Bow ties exude confidence and style. By marrying sophistication, playfulness and panache, they can help you achieve a singular look and make a sartorial statement.
We take a look at six British style icons, rakish individuals who we look up to again and again for sartorial inspiration. It is their style but also their demeanour that fascinates, and how through the combination of both they managed to make a lasting impact on the menswear industry.
“There is not much fun in always buying plain socks” said Hardy Amies.
Here's our guide to the many secrets of the most talked-about and prominent item in every discerning gentleman’s wardrobe: the colourful sock.
By bringing a fresh modern twist to men's tailoring and offering quality, affordable off-the shelf suits, Sir Hardy Amies almost single-handedly democratised menswear and, to this day, his progressive thinking is regarded as pivotal to the great revival of men’s tailoring. [includes 16 style tips]
Pocket squares ooze sartorial elegance and flair like no other accessory. The elegance and beauty of the pocket square lies in its effortless style and its power to boost the wearer's confidence.