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David Evans – Grey Fox

David Evans started his blog in 2011 as a means of honing his writing skills. His choice of subject – men’s style for the over 50’s – was chosen simply because it was a subject that he could write about from a personal viewpoint. With no background in the fashion industry and no prior knowledge…

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Malcolm Appleby MBE Engraver

We are proud to be working with one of Britain’s most outstanding and influential engravers alive today on our latest cufflink collection. Malcolm Appleby is one of Britain’s most celebrated silversmith-engravers. He has recently been awarded an MBE for his services to engraving. His work is commissioned by The Royal Family, the V&A Museum and 10…

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Knitwear Know How

All great knitwear stories start with a good yarn… Cordings have always been trusted to create quality garments from our tweed jackets to our Mackintosh coats, and our knitwear collection is no different. Working with small makers and mills in Scotland, England and Wales using time honoured techniques, the seasonal and core ranges are created…

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The Mackintosh Inverness Cape

John Charles Cordings first opened his store in The Strand in 1839 offering a collection of practical outerwear, made using cutting edge technology –‘vulcanised’ rubber bonded onto a sturdy cotton drill. His garments, created in collaboration with Thomas Hancock and Mackintosh were immediately hugely sought after. Practical and stylish they were the original performance coats…

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Prince Philip – A Life In 9 Outfits

As Cordings joins the nation in mourning the sad loss of the Duke of Edinburgh, we pause for a moment to celebrate the life and style of a truly elegant royal gentleman who set the highest standards of dress throughout his life, both on duty and off. When His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke…

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The British Warm

Steeped in history, the British Warm is an icon of men’s style. Originally created as a military greatcoat for British army officers during the First World War; its weight and durability made it an indispensable part of their wardrobe. Often associated with Winston Churchill who favoured it for its practicality and effortless style it has…

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How to wear Plus Two’s and Plus Fours

For a more formal shoot, breeks are a must, but in reality plus twos or fours are the most versatile and practical garments you can have in your country wardrobe repertoire. If you are lucky enough to have been invited on a more formal shoot, on a driven day where a certain dress code is…

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Salt Water New England

We at Cordings became aware of Salt Water New England, created by Muffy Aldrich a few years ago. Beautifully written with evocative photography, it is the perfect place to spend a relaxing hour. Covering all aspects of Connecticut living; the towns, history, shore and style. Muffy shares our ethos of understated quality, an appreciation of…

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HOW TO DRESS LIKE BOND, JAMES BOND

The most stylish spy on the planet, James Bond will be back later this year with No Time to Die. Here’s the intel on the Daniel Craig suits and James Bond outfits we can look forward to. In an uncertain world, we need our heroes more than ever … and we prefer ours shaken but…

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