If you didn't get a chance to pick up Maxim Magazine this month, we highly recommend you do. Not only for the beautiful young lady on the cover. But also for the editorial featuring us inside. Cracking stuff as we cut some very special Jade suiting, for a very special suit.
But before you peruse Maxim, scroll down, read from the bottom up, mix that cocktail, and enjoy.
cool stuff: get some
The polo for the most interesting man in the world. Add our bespoke patches to build your own unique combination. Classic lines, perfectly weighted 100% piquet cotton, and unique DQ design touches. Grab them while you can to loll about with a glass of rose in hand. Polo, tennis, golf, yachting or quaffing optional. Some might say, perfect for a week in Miami at Art Basel.
The perfect beachwear for the Gentleman Rogue. Combining classic design with a twist and state-of-the-art technical fabrics our swim shorts are second to none.
Designed in NY. Made in Italy. Made with MICROSENSE by Sitip, offering a soft silky feel next to the body with quick-dry comfort. Contrast waistband, thigh stripes, signature smoking skull on back pocket and luminous quad stripes. Pop a pair on and watch the beach look on with approval.
Inspired by Duncan's father's days in the Metropolitan Police these have a particularly late 1960's gangster feel. Handmade in limited numbers in Italy with metal frames and top drawer UV lenses they're unique enough that everyone will ask you where you found them. In yellow they make for some definite late 60's gangster chic. Mesrine eat your heart out sort of stuff.
visit: miami pop-up
Come cash your chips in during Art Basel in Miami at our pop up store.
Make an appointment to go see our Master Barber in our Miami pop-up and the treatment is on us. Just tip him a princely sum commensurate with his skills.
Or come by for a bespoke wardrobe appointment.
Before you whoop it up with the Quinn Rosé flowing at the 1 Hotel on South Beach, The Standard Spa, MCK, and other fine Miami venues.
A thirty-something portrait painter in Tokyo is abandoned by his wife and finds himself holed up in the mountain home of a famous artist, Tomohiko Amada.
One of our favourite authors turns in another tour de force chronicling love and loneliness, war and art, and an homage to another favourite - The Great Gatsby.
The perfect beach read.
It's almost impossible for us enter the week of Art Basel in Miami without a nod to one of her most renowned sons - Antonio Montana.
We're sure you've all seen it before. Five hundred times. But there's always time for one more go around.
Just remember to not get high on your own supply.
cocktail: the last word
Its Miami time. So its Mojito time. The oldest-known recipe for the mojito appeared as the Mojo de Ron in a 1929 Cuban guide called Libro de Cocktail (The Cocktail Book).
8 mint leaves, plus 1 mint sprig for garnish
2 ounces white rum
3/4 ounce fresh lime juice
1 ounce Simple Syrup
1/2 ounce chilled club soda
In a cocktail shaker, muddle the mint leaves. Add ice and the rum, lime juice and Simple Syrup and shake well. Strain into an ice-filled collins glass, stir in the club soda and garnish with the mint sprig.