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  1. Interview with Zachary Deluca from Newton Street Vintage

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    February 27, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    ”I’m 29 and my main gig is Newton Street Vintage, where I sell vintage menswear that I like. Mostly tailored …
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  2. Captain Hogspear and the sport of kings

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    February 25, 2014 by Ville Raivio


  3. The first men’s runway show ever by Brioni in 1952

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    February 24, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    Brioni made history in 1952 by holding the first ever runway show for men’s clothing in Palazzo Pitti’s Sala Bianca. …
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  4. The Tailor of Panama

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    February 23, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    “A suit from me, Mickie, it’s not a drunken scream. It’s line, it’s form, it’s rock of eye, it’s silhouette. …
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  5. Anatomy and review of Hilditch&Key shirts

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    February 23, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    Hilditch&Key has been making very British shirts since 1899, and represents the old guard of Jermyn Street. They offer 10 …
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  6. Interview with Hiro Yanagimachi

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    February 23, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    VR: Your age and occupation? HY: I am 49 years old and a bespoke shoemaker. VR: Your educational background? HY: …
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  7. No logo

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    February 22, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    “And it came to pass that a man who sold shirts was smitten by hard times. Neither did any of …
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  8. Men’s 1930s Style: Elegance in an Age of Crisis

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    February 19, 2014 by Ville Raivio


  9. Nikolaus Tuczek

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    February 19, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    Nikolaus Tuczek was a renowned shoemaker whose name pops up occasionally on menswear sites and forum discussions. Despite his masterful …
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  10. Adolphe Menjou’s style wisdom

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    February 18, 2014 by Ville Raivio

    “My father was something of a dude and he tought me to dress to the limit of my pocketbook. He …
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