Linkroll: Vans, Lewis & Taylor, Epaulet…

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• The enduring appeal of vans slip-ons. (wax-wane.com)

• Review: Lewis & Taylor online MTM shirting. (brokeandbespoke.tumblr.com)

• Interview with Michael Kuhle from Epaulet. (keikari.com)

• How to wear separate jackets and trousers. (permanentstyle.co.uk)

• Interview with Greg Lellouche from No Man Walks Alone. (styleforum.net)

• British brollier – James Smith & Sons 1830. (thetweedpig.com)

• The beauty of Gaziano & Girling. (thefineyounggentleman.com)

• Don’t confuse legend and reality. (anaffordablewardrobe.blogspot.com)

• The art of a tie: Passagio Cravatte. (thetrad.blogspot.com)

• Alternatives to J. Press’ Shaggy Dogs sweater. (putthison.com)

• Six and one-eighth: The natural shoulder’s golden ratio. (ivy-style.com)

• The forgotten best dressed. (linleywild.com)

• Vintage Ghurka bags. (dieworkwear.com)

• The Leather Shop cases and bags. (thehouseofmajd.com)

• Santoni’s skeleton stitch. (therakeonline.com)

• There’s no right or wrong to dimpling a tie. (thesuitsofjamesbond.com)

• The Royal dress shirt: Turnbull & Asser. (wwd.com)

 


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Comments

  1. ANON says:

    “The enduring appeal of vans slip-ons”! Take a long hard look at yourself whoever is editing this (unless these “linkroll” pieces are done by a bot that pulls links)….