Sometimes the difference indeed is in the details. With clothing, features that might go unnoticed—the lining, the stitching, the buttons—can also be those that place it among the finest.
Shirtmaker Ignatious Joseph once phoned a client of his every Monday for three weeks, seeking feedback on an orange-and-light-blue Egyptian cotton shirt that he had made for him.
As much as Jack Smith appreciates the Indigo Island stewards’ ability to provide the resort’s guests with absolute seclusion (“Deep Blue Secret,” page 112), he believes it would be impossible for
When David Chu sold his Nautica clothing brand in 2003 to VF Corp. for more than $585 million, the designer and businessman envisioned whiling away his days on the golf course.
Selecting a fragrance is a personal exercise, and no scent could be more personal than one custom-made from scratch.
The Monaco Groom Center from Parisian manufacturer Hommage (817.229.0300, www.hommage.com) could make you actually look forward to a morning
When Italian suitmaker Belvest introduced a new high-button sport coat with shirt-style cuffs, three roomy patch pockets, and an unusual oversize fourth pocket on the back, all but the most progre
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 order to dress the part.
Color has always been a key characteristic of noticeable neckwear, but brilliant inspiration can come from disparate sources.
Michael Tapia has always considered himself a citizen of the world, and rightfully so.