George Glasgow and John Carnera never worked for George Cleverley, the late venerable British bespoke shoemaker under whose signature they no
It’s easy to understand why Luciano Barbera has garnered a reputation as Italy’s reigning prince of style.
Craig Caplan did not want to cut down royal palm and rare black palm trees to embellish his limited edition eyewear, so he brokered a deal
Two years ago, Italian dress shirt maker Luigi Borrelli touched off a sartorial feud with suit maker Kiton by hiring the latter’s best tailor
In the 1930s, a middle-aged Italian tailor named Vincenzo Attolini made an indelible mark on the international men’s fashion scene.
Tuscan Perfumer Lorenzo Villoresi receives patrons by appointment only.
My college roommate, Ira, knew how to live well.
David Watson, Saks Fifth Avenue Club
In 1999, couturier and fragrance czar Paco Rabanne held his last couture show in Paris and ceremoniously announced his retirement.
With items that are a bit less structured and a lot less serious, a stylish spring wardrobe offers an alternative to the somber business a
Enduring, traditional, practical.
“You’re not from the city, are you?” a woman asks me over the rhythm of Hindu chanting in a candlelit room.
Over the course of her 16 years as a menswear buyer and personal shopper at Stanley Korshak in Dallas, Suzanne Warner has made some rather
The London showroom and workshop of John Carnera and George Glasgow, two of England’s best-known bespoke shoemakers, is a dark, three-story s
The September 1998 merger of Asprey London with Garrard had all the markings of a regal marriage made in heaven.
The advent of the hollywood western led to a demand for rococo adornments for the tools of the cowboy’s trade—hats, boots, spurs, saddles,