Sleek and refined cufflinks manufactured
using British industrial engineering methods.
The suave and sophisticated urban dweller.
Handmade bow ties. Beautiful herringbone flannel and Harris tweeds. Impeccable finish.
The understated attention-seeker; the refined mixologist.
Handmade leather belts, inspired by architecture.
Freehand illustrations turned pocket squares and ties.
Inspired by the British countryside.
For those who seek a strong statement accessory.
Addictive scented candles inspired by travel.
The travellers; stocking fillers; adorning the Christmas table.
Wearable art in a pocket.
The sartorialist; the party hoster.
High quality bean-bar chocolate made in East London.
The foodies; stocking fillers for all; secret Santas.
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Be in your dad's good books by helping him to look and feel his best yet with style that empowers. Father's Day gifts, sorted.
Celebrate emerging talent and creativity, and support quality and local craftsmanship with our edit of the best gifts for Father's Day.
Sir Hardy Amies revolutionised menswear and made it more accessible than ever before in the 1950s. By bringing a fresh modern twist to men's tailoring and offering quality, affordable off-the shelf suits, he almost single-handedly democratised menswear and, and to this day, his progressive thinking is regarded as pivotal to the great revival of men’s tailoring.
Read 16 style tips, extract from Amies' ABC of Men's Fashion.