Venerable British luxury house Alfred Dunhill furnishes the discerning gentleman with tailored suits, clothing and handcrafted leather accessories.
“I just wanted to create the perfect high-quality dress shirt,” says Roderick Tung, the 34-year-old cardiologist and designer of the new LA-based brand Tung, whose line of men’s dress shirts are a
British shoemaker Barker Black, established in 1880, recently opened its second U.S. store on North Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles.
Photography by David Roemer. Styling by Christopher Campbell.
Somewhere between Wall Street’s suit and tie and Silicon Valley’s T-shirt and jeans lies the realm of "business casual"—that prevalent, and nettlesome, approach to a work wardrobe that c
The pen and the sword do not have to be at odds with each other, as evidenced by the S.T.
Tattooist and artist Scott Campbell, of Brooklyn, N.Y., has lent his interpretations of classic patterns and animal symbols from the Chinese zodiac to a collection of Louis Vui
Hungarian shoe designer Ildikó Gál recently opened her first shop at 790 Madison Avenue in New York, where, for starting around $2,000, those interested can purchase a pair of handmade ready-to-we
London-based Alfred Dunhill unveiled its newest pen in the Sentryman Explorer series, a design with a cleverly concealed compass and flashlight, along with interchangeable 18-karat gold fountain,
When identical twin brothers Anthony and Hubert Tsai speak of their new shaving and skin-care line, TwinLuxe, they frequently use the word “performance,” which they say defines their philosophy of