Woman Crush Wednesday and it’s hashtag #WCW has been revitalised by Mayfair-based PR agency JPR Media Group, run by Jessica Patterson with a philosophy to make Woman Crush Wednesday a celebration of successful and inspirational women from the worlds of business, fashion, entertainment, and media, and to honour their contribution to society and to the empowerment of women.
With 450 years of combined tailoring expertise, it comes as no surprise that anything made by Gieves and Hawkes is created with military precision. The company’s flagship home in the oldest Georgian building in London’s most stylish street, is a fitting personification of this heritage brand: it is quintessentially English – and this is not something that money can usually buy.
Mention Moss Bros and you’d be forgiven for automatically thinking of the word “hire”. Certainly, this is the association most of us are likely to make, and it’s hardly surprising considering the company formally began its hire service more than a hundred and seventeen years ago.
Online personal stylist services that also provide a shopping experience are starting up all over the place, so does Thread.com have what it takes to compete with the very best? For those who [ … ]
Long term readers will know I keep a very dark secret. For the past couple of years I have been tuning into Aaron Marino’s YouTube channel for a splash of [ … ]
I have a passion for quality leather shoes, but when I want expert advice, I look at Justin FitzPatrick’s blog The Shoe Snob. For those of you who frequent Savile Row, you will have seen his professional shoe shine stand in the prestigious London tailors Gieves & Hawkes. In this article you will get a great introduction to Justin and get inside information from The Shoe Snob in the form of an exclusive interview.