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A Time for tweed

No one really knows why we call it what we do. But we do know that if you are planning any serious shenanigans in the wild there's not much that beats Tweed.  Back in the day when it was only worn by bagpipe blowing, caber tossing haggis-heads the original...

Double “O” Style for Fall

As rosé season comes to a close in the south of France (and every where else) its time to ditch the cotton, the seersucker and those Nantucket reds.  And get yourself kitted out in some fine flannel, tweed or worsted wool.

Jacky’s Back

For the fifth edition of the eye-popping event, aka Porsche Rennsport Reunion V, which just wrapped the German marque pulled out all the stops for a tribute to Le Mans, inviting the legendary Jacky Ickx to be co-Grand Marshal along with famed driver Hurley Haywood.

Still Going in Style

At age 82 the indomitable, inimitable Sir Michael Caine is in the midst of filming a new action film, Going In Style, in NYC. The title of the bank heist flick couldn’t be more appropriate as an encomium for Caine’s colorful life in pictures.

Frankly Miami

To celebrate Sinatra’s 100th birthday this December, the luxury tower is inaugurating a series of special events covering a full hundred days, culminating with a live performance by an as-yet-unnamed celeb on December 12th...


What to wear now that the flip flops, polos, shorts and swimmers have been retired? Its not yet time to wrap up fully, but its about to get crisp enough that its time to dust off something to mask all that good food and wine you're about to dive into.


I try to be generous. I skip a few days here and there. I don’t count them. I’m sure there are days when I was sick, or when there was no gin. In the interest of fairness, I should shave a few days off each year for that.

The Elephant Charge

They describe it as Dust, Sweat, and Gears.  And bloody hell it is that.  But so much more. Lunatics gallivanting through the bush with striped down, juiced up 4x4s, up hill and down dale.