British shoemaker Barker Black, established in 1880, recently opened its second U.S. store on North Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles.
Tattooist and artist Scott Campbell, of Brooklyn, N.Y., has lent his interpretations of classic patterns and animal symbols fr
The pen and the sword do not have to be at odds with each other, as evidenced by the S.T.
Somewhere between Wall Street’s suit and tie and Silicon Valley’s T-shirt and jeans lies the realm of "business casual"—that pre
Photography by David Roemer. Styling by Christopher Campbell.
Hungarian shoe designer Ildikó Gál recently opened her first shop at 790 Madison Avenue in New York, where, for starting around $2,000, th
London-based Alfred Dunhill unveiled its newest pen in the Sentryman Explorer series, a design with a cleverly concealed compass and flashlig
When identical twin brothers Anthony and Hubert Tsai speak of their new shaving and skin-care line, TwinLuxe, they frequently use the word
In addition to impeccably tailored suits and stylish sportswear, highlights of the Canali Spring 2011 collection
Whether you have a fetish for footwear, a fondness for cigars, a weakness for whisky, or all three, T.T.
The recently launched men’s collection by Bodhi (www.bodhiba
Scabal offers more than 5,000 cloth weaves in its extensive archives of fine fabrics, including Dreamline, a rare worsted-woolen cashmere,
Over the past 20 years partners David Dow and Jim Neeley have lent their considerable business acumen and creative talents to everything f
Rimowa revolutionized the luggage industry back in 1937 when the Cologne, Germany-based case manufacturer introduced a series of train and
Shirtmakers tend to acquire their considerable skills, as well as their favorite shears, from fathers and grandfathers who have practiced
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, Tumi re-created some if its original leather travel pieces this season.
When Ben Hogan was at the top of his game in the early 1950s, the American golf professional used to say that the secret to his
Shirtmaker Ascot Chang (www.ascotchang.com) has opened its vast arch
Until the second half of the 19th century, a gentleman dressing for the evening donned his waistcoat, white tie, tails, and top hat.