Tag Archives: UK

Boat Races at Oxford, 1958

This past weekend the 157th Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race took place on the Thames, continuing the universities’ storied sporting tradition. Although nowadays the sculls are made of fiberglass and the clothes of Coolmax, in essence the event is largely … Continue reading

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The Michael Caine Guide to Style, Part I

The proper accessory for a trench coat is not an umbrella; it’s a revolver. (Happy birthday, Sir Michael)

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James Bond – British Military Rolex Redux

London-based Rolex customizer Project X has come out with a new limited edition series of designs in homage to the original James Bond Submariner as worn by Sean Connery and the British SBS (Special Boat Service), an elite commando unit … Continue reading

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Nick Cave’s Tailor

T Magazine Nick Cave just showed T Magazine’s readers how to wear a slim-cut suit; eschewing their stylists he sported his own bespoke number from London’s Chris Kerr. If you’ve never heard of Kerr, now’s the time to get acquainted. … Continue reading

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The Art of the Scarf, Part I

Sir Alec Guinness sports a woolen number with a collegiate feel.

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The Kids Are Alright

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