When he couldn’t find suitable shirts for his white-collar job, Wil Whiting decided to make (and sell) his own. The results are spectacularly well made.
Becky French, who joined the brand as head of design last year, is turning her focus to sustainability.
Wearing a picture of the Mandarin Oriental when you’re *at* the Mandarin Oriental? Meta.
Less than a year after setting up shop, this young brand has already hit on a style and swagger that other labels take years to find.
It’s just a short flight across the pond.
From a tome dedicated to sneakers to an instructional guide on tailoring, the books on this list might just change the way you think about menswear—and the way you dress.
For a brand that believes less is better, there’s a surprising amount to see in its new showroom space.
It’ll have a Saks Fifth Avenue and a Watches of Switzerland, but most of the space is designed around theme parks and other destination-worthy experiences.