Love that tie.
Love that tie.
Camile B is a belle! Would jumble my words..
Sciamat trad db
What Patrick is wearing below reminds me of a Borrelli coat I own in navy moleskin. What I love about both are the big lapels and the militaristic heritage that is so easily identifiable in both pieces. I just wish I could find more of the same.
Awesome pair of bespoke suede loafers in the process. Click through for more images.
These jackets just keep popping up everywhere …
… with the editor of one magazine that I really enjoy, The Rake’s Christian Barker, on the right.
Esquire’s Nick Sullivan on the left.
Have come across L.B.M. 1911 just prior to Pitti this year, with it really gaining much exposure during the actual trade show. The variety of sports coats is amazing and I hear they are quite affordable too. All I have to do now is track down an online retailer.
L.B.M. 1911 | SS12
Style Sage interviews the a couple of the people behind renowned shoe maker Edward Green to get their thoughts on the their favourite pieces and what the brand has in store for us in the future.
It all started in a small factory in Northampton during the era of 1890. This is where Edward Green created a business producing hand-crafted shoes for the local gentlemen. He developed a reputation as one of the finest shoemakers in England. Now skip forward a few decades and the brand is still making hand-made shoes, using the finest quality leathers and very similar techniques. Lucky enough here at Sage we had a chance to talk to the gents at Edward Green about the past, present and future of Northamptons finest shoemaker, as well as their personal favorites…
Via Style Sage.
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