa

What would a Rolls-Royce driver wear? It’s a question that, while we’ve not often pondered ourselves, the esteemed marque have evidently b...
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When looking at the modern designs of marque Bianca Mosca you would be forgiven for thinking that the name has only recently emerged. Whilst this is t...
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It’s fair to say that Fiat haven’t had that much of an impact in the world of fashion. Bringing affordable cars to the open market yes but...
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There is an unspoken rule that some materials just simply aren’t meant to go together. After all, there’s a reason that many designers wou...
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SEVENFRIDAY: Disruptive Watchmaking

A tourbillon rotates elements of a watch movement in order to offset the effect gravity has on the accuracy over time, of the timepiece. Good to know,...
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Wildsmith's Superlative Sloane Oxfords

When we think of Wildsmith, we can’t help but leap in our minds straight to their famous loafer. After all, their casual style has been a sartor...
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Greek Chic: Globe-Trotter X Sofia Sanchez de Betak

Globe-Trotter's suitcases and travelling the world are really two peas in the same pod. After all, when you travel abroad it’s important to...
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Vocier: First Class Protection

Everyone comes out of the other end of a flight feeling… crumpled. It’s not the seats – after all first class is rather spacious no...
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Inhedited: To Pen an Heirloom

Writing is an art form, albeit one that’s not in the healthiest of states nowadays. We don’t mean the occasional scribbled notes on post-i...
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VOCIER: The Suit Solution

The globe-trotting gentleman has a near-insurmountable plethora of problems to contend with in every journey; five-minute delays at the airport, patch...
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Wildsmith: King of the Loafer

We’ve all seen the shots of John F Kennedy reclining along the New England coastline; the former president epitomised relaxed, effortless style...
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Inhedited: The Weight of Words

The written word used to carry importance. In the past, the time and effort it took to not only learn the pen but make the inks and paper onto which i...
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Morocco In The Metropolis

There’s something about Morocco that makes it quite unlike anywhere else. The seaside breeze, the rich smell of spices lingering in the air, the...
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Tom Davies Eyewear: Seeing the Difference

There’s a certain struggle in finding eyewear that really suits your style. Granted, a lot of fashion designers have had their go at adding eyew...
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Man-Sized Mountaineering with Moncler

Initially founded in 1952, Moncler is a brand that strives to provide the most deluxe sporting garments for mountaineering. The brand that theirs is a...
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Handheld Performance from Tonino Lamborghini

You’d expect any Lamborghini owner to have a pretty striking sense of style. After all, a supercar of those bold, angular, aerodynamic proportio...
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McLaren: Travelling in Style

McLaren Automotive has momentarily steered away from the engineering intensity of their luxury, high-performance sports cars, to release a set of week...
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Encelade 1789: The Cufflink Revolution

Cufflinks tend to be one of the last aspects of an outfit most men think of. They’re often the least visible, hidden beneath sleeves most of the...
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Crow & Jester: Tailoring Couture

Bespoke and designer tend to be on very different ends of the sartorial spectrum. On the one hand you have tailoring that is flawlessly made in every...
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Cutler & Gross: A Day at the Races

There’s no spectacle quite as British as a day at the races. Aside from the occasional, often tentative bet, the racecourse is a place to be see...
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Penhaligon’s Astral Romance

Throughout Greek mythology there are many love stories, not all of them idyllic. Apollo’s burning desire transforming Daphne into a tree, the tr...
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Bianca Mosca: See You Later, Alligator

In the 1940s Bianca Mosca was a name to be reckoned with. Hurtling to the height of style and sophistication in a mere few years, her Italian flair an...
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Rainbow Bright: Anya Hindmarch SS16

Anya Hindmarch has always erred on the more playful side of design, and let’s be honest, it’s exactly why we love her. From fashionable ha...
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Vilebrequin: From St. Tropez to Morocco

If you’ve not already picked a pair out, now is the season to be looking for some new swim shorts. Even if you don’t get to wear them quit...
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The Right Fit: Shoes for a Gentleman

Finding the right shoes as a gentleman is never easy. Sure we don’t have quite the variety of styles and colours that ladies have to contend wit...
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Mr Quintessential: Better with Age

Dressing your age is a precarious balance; we all grow out of things, wardrobe included. You don’t want to dress too young or you start see...
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April Showers: The Best Umbrellas

Though the term will undoubtedly bring the annoying ditty from Walt Disney’s Bambi straight to mind, there’s no denying that April showers...
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The Sartorial Spirit of Exploration

Orlebar Brown have long been a pioneering force in the realm of resort wear. From their famous Setter Sky swimmers gracing the svelte figure of James...
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Perfecting Polo With La Martina

It’s strange to think that polo is actually one of the oldest sports in the world, far outdating the likes of football, rugby and cricket. Origi...
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By The Horns: Tom Davies Bespoke

Even delving way back into pre-history, we’ve been using horn for millennia. Unless something even more drastic than the colonisation of America...
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The Scent of Success: Perfumes by Roja Dove

It’s no surprise that Roja Dove has become renowned as one of the industry’s most significant names. After all, his fragrances have reache...
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Vertu on the New Signature Touch

The launch of a new smartphone isn’t generally an affair worth trumpeting about; barely a month goes by without a new iteration of the iPhone ma...
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Etro's Individual Elegance

Italy as a nation is nothing short of colourful. From the blue and white labyrinthine streets of seaside town Otsuni to the dusky pinks of the sun set...
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The Expert Hands of Huntsman

While each of Savile Row’s incumbents can boast no small skill in tailoring, only one can lay claim to a pair of wonderfully fine examples of ta...
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