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Introducing Arterton

Arterton have rapidly achieved a reputation for supplying the finest hangers, garment bags, shoe care and wardrobe care products to an international clientele.

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British Motor Yacht Show 2024

Registration is now open for the annual British Motor Yacht Show, set to grace Premier Marina's Swanwick Marina in Hampshire from Thursday 16th May to Sunday 19th May 2024.

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Aston Martin DB5 Junior

  From Goldfinger to No Time To Die, Bond has never been far from his Aston Martin DB5. This car has arguably been part of...

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The Goldfinger Suit

  For bespoke tailoring brand Anthony Sinclair, the release of the 25th James Bond film “No Time To Die” marks the countdown to the 60th...

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Ed Scarlett: Inventor of the Spectacle Frame

The introduction of the eyeglass is commonly associated with the Venetians, who created convex magnifying lenses in their famed Murano glassworks in the late 13th...

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The Full Monty: The Story of Sir Montague Burton

  Sir Montagu Maurice Burton was born Meshe David Osinsky in Lithuania in 1885. He travelled alone to England in 1900 to escape the Russian...

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The Rolex 'Paul Newman' Cosmograph Daytona

The choice of brand and model with which to create our first wristwatch story was not a difficult decision, nor was the choice of writer...

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Brexton Returns

British automotive luggage brand Brexton has relaunched with a five-piece suitcase set, tailored to fit David Gandy's 1964 Porsche 356C.     Brexton was founded...

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The Rake Interviews David Mason

The Rake magazine recently visited us at 34 Montagu Square and here's what the journalist Aleksander Cvetkovic had to say in his article in the...

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The Beatles "Radford" Minis

On the 26th October, 1965, Queen Elizabeth II presented each of the four Beatles with an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the...

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Pope & Bradley - As Worn in London

The New Mayfair Edwardians (photo Norman Parkinson) Nothing could epitomise the image of the English City Gent more than "The New Mayfair Edwardians" photoshoot by...

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Radford Returns

If, in the mid-1960s, James Bond had decided to settle down with a wife, two children and a dog, he may have felt obliged to...

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Matthew Field: The World's Leading Authority on The Italian Job.

  If you haven't yet seen our latest video on The Italian Job, it's a worthwhile watch before you settle into this interview with the...

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Mason & Sons Presents: Their Italian Job

Matthew Field, the world's leading authority on The Italian Job, visits Mason & Sons to discuss Michael Caine's wardrobe from the most stylish British film...

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Mr Fish: Making a Splash in The Italian Job

  The Italian Job was filmed in 1969, long before product placement and brand sponsorship became the industry it is today, but somehow, Michael Caine’s...

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Bonds of Friendship

  To celebrate the opening of our new home in Houston, we explore the special relationship between James Bond and his Texan friend, Felix Leiter,...

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A Peculiar Fish

With a reputation for swimming against the tide, Mr Fish did far more than change the sartorial rule book – he tore it up.  ...

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Bond Will Be Back - in a DBS

As we patiently await the release of the upcoming James Bond film, No Time To Die (currently scheduled for release on 30th September 2021), we...

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Birth of the Cool: Suckers for Seersucker

  Miles Davis knew the secret of staying on track when things got hot, dressing in both linen and the coolest of cotton cloth, seersucker....

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Worth their salt: The men who made Alpaca

  Motoluxe introduced Mason & Sons to the beauty of alpaca fabric 180 years after its original commercial development by British industrialist, Sir Titus Salt....

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Mad dogs and Englishmen

  Sociable, loyal, courageous, fun-loving, full of spirit, and sometimes slightly bonkers, English Bull Terriers have always been part of Mason & Sons family life....

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Aston Martin DBR1 Recreation

Photo credit: Paul Melbert Price: From £115,000.00 | Location: Norfolk Click here to contact vendor. When a certain secret agent picked up the keys to...

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Test drive: Motoluxe summer sport coats

  In the early 1900s, winter motorists wore Motoluxe Alpaca "Teddy Bear" coats to keep warm - turning to cotton and linen during the summer...

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The Jaguar XK Series

Jaguar's XK range combined innovative engineering and beautiful design to create some of the most iconic sports cars of the 1950’s. After World War II,...

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Sir Thomas Sean Connery (25.08.1930-31.10.2020)

  My hero has gone. I was eight years of age when I first saw him on screen, and I remember the moment as if...

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The Prettiest Car

  For classic car junkies, The Italian Job is undeniably a film that fuels the addiction. From the opening scene featuring the brilliant "Aranico" Lamborghini...

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Forging historical links with original Bond style

Sean Connery’s introduction as 007 in “Dr. No” is one of the most memorable in cinematic history - instantly defining the character's sense of style....

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Saint or sinner: the Volvo P1800

  I was advised against buying a Volvo P1800 (popularised by Roger Moore in The Saint) having been told, “They rust - from the inside...

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Do it your way: How to accessorise a suit

  Pocket squares are not everybody’s cup of tea, but when chosen wisely, and folded correctly, they're the perfect enhancement to a tailored outfit. Whilst...

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Chad McQueen Interview

The son of the King of Cool discusses things we like most, from sports cars and style to James Bond and his famous father. The...

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How to look like 007... At the age of 77

As George Lazenby, the former 007, turns 77, we cast an eye back over Anthony Sinclair’s enduring relationship with the one time James Bond.  ...

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Motoluxe: How to dress fast

The early pioneers of speed records, not only risked their necks… they usually had neat collars and ties placed around them at the time. These...

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