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Ruffling the old guard’s feathers

Changes are afoot in Savile Row, that most established corner of fashionable London, with the rise of a new wave of menswear mavericks.

  • The land of luxury


    Age-old italian brand loro piana is an exclusive club in which luxury, above all else, is what matters, as Josh Sims finds

  • 68 shades of white


    Some say he’s a stylist rather than a designer. What cannot be denied, though, is that Ralph Lauren has transformed fashion.

  • The menswear maestro


    The remarkable journey of Kim Jones has taken him out of Africa and into the heart of French fashion dynasty Louis Vuitton, writes Josh Sims.

  • Queen of the Ritzy


    The name Vivienne Westwood will always create a reaction – but ultimately one of awe, writes Josh Sims.

  • Brand awareness


    We may not have just conquered the Eiger but we want to appear as if we have – while still looking good on the train, as Josh Sims reports.

  • Inside outfitter


    Like the star footballer he once wanted to be, William Hunt is making his presence felt in the public arena with an eye for styling that engages and excites.

  • Brogue trader


    So, you wear your shoes in a boggy field then poke holes in the top to help them dry? This way your feet will also stay cool. Oh, yeah? The brogue is back big-style says Josh Sims.

  • Sweeney shod


    ‘Proper’ footwear doesn’t have to be dull, brown and boring – it can also be ‘quirky with a twist’ as Chris Porter discovers on easing himself into a pair of Oliver Sweeney shoes.

  • Style is the new driver


    Nick Faldo’s diamond sweaters have given way to infinitely more elegant and practical golfwear, as Josh Sims reports.

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