Simone Schedoni has firsthand experience with the fanaticism that Ferraris can engender.
“Give me the luxuries of lifeand I will willingly do without the necessities,” wrote Frank Lloyd Wright in his 1932 autobiography.
When a young inventor named Alfred Dunhill inherited his father’s saddlery business in 1893, he recognized that horses were about to becom
Designs on Relaxing
Rapid growth a
Relying on his
Two years ago, as British brands Burberry and Paul Smith were ringing up record sales, the menswear buyers at Saks Fifth Avenue met with s
In the fable The Emperor’s New Clothes, a pair of con artists posing as tailors dupe his royal majesty into believing that his ne
Color has always been a key characteristic of noticeable neckwear, but brilliant inspiration can come from disparate sources.
With menswear inspired by the layered, tweedy daywear of the leisure-loving country gentleman, you don’t have to be lord of the manor in o
When Italian suitmaker Belvest introduced a new high-button sport coat with shirt-style cuffs, three roomy patch pockets, and an unusual o
Michael Tapia has always considered himself a citizen of the world, and rightfully so.
When Italian suitmaker Kiton expanded its collection to include handmade dress shirts, seven-fold neckties, and even bespoke shoes, the st
When Nick Hart was creative director for British suitmaker Chester Barrie four years ago, he attempted to nudge the struggling 70-year-old