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  1. The furnishings in the new Waddesdon collection from Chappell & McCullar are not imitations of the classic French period pieces at Waddesdon Manor; they are interpretations, which, in some ways,...
  2. Over the course of his 25-year career as a bespoke shoemaker in London, Jason Amesbury has crafted footwear from almost every skin imaginable: calf, ostrich, crocodile, snake. But a request from a...
  3. Custom clothiers bring their tape measures, fabric swatches, and refined tastes to your door to create a complete, personalized wardrobe. They never handle a needle and thread. Their talents lie in...
  4. The Santa Monica, Calif., restaurant Whist occasionally hosts a bit of dinner theater; call it a fowl play. It begins with the aroma of roasted chicken filling the dining room as a server carries...
  5. Italian tailors have been chipping away at Britain’s suitmaking legacy for decades. First they appropriated the classic English silhouette with its cinched waist and fitted shoulders, and then they...
  6. Ttom Ford’s long-awaited menswear collection, which he unveiled this spring, appears surprisingly traditional. Maybe the designer has become more reserved now that he is 45 years old or because his...
  7. SUITS and TOPCOATS Cesare Attolini Bespoke David Chu * Ravazzolo Major brands have expanded the proportions of their suits to allow for greater ease of movement, but Cesare Attolini holds to the...
  8. SUITS Oxxford Clothes Isaia * Kiton If your perception of Oxxford Clothes involves images of grandfatherly types in beautifully tailored yet old-fashioned suits, it is time to revisit the...
  9. For Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli (distributed by IMC Group, 212.750.2990, www.brunellocucinelli.it ), the concept of sportif fashion refers more to a casual lifestyle than actual athletics...
  10. Luciano Barbera Two labels are sewn inside each suit in Luciano Barbera’s fall tailored clothing collection; one bears Barbera’s name, and the other displays the signature of the tailor who made that...

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