The button is a wonderful thing: ancient in design, pleasing to the touch and eminently collectable. In this episode, we visit Ms Margaret Howell in London and Auralee in Japan to have a rummage through their collections.
One of the most trend-sensitive details out there, the collar has nonetheless sustained its eminence well into the modern age, both in the hands of traditional collar makers such as Mr Matthew Barker of Barker Collars in Somerset, and, as Mr Th
Not just a good way to keep a jacket on, but a symbol of anarchy, rebellion and eroticism. In this episode, we discover why the zip has a special pull for Balmain's creative director Mr Olivier Rousteing, and explore the next frontier in zip te
Pleats, please? Whether you're broad chested or rake thin, it's pleats and darts that will ensure you look your best. In this episode, we explore their technical merits at Huntsman in Savile Row and drop in for an appointment with Mr Luca Rubin
It's what holds your clothes together, but stitching is so much more than that. In this episode, we explore the Japanese art of Sachiko stitching with Tokyo-based designer and boro collector Mr Gaku Tsuyoshi and quiz Ms Emily Bode about how she
In episode two, Saman Amel and Dag Granath of Atelier Saman Amel discuss their minimalist and inviting approach to tailoring, creating color palettes from their local landscape and how they have interpreted classic menswear for the modern gentl
In episode one, two of America's leading denim experts dive deep into the blue stuff. Featuring Michael Williams founder of A Continuous Lean, and Eric Goldstein founder of Jean Shop. We discuss the origins of denim, how the industries have evo
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