In an age of boredom with the classically-tailored suit, I’m sticking with the old school.
It’s a good bet that a lot of American men get their cues about wearing suits from television. Unfortunately, most TV personalities wear their suits poorly, spreading bad information to the masses.
The subtle feature sewn into the inside-rear hem of my pants is completely invisible from the outside. Whatever this feature is called, I like it.
Of all the tailoring stories I’ve ever heard or read, Mr. Greenfield’s is probably my favorite.
Sage sartorial advice from the first woman to open her own eponymous bespoke tailoring shop on Savile Row.
More than anything else in menswear, a well-tailored suit elevates every man to his most dignified form.