Hom my God !

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Pocket Squares -
Some
variations

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Here are a few gorgeous variations on an often underused, and even more often poorly worn accessory. The pocket square is indeed the potentially perfect accessory to tastefully “finish” a suit. If you can coordinate and […]

Hugo’s Recommendations
2009 Part 1: Shirts

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For a few years now, the world of shirts has been rapidly shifting. After a long status quo, with no progress in terms style, cuts or materials, we have recently started to see an explosion of – more or less fortunate- creativity […]

PG Exclusive: three new Cifonelli jackets

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The new Corthay

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On being a tailor, by Robertsam (1949)

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On our last visit at Cifonelli’s, Lorenzo Cifonelli, much to our delight, unearthed a few ancient books, including some books on cutting methods dating back to the late 40s. One of them, Les Grandes Pièces (“The Great Cuts”) was written by a man named Robertsam (who penned several technical books for artisan tailors) and ends with a […]

A semantic tragedy:
“Bespoke” used as
a catch-all word !

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As you probably noticed, our so precious word “Bespoke” is nowadays abused by marketers of all sorts, and this is truly tragic. Today in Europe and in the USA, it is a word used indiscriminately used to sell everything from olive oil to bed sheets… Unfortunately this is far from being a recent phenomenon. Mass communication is a […]

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