THE GIFTA custom eight-piece luggage set handcrafted by One Hermès craftsman in Paris.
Discretion had been the signature of Italian leather goods maker Bottega Veneta long before Tomas Maier took over as the company’s influential creative director in 2001 and banned any sort of logo
The $1,315 Mühle Edition No.
For the past decade, Martin Dingman has used rugged saddle leather to line his signature men’s belts, and it’s using the same sturdy leather to create Rudyard Collection, a limited-edition line of
When Werner Baldessarini launched his upscale signature clothing label in 1993, the longtime creative director and one-time chief executive of Hugo Boss went to Italian suit maker Alberto Caruso t
Stephen Seo (www.stephenseo.com)—a bespoke tailor known for the whimsical details in his suits and formalwear—has opened a
Many men will attest that getting a haircut can be a real buzz-kill. But, the dapper Frenchman Martial Vivot is making it a luxurious experience in New York.
Known for its practical, well-made luggage and business accessories, Tumi is venturing into exotic territory with a collection of special-order alligator accessories.
Come February, the French fashion house Hermès will open its first shop devoted entirely to men.
If Umberto Angeloni has his way, your wardrobe will soon be better suited to your profession or pastime.
Artisan shoe maker and race car enthusiast Gianni Mostile steered men’s footwear in a whole new direction in 1963 when he patented his soft leather driving moccasin with soles constructed entirely
In his ongoing effort to bridge the world of luxury and technology, Ralph Lauren has introduced a dual-purpose jacket, dubbed the Remote, to his sporty RLX label.
The impeccably crafted shoes featured on these pages combine lean, sculpted silhouettes; captivating finishes; and subtle yet defining accents, which range from leather-wrapped shoelace tips to pe
Since he established his menswear business nearly four decades ago, Stefano Ricci has dreamed of opening a signature shop in Florence, Italy, his hometown and the birthplace of his brand; but the
Before he begins working over my shoulders, neck, and scalp with a pair of handheld vibrating gadgets that look like small steam irons, William Gornik—owner of the two Gornik & Drucker barbers
Especially in these changing times, the well-heeled businessman turns to classic, exceptionally tailored suits for their incomparable construction, reassuring comfort, and enduring style.
Gable and Adnan (a.k.a.
Several years ago Alain Schimel, owner of the French brand Zilli, said he was focusing more design attention on shirts, ties, and leather accessories because such items are a natural stepping ston
This fall, a handful of Arizona businessmen will board a flight to Chicago, where they will convene in a century-old oak-paneled boardroom outfitted with a concealed bar (a relic from the Prohibit
In addition to keeping you warm, the Zegna Sport Ecotech Solar Jacket (www.zegna.com) by Ermenegildo Zegna can recharge your cel
The sober monochromes of traditional business attire offer men few opportunities to express their individuality.
On any Paris shop receipt, you’ll read the word merci (thank you).
British shirt maker Thomas Pink unveiled a collection of specially treated cotton business shirts that are crease-resistant yet retain the brand’s signature soft, supple touch.
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