Ma Dang Rd. Shanghai, 2013/05/10 via royonthestreet
( via cc-coccinella )
a beautiful, lightweight, unlined jacket, made by Rubinacci/Attolini in the middle 1930’s. I love the belted back and pleated skirt with buttoning vent, an unusual detail I haven’t seen before.
( via the Cutter & Tailor Forums thread on Neapolitan tailoring )
JJ Minnis Fresco II in a pale blue tinged grey, perfect for some summer odd-trousers or maybe a quarter lined suit.
( Takahiro Kinoshita via The Sartorialist )
Enjoying a picnic lunch at the Herne Hill Velodrome last Sunday, watching the excellent and entertaining track cycling and window shopping all of the lovely bikes and accessories in the jumble/market.
( my sister thinks I look French here? )
photo by my friend Alison
Outside the tailors Graham Browne, visiting as a spare pair of eyes for someone else’s fitting. It’s sometimes usefull to have someone with you at a fitting to cast an extra opinion or just to bounce your own ideas off of, I hope I was of some help.
The rain, in
Spain Bristol, falls mainly on inside ( & under the roof of ) the plains Temple Meads rail station!
After an altogether too brief visit to see one of my younger brothers & his wife in Cardiff, Wales. I caught the slow train to Bristol in the south west of England, near where I grew up. I was greeted with an immense down pour of torrential rain, most of which was inside the station!
Lord Kitchener - London is the Place for Me
( via my tailors facebook stream )
( via thepuertoricansocialclub )