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Cut from a different cloth
Cut from a different cloth

Cut from a different cloth

The Collections

Sartorial stories celebrating Britains' unique style heritage

How To Dress Like A Royal Country Woman

Off-duty style lessons from The Queen to new recruits Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle The ladies of the Royal Family are frequently photographed in glittering gowns and jewelled tiaras, but it’s their everyday and off-duty clothes that provide us with a real insight into their style and personality. As leading members of British landed gentry, … Continued

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How To Dress like a Duke

Style tips from Their Royal Highnesses Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry When it comes to classic British style, our royal gentlemen are the kings of kings, renowned and respected the world over for their sartorial savviness. From diplomatic dinners to country sporting events, the princes of the royal family can be … Continued

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How To Dress in Great Gatsby Style

THE GREAT GATSBY AND THE AGE OF MENSWEAR STYLE   The Great Gatsby captured an era when style mattered – more than substance, more than truth, more than love. Published in 1925, this exquisitely crafted classic, the quintessential novel of the Jazz Age, laid bare the America of the Roaring Twenties, a time of consumerism … Continued

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The Glorious Twelfth

The start of the red grouse shooting season falls each year on the 12th August, and is renowned worldwide among the field sports community as the ‘Glorious Twelfth’. What makes Grouse so special? Grouse can reach speeds of up to 80 miles an hour after just a few beats of their wings, and can change … Continued

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Downton Abbey Fashion

Be inspired by the country style of Lord Grantham and Lady Mary The film adaptation of Downton Abbey hits the big screen in September and – high excitement – a trailer has suggested that King George V and Queen Mary will visit the fictional Yorkshire estate. Time to party like it’s 1927. For those who … Continued

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In praise of: British suiting.

A GUIDE TO BRITISH SUITING CLOTHS. For much of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Britain dominated the world’s textile manufacturing. Whilst Lancashire mills focused on cotton, Scottish mills on tweed, and Cotswold mills on woollens, the mills in Yorkshire specialised in weaving worsted cloths that were unrivalled in their quality and durability. Towns such as … Continued

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How to Dress Like A Peaky Blinder: The Modern-Day Peaky Blinder’s Style Guide

Every man wants to be a bit more Tommy Shelby, the notorious and charismatic ganglord of the Peaky Blinders. Not the wanton criminality and cut-throat violence, you understand, nor the penchant for self-destruction and colourful language. No, here we are purely talking sartorial style because when it comes to dapper dressing, Tommy Shelby – played … Continued

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The Wedding Guide: Dress Codes Explained

Weddings have evolved over the last few decades from formal affairs that followed rigid dress codes to more creative and informal affairs that give the happy couple the chance to really put their individual stamp on the day. With more locations than ever allowed officiating over the wedding service, this has meant that in the … Continued

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The Chap Magazine and Cordings

On a sunny October morning, Gustav Temple the editor of The Chap magazine, along with David Evans the renowned menswear blogger popped into Piccadilly to look through the Autumn collection, try on some outfits and take some rather splendid photographs.   It was a treat to discuss the delights of Donegal and Shetland with such … Continued

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