An extra inch here or there can make an enormous difference, especially when it comes to the fit of a man’s necktie.
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Standing tall in his signature Panama straw hat and toting the tools of his trade—scissors, straight-edge razor, and almond soap—Antonio Boel
An elderly gentleman walked into J.W.
The stench of death lingers inside a series of stone buildings that were built during the French Revolution just outside of Saint-Léonard-
With novelties such as authentic reproductions of 19th-century French army jackets and cashmere pea coats lined in stripes, Arnys has long at
Longtime competitors Ermenegildo Zegna and Salvatore Ferragamo, two of Italy’s most prominent fashion dynasties, have formed a remarkable joi
Men are often creatures of habit, especially when it comes to grooming. This is why Fresh Inc.
Many credit Scottish coat makers with inventing the concept of reversible clothing in the early 1900s.
For years, New York investment manager Ed Shugrue III traveled to England on a regular basis to have his suits custom-made on Savile Row a
A personal wine cellar, a men’s club, a classic car—the simple luxuries of a modern gentleman’s world, according to Ralph Lauren—served as th
This fall, fashion reflects on its past and discovers that many of the style tenets defined over the last century are still relevant, if n
Sherlock Holmes used to say, “The little things are infinitely the most important.” It doesn’t take a detective, however, to grasp the sig
A scrub jay chirps as it soars overhead while I sit comfortably upright, immersed in the ancient practice of mindful meditation.
Although Dunhill may have shuttered its U.S.
Elements Spa and Salon (323.933.0212), the chic hair salon located in Los Angeles’ new deluxe shopping plaza, The Grove at Farmer’s Market, h
Menswear designer and avid golfer Luciano Barbera criticized the colorful, casual clothing that had come to define golfwear a decade ago,
Every golfer worth a darn uses clubs personally fitted for size, shape, and swing angle.
There is a reason why Andean considers itself the Rolls-Royce of glove makers.
Sportswear: Ermenegildo Zegna