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License to thrill Part II: The Cut

When all is said and done the cut of your cloth is at least as important as the cut of your steak.

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.

When Herbie Went to Monaco

The Lancia Scorpion ‘Giselle’: Whether or not you rate Herbie the Love Bug as one of the all-time great movie cars is a matter of personal taste. But the VW’s comely co-star in the 1977 sequel Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo is without question a fierce contender.

Rally Reward: The Austin-Healey Rolex

We love cool vintage watches as much as cool vintage cars. So when the two come together we feel it’s worth a squib. To wit: the rare 1930s Rolex Striped Prince wristwatch owned by the great Donald Healey...

Cinzano vs. Martini

The Cowes-Torquay-Cowes powerboat race, aka the Cowes Classic, organized by the British Powerboat Racing Club, is the longest-running offshore powerboat race in the world.

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...
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Accessories maketh the man

Giorgio Armani was once credited with saying that any man needs only one good suit.  And one hundred pairs of shoes.

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?