Saturday, 22 December 2012


Rummaging through the suppliers' dusty warehouse can sometimes unearth wonderful treasures. Our moment of serendipity came when we chanced upon a whole bundle of Italian lightweight hopsack cloth.

Shades of ochre, olive, bronze, wheat and French-blue with faint, overlaying windowpane. Stocks are extremely limited. Some with only enough yardage for just one very dapper sportsjacket.

Blink, and it'll be gone.

Wednesday, 19 December 2012


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Friday, 7 December 2012

Buttoned Up

When they say that 'the devil is in the details', they don't mean gaudy floral inlays or fancy-colored buttonholes. That 'devil' should be something very quiet and inconspicuous, something that most people will not even notice at first look; something of exquisite quality that distinguishes you from the next dude with exactly the same suit... but not quite.

We strongly believe that using superior buttons on a suit elevates the whole look and provides a fine finishing touch. We have no qualms on blowing a couple thousand dollars annually on quality horn, corozo and smoked mother-of-pearl buttons. When you pay a 4-figure sum for a suit, it is a crime to be given plastic buttons.

In the meantime, stay classy :)