When the 80-year-old Swedish shirtmaker Eton (www.etonshirts.com) opened its first U.S.
Only a handful of stores and tailors construct bespoke suits of the highest quality—suits tailored to fit the client like a second skin.
Hamilton, the 125-year-old American custom shirtmaker, is offering its clients exclusive access to a collection of 1,000 exceptional fabrics through a newly formed partnership with Thomas Mason, w
London’s Savile Row is known for its tailored clothing, not cycling gear.
Kiton is introducing a brand of clothing to the U.S.
More than a century ago, the British luggage maker Globe-Trotter helped revolutionize travel cases with the introduction of paper-based Vulcan fiber while its competitors were still making their l
Edward Green’s new Top Drawer shoe collection (www.edwardgreen.com) is made-to-order, as opposed to fully bespoke, but a p
The greyhound became part of the logo for Italian fashion house Trussardi in 1973, giving the brand a symbol of agility, elegance, and drive.
Although the popular image of the briefcase may be a bit staid and conventional, the briefcase itself remains as essential a part of any executive’s accoutrements as the latest model of BlackBerry
Loro Piana now offers the world’s first 100 percent cashmere carpeting.