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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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Well Hung: The Ups and Downs of Trouser Braces

Not all men are married to the idea of wearing braces to support their trousers, but an increasingly large number are now getting hitched.  ...

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Magnificent Seven: The original DB Astons

In 1946, a newspaper advertisement offered a “High Class Motor Business” for sale. On enquiring, David Brown discovered that the company was Aston Martin. Brown...

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Carl Magazine Interview

The international journal championing authentic luxury, culture, fashion, travel, arts and design, features David Mason on the cover of the first British print edition.  ...

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Bond’s battle with the Beatles

October 5th, 1962 is arguably the most important date in the history of British popular culture. It marks the birth of two extraordinary phenomena... Beatles...

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Shaken and stirred: How to mix a Martini

A recent article published in the New Scientist suggests that the perfect martini should be “stirred, not shaken” with a thin piece of wood rather...

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The past guides the road ahead

  We are passionate about the heritage and histories of our brands and products, but are not the only British company to value such legacy....

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The birth of the Conduit Cut

During the 1950s, Anthony Sinclair established a bespoke tailoring business in London’s Mayfair district, an area renowned for exclusive shops, hotels, clubs and restaurants. Although...

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Recreating a masterpiece part 007: The Show

The journey that followed twelve weeks of tailoring, several months of planning, fifty years of business development and two centuries of Savile Row history, drew...

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Recreating a Masterpiece part 006: The Make

Savile Row and its Mayfair environs have been synonymous with style, quality and taste for over two centuries, led primarily by the bespoke tailors of...

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Recreating a masterpiece part 005: The Cut

  Former Sinclair apprentice Richard W Paine was the man charged with the job of cutting the patterns for the recreation of Connery’s original suits....

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Recreating a masterpiece part 004: The Measure

Following the release of “You Only Live Twice” in 1967, Sean Connery insisted that he had no intention of renewing his license to kill, and...

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Recreating a masterpiece part 003: Goldfinger

In addition to the reproduction of the midnight-blue evening suit worn by Sean Connery in Dr. No, Anthony Sinclair was commissioned to remake another piece...

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Recreating a masterpiece part 002: The Design

  James Bond’s opening scene in Dr. No (1962) was arguably the most important of any in the 50 year history of the film series....

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Recreating a masterpiece part 001: The Cloth

To help celebrate the Golden Anniversary of the Bond films in 2012, London’s Barbican Museum planned to host a new exhibition entitled, “Designing 007: Fifty...

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