Bespoke – The Men’s Style of Savile Row – New Book
James Sherwood, the curator of the Savile Row exhibition, The London Cut, who is also well known as BBC’s fashion observer at Royal Ascot, has written another book. Titled Bespoke – The Men’s Style of Savile Row, Sherwood portraits 26 Savile Row bespoke tailors ranging from well-renowned tailoring houses like Henry Poole and Anderson & Sheppard, to more recent establishments like Ozwald Boateng.
Title: Bespoke – The Men’s Style of Savile Row
Author: James Sherwood, Foreword by Tom Ford
Publication Date: October 26, 2010
James Sherwood’s homepage can be reached at www.james-sherwood.com
New Blog – The Naked Ape Gets Dressed
Nicholas J. Storey, author of the book History of Men’s Fashion – What the well dressed man is wearing, just recently started his own blog. Residing in Brazil, he writes about all the good things in life, ranging from cars, cigars, rifles, slippers and suits, while he also likes to portrait people and buildings.
Since the first post about two weeks ago, Mr. Storey has already written more than 50 posts!
So, go to The Naked Ape Gets Dressed and enjoy!
New Blog – Rubinacci
Also, just recently, the tailoring house, Rubinacci, updated its homepage, adding a blog to their presence which is called Rubinacci Club. Maintained by Luca Rubinacci, you can find some pictures of Rubinacci suits and silhouettes, as well as news & updates about their products on this blog: Rubinacci Club
New Blog – Luciano Barbera Blog
The famous weaver, Luciano Barbera, provides some illustrated insights to his family business, as well as his views about clothes, and tells some stories on his new blog, which more or less revolve around clothing. So far, there are just a few posts, but I hope he will post continuously so we all can enjoy his wealth of knowledge.
Matthew Farnes – The Savile Row Artisan
After having worked numerous years for Huntsman, as well as the London Legal Dress authority, Ede & Ravenscroft, Matthew Farnes decided to start his own tailoring business in Sackville Street, London last year.
He also started a blog where he regularly shows pictures of his work, provides style advice and simply reports about a tailor’s everyday life.
You can find Mr. Farnes blog at thesavilerowartisan.com
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