Posts Tagged: coat

Best Independent Labels – Douglas Menswear

You may have seen me talk about Douglas Menswear on social media, or read the post about how much I liked the shirts they sent me to try. Well given that they have become a wardrobe staple, (I have a

Best Independent Labels – Douglas Menswear

You may have seen me talk about Douglas Menswear on social media, or read the post about how much I liked the shirts they sent me to try. Well given that they have become a wardrobe staple, (I have a

Best Independent Labels – Ethologie

Today it is another designer I have no idea why I haven’t had a feature on yet as I’ve often talked about the label, and how he is one of the finest designers in British fashion Jasper Garvida is not

Best Independent Labels – Ethologie

Today it is another designer I have no idea why I haven’t had a feature on yet as I’ve often talked about the label, and how he is one of the finest designers in British fashion Jasper Garvida is not

Best Independent Labels – Katie Darlington

Back on a cold, wet, windswept night just before Christmas I headed off to West London in a light snow as I had an invite to an event at an event. I’ll admit I was a bit grumpy, I was

Best Independent Labels – Katie Darlington

Back on a cold, wet, windswept night just before Christmas I headed off to West London in a light snow as I had an invite to an event at an event. I’ll admit I was a bit grumpy, I was

A Vintage Column – Hackney Flea Market

When a couple of months ago a vintage trader said to me, fancy coming to Hackney Flea Market I said ok why not, and I’m very glad I did. It’s not often I need an old Hungarian film poster, a

A Vintage Column – Hackney Flea Market

When a couple of months ago a vintage trader said to me, fancy coming to Hackney Flea Market I said ok why not, and I’m very glad I did. It’s not often I need an old Hungarian film poster, a

A Vintage Column -Michael Caine, Style Icon

Those who are regular readers will know I love vintage, I love tailoring, and for me there is no greater style icon than Michael Caine in the 1960’s. The suits, they make me weak at the knees, but his whole look

A Vintage Column -Michael Caine, Style Icon

Those who are regular readers will know I love vintage, I love tailoring, and for me there is no greater style icon than Michael Caine in the 1960’s. The suits, they make me weak at the knees, but his whole look

A Vintage Column – Why Digging Is Winning

So why vintage, well there is the well-worn but very true standard of great unique pieces, there is the fact that you can get things nobody else will be wearing. There is the fact that actually vintage can help you

A Vintage Column – Why Digging Is Winning

So why vintage, well there is the well-worn but very true standard of great unique pieces, there is the fact that you can get things nobody else will be wearing. There is the fact that actually vintage can help you

A Vintage Column – Clerkenwell Vintage Fair Reviewed

  You may remember back in feb I reviewed Clerkenwell Vintage Fair, (which you can read here) and as I’m still a huge fan, I thought where better to start the new monthly vintage section. During LFW I made yet

A Vintage Column – Clerkenwell Vintage Fair Reviewed

  You may remember back in feb I reviewed Clerkenwell Vintage Fair, (which you can read here) and as I’m still a huge fan, I thought where better to start the new monthly vintage section. During LFW I made yet