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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.


Whether it be that you are fully attuned to your inner James Bond, or that you simply don’t give a damn for convention the folding and fluffery involved in the display of a pocket square can say a lot.

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...

Better by Bespoke

Why It Pays To Do It Right
What is bespoke? And why does it cost so much?
You could ask the analogous questions:
what is Formula One?
and why does it cost so much?


Super duper tuscan wine dinner

Is it a wise idea to hand a loaded rifle to a drunken (albeit very well dressed) man? If the wine is sublime and the suit is snazzy, and of course its all within the right context, the answer is always YES!

Badasses at Blenheim: Classic Supercars Invade the Duke’s Palace

His Grace the 12th Duke of Marlborough is our sort of chap. Blenheim Palace, to Salon Privé, the posh concours d’elegance that’s starting to look like serious competition for Pebble Beach.

The “Best” Rolls-Royce: The Belfast Boy’s Silver Shadow

“I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered.” So said George Best, the Belfast-born professional footballer who played as a winger for Manchester United...

The Heuer Seafarer

There are a couple different versions of the Seafarer that were produced by Heuer over the years for A&F but the one being offered by Bonhams is among the rarest, last made, and most beautiful.